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    • Oral history interview with D.W. Beard.

    • Integration; African Americans; Hospitals; Red Cross Hospital (Louisville, Ky.)
    • D.W. Beard was interviewed on November 29, 1979 about the Red Cross (Community) Hospital. He was a member of the board of Community Hospital, which was known previously as Red Cross Hospital. He discusses public perception of the hospital and the...
    • Oral history interview with Eleanor Young Love.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Education; African Americans--Social conditions; African American social workers; African American educators; African American college teachers; Segregation in education; Civil rights leaders; Lincoln Institute...
    • Oral history interview with Eleanor Young Love, conducted on October 2, 1978 by Kenneth Chumbley. Dr. Love was a U of L professor and administrator, and sister of civil rights leader Whitney Young, Jr. Dr. Love discusses her parents, Laura and...
    • Oral history interview with James Shively.

    • African Americans; African Americans--Education; African Americans--Social conditions; Louisville Municipal College for Negroes (Louisville, Ky.); Central High School (Louisville, Ky.); Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity; African Americans--Employment;...
    • Oral history interview conducted with James Shively on December 18, 1978 by Dwayne Cox. Mr. Shively focuses largely on his education in Louisville, at Louisville Central High School and the Louisville Municipal College, in the 1930s and 1940s. He...
    • Oral history interview with Jesse Bell.

    • African Americans; African American physicians; Physicians; Hospitals; Red Cross Hospital (Louisville, Ky.); Race relations; Integration
    • Oral history interview with Louisville physician Jesse Bell conducted on July 28, 1979 by Olivia Frederick. Dr. Bell discusses his early life and education, including his training at Alcorn College, Morehouse College, and Meharry Medical College....
    • Oral history interview with Louise Reynolds.

    • African Americans; African American politicians; African American businesspeople; African American business enterprises; Women politicians; Civil rights; Louisville (Ky.)--Politics and government; Politicians; Integration; Discrimination in housing
    • Oral history interview conducted with Louise Reynolds on June 13, 1979 by Mary Bobo. Louise Reynolds was the first African American woman elected alderman in the city of Louisville. Ms. Reynolds discusses her work with the Republican Party,...
    • Oral history interview with Lyman T. Johnson.

    • African Americans; Jefferson County Public Schools; School board members; School boards; School superintendents; School boards--African American membership; Busing (School integration); School integration; Public schools; Race relations
    • Oral history interview with Lyman T. Johnson, conducted on March 24, 1982 by Dwayne Cox. Mr. Johnson discusses his tenure on the Louisville/Jefferson County board of education in the late 1970s. He discusses the challenges of merging the city and...
    • Chrysallis/Michigan/U.S.A.

    • Saginaw Valley State College. Chrysallis Center for Continuing Education
    • Quilt workers: Designed by Janus Lee, 26, artist. / Executed by: Seraphina Lee Kaufman, 10 months, lover-button / Jean Cheger, 52, principle needleworker, sociology / Rosalie Riegle Troester, 44, Coordinator, English / Patricia Wolfgram, 39,...
    • Edmonton YWCA/Alberta/Canada.

    • Young Women's Christian Association (Edmonton, Alta.); Young Women's Christian Association
    • HONOR QUILT BLOCK designed by Laura Taylor, Edythe Macauley and Wendy MacDonald. [...] the block was stitched by Frances Prelusky, Jean Chirka, Erna Peterson, Klazina Rip, Phyllis Wright, Edythe Macaulay, Laura Taylor.
    • Engine Co. #21 Firehouse, Louisville, Kentucky, 1927.

    • Fire stations; Street railroads; Buildings; Historic buildings; Transportation
    • Address: 2620 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. A trolley approaches the firehouse at the corner of Frankfort and Franck Avenues in the Crescent Hill neighborhood. An advertisement on the trolley reads, "First Mortgage Bonds without a loss...
    • Girl from Figueres.

    • Modern (styles and periods); Modernist
    • "The view from the balcony of the Dalis' second home in Figueres, at Carrer Monturiol 24. This was the painting Dali showed Picasso on his first visit to Paris in April 1926." (Caption); "The building, today numbered Monturiol, 10, is a listed...
    • Majestic Theatre, exterior.

    • Buildings; Theaters; Cultural facilities; Majestic Theatre (Louisville, Ky.)
    • Address: 618 S. Fourth Street (Building no longer exists.) The Majestic opened as a vaudeville theater in 1908. Beyond that fact, however, its history is far less certain. The most commonly stated version is that the 1908 theater was torn down and...
    • Martin F. Schmidt Photographs of Louisville, 1956-1966

    • Buildings; Stores & shops; Religious facilities; Industrial facilities; Storage facilities
    • The Martin F. Schmidt Photographs of Louisville contain 573 color snapshot photographs of buildings in downtown Louisville, Kentucky shot between 1956 and 1966. The albums begin with 100 images of downtown churches then moves to buildings from the...
    • Oral history interview with Helen Humes.

    • African Americans; African American singers; African American musicians; Jazz; Jazz singers; Women jazz musicians
    • Oral history interview with Helen Humes, a jazz singer from Louisville, conducted on June 12, 1979 by Mary Bobo, for the University of Louisville Archives and Records Center. In this interview, Ms. Humes discusses her career, including her start in...
    • Oral history interview with Maurice Rabb.

    • African Americans; African American physicians; African Americans--Hospitals; African Americans--Social conditions; African Americans--Education; Segregation in education; African Americans--Medical care; Hospitals; Medical education; Race...
    • Oral history interview with Louisville physician Maurice Rabb. Dr. Rabb discusses his early life and education in Mississippi. He speaks of his experiences as a student at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, comparing race relations in his...

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