Louisville don’t want Monument, but claims valuables found within

Those were among the relics believed to be unearthed Monday when construction crews found a time capsule that had been buried under the Confederate monument near the University of Louisville for 121 years. It’s hard to say at this point whether the box was sealed at all, said Sarah Lindgren, the city’s public art administrator, who was there when the brass box was opened at the memorials site on Third Street. The statue, which was installed 30 years after the Civil War ended, was donated by the Kentucky Women’s Confederate Monument Association.

Louisville don’t want Monument, but claims valuables found within

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