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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 79 Collections and/or Records:

Louisville Music and Theater Programs collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 2014_009-UA
Content Description Collection includes music and theater programs from Louisville, Kentucky. The majority of programs relate to Louisville-area venues, with the exception of a 1899 program from Charleston, South Carolina by the Confederate Glee Club and a Clarksville (Indiana) Little Theater program dated 1955. The majority of the programs date to the mid-20th century, circa 1930-1950. The Louisville Memorial Auditorium, Iroquois Amphitheater, and the University of Louisville Playhouse are particularily well...
Dates: 1899-1950; Majority of material found within 1930's-1950's

Louisville Music and Theatre collection

 Collection — Box 1: Series 1; Series 2
Identifier: RG_195-UA
Scope and Contents This small collection contains original programs of various musical and theatrical performances in Louisville, chiefly at the Louisville Memorial Auditorium and Drury Lane Theatre. One program each comes from the Taft Theatre in Cincinnati and the Iroquois Amphitheater in Louisville. The earliest program dates from 1932 with the latest newspaper clippings and programs from 1939. The year 1936 is void with programs picking up again in 1937. There is no indication who collected or donated these...
Dates: 1932-1939

Louisville Orchestra records

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 1976_017-UA

Louisville School of Art records

 Collection
Identifier: 1984_004-UA
Summary The school's records include minutes, financial documents, legal files, and exhibition catalogs. Additional series include photographs and scrapbooks. There are also reports for the Louisville Handicraft Guild (1914-1929), the Louisville Art Association (1909-1942), the Art Center (1929-1942), the Art Center Association (1942-1975), and the Louisville School of Art (1968-1981).
Dates: 1909-1985

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...
Dates: 1835-1976

Macauley Theatre curtain fragment

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1977_147-UA
Content Description This is a piece of a curtain described as the last to hang in the old Macauley Theatre in Louisville, Kentucky.
Dates: Early 20th century

MacDowell music club collection

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 1979_161-UA

Madeline and Dario Covi papers

 Unprocessed
Identifier: 2020_018

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...
Dates: 1959-2000

Boyd Martin theater papers

 Collection — Box 17
Identifier: 1973_U078-UA
Scope and Contents Collection contains mainly scrapbooks containing reviews, cast lists and other papers related to Martin's work in local theater companies including Macauley’s Theater, Masonic Theater, Little Theater Company, and the University of Louisville’s UofL Players, and Belknap Players. Also found in the collection are correspondence files including programs, playbills, prompt books, posters, and photos.
Dates: circa 1904-1963