The videotape contains twenty-two minutes of the 1953 Kentucky Invitational Tournament men's basketball game between Western Kentucky State College and the University of Louisville. The tape was created from film converted by Western Kentucky University in 2000. The game was played at the Armory (later the Gardens of Louisville).
This microfilm reproduces a scrapbook containing clippings, sketches and other memorabilia concerning Koster's athletic career during high school, college, and in professional baseball.
These papers document the University of Louisville women's basketball team between 1913 and 1916 and the graduation of the 1916 liberal arts class. The papers originally consisted of a bound journal, 1913-1914, which held photographs, clippings, and cartoons by McCallum; a scrapbook, circa 1913-1916; and a graduation book, 1916.
The collection contains scrapbooks, photographs, trophies, fiscal records, player statistics, speeches, clippings, and writings by William L. Grubbs, organizer of the Messick's Minuatures team. An interview with Grubbs is included in the Louisville and Nashville Railroad oral history interview project in the University of Louisville Oral History Center collection.
Contains publications and press releases from the Metro Athletic Conference from the period 1980-1982. Includes the official magazine, newspaper and press releases. Also includes "Metro: Metropolitan Collegiate Athletic Conference" magazine, essentially a basketball program, with base content that was re-used, and scouting reports and other information pertinent to a particular game.
5 photographs and 2 newspaper clippings documenting UofL womens basketball in the 1960s. One photo is of Susan Rose and mens star basketball player Wesley Unseld. There is also an undated “Play Day” schedule of intercollegiate regional college/university extramural womens basketball games sponsored by the Womens Recreation Association of Centre College in Danville, KY where UofL women played. Ms. Rose played womens basketball at UofL in the 1963-67 years.
Pro trading cards for former U of L football and basketball players. These cards were originally filed in reference files.