- Cloverleaf, Louisville
Cloverleaf is a neighborhood in southwest Louisville, Kentucky. Its boundaries are I-264 to the north, Manslick Road to the east, Gagel Avenue to the south, and the Illinois Central railroad tracks to the east. It takes its name from Cloverleaf Acres, a development in the area. It is residential, and was annexed by Louisville in 1958.
- "Cloverleaf" (1 ed.). 2001.
- Map of Cloverleaf
- Images of Cloverleaf (Louisville, Ky.) in the University of Louisville Libraries Digital Collections
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