Materials submitted by University of Louisville student, Elizabeth Gaskins, as part of the Documenting Your Experience during the Covid-19 Outbreak project. On March 11, 2020, the University of Louisville adopted measures to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, including moving classroom instruction online, limiting campus events, and allowing employees to work from home. This letter was written from a home office on March 26, 2020 to the author’s future self.
Photographs (negatives and contact prints) relating to University of Louisville. Includes shots of students and campus events, including Martin Luther King, Jr.'s visit.
Clippings, programs, and photographs collected by donor as student during 1950-1952.
The collection includes materials relating to Hatcher's attendance at Louisville’s Male High School and the University of Louisville, including commencement booklets and literary magazines. His participation in theatrical productions, including opera, are documented through photographs and programs. His post-collegiate involvement with the Kiwanis Club is captured in Kiwanis programs, newsletters, and related correspondence.
Materials submitted by University of Louisville graduate teaching assistant and Ph.D. candidate, Kelly Hill, as part of the Documenting Your Experience during the Covid-19 Outbreak project. On March 11, 2020, the University of Louisville adopted measures to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, including moving classroom instruction online, limiting campus events, and allowing employees to work from home. This personal reflection was written on March 25, 2020.
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.
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.
A variety of material from Intramural and Recreational Sports, formerly held in their director's office. This small group of materials includes photographs of events, including both Intramural events such as the Turtle Derby and Ellis Mendelsohn's retirement dinner; certificates (mostly for Ellis Mendelsohn); framed sketches of UofL gym buildings; an intramural blanket and t-shirt; and a term paper written by Ellis Mendelsohn for a course taken an Indiana University.