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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.
Hudson discusses her work at the University of Louisville from 1968 to 1981, as well as her education and career prior to coming to UofL. Topics include teaching in the Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; directing intramural sports for women; coaching varsity basketball for women; and work as assistant athletic director for women. She also discusses charges of sex bias in the UofL athletic department filed in November 1980, with the United States Department of Education's Office Civil Rights.
Lyon, a long time professor of brass and music theory at the University of Louisville School of Music, recalls changes within the school and at the University from the time he came in 1938 until his retirement in 1985. During the 1938-1958 years, he headed the University's bands, including the marching band. He has several interesting stories from that experience. He also discusses his role as part-time pastor of Louisville area Churches of Christ from 1943 on.
This interview focuses on the growth of the college library through the recollections of Schneider, Librarian Emerita of the University of Louisville.