"Conquest," a game invented by Robert Ernst, a professor at the Speed Scientific School and later its dean, 1947-1969.
Faculty papers of Thomas H. Crawford. Records document key aspects of Dr. Crawford's service to the University, including teaching and administration, and the greater Louisville community. Files include minutes of university meetings, internal studies, records related to university personnel matters, and records related to local, state, and international science fairs.
These papers contain notes and working drafts of Davies's book, as well as his correspondence with professional and amateur botanists regarding Shortia galacifolia.
Portraits of William Ekstrom from childhood through adulthood. Photographs includes images of parents, siblings, extended family and friends.
Administrative records for the Office of the Provost's Faculty Affairs. These materials were created and maintained to facilitate the operations and management of faculty personnel. Records include policies, procedures, memos, correspondence, and related records.
Master personnel files for faculty and administrators who have been terminated from the University of Louisville on account of retirement, resignation, expiration of contract, or death. Also master personnel files for faculty and administrators who were still active in August 2021. All records after August 2021 are retained electronically in Faculty Affairs.
This collection contains primarily materials related to Dr. Fink’s tenure as a professor at U of L. These resources include syllabi, research notes, letters of recommendation, financial records of departments, and peer evaluations. There is also information relating to the French Players and the different plays they worked on through Dr. Fink’s association with them. Also records of the Louisville Chapter of the Alliance Française.