Lectures given by Richard Alpert (Baba Ram Dass) in the Library lecture lounge, in the late 1960s or early 1970s. Title = "Richard Alpert: on consciousness and then some."
John Ward worked as a salesman for the Aluminum Home Products Corporation, manufacturer of aluminum windows, doors, awnings and aluminum siding under the trade name Alhom, from 1958 to 1960. This one linear foot collection contains his sales records, price lists and sample books and provides a portrait of the early history of the aluminum home products business. Also included are forms used for home improvement loans from several banks in the Louisville area.
These collection contains the papers of the A.A.U.P., including the Walter N. Scott case, 1966 and Committee T: reports, minutes, correspondence, and memoranda, 1967-1968, reports on faculty compensation by the Economic Welfare Committee, circa 1976.
Minutes from the University of Louisville chapter of the AAUP for 1955-1965, 1972 and 1975. Also includes files from Committee T (1967-68) and the Economic Welfare Committee (1975), as well as another file that may relate to a grievance.
The library has the introductory reel and reels 104 and 105, which contain correspondence relating to Kentucky. The reels are part of a microfilm edition of 372 reels. (Microfilm of a manuscript collection in the Amistad Research Center, Dillard University.)
The materials consist of a cap and an arm band from the American War Mothers organization. They date from the World War II era.
Master tapes and vinyl recordings from the Ancient Order of Assassins label, along with a DVD and pamphlet on the history of the label. Includes digital audio tapes (DAT). This collection is part of the Louisville Underground Music Archive (LUMA) Project.