pike2Downtown/Madison Avenue Facts
Odd Fellows Hall dedicated in 1857
First National Bank established in 1864
Marx Bros. Furniture organized in 1888
Liberty Theater opened in 1923
J.C. Penny opened in 1941
Overview History
Covington People
Churches and Schools
Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption
Central Christian Church
Covington Catholic High School
Covington Latin School
First Baptist Church
First Christian Church
First District School
First English Lutheran
First Presbyterian
Fourth Street Christian Church
Holmes Junior and Senior High School
Madison Avenue Baptist Church
Madison Avenue Christian Church
Madison Avenue Presbyterian (Second Presbyterian Church)
Mother of God Church (Mutter Gottes Kirche)
Notre Dame Academy
Scott Street M.E. South (First M.E. Church South)
Trinity Episcopal
Events
1937 Flood Letter from Covington Resident
Covington Centennial
Rich & Cooke Feed Store Fire 1885
Government
City-County Building
Covington City Managers
Covington Mayors
Covington Population
Covington Postmasters
United States Courthouse and Post Office
Groups
Chinese Americans
Elks, Covington Lodge No. 314
Knights of Columbus, Bishop Carrell Council 702
Young Mens Christian Association
Young Mens Christian Association (Railroad)