Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Content Description These papers document Alluisi's tenure as chair and executive committee member of the Kentucky chapter of "Scientists and Engineers for Johnson-Humphrey."
Content Description Personal scrapbooks/newspaper sheets, honoraria, diplomas, photos, family papers, political and social publications, and legal, legislative and business files belonging to Charles W. Anderson, Jr. and Victoria McCall Anderson as well as clippings and condolence materials associated with Attorney Anderson's tragic death.
Accession — Folder 1
Scope and Contents The Judge Thomas A. Ballantine, Jr. Collection dates from 1970 to 1992, with bulk dates of 1977 to 1992. Ballantine's papers offer the reader a glimpse into the American legal system through its assortment of "behind-the-scenes" information. In this collection, the researcher will see three aspects to Ballantine's position as a judge - public, political, and business. The smallest part of the collection deals with the public side of his job, represented through actual verdicts and...
Scope and Contents The David Banks collection documents the peace movement of the early 1970s on both the local and national levels. Sponsored by the parent organization of Clergy and Laymen Concerned, David Banks co-directed Clergy and Laity Concerned of Kentuckiana in Louisville from 1971 to 1973. These files detail the extent of his activities in that position and include his involvement with other peace organizations.While focusing primarily on the Vietnam War, this collection also reflects the...
Collection — Box Single item DVDs, CDs and audiocassettes
Content Description The one minute and 48 second 16mm film was presumably produced for use on television to advocate the bond issue promoted by the Bonds For Progress committee. Jesse Hopewell, a Louisville cinematographer, created the film, which includes a panoramic shot of expressway construction on the city's waterfront. The film highlighted the projects to be funded and included a group shot of University of Louisville and city leaders. Among the latter were mayoral candidates Kenneth A. Schmied and Marlin...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The Bozarth Family Papers, circa 1781-1910, focus on Jonathon (1752-1830), Eli (1800-187-), J. P. (Joseph Preston) (1847-1929), and J. W. Bozarth (1815-188-). The family genealogy can be traced partially through the land grants, deeds to property, government documents, personal correspondence, wills, financial documents, and newspaper articles. The Bozarths originally settled in Grayson County, Kentucky, and moved to La Grange, Oldham County, Kentucky. A letter to J. P. Bozarth in 1910, from...
Scope and Contents This collection contains 153.375 linear feet of materials related to or collected by Louisville social justice activist Anne Braden from early childhood until her death in 2006. While the collection includes a significant amount of personal materials from Anne and her husband Carl, the bulk of this material relates to their roles as civil rights activists, including its expression in Anne's writings, teaching materials, and correspondence. Also included are materials written about the Bradens....
Dates: 1920s-2006; Majority of material found in 1970s-2006
Scope and Contents This collection consists a few pieces of correspondence, clippings, and printed material relating to the political career of Emma Smith Ratterman Branch.