Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:
Summary Hassett's papers include personal papers and correspondence; speech files; topical and reference clipping files related mostly to historic preservation as well as other topics of interest including travel; Historic Home's board working papers and printed material related to city planning.
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This small collection includes just four series and six folders. Samples of her poetry are tucked inside a Dun & Bradstreet Operations Folder. By far the largest amount of material stems from her World War II correspondence with five different soldiers, at least two of whom appeared to become serious beaux.
Collection — Box 1
Summary Consists of materials collected by community activist Tina Hester, some of which relate to the Metropolitan Louisville Women's Politcal Caucus, the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, and the Jefferson County chapter of the National Organization for Women. Includes campaign materials for female candidates for local and state offices from the late 1990s.
Content Description Minutes, reports, correspondence, constitution and bylaws, yearbooks and memorabilia documenting the history of the Highland Mothers Club.
Summary This collection documents the life and work of Allie Hixson, Kentucky feminist. The largest portion of the collection is contained in series titled "Organizational Work" (13.75 linear feet) and "Topical and Reference" (6.25 linear feet). Due to Hixson's vast organizational work and feminist interests, this material frequently overlaps. The collection also includes personal and biographical material as well as her own writing on a variety of subjects. Topics covered in this collection include...
Dates: 1924-2005; Majority of material found within 1970-2000
Brief description of the collection This collection contains clippings, memorabilia, course notes, programs and correspondence, and the unpublished writings of Mariam Houchens. Also included in this collection is material from the University of Louisville Women's Club, which contains correspondence, interest groups documents, memo edition, and miscellaneous newsletters. Copies of her diaries (in seven volumes), transcribed by her son David, are also included in this collection. A digital version is also available.
Scope and Contents The Mary Churchill Humphrey papers include drafts and manuscripts of her unpublished writings, correspondence with family, friends and associates. Much of both the writings and correspondence are in French. The collection also includes photographs and scrapbooks, with three scrapbooks of material related to Mary Churchill Humphrey’s grandfather The Rev. E.P. Humphrey. Of particular interest is Humphrey’s extensive correspondence with François Monod (d. 1952?). The collection includes...
Dates: 1887-1969; Majority of material found within 1920-1969
Scope and Contents This collection includes secretaries' records for the organization from 1943 to 1979; membership files dating from 1946 to 1981; presidents' files, 1973-1974; newsletters, 1975-1982; board minutes, 1974-1978; Secretaries' Week records, 1965-1980; and financial records, 1978-1982. Correspondence, minutes and reports for 1992 to 1996 were accessioned in 1999. Board of Directors, membership, and administrative records for 1993-2012 were accessioned in 2014. Additionally this accretion includes...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Summary The Selma Jacob Papers consist largely of the literary material from her later retirement years concentrated in the 1987 to 1996 years. Some of the items may predate 1987, but Jacob frequently did not date her writing, even the newsletters she produced. There is very little biographical material included in these papers. About.3 linear feet of the collection is personal information, legal documents, printed material or memorabilia. The rest is her literary production, both published and...
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...