The materials consist of a cap and an arm band from the American War Mothers organization. They date from the World War II era.
Master tapes and vinyl recordings from the Ancient Order of Assassins label, along with a DVD and pamphlet on the history of the label. Includes digital audio tapes (DAT). This collection is part of the Louisville Underground Music Archive (LUMA) Project.
Personal scrapbooks/newspaper sheets, honoraria, diplomas, photos, family papers, political and social publications, and legal, legislative and business files belonging to Charles W. Anderson, Jr. and Victoria McCall Anderson as well as clippings and condolence materials associated with Attorney Anderson's tragic death.
The original scrapbook contains clippings of music reviews authored by Anderson in his capacity as a music critic for the Louisville Courier-Journal. There are also a few clippings of articles he wrote for other newspapers. Microfilm. Louisville, Ky. University Archives and Records Center, University of Louisville. 1982; 1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
Annual reports of the Louisville House of Refuge, a home for indigent and/or delinquent children in Louisville, Kentucky. In most cases, these reports are also available as part of the bound city reports (see accession number 1973-447, "Louisville municipal reports"). The Archives holds annual reports for the following years: 1878, 1880, 1883/1884, 1884/1885.
Materials collected by Madeline Covi, Dorothy Hodapp and Charlotte Price to write a history of the Art Center Association. The history was published in 1984.
This collection is made up of photocopies of notes made by Bernard Asman as a student at the Kentucky School of Medicine (KSM) from 1895-1897. The instructors documented here are Profesors Marvin, Holloway, Rodman, Mathews, Wathen, Tuley, Orendorf, Coomes, and Hays. The notes cover lectures, labs, and clinical instruction.
Sixty-six sports cards featuring former University of Louisville student athletes.