Louisville (Ky.)

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Mrs. Mulvihill was the 4th Ward Alderman from 1975 to 1977. This interview covers the reorganization of Louisville's city government.
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Nunez discusses her heritage and how she came to be a member of Louisville's Latinx community.
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Mr. O'Bannon was the Cabinet Director for Transportation and Environment at the time of this interview, which covers the reorganization of Louisville's city government.
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Patel discusses her heritage and how she came to be a member of Louisville's Latinx community.
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Ray and his family discuss Joseph Ray, Sr., who served as assistant to the head of the Housing and Home Finance Agency during the Eisenhower administration; their lives in Louisville; and changing racial attitudes in the city.
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Louise Reynolds was the first African American woman elected alderman in the city of Louisville. Ms. Reynolds discusses her work with the Republican Party, including her work as a precinct committeewoman, in the party's headquarters, and for Representative John Robsion. She worked for Robsion in the 1950s, and was elected to Louisville's Board of Alderman in 1961. Ms. Reynolds discusses the legislation passed during her time on the board, including the Public Accommodations Ordinance, the establishment of the Human Relations Commission, and an Equal Opportunity ordinance, and her involvement in trying to pass an open housing ordinance. She discusses the administrations of mayors William Cowger, and to a lesser extent, Kenneth Schmied. She also describes a visit to the White House at the invitation of President Lyndon Johnson. She also worked for the Small Business Administration, and she talks about the advice she gives small businesspeople who approach the SBA for loans, and notes several successful African American businesspeople in Louisville.
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Ribeiro discusses her heritage and how she came to be a member of Louisville's Latinx community.
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Mr. Roberts was the former Director of Sanitation and served as the Cabinet Director for Public Works and Services. This interview covers the reorganization of Louisville's city government.
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Dr. Sloane served as Mayor of Louisville from 1973 to 1977. This interview covers the reorganization of Louisville's city government.
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Mr. Stansbury was the 1st Ward Alderman for two terms, from 1973 to 1975 and from 1975 to 1977. This interview deals with the reorganization of Louisville's city government.