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Charlotte Wimp and Donald M. Butler papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1990_101-UA
Scope and Contents This collection includes World War I servicemen's letters, newspaper clippings of the U of L Women's and Men's basketball games during the years the Butlers were playing, photographs, Charlotte's high school memorabilia, and items from U of L. Included are papers containing University of Louisville memorabilia collected by the Butlers, particularly Charlotte, who attended the University of Louisville from 1912 to 1917 and played on the women's basketball team. The major topics contained in this...

Craik-Lord Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1981_099-UA
Scope and Contents Letters, clippings, a photo, legal records, and miscellany documenting the lives of descendents of James Craik, physician to George Washington. Among them were prominent clergymen James Craik and Charles Ewell Craik of Louisville, both deans of Christ Church Cathedral in and active in the national Episcopal church in the nineteenth century. Also Nathan and Samuel Lord, Louisville businessmen. Some of the records concern activities of the Lord and Stitzel families in operating the Stitzel...

Ethel Wilson Ewen papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 2007_111-UA
Scope and Contents This small collection (.10 linear foot) consists of her school records from Berea College, her Army Nurse Corps paperwork, some other World War I memorabilia, and her copies of the Kentucky State Board of Health Certificate of Birth from when she practiced midwifery. These materials were donated to the University of Louisville Archives and Records Center by her daughter, Mary Frances Meadows, in 2007. There is a short biography of Ethel Wilson Ewen in the donor file.

Mattie Jenkins Papers/American War Mothers records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1994_006-UA
Scope and Contents This collection contains records of the American War Mothers, a patriotic women's organization, and some personal papers of Mattie Jenkins, a Louisville resident who was active in the organization.

John B. "Jack" Marshall papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 2011_009-UA
Content Description The Marshall Papers consist largely of photographs he presumably took from his departure for Europe until he left the battle zone. The photographs were found in two photo albums and in an unsorted group. Marshall identified many of the photos of frontline scenes, military equipment, soldiers and events in a decorative script. The manuscript material includes military directives and commendations (in both French and English), some personal writings, undated clippings, a map of rural France, a...

McVaigh Camp Taylor collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2013_010
Content Description Three copies of "Trench and Camp" (Oct. 7, 14, 21, 1918). Includes information on the Spanish Influenza. One picture of Charles Newberry (1895-1974) in a World War I uniform. One panoramic photograph: Battery C 3rd Bn. F.A.R.D., Lt. Fred R. Deaton, Comdg. (dated 8-1-18 by the American Studio, Louisville, Ky.).

Robert Paul Papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 1981_042-UA
Scope and Contents These are Paul's personal papers, consisting of literary manuscripts, correspondence (both personal and business), photographs, and memorabilia documenting his career and family life.

Benjamin and William Pike World War I Correspondence

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 1994_046-UA
Scope and Contents The World War I letters between Benjamin and William Pike and family members were graciously lent by Aliene Pike of Columbia, Kentucky, to the University Archives in 1993 for copying. Family members include their mother, father, and sister. Both Pikes served in the United States Army from 1916 through 1919 and both were stationed overseas. The brothers letters comment on weather, scenery, speculations about what is happening back home on the farm and pleas to have everyone write to them....

William F. Porter papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2010_086-UA
Summary The overwhelming bulk of his personal papers chronicle his service during WWI in the U. S. Army Medical Corps (then known as the Sanitary Corps) as a member of a “Casual Operating Team.” The papers include what you would expect a soldier to save: induction and discharge papers, travel and other papers associated with training in Georgia, transportation to and from the war theatre in France, operation of the field military hospital, cloth military insignia, and miscellanea documenting troop...

H. Porter Pryor papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1981_092-UA
Scope and Contents Personal papers and memorabilia from World War I and the peace negotiations that followed, kept by H. Porter Pryor of Louisville.Notably photographs, illustrative materials, souvenir editions of US, French, and English newspapers, a map with pencilled combat lines, war poems (various authors, most printed), correspondence and official notices to Pryor from the U S Army and the US Civil Service Commission, correspondence to get him the position of field clerk. Also Miss Landau's...