Consists of open housing movement materials, including hate mail, as well as family papers, clippings, and photographs, some dating to the 19th century, which document the family's political and professional accomplishments. Of particular historical interest is an 1823 land patent signed by President James Monroe and correspondence and other materials related to family friend Hal Zaccharias Cox (d. 1953), an African American poet.
Collection is unprocessed and currently closed to researchers.
- Woolsey, Mary Louise Hubbard (Creator, Person)
1.625 linear feet (1 records center box and one flat box)
- Cox, Hal Zacharias
- Discrimination in housing -- Kentucky -- Louisville Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Hodgenville (Ky.) Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
- Woolsey, Mary Louise Hubbard