Stratton Hammon (1904-1997), a Louisville-born architect, studied art and mechanical drawing at Du Pont Manual High School and designed his first house at age 16. He went on to become one of the most popular architects of the 20th century, featured in magazines such as Good Housekeeping. Today his homes are sprinkled like jewels in neighborhoods throughout his hometown.
In this Louisville Life profile, we interview Winfrey Blackburn, one of the authors of Kentucky Homes of Stratton Hammon, published by Butler Books.
- Program 207
- Meet Louisvillian Terry Boyd, an embedded reporter who was sent on assignment to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kosovo; a retrospective of the work of Stratton Hammon, one of Kentucky's most famous architects; a visit with retired broadcaster Liz Everman; and the facts about Mary Anderson, a late 19th century actress who grew up in Louisville. (#207)