Manuscript collections held by University Archives and Records Center..
Found in 952 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description Sixteen small photos taken by Robert Fitzpatrick while a student at UofL in the 1930s. Includes images of campus buildings, professors, and social events.
Class — Multiple Containers
Content Description The University of Louisville Women’s Club collection spans the history of the organization from 1932 to the present. Materials include correspondence, meeting minutes, publications, financial records, and scrapbooks. Records include minutes, officers and committee material, copies of all publications, scrapbooks, and photo albums. News bulletins, the constitution and bylaws, and programs are also present. Publications include newsletters and directories for the years 1950 to 1972. Includes...
Collection — Box 1
Content Description These are materials relating to the University of the World, an institution proposed by former UofL president James Miller to provide international distance education. The University of the World was an early effort in international distance education headquartered in California and headed by former UofL President James G. Miller. The University of the World was based in California.
Accession — Multiple Containers
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description The collection contains materials from Patricia Updegraff related to preservation of historic buildings. The bulk concern preservation efforts in the 1970s to save two homes on Fourth Street in Louisville from demolition. The major players in this controversy included Updegraff; Marjorie C. Gott, the president of the Woman’s Club; W. Scott Miller Jr, the lawyer for the Woman’s Club; Frank Rankin, the chairman of the Landmarks Commission; and Harvey Sloane, the mayor of Louisville at the time....
Summary The records include a few copies of a shipboard newsletter from the U.S.S. Louisville from 1941 to 1943 and a program from a Christmas celebration on ship in 1939. One issue of the Guinea Gold, an Allied military field newspaper, dated December 24, 1943, is in the collection. Correspondence, newsletters, programs and printed material from the cruiser's reunion association, dating from 1962 to 1997, are also present. There are two artifacts among the materials, a reunion association T-shirt and...
Dates: 1939-2005; Majority of material found within 1939-1943
Scope and Contents The University of Louisville V-12 Papers date from 1943 to 1994 with the bulk of materials containing correspondence leading up to the 50th Anniversary Reunion of the V-12 Naval Officer Training Program in October 1993. Much effort was expended in seeking alumni of the wartime program, developing an appropriate 50th Anniversary celebration at the University of Louisville, and gathering ideas from similar V-12 Reunions at other universities and colleges. Photographs from 1943-1945 are included...
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This scrapbook was compiled by Ms. Anastasia Faulstich, Clerk-Secretary to Mr. Veith. The scrapbook spans the years, February 1961 to November 1969, and contains newspaper clippings on the activities of the Comptroller's office, as well as the general political scene. There are a few photographs, a publication of the Louisville Fraternal Order of Police (August 1963) and a series of newsletters reporting the economic progress of the city.
Dates: February, 1961-November, 1969
Collection — Folder 1
Content Description Consists of photographs, newspaper clippings, and biographical information on Walter Blythe and other Blythe family members.
Collection — Box 1
Content Description The "Victory News" was an informally produced newsletter, published by Sylvester Connell, and distributed world-wide to military personnel from the California and Parkland neighborhoods of Louisville, Kentucky. Most of the soldier recipients had lived in the vicinity of Victory Park, thus the name "Victory News." The issues contained sports scores, excerpts and/or summaries of other soldiers' letters home, jokes, cartoons, neighborhood gossip and morale boosts. The "News" was distributed...