Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Brief Description of the Collection Records of the University of Louisville's Presidential Search Committee. Records include proposal from search firm Fink and Associates, list of desirable characteristics of a future president, community comments, feedback received during listening tours, procedures, interview schedule, and talking points for announcement of new president Neeli Bendapudi.
Scope and Contents This collection includes materials documenting the life and career of Philip Grant Davidson, Jr. as well as the entire Davidson extended family. There are journals, correspondence and writings by Davidson, his parents, his sister, his wife and some of her family members, their children, and various other relations. They are divided into 6 series. Philip Grant Davidson served as the twelfth president of University of Louisville from 1951 to 1968. These papers include correspondence from 1946...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description This collection contains the letters, clippings, scrapbooks, speeches, and diaries concerning the life of A.Y. Ford. The collection begins with Ford's student days at Brown University (circa 1883), and covers primarily his work as a Louisville journalist, businessman, and university president. Accession 1998-155 added miscellaneous photographs, printed material, diary pages, and correspondence of Arthur Ford, Salem Ford, and Mrs. Salem Ford.
Dates: 1873-1983; Majority of material found within 1883-1926
Scope and Contents This collection consists mainly of correspondence, both outgoing and incoming, on a variety of topics including Dr. Kent's academic career, issues related to education, and the war in Europe. The collection includes correspondence with Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, Bernard Flexner, Senators Alben Barkley and Albert Chandler, and a letter from President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Dates: 1923-1943 (bulk 1929-1943)
Collection — Box 1
Content Description The papers contain a small amount of correspondence, but the bulk is composed of typescripts of his "Money Talks" articles, written during the opening years of World War II, and a clippings notebook from 1946 to 1950.
Scope and Contents The Woodrow Mann Strickler collection pertains predominantly to Strickler's personal and professional activities dating from the 1960s to the mid-1970s, with some earlier material in evidence. The collection is divided into five series: personal and professional files; day-at-a-glance calendar books; speeches by Strickler and others; reference materials and published source material; and photos, plaques, certificates, and memorabilia.Strickler's personal and professional files are...