A Discussion on Lost Lexington

Please join Lost Lexington author Peter Brackney on Tuesday, May 12 at 7:00 p.m. at the Beaumont Branch of the Lexington Public Library. He’ll be discussing the book and some of the back stories from Lexington’s places that have been lost to history.

Lexington has dozens of well-restored landmarks, but so many more are lost forever. The Hart-Bradford House has been described as “one of Lexington’s oldest, most historic landmarks.” The famous Phoenix Hotel, long a stop for weary travelers and politicians alike, has risen from its own ashes numerous times over the past centuries. The works of renowned architect John McMurtry were once numerous around town, but some of the finest examples are gone. The Centrepointe block has been made and unmade so many times that its original tenants are unknown to natives now.

Registration is recommended, but not required. You can also indicate your attendance on Facebook which I’d really appreciate!

For more about Lost Lexington, click here.

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