Bound collection of articles and other publications relating to the University of Louisville
A grouping of journal reprints and governance-related documents relating to the University of Louisville from 1927-1943. The items relating to governance include studies and precursors to the Redbook, the University's current governance document. The journal articles focus primarily on curricular questions. It is unclear who had these items bound together, or why these particular items were selected for inclusion. See Inventory for complete listing of contents.
Copyright for some materials has not been transferred to the University of Louisville; please consult a reference archivist for more information.
From sophomore English to humanities (Ernest Hassold) -- A general humanities course (E.W. McDowell) -- Honors seminar at Louisville (Ernest Hassold) -- Divisional courses (Ellis Freeman) -- College education without high-school graduation (Lily Detchen) -- Some problems in personnel research (J.J. Oppenheimer) -- College students [sic] interest in biology (P.A. Davies) -- Raymond Asa Kent, 1883-1943 (J.J. Oppenheimer) -- Organization of the University of Louisville, together with the laws creating and affecting the same (May 1936) -- Laws creating and affecting the University of Louisville / Organization [of the University of Louisville] (1928?) -- Report on the organization of the University of Louisville (Frank L. McVey, November, 1927) -- Report of a study of the curriculum of the College of Liberal Arts of the University of Louisville (F.J. Kelly, 1928?)