Scarce early map of the city of Louisville, published by C.S. Mendenhall.
The map extends north to include Clarkesville, Jeffersonville and New Albany. The map identifies streets, major buildings, wharfs, and a number of land owners on the outskirts of town. Three bridges across the Ohio are shown.
At the bottom center of the map, the Louisville Jockey Club and Mile Track are shown, which would later become known as Churchill Downs.