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University of Louisville songs and cheers

 Accession — Box: 1
Identifier: 1973_U133-UA

Content Description

Contains collections of songs, cheers, and pep songs for the University: "Fight! UofL" (undated) by Griffith, probably the current song; "Alma Mater" (1947) by Powell and Young; "U of L: Fairest and Dearest" (1909) by Grant and Myers (includes manuscript copy); "Fight! U of L" (1937) by Bradley; "Louisville" (1916) by Perrow; "Hail to U of L" (1923) by Resta (includes a manuscript copy); "Alma Mater" (1937) by Bradley; and "On Belknap Campus" by Fryberger (including a brief history of the Fryberger Sing). Also includes "We're Loyal to You, U. of L." (undated) and "The Girl of U. of L." (undated), as well as miscellaneous songs and yells, including game chants.

Acquisition Type

Transfer

Restrictions Apply

True

Use Restrictions

Copyright for some material may not have been assigned to the University of Louisville; please consult a reference archivist for more information.

Dates

  • 1909-1947

Extent

0.25 linear feet (1 half-manuscript box)