Newsclippings and miscellaneous items relating to the flood of 1997 in the Louisville area, including a county map of recorded rainfall measurements.
These papers contain manuscript material relating to the 1937 flood in Louisville, as documented in newspapers, magazines and miscellaneous sources.
During the early 1960s, Charles Castner produced a public affairs series called "Kentucky Profiles" for WHAS radio. Later, Castner, a longtime railroad history enthusiast, worked as a public relations and information officer for the L & N Railroad Company, subsequently the Seaboard Systems Railroad.
Pictorial accounts of Louisville's 1937 flood and 1974 tornado from the Courier-Journal.
Audiotape of broadcast made during the 1937 flood of the Ohio River. Portions were made under the call letters WFBR (Baltimore), WSM (Nashville) and WHAS (Louisville). The broadcast consists primarily of emergency communications, directing emergency crews and supplies to various locations during the 1937 flood.
Letters to the neighborhoods editor of the Courier-Journal recounting the events of the 1937 Flood for a 50th anniversary commemorative piece. The letters are in alphabetical order by author. Most are hand-written. Respondents tell of the events they experienced during the flood.
Consists of newspapers, booklets and maps relating to the 1937 flooding of the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky.
35mm newsreel of the 1937 flood in Louisville, Kentucky, as shown in movie theaters.
Loring's papers include published works, photographs, a resume, graduate material, and newspaper clippings. His study of the Zeeman Effect is documented. There is one file relating to his association with the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies. Also included are photographs documenting experiments and experimental results, and the Ohio River flood of 1937.