This collection includes three folders of transcriptions of editorial commentaries by Peter Conn for the period August 19, 1974- May 16, 1975. These commentaries, entitled "Prose & Conn," were broadcast daily on WHAS-TV.
This collection contains the letters, clippings, scrapbooks, speeches, and diaries concerning the life of A.Y. Ford. The collection begins with Ford's student days at Brown University (circa 1883), and covers primarily his work as a Louisville journalist, businessman, and university president. Accession 1998-155 added miscellaneous photographs, printed material, diary pages, and correspondence of Arthur Ford, Salem Ford, and Mrs. Salem Ford.
Papers include two transcripts of oral history interviews conducted in 1989 by Jefferson Keith with his mother Alice Keith as well as an undated photocopy of "Memories of the Louisville Times in 1950's, collected by Effie Walsh before the death of Richard Harwood," with contributions by David Binder, Howard Bray, Bea Harwood, Dick Harwood, Alice Keith, Effie Walsh, and John Walsh.
Woolsey's papers consist of a small amount of correspondence and a speech, copies and drafts of feature articles, reporters notes, reference materials on African Americans in Kentuckiana (i.e., the areas of Kentucky and Indiana in the Louisville metropolitan area) and miscellaneous newsclippings.