History of the Parkland Neighborhood

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Bud Hillerich (John Andrew Hillerich) sitting at desk with flowers, papers, and a baseball on his desk.

Five boxes with the words “Louisville Sluggers” present on the front. Behind the boxes is a shelf full of wooden baseball bats. One man stands to the side examining a baseball bat.

Address at 430 Finzer Ave. The brick building with the sign “Hillerich and Bradsby Co., Home of the Louisville Slugger Bat” attached. In front of the building is a street with a car and Sears truck parked. Power lines and a one way street sign can…

Address: 129-133 River Road, Louisville, Kentucky. Sand is heaped in piles at the Ohio River Sand Company along the Ohio River. Industrial equipment, buildings and utility lines mark the property. A fuel company boat is docked along the river and…

The brick wall at the entrance with the words “Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory” in brass letter on the wall. Bare vines surround the words and off to the left a hint of the giant bat can be seen. Address of location is 800 W. Main Street in…
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