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AfAm. African American Life in Louisville

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Identifier: AfAm

Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:

Louisville Municipal College [master's thesis]

 Unprocessed — Box Student papers 1
Identifier: 1973_672-UA

Louisville Municipal College scrapbook

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1973_260-UA

Louisville Presbyterian Community Center records

 Collection
Identifier: 1977_176-UA
Scope and Contents This collection consists of 12 linear feet and includes a large number of photographs, circa 1900 to 1960's; several scrapbooks which cover various years and do not span the entire history of Presbyterian Community Center; programs, 1906-1928; budget papers for the years 1954-1960; community chest materials for 1956-1958; reports of audit for 1918-1961 (1919 is missing); annual reports circa 1908 to 1944 and minutes and correspondence from 1938 to 1962. Also included are various single items of...

Lyman T. Johnson Papers

 Unprocessed — Box 1
Identifier: 2017_082

Mary Louise Hubbard Woolsey papers

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2012_019-UA

Lois Morris papers

 Collection
Identifier: 57K
Scope and Contents These are the papers of Lois Morris (1919-1989), former Louisville alderman and civil rights leader.The papers of Lois Walker Morris, dating from 1920 to 1988, were donated to the University of Louisville shortly after her death by Dr Ralph Morris, her husband. The papers provide an overview of Morris' interests and activism especially in regard to African-American women. The largest series is titled "Politically Active Organizations" (3.75 linear feet) concerning groups of which...

Ralph Morris papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2004_030-UA
Content Description These materials, belonging to Dr. Ralph Morris, were identified in 1996 during the processing of the personal papers of his wife, Lois. They reflect the professional, personal and public interests of an African-American physician in Louisville, Kentucky in the years 1955-1990. Alcina Morris' (Ralph's mother) correspondence is also found along with indications that she - and perhaps even for a time her son Ralph - had lived in Trinidad. Dr. Morris died August 7, 1998 at age 76.