University of Louisville

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McIntosh discusses his career at the University of Louisville, as well as life at the University during the 1930s.
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Mr. Mittlebeeler's memories of his days as an undergraduate and a law student at the University of Louisville during the 1930s.
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Professor Moore (born 1898) discusses his childhood, education, family, and career at the University of Louisville. He came to the Department of Mathematics in 1929.
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Professor Moore (born 1898) discusses his childhood, education, family, and career at the University of Louisville. He came to the Department of Mathematics in 1929.
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Professor Moore (born 1898) discusses his childhood, education, family, and career at the University of Louisville. He came to the Department of Mathematics in 1929.
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An interview with an African student at the University of Louisville about his experiences.
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Dr. Nunn was head of the Urban Studies Center, and was soon to retire at the time of this interview. He discusses the center as well as his involvement with it; the projects undertaken; programs; philosophies followed, etc. There is a list of attachments to the interview, which includes a time index, vita, reports, and sources of funding for the Urban Studies Center, and a summary.
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University of Louisville College of Arts and Sciences deanship.
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Overstreet (M.D. 1923) discusses life in the medical school at the University of Louisville from 1919 to 1923, his residency at Louisville City Hospital during the mid-1920s, and experiences in over fifty years of medical practice in Louisville.
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Schmied (B.S. in chemical engineering, Speed Scientific School, 1932; M.A. in chemistry, 1933) discusses his parents, who immigrated from Switzerland to Kentucky; growing up in the Schnitzelburg neighborhood of Louisville; studying at the Speed School; and later working as an engineer and executive for Reynolds Aluminum in Louisville, Kentucky, and Richmond, Virginia, Cochran Foil in Louisville, and Anaconda Aluminum in Louisville. Special subjects include Dean B.M. Brigman, Professor R.C. Ernst, and the cooperative program through which Speed School stresses practical experience in industry.