Bill  Huddleston, left, and his sister Elizabeth Wardle lived next door to each other in Davis Bottom in 1980. At the time, their rent was $85 a month in the low-income community tucked between South Broadway and West High Street. In 2006, 29 homes were torn down.
Bill Huddleston, left, and his sister Elizabeth Wardle lived next door to each other in Davis Bottom in 1980. At the time, their rent was $85 a month in the low-income community tucked between South Broadway and West High Street. In 2006, 29 homes were torn down. Herald-Leader
Bill Huddleston, left, and his sister Elizabeth Wardle lived next door to each other in Davis Bottom in 1980. At the time, their rent was $85 a month in the low-income community tucked between South Broadway and West High Street. In 2006, 29 homes were torn down. Herald-Leader

Documentary on Davis Bottom community will be shown Monday at Kentucky Theatre

October 18, 2015 06:45 PM

UPDATED November 03, 2015 01:53 PM

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