Personal papers and memorabilia from World War I and the peace negotiations that followed, kept by H. Porter Pryor of Louisville.
Notably photographs, illustrative materials, souvenir editions of US, French, and English newspapers, a map with pencilled combat lines, war poems (various authors, most printed), correspondence and official notices to Pryor from the U S Army and the US Civil Service Commission, correspondence to get him the position of field clerk. Also Miss Landau's eulogy, delivered February 15, 1981, at a memorial service.
Copyright has been transferred to the University of Louisville and there are no additional restrictions.
1.625 linear feet (2 manuscript boxes, 1 half-manuscript box, 1 flat, 1 folder containing prints)
Pryor, a native of Owen County, owned Pryor Petroleum Products in Louisville.