This collection contains one microscope manufactured by Spencer Microscope in Buffalo, New York, for use in World War I. It has a folding tripod base and a black pot metal carrying case.
The papers were assembled from scattered locations among the holdings of Kornhauser Health Sciences Library in 1983, in an effort to make them more accessible for research. The collection includes original manuscripts by the Yandells, and a number of printed pamphlets and journal extracts, as well as photocopies of article by and about the physicians.
The collection contains student papers written by Young about the Louisville and Nashville Railroad section crews, section houses, and children of L&N section foremen. There are also four oral history audiotapes containing interviews conducted by Young concerning railroad houses. Young attended the University of Louisville.
Zeiser created this scrapbook, which contains material dealing with her membership in the U of L Players in the late 1910s and miscellaneous letters and newspaper clippings on the Little Theater Company and the Macauley Picture Collection. Included also is a brief reminiscence of her years in the amateur theater in the university's Playhouse, from 1914 to 1938, written at the time of her donation of the scrapbook to University Archives.