Consists of personal memorabilia from the Louisville Orchestra, and photocopies of a manuscript on the history of music in the Louisville Public Schools, 1825-1935 and a biographical letter on Caroline Bourgard (a pioneer in music education) as well as notes from a talk by Berkey on Bourgard.
This collection contains minutes from the Board of Directors meetings at the Foundation, correspondence relating to the foundation and Bernheim Forest, and also legal and financial records for the foundation and forest. Planning materials and reports concerning Bernheim Forest and articles written about it are also included. There are some personal documents of I. W. Bernheim included and several photographs and scrapbooks.
This is Berry's 1904 diploma from the Kentucky School of Medicine.
This is one folded pamphlet that lists the food and beverages available at the Willard Hotel on September 17, 1866. The cover includes an image of the hotel on the front, hours of operation and lists the hours for different meals including railroad breakfast, regular breakfast, tea, dinner and Sunday breakfast. The dinner menu for the day and the wine list are included inside the bill of fare. The verso includes railroad and stage departures to various locations.
This group contains four drawings of set designs created by Billings for the Louisville Little Theatre Company and the University of Louisville Players in 1959 and 1960. There are also two playbills, dating from 1862 and 1863, from the Louisville Theatre advertising performances by John Wilkes Booth and Edwin Booth.
Two quilts that formerly hung on the lower level of Ekstrom Library. One was created by Florence Strickler from male faculty members' ties. Florence Strickler was the wife of University of Louisville president Woodrow Strickler. The other is a 19th century quilt that was a gift of Eleanor Bingham and once hung in the Bingham Poetry Room.
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."