This month’s Louisville Magazine has a short piece on the campaign to bring back the old city flag, seen here:
The design was introduced in 1949, but after merger, the flag was changed to this:
Which do you like better?
From the story:
The effort began in 2007. Charlie Farnsley, a financial planner and grandson of former Louisville Mayor Charles Farnsley, saw South Carolina flag stickers (crescent moon above a palmetto tree) on cars and wanted to create a similar, simple symbol of pride for Louisville. “I figured I’d do what South Carolina did, and I went and found the original Louisville flag,” he says. “We thought, if enough people started putting our stickers on their cars the city might bring back the old flag.”