Papers relating to Bill Morison's role as a faculty member in the Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Louisville. Materials include memos, minutes from departmental and college faculty and committee meetings, flyers, lists, and other communications to groups of faculty.
Records relating to Bill Morison's role as a faculty member in the Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Louisville and his role as the University Archivist. Materials consist primarily of the scholarly works, record of service to the university, and correspondence. A small portion of the records cover general administrative aspects of the University Archives and Records Center.
Papers of Dr. Carl G. Ryant, professor of history at the University of Louisville. Includes oral history transcripts, correspondence, and material relating to his research, particularly on the subject of chain stores. There are also records relating to activity in professional organizations.
This group contains mementos of the late 19th century Louisville College of Dentistry including announcements, and programs for the History of Kentucky Dentistry, 1636-1960. . It also includes addresses on dental economics, health insurance, and minutes of the Kentucky State Dental Association from 1860 to 1861, as well as lists of Kentucky dentists and American Dental Association rhetoric on social security in the 1930s and 1940s.
The papers contain a small amount of correspondence, but the bulk is composed of typescripts of his "Money Talks" articles, written during the opening years of World War II, and a clippings notebook from 1946 to 1950.
These papers contain Edward Sutt's teaching material, and include lecture notes, class books, and examinations.