Found in 77 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description The microfilm contains copies of a membership list from 1898 to 1939; photographs; anniversary guides from 1969 and 1983; legal documents; and two minute books for the years 1904 to 1965. Microfilm created by University of Louisville, 1984.
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...
Collection — Box 1
Content Description Collection includes four notebooks created by Gladys Franklin, born Evans, while attending the University of Louisville in the 1950's and 60's.
Scope and Contents The historic records of Green Street Baptist Church were donated to the University of Louisville Archives & Records Center in 1980 and were microfilmed later that year. They consist of six volumes of minutes and a few letters and photographs stored between pages and occupy 2.25 linear feet. They document monthly business meetings from 1844 to 1964, describing policy changes, new members, and disciplinary methods employed by one of Kentucky's oldest black churches.
Dates: circa 1844-1964
Unprocessed — Box 1
Scope and Contents These records include correspondence, financial reports, articles and bylaws, and other pertinent information describing the operating of the Community (Red Cross) Hospital. It portrays many of the problems inherent in such an operation, from large financial ones down to the individual level in the case of problems with individuals, both employees and patients. This section consists of three boxes.
Dates: circa 1945-1974
Unprocessed — Reel Microfilm Project 107
Scope and Contents These are the papers of Grace Marilynn James (1923-1989), an African-American pediatrician in Louisville. Her papers, dating from 1939 to 1989, comprise approximately twenty-one linear feet. The majority of this collection documents her medical career after her arrival in Louisville. One of the largest series describes her initiation of medical care and education for the black community through the West Louisville Medical Center, which she organized. This collection also documents...
Content Description This is a study of the impact of desegregation on student enrollment and residential patterns in the Jefferson County, Kentucky, public school district for the years 1976 to 1979. The files include statistical information, articles and newspaper clippings, and other reference material in addition to the grant proposal. There are also interim reports and the final report to the granting agency, the National Institute of Education.