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The Beanery: a village named Ormsby, James W. Settle memoirs

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 2002_039-UA
Content Description Two copies of Dr. Settle's memoir concerning his early childhood as a charge of Ormsby Village children's home, his schooling at the Kentucky Military Institute, his Navy service during World War II, and his life since that time. The memoir also documents his participation in marching bands and his service as a flight inspector during the war for Consolidated Aircraft Corporation, also known as Consairways Transport Service. Dr. Settle became a dentist after the war and settled in California.
Dates: 2002

Memorial history of Louisville from its first settlement to the year 1896 (microfilm)

 Collection
Identifier: 1973_454-UA
Content Description 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.
Dates: 1896