Camp Zachary Taylor was Louisville’s World War I military encampment. Opened in 1917 and built in less than 90 days, it was the largest of its kind in the nation. Today remnants of the base can be found in homes built from the wood and concrete of its barracks and stables. These homes form the Camp Taylor neighborhood, annexed by the City of Louisville in 1950.
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