Manuscript collections held by University Archives and Records Center..
Found in 948 Collections and/or Records:
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...
Accession — Box 1
Dates: 1980-1985; 2016
Scope and Contents This 23.5 linear foot collection, dates from 1959 to 1997. The bulk of the collection documents Barber's teaching and administrative work at the University of Louisville along with his professional activity outside the university.
Content Description The bulk of this collection consists of tapes of WDRB (Fox 41) television broadcasts of University of Louisville football and basketball games, 1992-1995. In addition, there are tapes of broadcasts, also from WDRB, of the Denny Crum Show, the Ron Cooper Show, the Howard Schnellenberger Show, and live call-in shows, 1990-1998. The tapes are a mixture of Beta and UMatic formats.
Collection — Box Small LUMA Collections, 1
Content Description Three Poor Girls CDs ("Need 2 Dream," "Positive Response/No Rhythm Dancing," and "Genuine Tewligans"), with copies of fliers advertising Poor Girls shows and newsclippings about the band. The originals date to the 1980s and 1990s. Chuck Baxter played guitar and sang with the Poor Girls. This collection is part of the Louisville Underground Music Archive (LUMA) project.
Collection — Box 1
Content Description Two copies of Dr. Settle's memoir concerning his early childhood as a charge of Ormsby Village children's home, his schooling at the Kentucky Military Institute, his Navy service during World War II, and his life since that time. The memoir also documents his participation in marching bands and his service as a flight inspector during the war for Consolidated Aircraft Corporation, also known as Consairways Transport Service. Dr. Settle became a dentist after the war and settled in California.
Content Description Six issues of Beaux Arts. This periodical provided in-depth coverage of all phases of the arts, including news of individual artists, organizations and events. The publication was based in Louisville and covered arts in Kentucky and southern Indiana. Issues held: Vol. 1 #1 (spring 1981) - # 4 (winter 1981); Vol. 2 # 3 (fall 1982); Vol. 3 # 2 (summer 1983).
Accession — Box 1
Scope and Contents The records of this large national hardware distribution company were donated to the University Archives in 1986. The firm was one of Louisville's most important from the 1880s until the 1970s, when it experienced difficulties. Following two changes in management, the company finally ceased operations in 1985.In addition to the board minutes, stockholder ledgers, annual reports, financial records, newsletters, photographs, and employee manuals, the donation included a selection of...
Dates: 1847-1985 (bulk 1880-1970)