Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Grady Clay papers
Scope and Contents This large (82.375 foot) collection documents the professional life of Louisville journalist Grady Clay. The vast majority (79.875 linear feet) of the collection consists of topical files of material that Clay collected relating to a large number of cities, states, and countries, as well as other topics of interest to him. Similar material is found in Series V - Projects and reference files (1.75 linear feet). There is a small amount of correspondence and Clay's own writings, as well as...
Landscape Architecture records
Jack Trawick interviews with Samuel W. Thomas
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents Indexes of nine interviews with historian Samuel W. Thomas conducted between August 31, 2011 and December 28, 2011. The purpose of the interviews was to gain Dr. Thomas's perspective on the history of planning in Louisville, from the original settlement of Louisville by Anglo-Europeans in the 1770's up until the present time. Trawick chose Thomas for this study based on his study of and involvement in city planning spanning over 45 years.Each index is prefaced by a summary of...