Luckett and Farley is the oldest architecture firm in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and tied with another firm as being the oldest in the United States. Yes, Luckett and Farley and "another firm" both started in the same year: 1853. Our existence today is certainly not by accident.
Which got me thinking: you could be driving down Main, Market, or Broadway and pass right by a Henry Whitestone or D.X. Murphy & Bro building and not even know it. Herein lies the irony of our work: buildings stand for generations while the hands that built it pass on. So I did some digging and came up with this map outlining the locations of their work in the 19th and early 20th centuries, for your nostalgic enjoyment.
Mapping Luckett & Farley's Louisville Legacy
It's a work in progress and I will be adding more information as it's discovered. If you have any additions, changes, feel free to contact me. Otherwise, enjoy!
View Buildings Designed by Henry Whitestone or D.X. Murphy in a larger map
A timeline of Luckett & Farley's Architectural History in Louisville, Kentucky