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BIZ. Business in Louisville

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Identifier: BIZ

Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:

Louisville Area Chamber of Commerce records

Identifier: 1984_009-UA
Scope and Contents This collection consists largely of meeting minutes, although a variety of other materials are available, particularly from the Louisville Area Chamber of Commerce. The earliest material is from the Louisville Board of Trade, and consists of minutes (1862-1944 with some gaps), Board of Trade Journals, and information relating to the consolidation with the Commercial Club. The Commercial Club materials cover the period 1880-1916, and consists primarily of minutes from the period 1901-1916. The...

Louisville Board of Realtors meeting minutes (microfilm)

Identifier: 1973_492-UA
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.

Louisville Board of Realtors reference collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1980_116-UA
Content Description A collection of photocopied excerpts from the National Real Estate Journal, all relating to the Louisville Board of Realtors, 1910-1925. The copies were made during the research for The Louisville Board of Realtors: A History, 1892-1979, by U of L archivist Pamela Hess. See also Oral History Center - Business Interviews, and Microfilm Project 75: Minutes of the Louisville Board of Realtors, 1910-1976.

Louisville Bridge and Iron Company Records

Identifier: 1989_124-UA
Scope and Contents The records of the Louisville Bridge and Iron Company represent a sample of the originally created materials. An effort has been made to include a variety of types of materials.In physical types, the collection consists of photographs, framed photographs, books, papers, and blueprint drawings. In intellectual types, the collection consists of technical records, financial records, and legal records. The material dates from 1865 to 1986, with the bulk coming from the 1870's to the...

Louisville, Henderson, and St. Louis records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1973_442-UA
Content Description Includes two folders of business correspondence for the period 1887-1891 between W.V. McCracken, builder of the Louisville, Henderson, & St. Louis Railroad Co., and James P. Helm, an attorney for the company.

Louisville Junior Chamber of Commerce scrapbook

 Collection — Volume 1
Identifier: 2011_055-UA
Content Description Large scrapbook documenting the Louisville Junior Chamber of Commerce's activities throughout 1947-1948. The scrapbook was submitted for the Harold A. Marks Memorial Award, the nation's top honor awarded Jaycees. Contains brochures, news clippings, correspondence and photographs detailing Jaycees' involvement in many facets of Louisvlle's civic and cultural life.

Louisville Paint and Varnish Club records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1985_032-UA
Content Description The collection consists of minutes and financial records of the club.

Louisville Railway Company annual reports

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 2005_001-UA
Content Description Annual reports from the Louisville Railway Company. This collection contains reports for 1920, 1929, 1935-1939, 1940-1941, 1943, 1947-1957, 1964, 1966, 1968-1970 only (a total of 26 reports).

John Manning papers

Identifier:  1979_U006-UA
Summary The John Manning papers consist primarily of notes relating to lectures in the classes he taught at the University of Louisville in areas such as public finance, personnel management and economic history. The collection also includes material he produced in his service to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and material on local governments. Also included are commencement materials from 1977 and 1978 and a copy of his master's thesis, Reconstruction in Kentucky.