University of Louisville
Coach Camp discusses his beginning in football as well as University of Louisville football. [NOTE: Tape 1 is missing.]
Covi, Chairman of the Fine Arts Department at the University of Lousiville, discusses his career as an art historian and his personal family history.
Dean Cronholm discusses her student and faculty days at the University of Louisville (BA 1962; PhD 1967; assistant professor in the Biology department, part-time, 1969, full-time, 1973). Also discusses her tenure as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences.
A faculty member in the Department of University of Louisville's History discusses radical student movements of the 1960s.
The former Dean of Libraries at the University of Louisville discusses his career prior to coming to Louisville, as well as developments in the University of Louisville library system while he served as head from 1971 until 1982.
Coach Dromo discusses his life and University of Louisville basketball, particularly recruiting.
Ekstrom discusses state affiliation at a time when he was serving as Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Louisville.
The subject of this interview is the University's affiliation with the state, and comments on the University's financial situation from 1948 to 1970.
The former Vice President for Financial Affairs discusses his career at the University of Louisville, with special emphasis on the period since the university entered the state system of higher education.
Mrs. Frank, a medical librarian, discusses the University Hospital Library and the hospital since 1934.