The Schnitzelburg News; 1977-1987, a Germantown newspaper in Louisville, Kentucky. This collection also includes drafts and communications.
The typescript is Schroerlucke's reflections concerning his ministry in an inner-city church and his growing involvement in seeking racial justice in Louisville.
A semi-monthly publication. Archives has twenty-four issues beginning with Volume 13, #25, February 15, 1934 to Volume 14, #24, February 1, 1935. "A service to visitors." Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 12 (July 15, 1938); title from cover.
The newspaper was sponsored by the Beechmont Civic Club serving the neighborhoods of Beechmont, Churchill Downs, and Highland Park in Louisville. Published weekly in Louisville, Kentucky by John P. Golden, 937 Hill St. Archives only has v. 2, no. 22 (Dec. 20, 1939).
This small collection contains the papers relating to William Brown Stansbury's 1977 Mayoral Campaign and his first six months in office in 1978 as Mayor of Louisville, Kentucky. The campaign materials include the candidate's policy statements on employment, crime, city administration and the role of neighborhoods.