Last Updated:    July 29, 2006      New page.
Date Constructed: 1936
Address: 18th & Howard Streets - one block south of Broadway
Current Building Name: Brown-Forman Warehouse 'A'
Earlier Building Names: None.
Architect: Joseph & Joseph
Builder: Unknown at this time
Current Status: In use.
Designation (if applicable): National Register of Historic Places
Brown-Forman Warehouse 'A' is located at the intersection of 18th & Howard streets, according to the National Register of Historic Places.
Two problems may occur if you try and locate this intersection:
1) 18th Street south of Broadway is now known as Dixie Highway, and
2) Howard Street is no longer marked with a street sign, and is instead a secured road off Dixie where the Brown-Forman guardhouse is located.
You do, however, pass right next to Warehouse 'A' as you drive down Dixie south of Broadway. It's the unmistakable building with the water tower shaped like an 'Old Forester' bottle mounted on it's roof. Also, Breckinridge Street dead-ends into Dixie right at the side of Warehouse 'A' a little south of Howard St.
More research to come.