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Road Map To Heaven: Photographs by Linda Bruckheimer at Frazier History Museum in Louisville, Kentucky

January 22 – April 14, 2019

The advent of interstates in the 1920’s revolutionized life in the United States, shattering barriers and strengthening ties. Highways like Route 66, which runs from the shores of Lake Michigan to the Santa Monica Pier, signaled the dawn of a new era in which millions could travel great distances with ease or move far away and start life anew. And a slew of odd little shops, motels and roadside attractions emerged in the hundreds of tiny towns situated along these superhighways.

In her new solo exhibition entitled Road Map to Heaven, acclaimed photographer and native Kentuckian Linda Bruckheimer explores the federal highway system and its enduring legacy in American life. Featuring photographs of sites from Michigan to California, Arizona to Georgia, and a dozen states in between, Road Map to Heaven pays homage to the journey Linda’s family took in the 1950’s when relocating from Louisville to the Golden State — an experience that fueled her lifelong passion for road trips.

For more information visit the Frazier History Museum website:

An Old Kentucky Garden Party Invitation

Join Us at An Old Kentucky Garden Party 2018

THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH, 2018 FROM 5:30PM – 8:00PM

Join us for our 3rd annual Old Kentucky Garden Party on Thursday, April 26, 2018, from 5:30pm – 8:30pm eastern time at the beautiful, historic 1795 Federal Hill Farm in My Old Kentucky Home State Park.

This quintessential Kentucky soiree is the perfect setting for a Derbytime get-together and kickoff for the national Preservation Month annual observance in May!


  • Southern hors d’oeuvres, mint juleps and Kentucky spirits
  • Live auction with antiques and hospitality items
  • Music by Julia Purcell and Cheyenne Mize of Maiden Radio, also featuring musicians from the Louisville Folk School
  • “All Over the Map: An American Road Trip”, photography exhibit by Linda Bruckheimer
  • Guided tours of historic Federal Hill
  • Book signing with Susan Reigler, Kentucky author and past President of Bourbon Women
  • A percentage of proceeds from the sale of all items will be donated to the event


*$80 per person net proceeds benefit Preservation Kentucky, Kentucky State Parks Foundation equally.

*Attire is garden party chic

*Questions – call 502-871-4570 or email

*For information on how to pay by check, please call our office at 502-871-4570

Honorary Chairs

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bruckheimer

Host Committee

Mr. Jon Carloftis, Mr. Dale Fisher, Ms. Susan Reigler, Ms. Mo McKnight Howe, Mr. Rob Samuels, Ms. Rachel Dickey, Mr. Nicky Rapier and Mr. Sam Devine


Nettie Jarvis Antiques, The Old Sugar Valley Country Store, Barton 1792 Distillery, Maker’s Mark Distillery, Smith Brothers Distributing, Wilson Nurseries, Salt River Electric

Preservation Kentucky
Kentucky State Parks Foundation
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