Identified as "A Directory That Directs," this published guide is also billed as a "list of hotels, churches theatres and other valuable information." Pocket in size, the book serves as a small city street directory and provides information on clubs, hospitals, some businesses, and other organizations. The name of C.T. Dearing, Bookseller, at 232-236 Fourth Ave. in Louisville is printed on the first page.
Collection includes 30 posters and fliers related to the Louisville music scene, circa the 1990's. The punk rock band Telephone Man, in which Hennies drummed, is particularily well-represented. This collection is part of the Louisville Underground Music Archive (LUMA) project.
This group contains three issues of the Highland Olde Towner, a neighborhood newspaper about the Highlands neighborhood of Louisville: Volume 1 #6 (May 3, 1975); Volume 1 #7 (June 7, 1975); and Volume 2 #1 (August 1975).
Four binders and two loose photographic prints featuring historic buildings, structures, and views of Louisville. One binder contains primarily reproductions of photographs, with a few reproductions of prints. A second binder consists primarily of photographic reproductions of prints. Two other binders contain photographs taken during the construction of the "Big Four" bridge. Dates given are for the original photographs and prints; it is unclear when the copies were made.
Consists of two volumes: v. 1. General history; History of Jefferson County, Ky.; The history of Louisville. -- v. 2. Precincts of Jefferson County, Ky.; General histories of Clark and Floyd counties, Ind.; New Albany and Floyd County.; Clark County, and Jeffersonville. Originally published: Cleveland, Ohio, L. A. Williams & co., 1882. Microfilmed by University Archives in 1974.
"This index to the Louisville Courier-journal is the product of the ... staff of the Louisville Free Public Library from September 1917 through September 1977." Five additional reels were filmed in 1986 to include the index from 1977 to 1986.
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.