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University of Louisville College of Arts and Sciences deanship.
Dr. Iswari Pandey discusses his work in the University Writing Center.
Mr. Pickett, a retired assistant Boy Scout executive and board member of Senior House, talks about his family, growing up on an integrated neighborhood in the early 20th century in Louisville, his work with the Boy Scouts of America and his work for the elderly citizens of Louisville. The final interview provides information on his parents’ families and the educational and professional achievements of several family members.
Dr. Susan Popham discusses her work in the University Writing Center
Art Therapy. Personal history and the growth of the American Art Therapy Association.
Discusses developments and issues in the bottling aspect of the industry; also his recollections and observations on the distilling industry in general. Mr. Ritchie is a bottler with Barton Brands Distillery.
Dr. Hephzibah Roskelly discusses her work in the University Writing Center.
Subject - Mr. John L. Gruber and the history of the Louisville Conservatory of Music. Gruber was the business manager for the conservatory from 1920 and its president from 1925 until its closing.
Mr. Runyon was editor of the Editorial page of the Courier-Journal and supervisor of Hugh Haynie for many years. Mr. Runyon discusses his career at the Courier-Journal and his memories of the newspaper's Political Cartoonist, Hugh Haynie.
Seifer reflects on her relationship with her brother Julius Friedman, their childhood, their family life and their working relationship as adults.