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AfAm. African American Life in Louisville

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Identifier: AfAm

Found in 77 Collections and/or Records:

Lyman T. Johnson papers

Identifier: 2004_076-UA
Summary The Lyman T. Johnson Papers consist of twenty boxes of material totaling approximately 23.50 linear feet. There are biographical and topical files, clipping and reference files, audio and video tapes, yearbooks, photos, plaques and awards, and diplomas. The news clippings—originally found in three-ringed binders--are frequently stapled to sheets of scrap paper which in some cases are themselves historically significant. The clippings reach back to the 1930s but the bulk hails from the 1950s to...
Dates: 1930-1995

Joseph McMillan office files

 Unprocessed — Box 1
Identifier: 1987_031-UA

Justice Resource Center demonstration posters

Identifier: 2012_056-UA
Content Description Twelve posters, dating from the 1980s to the early 2000s, used in demonstrations in the Louisville area in support of economic and civil rights, particularly as relating to police brutality, racial justice, and pollution. These materials were received from the home of Reverend Louis H. Coleman, Jr., founder and longtime director of the Justice Resource Center.
Dates: 1980-2003

Kean family papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2014_110-UA
Content Description Correspondence among parents William and Alice Kean and their sons William L., Daniel Garner, and Henry A. Kean, and daughter Olne Kean Boone; some unidentified photographs; miscellaneous fraternal and social records; athletic scorebooks; religious notes; a sewing sample book; and a 1934 autograph book belonging to Lincoln Institute freshman Arnita Louise Young, daughter of Whitney M. Young, Sr., then dean at Lincoln and soon to be head of the school.
Dates: circa 1926-1938

The Louisville Leader

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1973_651-UA
Scope and Contents The Louisville Leader was established in 1917 by I. Willis Cole. Original copies of the newspaper were first housed in the Cole Publishing Company building where they were badly damaged by a fire in 1954. Eventually, the family gave the badly deteriorated bulk of the collection to Kentucky State University in Frankfort, Kentucky, who loaned them to the University of Louisville in 1978 for microfilming. The series was supplemented by personal copies graciously donated by the editor's widow, Mrs....
Dates: 1917-1950

Ronald Lewis Louisville music collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2014_003-UA
Content Description CDs, 45s and DVDs of local jazz, gospel, rhythm and blues, funk artists, and jug bands associated with Mr. Wonderful Productions. Also includes a few flyers and other related documentation.
Dates: 1940-2015

Lincoln Institute of Kentucky scrapbooks and photograph album (microfilm)

Identifier: 1973_472-UA
Content Description The scrapbooks and photograph album document the school's history from its founding to 1971. The volumes include newspaper clippings, correspondence, promotional literature, printed programs, periodic reports, minutes, legal papers, and typescripts of brief historical narratives and speeches. Microfilmed by University of Louisville, University Archives and Records Center,
Dates: 1904-1971

Lincoln Institute photographs from scrapbook

 Unprocessed — Folder 1
Identifier: 1979_053-PA

Louisville Defender photographs

Identifier: 1985_026-PA

Louisville Municipal College class records

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1973_258-UA