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Social Sciences 542 student papers

 Unprocessed — Box: Owen/Clay Student Papers (Originals): Box 1
Identifier: 1983_022-UA

Content Description

Student papers from Tom Owen's Social Sciences 542 class - Historic Louisville, 1980-1982. Selected term papers written on local history topics from primary sources. See Inventory for full author/title listing.

Acquisition Type

Transfer

Restrictions Apply

Yes

Use Restrictions

Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Louisville; please consult a reference archivist for more information.

Dates

  • 1980-1982

Extent

1.5 linear feet (1 manuscript box, 1 half-manuscript box; a portion of a records center box)

Inventory

Adams, Nancy Bealmear: Why was the Seneca Parkway built through sections of Seneca and Cherokee parks in the face of widespread opposition? -- Amick, Paul D: Milton H. Smith of the L & N: A laizzez-faire businessman amidst war fervor. -- Anderson, Rosalind Braye: Life of Miss Emma Lewis Minnis from 1881-1972. -- Anthony, Lynne: Trial of the black six. -- Bearden, Karen W: Establishment of the Office of Black Affairs at the University of Louisville. -- Baize, David W: Causes of the indignation towards Matt Ward. -- Boone, Joe: Proposed Smoke Ordinance - 1941. -- Bowling, M. Renee: Ibsen's introduction in America. -- Bradshaw, David: Oakdale and the annexation of 1922. -- Brown, Janice R: Establishment of zoning in Louisville. -- Bryan, Pamela: Opening of the Brown Hotel. -- Conley, Betty L: Why did Saints Mary and Elizabeth Hospital move to the South End and why did it take so long? -- Cheatham, Jane Hart: University of Louisville's 1937 winter break. -- Davenport, Janet S: Beginnings of the Louisville and Nashville employees' magazine. -- Downs, Barbara M: History of Woodlawn race course. -- Drake, Donna L: Implementation of the Louisville Orchestra commissioning project. -- Strouss, Margaret Emmons: Louisville's alms house moves to a new site and the last one: 1871-1874. -- Fain, Alison: Falls City Brewery and the start of prohibition. -- Finan, Jo Ann: Progressing into a headache: the saga of Hikes Point. -- Flener, Sherry: Merger and separation of Male High School and Manual Training High School. -- Fox, Artus: Louisville's first interurban train. -- Herron, Shawn Marie: Bel Demonio the beautiful demon: George Prentice and his history of 'Sue Mundy.'. -- Himmelfarb, Lillian: William O. Cowger - the unsung hero of the Louisville Zoo. -- Howard, Kathy: Belknap Playhouse: the first season. -- Hundall, Gary W: Early plans to salvage downtown Louisville. -- Johnson, Ralph: Black political involvement in the 1920 and 1925 bond issues in Louisville. -- Kilgore, Cheryl: Controversy surrounding the 1888 purchase of Jacob Park. -- Klein, Donald E., Jr: Life, career and ouster of James Edward Hutchins. -- Kleier, Joann: Origin of Louisville's Catholic school board. -- Kluesner, Janice A: Early history of Okolona. -- Leet, Cindy: River city's lady: the Belle of Louisville: what was involved in making Louisville her home? -- Leslie, Anthony E: Louisville's first major step in slum clearance: an important study of 1951. -- Lyon, Virginia Fay: Early years of the Speed Museum. -- McGruder, Kate: Justice Louis D. Brandeis adopts the University of Louisville. -- Meyer, John: Why was Louisville selected as the site for Camp Zachary Taylor? -- Miller, Kenneth L: Louisville municipal bridge, 1919-1929. -- Miller, Michael: Henry Wise: reflections on Sherman and sons becoming a union shop, 1919. -- Molloy, Jennifer: Carolyn Verhoeff and the struggle for satisfactory treatment of laboratory animals. -- Morris, Steven: 1955 Louisville and Nashville Railroad strike. -- Onkst, Donna L: Formation and administration of Louisville's early Female High School. -- Parris, Ann: Lucy Porter first postmistress of Louisville. -- Payne, Jeanne: 1877 Louisville and Nashville strike at Louisville. -- Pennington, Margaret B: What was the Ordinance of May 11, 1914 adopted by the city of Louisville? -- Pohl, Ronald J: Two proposals (U of L's plan to acquire Churchill Downs) -- Pompei, Dianna: Precautions, cures, and remedies: Louisville vs. the "Spanish Lady." -- Quire, Don: Activities of the Louisville Anti-Defamation League prior to 1941. -- Roby, Becky: Murray Atkins Walls and the integration of the Louisville Free Public Library. -- Rowe, Tanya: Anti-pari-mutuel gambling movement and the Kentucky legislature of 1924. -- Sayre, Kathleen: Louisville's Equal Rights Association. -- Smith, F. James R: Move of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. -- Schuble, Irene: Diane Crump: first female jockey to ride in the Kentucky Derby. -- Tong, Margaret H: Legal aspects surrounding the integration of the University of Louisville. -- Thompson, Jack: What was the nature of the controversy between the Louisville Board of Education and the Louisville Board of Realtors in October of 1955? -- Triplett, Jo Anne: 1000 East Liberty: a change in nationality. -- Tucker, Margaret E.: Lure to the khaki Christian girls. -- Webb, Sheila: Production of "West Side Story" by the Belknap Theater Players in 1965 -- Weeter, Joanne: Decision to relocate the Belknap Playhouse. -- White, Sondra Diane: Presentation Academy moves from old to new building. -- Wiseman, Donna: Story of Hogan's Fountain. -- Zingraff, C. Kim: J. B. Speed Art Museum acquired the Elizabethan Hall