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AfAm. African American Life in Louisville

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Identifier: AfAm

Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:

Black Student Union records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1980_049-UA
Scope and Contents Records contain newsletters, clippings, a recruiting proposal, fact sheets and press releases. The material documents the BSU's effort to persuade the university to expand academic course offerings, financial aid, and tutorial programs. It also documents a subsequent confrontation and occupation of a university building and the arrest, expulsion and reinstatement of some of the participants.

Charles Henry Parrish papers

Identifier: 1996_097-UA
Scope and Contents The Charles Henry Parrish, Jr. papers, document the lives of his parents, wife and daughter, as well as his career in teaching, civil rights and community work. As a Louisville family whose work revolved around the local community, the Charles Henry Parrish, Jr., Papers reflect the growth of their work in human rights and community concerns in this region.The Charles Henry Parrish, Sr., and Mary V. Cook Parrish records, 1897-1945, include insurance policies, correspondence on legal...

Community Hospital records

Identifier: RG110-UA
Scope and Contents The collection contains correspondence, minutes of the board of directors and its committees, and minutes of medical staff meetings. Also included are financial records and patient records. Additional material includes matters relating to administration, fund drives, professional achievement, and integration of Louisville hospitals.

Desegregation study project files

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1983_044-UA

LaVal T. Duncan papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1976_106-UA
Scope and Contents

This .25 linear foot collection consists of LaVal T. Duncan's files relating to the Red Cross (Community) Hospital from 1957-1965, plus one folder of minutes and reports from other organizations.

Fifth Street Baptist Church records

Identifier: 1981_101-UA
Summary This collection, which contains significant amounts of material from the 19th century, consists of records of meetings, including church business and deacons' meetings, as well as records relating to membership (membership lists, individuals joining the church and requesting letters to join other congregations). This includes church minutes from 1842 to 1948 and membership lists and directories from the 19th and 20th centuries. There are also records relating to the choir dating to the 1870s as...