This collection contains biographical informatino and correspondence to three generations of the Eddy family, five who were graduates of Louisville medical schools in the 19th century.
Accreditation records for the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) and its programs. Materials include unit meeting minutes, planning documents, faculty scholarship and workloads, program parternships, and program reviews.
Portraits of William Ekstrom from childhood through adulthood. Photographs includes images of parents, siblings, extended family and friends.
The Elkes papers are organized in nine series: Series I, Personal and Biographical; Series II, Correspondence; Series III, Literary Production; Series IV, Teaching; Series V, Professional Activity; Series VI, Memberships; Series VII, Reference Files; Series VIII, Reprints; and Series IX, Patient Files (RESTRICTED).
This collection contains lLeather saddlebags with assorted bottles and other contents from late 19th century.
Family memorabilia, U of L Medical School yearbook for 1909 and photographs from the Ennis' time as a medical student, including a shot of Ennis and some of his classmates posing with their anatomy cadaver. Ennis was a member of Phi Chi faternity while in medical school, and there is material that documents that involvement. He graduated in 1909.
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.