Contains summons and indentures relating to persons in (or suspected of being in) Jefferson County, Virginia/Kentucky. Several documents reference a debt on the part of one Robert Daniel; another pertains to Louisville land sold by "John Connolly late Lieutenant Colonel Commandant in the provincial line of the British army in North America, Esquire," to John Campbell.
135 black and white, 8 x 10 inch gelatin silver print photographs of the destruction from the April 4, 1974 tornado. Most photographs were taken in the Crescent Hill neighborhood of Louisville but there are also about fifteen of Cherokee Park and five of the Exposition Fairgrounds. Photographs were taken by John Clements (aka Industrial Photographic Service).
Newsclippings and miscellaneous items relating to the flood of 1997 in the Louisville area, including a county map of recorded rainfall measurements.
Office of Academic Planning and Accountability (OAPA) administrative files on program accreditation and reviews, community engagement, and affiliated centers and institutes including Simmons College. OAPA is under the Office of the Executive Vice President and University Provost and oversees the areas of institutional research and planning, institutional effectiveness, and accreditation and academic planning.
This collection includes some of Dr. Acland's files, correspondence and photos, along with production notes on the Video Atlas of Human Anatomy. Two of the custom-made armatures Dr. Acland built are also in the collection.
Actors Theatre of Louisville (ATL) videos, chiefly umatic tapes, are from the early 1980s. They contain film of rehearsals, performances and interviews relating to ATL performances of Humana Festival productions.
This unprocessed collection consists of Joan Titley Adams' working papers while at the University of Louisville, research and draft materials from her medical and historical writing, along with personal papers, photos and mementos.