The collection contains Mallalieu's research notes and teaching material relating to his unpublished histories of Louisville and the University of Louisville.
Includes two taped interviews with John Mallon, author of the 1956 city/county merger plan as well as personal papers related to the merger, including minutes, reports, news clippings, brochures, and correspondence. Tom Owen interviewed Mallon.
Business records of the Manly Messenger, a monthly neighborhood magazine published in the late 1970s in Old Louisville. Includes promotional, advertising, and distribution records and contracts.
Maps and atlases of the Louisville/Jefferson County area collected by Archives and Special Collections. A variety of dates are represented, from the early 19th century to the 1970s. Several of the 19th century atlases are reprints. The 1876, 1879, 1884 and 1913 atlases are also available online.
Seven oral histories conducted by Porter McConnell for her undergraduate thesis on the Park Duvalle neighborhood. Interviewees include: Ben Richmond, Carolyn Gatz, Charles Cash, Gary Gambrell, Joe Gleissner, Suzy Post and Jack Trawick. Transcripts available. A non-circulating hard copy of the thesis is available in UARC-call number: HD7304.L8 M33 2000
Consists of two volumes: Volume 1 concerns the physical history of Louisville, "i.e., political and military history, commerce, manufactures, municipal organizations." Volume 2 - "Intellectual Progress; i.e., development of courts, press and literature, religious history, schools and charties, and social history." Microfilmed by the University of Louisville University Archives and Records Center,1974.
The log book is a daily financial record of Miller's dental practice, indexed by patient name, which lists procedures performed, cost, and payment history. There is also an undated news clipping about a free dental clinic run by Miller.
This is an artificial collection of newspapers and newsletters published by various neighborhood associations, county organizations, and independent publishers that had previously been stored in the Reference Files at the University Archives and Records Center.