The Patsie E. Sloan papers document her police service and her role as a PTA leader. They also include a report on the 1937 Ohio River flood and her 1937 student paper, "A Study of the Louisville Division of Police." A small portion of the collection relates to Sloan's son, John Steward Sloan, and her other children.
Open to researchers.
0.25 linear feet (1 half-manuscript box)
Patsie Sloan was an early Louisville policewoman, serving from 1929 to 1938. She was also a neighborhood leader in the South Louisville area, a student at Louisville Municipal College, and later a social worker.