Owsley Brown Frazier is a philanthropist from Louisville, Kentucky USA who founded the Frazier International History Museum. He is retired from the board of directors of the Brown-Forman corporation, which his grandfather George Garvin Brown founded in 1870, and is one of the largest American-owned companies in the spirits and wine business. He was raised in Louisville.
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... Frazier lives in a house built by his grandfather in 1910 called "The Avish" in the suburban city of Harrods Creek, Kentucky ... When asked what it is like to use a wheelchair, Frazier responds, "You know, my brain is not in a wheelchair ... stay at home, sit around and do nothing." Frazier is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, and the River Valley Club ...
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“His reversed body gracefully curved, his brown legs hoisted like a Tarentine sail, his joined ankles tacking, Van gripped with splayed hands the brow of gravity, and moved to and fro, veering and sidestepping, opening his mouth the wrong way, and blinking in the odd bilboquet fashion peculiar to eyelids in his abnormal position. Even more extraordinary than the variety and velocity of the movements he made in imitation of animal hind legs was the effortlessness of his stance.”
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