Old Louisville Guide
is proud to be the hosting Internet server for the these fine web sites and
Louisville Bed and Breakfast Association A combined site for all the
member Bed and Breakfast Inns of the Louisville Bed and Breakfast
Association, including inns across the river in Southern Indiana.
, http://www.lbba.net , http://www.louisvilleinns.com
(Since June 2000)
South Fourth Street Association On-line pages of one of Old
Louisville's Neighborhood Associations. See what neighbors can do
(since April, 2001)
Horse Manor Bed and Breakfast A Richardsonian Romanesque mansion built
in 1888, combines old world charm with modern amenities
(since September 2000)
Gallery House Bed and Breakfast Art is a priority at Gallery
House, and so is providing guests delightful accommodations and delicious
(since February 2000)
Samuel Culbertson Mansion Bed and Breakfast, in the palatial Third
Street mansion of one of Old Louisville's most influential 19th Century
tycoons, and a president of Churchill Downs, as well as the "Two Little
Knights of Kentucky". One of Old Louisville's most historic and best
(since April 1998)
Annie Fellows Johnston and the
Little Colonel's Web Site brought to you by the Culbertson Mansion
folks. Find out about the real people and places used to spin the
popular late 19th/early 20th century tales of life in Old Kentucky.
Read the Little Colonel books on line, and find out about the Old Louisville
(since November 1998)
(Since June 2001)
Includes a growing on-line catalog of reproduction replacement parts and
hard to find prisms and bobesches for
your antique light fixtures.
(since May 1998)
(since March 2001)
House Suites Fully furnished suites for longer stays of in Old
Louisville at your home away from home.
(since September 1999)
Integrity and Old-Fashioned Service"
Louisville Residents' Personal Home Pages:
Largest Bird House in Old Louisville Personal Home Page of one of our
Old Louisville neighbors, who is an avid collector of exotic finches, exotic
Japanese Koi and orchids.
(since March 1999)
(since June 2001)
Whittles John, Mary, Beth & Sophie, from Second Street.
(since December 1999)
about Old Louisville, but . . .
am Main, The Golden Book This has to be one of the world's largest
personal web sites. An Old Louisville resident collaborating with a
friend in Frankfurt, Germany, have put up and jointly maintain this
electronic picture book of vintage photographs and paintings that document
the medieval Altstadt (Old Town) of Frankfurt before and just after its
destruction in World War II.
(since February, 1999)
Travel to war-time Germany.
Learn about the true story of a young lady dealing with her country during
horrible war, and learn about the book "Friedl"
Ray Photography Don
doesn't live in Old Louisville, but has helped
tremendously in the research for this site. He has been rewarded with
a place on our server. His Hooters'
Page is the busiest on our network.