Letter copy books created by Parrish during the time he was president of Eckstein Norton Institute; one reel microfilm.
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,
Photocopies and one original annual announcement from the Louisville National Medical College founded for African Americans in 1888 by W. A. Burney, R. Conrad, and Henry Fitzbutler, M.D. The school closed in 1912.
Two scrapbooks, 1926-27 yearbook, one 1928 unsigned diploma.
Wilson's papers document his teaching career including publications of the Kentucky Negro Education Association and the Kentucky Teachers Association, reports of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, and correspondence and audits for the Red Cross Hospital in Louisville dating from 1965 to 1970.