Sylvester Mather, 99, of Louisville was a young man when his father, federal agent Frank Mather, was shot and killed in 1932 during a raid on a moonshine still near Russellville.
Sylvester Mather, 99, of Louisville was a young man when his father, federal agent Frank Mather, was shot and killed in 1932 during a raid on a moonshine still near Russellville.
Sylvester Mather, 99, of Louisville was a young man when his father, federal agent Frank Mather, was shot and killed in 1932 during a raid on a moonshine still near Russellville.

Louisville man went with his father on prohibition raids

October 18, 2011 12:00 AM

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