This is a commemorative issue celebrating the Times' anniversary, on microfilm. History: The Louisville Times was established in 1884 as an afternoon daily newspaper. The Times ceased publication in 1987.
Archives has microfilm of one issue only: October 13, 1841. Published by James B. Marshall in Louisville, Kentucky.
Published in Louisville, Kentucky by Prentice & Weissinger. Archives has microfilm of the following issues only: May 20, 1840; June 24, 1840; Sept. 23, 1840; Feb. 3, 1841; April 7, 1841; Nov. 3, 1841; May 11, 1842; Sept. 21, 1842; and Jan. 24, 1844.
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.
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.
Archives has microfilm copy of one issue only: July 11, 1891. Published by Henry Fitzbutler.
German-language newspaper. Archives has two issues and fragments of one page of a third issue ([Jahrg. 36], Nr. 31 [9 Aug. 1903]).
A complete run of The Paper, an independent, community-based newspaper published monthly in Louisville, Kentucky by Mperfect Design from August 2011 to August 2013. The publication was dedicated to being "hyper-local" and celebrated Louisville communities by featuring positive news, primarily focused on local arts and culture.
The Portland Anchor, published monthly by Anchor Publications, serves the Portland neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, with news and information about local schools, churches, businesses, and social organizations. The University Archives has an almost complete run of the newspaper, from 1976 to the present. NOTE: The numbering of volumes and issues is not always consistent.