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).
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- University of Louisville (Creator, Corporate Entity)
1.625 linear feet (1 records center box, 1 canister and one boxed video)