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BIZ. Business in Louisville

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Identifier: BIZ

Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:

Business and Professional Women of Kentucky records

Identifier: 1992_045-UA
Scope and Contents Five clubs of the Business and Professional Women in Louisville, Lexington, and Paducah banded together in 1921 to form the state organization. By the early 1990s, the state federation numbered seventy-five active clubs. Historical records of the Business and Professional Women of Kentucky consist of minutes, publications, financial and membership records of the state chapters, programs, song sheets, and correspondence. Also included are records for the University of Louisville chapter.

Business First Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1999_014
Scope and Contents Business First, a newspaper devoted exclusively to business in the Louisville area, began publication in 1984, with Mike Kallay as president and publisher and Tom Monahan as vice-president and editor. The newspaper is published weekly, and the company also produces special supplements and annual volumes. This collection contains only those annual volumes and supplements listed. These were originally located in the University Archives Reference Files and were...

M. J. Carnahan Company records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 2001_041-UA
Content Description There is no other information about the M.J. Carnahan Company in the collection, but a source, The History of Martin County, by Harry Q. Holt published in 1953, states that M.J. Carnahan began as a sawmill in 1881 under the management of Lewis C. Brooks and Magnus J. Carnahan. It was incorporated as Carnahan Manufacturing Company in 1904. Fred R. Brooks (son of Lewis) became president of the company upon his father’s retirement in 1923 and served in that capacity until the company...

Carrollton Business and Professional Women's Club scrapbook

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1999_083-UA
Content Description Consists of one scrapbook with clippings and printed material documenting the activities of the Carrollton (Kentucky) Business and Professional Women's Club from 1982 to 1984.

Churchill Downs annual reports

 Unprocessed — Box 1
Identifier: 2007_054-UA

Commerce, Business and Labor Publications Collection

Identifier: 1979_009-UA
Scope and Contents The collection consists of pamphlets and publications concerning commerce, business, labor, and international relations. Included are titles such as Cloth Hat, Cap and Milinery Workers International Union Report of Proceedings, Illinois State Federation of Labor Proceeding of Annual Convention, and United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America: Proceedings.

Commonwealth Life Insurance Company records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2015_057-UA
Content Description Commonwealth Life Insurance Records consist of historical photos of agents, office personnel, and company headquarters, sample policies, an early policy record book, a sample collection register, and public relations materials. A 1937 Louisville labor newspaper containing a series of articles attacking Commonwealth leaders and administrative policies is also found.

Consumers' League of Kentucky records (microfilm)

Identifier: 1989_015-UA
Content Description This collection contains two reels of microfilm from the Consumers' League of Kentucky: it includes records of the league's activities.

Cooperative Welfare Association minutes

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1983_013-UA
Content Description The Cooperative Welfare Association served as the "company" union for the Louisville Railway Company, a private holder of Louisville's major street rail franchise. These records are minutes kept by that association.

H.W. Coyte Manuscript, History of Kentucky Distilleries

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1988_118-UA
Scope and Contents This 151-page typescript, researched and written by Coyte, chronicles the rise and fall of more than 180 distilling operations scattered across thirty-one central Kentucky and Ohio River counties. Brief entries, arranged by county, trace changes of ownership, identify brand names produced by the firms, and document the impact of Prohibition and Repeal on the distilling industry in the 1920s and '30s. Distillery sites are marked on accompanying county maps.In addition to the...