Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes school catalogs, yearbooks, promotional literature, scrapbooks, and photographs; together with minutes and other publications of the school's sponsoring agency, General Association of Kentucky Baptists, formerly the General Association of Colored Baptists in Kentucky. Also present is material on Central Law School and Louisville National Medical College, affiliates of the college, and on the history of the General Assocation and black Baptists in Kentucky, African...
Scope and Contents The Smith/McGill family papers is a collection of personal and business documents from James Edward Smith, Verna Smith and Charlotte Smith McGill. The material contains information from 1879 to 1978. The papers consist of correspondence, financial and legal documents, printed and handwritten material, scrapbooks, and a large group of photographs. Specific topics, arranged alphabetically are: Calvary Baptist Church, Domestic Life and Accident Insurance Co., Fidelity Industrial Plan, Kentucky...
Scope and Contents The personal papers of Frank L. Stanley, Sr. and the records of the Louisville Defender (1933-), the newspaper for which he served as general manager, editor, and president for thirty-eight years, are intertwined. The collection contains 41.75 linear feet of material, with portions preserved on microfilm. The papers were donated to the University of Louisville in 1983 by Stanley's widow, Vivian Clark Stanley, and his son, Kenneth Stanley. The ...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description Papers include an autograph book, Louisville Municipal College items, clipping scrapbooks, honorary plaques, family photographs including dance materials, performance programs, academic records and school memorabilia, and family memorabilia for the Stokes and Jackson families. Walter and Jessie Stokes were African Americans who attended Louisville Municipal College. Walter was a successful Commonwealth Life Insurance salesman; he died September 9, 2012.
Unprocessed — Box Student papers 1
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Scope and Contents The Murray B. Atkins Walls papers mainly document her career as a leader in the struggle for integrated facilities, open housing and civil rights in Louisville, Kentucky from the mid-1930's through the 1970's. Less fully-documented is the life and career of her husband, Dr. John H. Walls, a black physician who practiced in Louisville for over 50 years, who was also very active in the cause of civil rights. The papers also include a small series on the Atkins family and Mrs. Walls' father Dr....
Unprocessed — Box 1
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