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Louisville neighborhood history oversized material

 Collection
Identifier: 1973_440-UA
Content Description Includes maps of Butchertown (1884), the Falls of the Ohio (1819 and 1824), and an Atlas of Henry and Shelby Counties (1882) as well as a copy of a 1917 map of Camp Zachary Taylor. More recent materials cover West Louisville (1950 pollution sampling map and charts), Old Louisvlle (1965), Portland (1990 and 2004), and downtown Louisville (1962). An undated series of maps covers Fisherville, Middletown/Jeffersontown, Anchorage, Fairmount/Seatonville, O'Bannon, and Boston. Courier-Journal...
Dates: 1819-1990

Old Louisville neighborhood newsletters

 Collection
Identifier: 2019_021
Content Description Copies of Old Louisville On the Go (21 December 2017-14 June, 2018), the Historic Old Louisville Newsletter (21-28 June 2018), and the Old Louisville Information Center Newsletter (September 1991).
Dates: 1991-2018; Majority of material found in 2018

Tracks: a musical tribute to Highland Park

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 2000_015-UA
Content Description The videotape records a performance of "Tracks: A Musical Tribute to Highland Park," written by Dave Meredith, performed by the Highland Middle School Choir. Meredith also performed vocals and keyboard. Jessica Scharff and Kate Welsh are identified as additional vocal soloists.
Dates: 1999

George H. Yater papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2005_071-UA
Scope and Contents This collection consists of material relating to Yater's interests in the history of Louisville, Kentucky and the history of rail transportation. There are also some personal papers and records from George and Marjory Yater. The vast majority of these materials date to the 20th century. The topical files that make up a large portion of this collection contain newspaper clippings, brochures, photocopied materials, research notes, and photographs. Also included in the collection are images in...
Dates: 1852-2004