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Iroquois, Louisville

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Iroquois, Louisville

Iroquois is a neighborhood on the south side of Louisville, Kentucky, USA. It is split into two parts by Beechmont. The neighborhood is roughly bounded by Hazelwood Avenue, Beechmont, Third Street, Kenwood Drive, and Iroquois Park. The largely residential neighborhood was developed as a suburb after World War II and into the 1950s. Located near the Louisville International Airport, residents have frequently complained of noise and challenged airport expansion.


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  • Street map of Iroquois neighborhood
  • Images of Iroquois (Louisville, Ky.) in the University of Louisville Libraries Digital Collections

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