This scrapbook contains newsclippings on local topics such as education, annexation, growth of suburbs, economic development, public policy, and neighborhoods in the Louisville metropolitan area.
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.
These papers consist of clippings, reports, minutes, correspondence and reference materials related to a proposed merger of Louisville and Jefferson County. There are also materials on merger proposals dating from the 1950s and files related to downtown redevelopment.
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.
This scrapbook was compiled by Ms. Anastasia Faulstich, Clerk-Secretary to Mr. Veith. The scrapbook spans the years, February 1961 to November 1969, and contains newspaper clippings on the activities of the Comptroller's office, as well as the general political scene. There are a few photographs, a publication of the Louisville Fraternal Order of Police (August 1963) and a series of newsletters reporting the economic progress of the city.
Richard Vissing, the first full-time mayor of Jeffersonville, Indiana, across the Ohio River from Louisville, served five terms from 1960 to the 1980s. This collection contains scrapbooks, photographs, and news clippings concerning Vissing's political career. There is also correspondence and personal papers, newsletters, printed material, and framed certificates.