A plaque from the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame, and another noting Barry Bingham, Senior's honorary degree from the University of Louisville and the naming of the Humanities Building in his honor. Also includes one scrapbook on Barry Bingham's receipt of the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award in 1964 and a mounted letter from Mary Bingham to the University Club.
Originally published by J.M. Gresham in Chicago and Philadelphia in 1896. Microfilmed in Louisville, Kentucky by the University Archives and Records Center, 1976. "Embracing biographies of many of the prominent men and families of the state."
This collection contains Dr. Bird's Accounts, January 1883-August 1887; Obstetrical Records 1875-1882 from his practice; Recipe for Medicines; biographical information about Dr. Bird; and a LMC Commencement Invitation 1876.
These papers document Ray Bixler's tenure with the University of Louisville department of psychology, his chairmanship of that department, and involvement with issues of civil rights and open housing in Louisville. Among the papers are correspondence, memoranda, articles, and reports.
In addition, the collection includes a manuscript by Bixler titled _Incest_.
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.
Records contain newsletters, clippings, a recruiting proposal, fact sheets and press releases. The material documents the BSU's effort to persuade the university to expand academic course offerings, financial aid, and tutorial programs. It also documents a subsequent confrontation and occupation of a university building and the arrest, expulsion and reinstatement of some of the participants.
A typescript of Bloom's personal reflections on life in Louisville during the Civil War era.
Bus tokens from the Blue Motor Coach line.