Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The records of the Jennings family of Oldham County, Kentucky, consist largely of business records from various family enterprizes in the town of Westport. Spanning the years 1855-1884, most of the ledgers, account books and receipts belonged to T.W. Jennings, proprietor of the Westport Wharf Boat and a large grocery and dry goods store.One of the ledgers records merchandise received by Jennings from 1878 to 1884 via river packet. The steamer Maggie Harper...
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 — Box Single item DVDs, CDs and audiocassettes, Item: Nashville & Decatur Railroad Co. Annual Report 1867 /
Topical List This collection documents the relationship between the railroad and the city of Louisville, and industrialization of the New South, including north Alabama steel manufacture and eastern Kentucky coal mining. Includes minutes, annual reports, and legal documents from nearly 100 early Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and other southern railroads. Topics include real estate transactions in southern and midwestern states, construction and maintenance of track, bridges, and terminals,...
Content Description Microfilmed issues of the Louisville Anzeiger (Advertiser), a German-language newspaper published 1848-1938 in Louisville, Kentucky. This microfilm represents the holdings from multiple repositories. Considering the newspaper's run, there are relatively few missing issues, and most of these are in the early years. Except for 1851, there are a few issues from each year starting in 1849 and ending in 1931. To facilitate research, the newspapers were filmed in chronological order with a list of...
Content Description Publishers: John J. Marshall & James B. Marshall; James B. Marshall, 1838-1840>. "Whig." Editor: James B. Marshall, 1838-1840>. Archives has microfilm of the following issues only: July 18, 1840, Aug. 1, 1840, Jan. 4, 1841, Feb. 8, 1841, and Feb. 15, 1841.
Dates: July 18, 1840 - Feb. 15, 1841
Scope and Contents The fifty-one volumes of City of Louisville Municipal Reports, 1866-1916 preserved on seventeen rolls of microfilm constitute a significant resource for urban history. Each published annual report brings together submissions from local government and government-related agencies, including some thirty messages from the mayor. A total of fifty-eight agencies submitted at least one report. The offices range widely from the Chiefs of Fire and Police and City Engineer and Smoke Inspector to Parks,...
Content Description A portion of one page from the Louisville Daily Journal, dated July 11, 1850. One side includes articles and editorials on the death of President Zachary Taylor and the presidency of Millard Fillmore, as well as an article from the Boston Traveler on a request for leniency from a Harvard Medical School faculty member found guilty of murder. It consists mainly of advertisements for various items, from household goods and food staples to banks and real estate, as well as meeting notices.
Content Description Published weekly in Louisville, Kentucky by James B. Marshall. Archives has microfilm of one issue only: v. 6, no. 17 (May 17, 1841).
Dates: May 17, 1841
Content Description This microform publication continues the publication of formal minutes of the Board of Aldermen for the city of Louisville, Kentucky, for the years 1986 through 1991. Microfilmed in Frankfort, Ky., Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, 1991.
Content Description Published in Louisville, Kentucky by Prentice & Weissinger. Archives has microfilm of the following issues only: May 20, 1840; June 24, 1840; Sept. 23, 1840; Feb. 3, 1841; April 7, 1841; Nov. 3, 1841; May 11, 1842; Sept. 21, 1842; and Jan. 24, 1844.