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Boyd Martin theater papers

 Collection — Box: 17
Identifier: 1973_U078-UA
Scope and Contents Collection contains mainly scrapbooks containing reviews, cast lists and other papers related to Martin's work in local theater companies including Macauley’s Theater, Masonic Theater, Little Theater Company, and the University of Louisville’s UofL Players, and Belknap Players. Also found in the collection are correspondence files including programs, playbills, prompt books, posters, and photos.

Ernest C. Hassold Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1977_049-UA
Scope and Contents Ernest Christopher Hassold, born in Corunna, Indiana in 1896, was a professor at the University of Louisville from 1927 until 1966. During those years he served as chair of the English Department and head of the Division of Humanities, a position he helped create. These three boxes contain mostly papers, addresses and reports written by Hassold during his years at the university. This includes reports Hassold wrote for the American Council of Learned Societies and the Office of Military...

Louis A. Krumholz papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1982_016-UA
Scope and Contents The collection includes student papers, manuscripts, correspondence, reviewers' notes, field and laboratory notes, reports, material relating to the Atomic Energy Commission at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and other university material. There are also oral history interviews with Krumholz in the Oral History Center collection.

Charles Henry Parrish papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1996_097-UA
Scope and Contents The Charles Henry Parrish, Jr. papers, document the lives of his parents, wife and daughter, as well as his career in teaching, civil rights and community work. As a Louisville family whose work revolved around the local community, the Charles Henry Parrish, Jr., Papers reflect the growth of their work in human rights and community concerns in this region.The Charles Henry Parrish, Sr., and Mary V. Cook Parrish records, 1897-1945, include insurance policies, correspondence on legal...

Morton Walker papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1990-076-UA
Scope and Contents Morton Walker's papers (2.875 linear feet) are divided into seven series.The Walker collection is divided into seven series collated into three boxes. The collection is rather evenly divided among these eight series; however the major materials on Walker's work with the Louisville Board of Education is contained in the newspaper clippings of Series IV and VI and the Board of Education reports and articles in Series V. Series I - Biographical and Correspondence, includes biographical...