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Board of Trustees Presidential Search Committee records

 Collection
Identifier: 2018_048
Brief Description of the Collection Records of the University of Louisville's Presidential Search Committee. Records include proposal from search firm Fink and Associates, list of desirable characteristics of a future president, community comments, feedback received during listening tours, procedures, interview schedule, and talking points for announcement of new president Neeli Bendapudi.

Bonds For Progress campaign film

 Collection — Box: Single item DVDs, CDs and audiocassettes
Identifier: 1999_022-UA
Content Description The one minute and 48 second 16mm film was presumably produced for use on television to advocate the bond issue promoted by the Bonds For Progress committee. Jesse Hopewell, a Louisville cinematographer, created the film, which includes a panoramic shot of expressway construction on the city's waterfront. The film highlighted the projects to be funded and included a group shot of University of Louisville and city leaders. Among the latter were mayoral candidates Kenneth A. Schmied and Marlin...

Agnes Synder Crume papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1985_041-UA
Scope and Contents The papers primarily consist of letters between Agnes Snyder and John Crume, youthful friends who later married. Her letters were written during her student years at the University of Louisville to Crume, who was overseas in the European theater of World War II, and as a foreign service trainee following the war. Other materials include clippings of many stories Agnes Crume wrote as a reporter for the Louisville Courier-journal; personal correspondence of the Crumes, and her father, Herbert...

Kinsolving Estate Records

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 1976_U095-UA
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of material concerning the estate of Floyd Kinsolving who died on or about the 5th day of May, 1942. According to his Last Will and Testament (copies are in the first folder) all of his property and possessions were to be left to his wife Josie H. Kinsolving. But, in the event of her not living at the time of his death "... I will bequeath and devise all my said property..., one half () to the Curators of the University of Missouri, and one half () to the University...

Ruth Lee Koch papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 1977_004-UA
Scope and Contents The collection is composed almost entirely of material relating to the Speed Scientific School (now known as the J.B. Speed School of Engineering), especially the work of its first dean, Bennett M. Brigman (1881-1938). As an employee of the university, Ms. Koch worked with Brigman during the early days of the Speed School, and in 1964 and 1965 she researched a brief history of that school. The collection includes primary documents from the 1920's and 1930's which deal with Brigman's work in...

University of Louisville yearbooks

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1973_607-UA
Scope and Contents Consists of yearbooks of the University of Louisville as a whole. Yearbooks for particular schools or colleges within the university are described separately. These works describe student activities and organizations, and include images of students. In some years, faculty are also featured. Early editions, in particular, include editorial content. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the students experimented with alternative forms for the yearbook, attempting to integrate the literary magazine...

Elizabeth Arterburn Wilson papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 1998_043-UA
Summary This collection includes records of Elizabeth Arterburn Wilson's career as Louisville recreation specialist (1930s), Louisville U.S.O. director (1940-45), recreation specialist with the American Red Cross in Germany (1945-50) and cultural affairs officer with the United States Information Agency in Hanover, Germany (1950-71). Also included are photograph albums of the Wilson family and life at the University of Louisville during the 1920s. Please note that while the photographs are in good...