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University-related audio and videotapes

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2006_039-UA

Content Description

This is a collection of a variety of audio and video recordings documenting various events and illustrating the activities individuals connected to the University of Louisville. Consists of a 2-inch reel-to-reel videotape of Dr. Miller's speech (presumably at his installation as president); two videotapes titled, "Management information systems for higher education," featuring William Ekstrom, James Grier Miller, and Drew McKinney; one reel-to-reel audiotape of an interview with Julius J. Oppenheimer from 1977; a reel-to-reel audiotape on the Hite Fund by Bob Doherty (1972); and a silent 16 millimeter film of the groundbreaking for the University of Louisville Hospital/Phase II Health Sciences Center (1974). Also includes audiocassette tapes of the dedication of the Medical-Dental Research Building in 1963; a speech given by Georgia Davis Powers in November, 1990; and the funeral service of William Ekstrom, as well as a videotape of the memorial service for Joseph Gregory Dean, a librarian in Ekstrom Library who passed away in 1988. Also includes a history of the School of Medicine, a history of higher education in Kentucky (William Ekstrom and Wilson Hatcher), and a history of the University of Louisville (William Ekstrom and Tom Owen).

Acquisition Type


Restrictions Apply


Access Restrictions

Please contact Archives and Special Collections in advance of your visit to ensure availability of audio-visual equipment.


  • 1972-1999



1.625 linear feet (1 records center box, 1 canister and one boxed video)