Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
This small collection (.10 linear foot) consists of her school records from Berea College, her Army Nurse Corps paperwork, some other World War I memorabilia, and her copies of the Kentucky State Board of Health Certificate of Birth from when she practiced midwifery. These materials were donated to the University of Louisville Archives and Records Center by her daughter, Mary Frances Meadows, in 2007. There is a short biography of Ethel Wilson Ewen in the donor file.
These papers document Salem Ford's athletic interests at Male High School and at the University of Louisville through photographs and scrapbooks (created using stenographers' notebooks). The collection also contains photographs documenting Ford's experiences during World War I, and images of the Ford family. Also included is a typescript copy of "Reminiscences of S.H. Ford, Capt. CSA, 1861-1865."
This collection contains records of the American War Mothers, a patriotic women's organization, and some personal papers of Mattie Jenkins, a Louisville resident who was active in the organization.
Three copies of "Trench and Camp" (Oct. 7, 14, 21, 1918). Includes information on the Spanish Influenza. One picture of Charles Newberry (1895-1974) in a World War I uniform. One panoramic photograph: Battery C 3rd Bn. F.A.R.D., Lt. Fred R. Deaton, Comdg. (dated 8-1-18 by the American Studio, Louisville, Ky.).
These are Paul's personal papers, consisting of literary manuscripts, correspondence (both personal and business), photographs, and memorabilia documenting his career and family life.
Personal papers of Louis E. Schneeberger. Comprehensive correspondence, unit list, photos, maps, pamphlets and memorabilia documenting a Louisvillian’s military service in Europe during WWI; other materials include patriotic poems, programs and American Legion membership cards. Materials date from the early 1900s to 1950, but the bulk of the material was created between 1917 and 1919.