Museum http://wfpl.org en Legendary Louisville Cartoonist Hugh Haynie, Through His Son's Eyes http://wfpl.org/post/legendary-louisville-cartoonist-hugh-haynie-through-his-sons-eyes <p>Judge Smith Haynie has had a long day. He's tired from his work in the courtroom. But when he leaves the bench and heads to a museum showcase of his late father Hugh Haynie's editorial cartoons, he can't keep still.</p><p>"You want two famous cartoons?" he asks me as he bounds across a room in the Frazier History Museum. He's pointing at a pair of framed cartoons that comment on the U.S. space program of the late 1960s and early 1970s. He singles out one, which he calls "Moon Rocks."</p> Fri, 08 Nov 2013 11:13:38 +0000 Gabe Bullard 7479 at http://wfpl.org Legendary Louisville Cartoonist Hugh Haynie, Through His Son's Eyes New Website Explores Louisville's Past in Photos http://wfpl.org/post/new-website-explores-louisvilles-past-photos <p>A new online Wayback&nbsp;Machine focused on historic images of the city has launched. <a href="http://502louisville.com/">502Louisville</a> is an ongoing exhibition of the history of Louisville through photographs. Each post includes at least one vintage photo and some historic information about the site. Some posts document buildings that no longer exist, while others show how city blocks have grown over time.</p> Thu, 16 May 2013 18:17:32 +0000 Erin Keane 5423 at http://wfpl.org New Website Explores Louisville's Past in Photos