Microfilm held by Archives and Special Collections, usually but not always filmed onsite.
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description This collection contains two reels of microfilm from the Consumers' League of Kentucky: it includes records of the league's activities.
Content Description This is volume 2 only (pages 313-661) of the minutes of the First Presbyterian Church of Louisville, Kentucky dating from December 1874 to April 1875. Nearly all of the minutes concern the Wilson controversy. History: The First Presbyterian Church was embroiled in a controversy over its pastor, Samuel R. Wilson, in the mid-1870's. The faction which attempted to oust Wilson called themselves the church's Board of Trustees. The disputants established rival First Presbyterian Churches and sued in...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description This is microfilm of the original collection of Griffith papers at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, filmed with a National Historical Publications and Records Commission grant as a joint project of MoMA, the University of Louisville Archives, and the Microfilming Corporation of America. The filmed materials consist of eight series: business and personal correspondence; financial records; scrapbooks; family memorabilia; the Killiam-Sterling collection of scripts, stories, and writings;...
Accession — Reel Microfilm Project 107
Content Description Records of the court-martial of Joseph W. Benson of Louisville for fraud and negligence for supplying bad feed for military animals during the Civil War.
Collection — Reel Project 71, reel 1
Content Description This microfilm reproduces two clipping scrapbooks compiled by Ben Kelly in the 1890s, which contain poetry, documents relating to social functions sponsored by Louisville fraternal and labor organizations, a typescript recollection of the history of Kentucky's whiskey gaugers from the 1870s to the 1910s and clippings, with some correspondence concerning local Republican Party activities. Some of the latter material discusses the participation of the American Protective Association, an...
Content Description The scrapbooks and photograph album document the school's history from its founding to 1971. The volumes include newspaper clippings, correspondence, promotional literature, printed programs, periodic reports, minutes, legal papers, and typescripts of brief historical narratives and speeches. Microfilmed by University of Louisville, University Archives and Records Center,
Dates: 1853-1947; Majority of material found within 1885-1920
Content Description The microfilm contains the meeting minutes of the Real Estate Exchange of Louisville from 1910 to 1914, and the meeting minutes of the Louisville Real Estate Board, later the Louisville Board of Realtors. Included are both the board's regular meeting minutes and the minutes of the special meetings of its board of directors. A brief history of the board is included in the introduction to reel one. See also Oral History Center - Business Interviews.