Tapes from the Allen-Martin Studio, a Louisville recording studio that captured the sounds of a wealth of local and regional performers. Allen-Martin also recorded advertisements, and this accession contains ads recorded for a wide variety of local businesses and organizations.
Includes three notebooks, one relating to the Louisville Commercial Club compiled in 1955-1959; one relating to Marcus Blakely Allmond (1851-1909), a faculty member at Male High School; and one relating to Allmond Avenue in the Beechwood area, correspondence, photographs.
These papers document Alluisi's tenure as chair and executive committee member of the Kentucky chapter of "Scientists and Engineers for Johnson-Humphrey."
Small collection of photographs includes a man identified as J.L. West, a panoramic group photograph of the 1982 Scottish Rite class in front of their temple on Gray Street, and four photoraphs where dignitaries witness a demonstration of a Louisville fire pump truck.
Lectures given by Richard Alpert (Baba Ram Dass) in the Library lecture lounge, in the late 1960s or early 1970s. Title = "Richard Alpert: on consciousness and then some."
John Ward worked as a salesman for the Aluminum Home Products Corporation, manufacturer of aluminum windows, doors, awnings and aluminum siding under the trade name Alhom, from 1958 to 1960. This one linear foot collection contains his sales records, price lists and sample books and provides a portrait of the early history of the aluminum home products business. Also included are forms used for home improvement loans from several banks in the Louisville area.
This collection contains records from the American Association for the History of Medicine annual meeting held in Louisville in May, 1993 and some information from the Archivists and Librarians in the History of the Health Sciences meeting held in conjunction with the AAHM on the two previous days.