Includes three notebooks, one relating to the Louisville Commercial Club compiled in 1955-1959; one relating to Marcus Blakely Allmond (1851-1909), a faculty member at Male High School; and one relating to Allmond Avenue in the Beechwood area, correspondence, photographs.
These papers document Alluisi's tenure as chair and executive committee member of the Kentucky chapter of "Scientists and Engineers for Johnson-Humphrey."
These collection contains the papers of the A.A.U.P., including the Walter N. Scott case, 1966 and Committee T: reports, minutes, correspondence, and memoranda, 1967-1968, reports on faculty compensation by the Economic Welfare Committee, circa 1976.
Minutes from the University of Louisville chapter of the AAUP for 1955-1965, 1972 and 1975. Also includes files from Committee T (1967-68) and the Economic Welfare Committee (1975), as well as another file that may relate to a grievance.
These papers document Ray Bixler's tenure with the University of Louisville department of psychology, his chairmanship of that department, and involvement with issues of civil rights and open housing in Louisville. Among the papers are correspondence, memoranda, articles, and reports.
In addition, the collection includes a manuscript by Bixler titled _Incest_.
"Conquest," a game invented by Robert Ernst, a professor at the Speed Scientific School and later its dean, 1947-1969.
Accreditation records for the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) and its programs. Materials include unit meeting minutes, planning documents, faculty scholarship and workloads, program parternships, and program reviews.