The Jefferson County Historical Society is housed in the historic Knights of Pythias Building 1917 building in downtown Louisville, Georgia. The Historical Society maintains an exceptionally large collection of organized genealogy from Jefferson County families dating over one hundred years back. The files are organized in dozens of file cabinets and arranged alphabetically. Visitors and genealogy researchers are surprised when they visit the Louisville Historical Society and find that information on their family has already been compiled and consolidated! The Historical Society is run entirely by volunteers. Mr. Leroy Lewis, long-term resident of Louisville serves as the Society President.
East Broad Street
Hours are generally Tuesdays from 10 am–2 pm.