This is a videorecording of a talk given by newspaper editor and publisher John H. Harralson, Jr., about his life, career, and the newspaper he published, the Voice-Tribune. Harralson made the remarks to the Downtown (Louisville) Rotary Club on July 27, 2000.
This group contains three issues of the Highland Olde Towner, a neighborhood newspaper about the Highlands neighborhood of Louisville: Volume 1 #6 (May 3, 1975); Volume 1 #7 (June 7, 1975); and Volume 2 #1 (August 1975).
The Independent was a Louisville-based weekly newspaper, produced by former staffers of the University of Louisville's Cardinal, to serve as an alternative source of news and entertainment.
"This index to the Louisville Courier-journal is the product of the ... staff of the Louisville Free Public Library from September 1917 through September 1977." Five additional reels were filmed in 1986 to include the index from 1977 to 1986.
Microfilm of a weekly newspaper covering Jefferson County, Kentucky. The newspaper was first issued in 1907 and merged with the Voice of St. Matthews in 1965. This microfilm includes issues from 1907 to 1912. Microfilmed in Louisville, Kentucky by the University of Louisville, 1975.
Papers include two transcripts of oral history interviews conducted in 1989 by Jefferson Keith with his mother Alice Keith as well as an undated photocopy of "Memories of the Louisville Times in 1950's, collected by Effie Walsh before the death of Richard Harwood," with contributions by David Binder, Howard Bray, Bea Harwood, Dick Harwood, Alice Keith, Effie Walsh, and John Walsh.
A microfilmed copy of the Kentucy Irish American, 1898-1968.
Two newspapers (New Albany Daily Ledger and Louisville Daily Union Press) dated April 15, 1865, including reports of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination.