Booklets listing events in Louisville during African American History Month. Walter W. Hutchins began his annual African American History Month Cultural Events Calendar for Louisville, Kentucky in 1992. The calendar is a day-by-day listing of local events celebrating African American History Month including special radio and television programming. The booklet also contains advertising including African American businesses and, in some issues, a guide to business and service providers by...
Personal scrapbooks/newspaper sheets, honoraria, diplomas, photos, family papers, political and social publications, and legal, legislative and business files belonging to Charles W. Anderson, Jr. and Victoria McCall Anderson as well as clippings and condolence materials associated with Attorney Anderson's tragic death.
Collection — Box: Single item DVDs, CDs and audiocassettes
Interview conducted by Ken Clay with Muhammad Ali on his show Black Is... which appeared on WAVE-TV in Louisville. They discuss Ali's refusal to serve in the Vietnam War, his conversion to Islam and following the teachings of Elijah Muhammad.
Consists of files and oral history tapes produced by Judi Jennings and Carl Ryant in the course of a project dealing with the Central Colored School. The Central Colored School was established in 1873, and the building was the first in Kentucky built specifically as a public school for African Americans. It was renamed the Mary D. Hill School in 1917, and was used as a school building until it closed in 1970. These papers consist primarily of materials relating to the grant obtained to fund the...
The microfilm contains copies of a membership list from 1898 to 1939; photographs; anniversary guides from 1969 and 1983; legal documents; and two minute books for the years 1904 to 1965. Microfilm created by University of Louisville, 1984.
This collection, which contains significant amounts of material from the 19th century, consists of records of meetings, including church business and deacons' meetings, as well as records relating to membership (membership lists, individuals joining the church and requesting letters to join other congregations). This includes church minutes from 1842 to 1948 and membership lists and directories from the 19th and 20th centuries. There are also records relating to the choir dating to the 1870s as...
The Lyman T. Johnson Papers consist of twenty boxes of material totaling approximately 23.50 linear feet. There are biographical and topical files, clipping and reference files, audio and video tapes, yearbooks, photos, plaques and awards, and diplomas. The news clippings—originally found in three-ringed binders--are frequently stapled to sheets of scrap paper which in some cases are themselves historically significant. The clippings reach back to the 1930s but the bulk hails from the 1950s to...
Correspondence among parents William and Alice Kean and their sons William L., Daniel Garner, and Henry A. Kean, and daughter Olne Kean Boone; some unidentified photographs; miscellaneous fraternal and social records; athletic scorebooks; religious notes; a sewing sample book; and a 1934 autograph book belonging to Lincoln Institute freshman Arnita Louise Young, daughter of Whitney M. Young, Sr., then dean at Lincoln and soon to be head of the school.
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Consists of KCLU board minutes, topical office files, litigation files and several topics concerning women;s rights. Also included is an FBI file on Kentucky civil libertarians. Includes records from the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. Also present is a record of committee work generated by Mary K. Bonsteel Tachau and Carl Wedekind from the late 1950s to the early 1970s.