It’s an organization that has been in Louisville more than 30 years but has largely gone unnoticed.
On Friday, the National Society, Sons of the American Revolution took a step to raise its public profile as it held a ceremony to mark the start of a fund-raising effort for what will become a new museum at 807 and 809 W. Main St.
Earlier this year, Business First spoke to Don Shaw, executive director of the NSSAR, about his role with the organization and its planned move to Museum Row.
Lindsey Brock, president general of the NSSAR, said that when the organization decided to locate in Louisville in 1979, it was because the city was the most central location for its membership in the United States. [More]