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Com. Community (Non-University) Manuscript Collections

 Classification
Identifier: Com
Manuscript collections held by University Archives and Records Center..

Found in 1276 Collections and/or Records:

Alex Logsdon Coronavirus Capsule story

 Accession
Identifier: 2020_322

Alexander Van Leshout's "Louisvillians and Their Hobbies"

 Collection — Box Bound Volumes Box 1
Identifier: 1998_115-UA
Content Description This is a collection of loose-leaf black and white caricatures of prominent businessmen of Louisville, Kentucky, by Van Leshout, a Louisville artist and illustrator.
Dates: 1926

Alexis Harmony Coronavirus Capsule video

 Accession
Identifier: 2020_102

Frank Alfano papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 2001_050-UA
Scope and Contents This collection includes clippings, letters, reports, and photographs relating to Central State Hospital, as well as clippings and programs relating to boxing. Much of the material is in scrapbook form.
Dates: 1932-1956

Alice Haynes Coronavirus Capsule artwork

 Accession
Identifier: 2020_143

Charles M. Allen railroad collection

 Collection
Identifier: 2002_045-UA
Scope and Contents This 6.25 linear foot collection of railroad material dates from 1913 to 1995 with the bulk of the collection consisting of railroad timetables. There is also a small, but significant number of guides, maps, operating rules, pamphlets and brochures, annual reports, railroad histories, yearbooks, and photographs. Although most of the collection is from North American railroads, there is some material related to railroading in Europe. The collection is arranged in seven series: I: Timetables...
Dates: 1913-1995

Allen Allmond papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1973_414-UA
Content Description Includes three notebooks, one relating to the Louisville Commercial Club compiled in 1955-1959; one relating to Marcus Blakely Allmond (1851-1909), a faculty member at Male High School; and one relating to Allmond Avenue in the Beechwood area, correspondence, photographs.
Dates: 1851-1960