John E. Kleber, historian and editor of The Encyclopedia of Louisville, talks about the four-year project, the demand for information in the Internet age, and watershed moments in the city’s history. He also talks about The Kentucky Encyclopedia published in 1992 and the impact of historian Thomas D. Clark on his life and career. Interview conducted by Candyce Clifft.
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