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ARTS. Arts in Louisville

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Identifier: ARTS
Collections relating to the fine and performing arts in Louisville

Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:

Louisville sheet music collection

 Collection
Identifier: 2005_033-UA
Summary Consists of sheet music and scores of works either printed in Louisville, Kentucky, or relating to Louisville in some way. Many titles by Mildred Hill, best known for co-authoring "Happy Birthday" with her sister, are included in this collection, as are several pieces by Clifford Shaw, a composer for a local radio and television station. Several compositions by Ernesto Natiello, including "Fontaine Ferry Park March" and "We Can, We Will, in Louisville" form part of the collection, as do several...

Tom and Ginny Marsh papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2008_095-UA
Content Description This collection consists of materials that document the personal and professional lives of Tom and Ginny Marsh from the 1960s to the 2000s (1960s-1980s for Tom). These two former U of L faculty members specialized in pottery and ceramics and their collection reflects that. The boxes include correspondence (personal and professional), publications (university, academic, personal interest), exhibition materials, awards, professional activity materials, photographs, and scrapbooks. The collection...

Robert H. Miller papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2004_051-UA
Scope and Contents This 4.75 linear foot collection contains student work from Miller's graduate education, literary production, correspondence, general teaching and research notes and files and Miller's research notes and files on Graham Greene. The collection is thus divided into five series: I: Student work; II: Literary output; III: General Research and Teaching Files; IV: Correspondence and V: Graham Greene Files. Some materials are restricted. Series V is housed with other Graham Greene materials in...

Robert D. Neill papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1978_077-UA
Scope and Contents The Robert Neill Papers encompass his career at the University of Louisville from 1964 to 1979. The bulk covers the years 1965 to 1975. The majority of the collection centers on Neill's tenure as an administrator and director of various academic programs at U of L. With the exception of the 1969 Summer Institute for the Humanities, there is no documentation about Neill's career as a professor nor is there mention of his course work or classroom load. This collection contains no details on Dr....

Paul Owen theatre design collection

 Collection
Identifier: 2015_185-RB
Scope and Contents Paul Owen kept sketches, whether for individual productions or for festivals and series, rolled and organized by production year. Paul Owen’s organization has been maintained with rolls of sketches organized chronologically in boxes. This finding aid identifies the name of each play present in the archive with its author and production year. Sandra Strawn, Professor in Theatre at University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, worked with Paul Owen as Resident Properties Master and Assistant...

Althea Stephens Parmenter papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2004_108-UA
Summary The collection includes some correspondence, personal and printed material, along with photographs and artwork. The bulk of the collection is made up of manuscript materials from her writings, including several revisions of a novel, The Voyage of the Golden Plover, some short stories and poetry, and appears to date from the 1960s-1980s.

RagTimes: Louisville's Magazine of Creative Energy

 Collection
Identifier: 1998_113-UA
Scope and Contents RagTimes was founded by Ernest Johnson and friends in 1975. The title referred to the slang work for newspapers and the Louisville Times, the Louisville evening newspaper. The magazine consisted of poetry, humor, short stories, and articles on music and was scheduled to be published once every two months. There are two issues: Volume 1, # 1 (Dec. 1975) and #2 (spring 1976). It is unknown if any further issues were...