Nominated for: BEST Museum
The Morris-Butler House stands in a neighborhood known as the Old Northside, bounded by Pennsylvania Street, College Avenue, 16th Street, and I-65. Seeking an escape from the crowds and grime of downtown, many of the city’s well-to-do built large, expensive houses on the expansive lots that lined Meridian Street—the most fashionable street in the city. Those who could not afford a lot on Meridian Street bought lots on nearby streets, causing a residential expansion east into what is now the Old Northside, along Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Alabama Streets.
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