Sixty-six sports cards featuring former University of Louisville student athletes.
Consists primarily of game films from University of Louisville football games. These films were shot for coaching purposes rather than for broadcast, so they focus on offense, defense, or special teams performance - rather than following the game straight through. There are also a few films of "clinics."
Game masters, season review, and coaches' film for football games. Formats include both VHS and various types of DV, including miniDV and DVC Pro. Tapes in boxes 1-5 and box 9 are DV Pro; tapes in boxes 6 and 7 are miniDV; tapes in boxes 10-12 are VHS; box 13 contains a variety of formats.
11 reels that highlight changes in basketball uniforms and playing style. An earlier description included additional items that were not found as of 2020: films of basketball games with Evansville (1947-1948); Eastern (1947); Manhattan (1955 NIT game); "Spotlight on UofL Sports" (highlights of UL/UK 1959 NCAA game, 1956 NIT games and 1948 NAIB). The U-matic tape of highlights was created from 16mm film, May 27, 1993.
Photographs shot by Leslie H. Atterbury dating from the late 1950s through the early 1980s. The bulk of the photos are from 1957-1979 and show people, meetings and conventions, strikes, dinners and celebrations, golf outings and other activities as they relate to the operations of the Teamsters Local 89 union in Louisville, KY.