Photographs (negatives and contact prints) relating to University of Louisville. Includes shots of students and campus events, including Martin Luther King, Jr.'s visit.
Snapshots, most taken - presumably by Louis Holmes - during the 1940s. The images document Holmes' experiences as a student at the University of Louisville during World War II, and his time at the University's Dental School following the war. Some of the Dental School-related images were used in the Thoroughbred, the UofL yearbook, in 1949.
Betty Smith attended the University of Louisville in the 1930s and belonged to Pi Beta Phi sorority. These seventeen snapshots were found in a photograph album belonging to Smith by her daughter and donated to the University Archives and Records Center in May 2009. They are labeled and date from 1936 and 1937.
First issue (Vol. 1:1 April 19, 2002) of an independent University of Louisville student newspaper. The newspaper is a single sheet (printed on both sides) and it is unknown whether additional issues were produced. A student publication with same name was published in the 1970s (Acc. # 1973-514 UA) located in reported in Archives Space to be in “UARC Serials Drawer” could not be found in September, 2021.
Sixteen small photos taken by Robert Fitzpatrick while a student at UofL in the 1930s. Includes images of campus buildings, professors, and social events.