In his book, Henry Clay: The Man Who Would be President, author Jim Klotter provides an answer to this historical puzzler: why someone as qualified and prepared as Clay could not win the presidency but would manage to become as important, or more so, than many in his time who did. On Wednesday, August 15th, the Henry Clay Memorial Foundation and the Blue Grass Trust will host a reception for Jim Klotter at the Dr. Thomas Hunt Morgan House. Dr. Klotter will briefly introduce his book, then hold a Q&A and book signing. The book is available now for purchase in the H.Clay & Co. Museum Shop. To RSVP for this event, call 859-266-8581 ext. 202 or e-mail Phil Janes at firstname.lastname@example.org. Books will also be available for sale at the event.
Doors open at 5:30 pm with light refreshments served. Dr. Klotter will speak at 6:15 pm.
Free event parking at 210 N. Broadway (Blue Grass Trust) and at 201 N. Mill Street (Hopemont, the Hunt-Morgan House).