University of Louisville

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Dr. Spafford Ackerly memorial service
Dr. Ackerly discusses his family history and experiences in World War I. Restrictions: Joint ownership vested in the University of Lousville Foundation and Dr. William C. Ackerly
The interview includes Ackerly's recollections of World War I and its influence on his career; his medical education at Yale University (MD 1925); work with the Yale Institute for Human Relations until he came to Louisville in 1933; the Louisville Child Guidance Clinic beginning in the 1930s; the development of the Dept. of Psychiatry of the University of Louisville beginning in the late 1930s; Ackerly's work with Barry Bingham, Sr. in publishing They Can be Cured (1937) with the subsequent passage of the Chandler-Wallace Act reforming Kentucky's state-supported mental hospitals; the accelerated medical training program at the University of Louisville in World War II; the advent of the Psychiatrist in Residence at the University of Louisville during the 1960s and 1970s.
The University of Louisville's afffiliation with the state.
Dr. Akers discusses the University of Louisville's Urban Studies Center, his association with the Government Law Center, and his position as chief consultant for the Coaliquid project. A partial transcription (first 15 min. of side one) is available.
The University of Louisville's affiliation with the state. (Tape broken.)
summary available.
Dr. Alleyne, an alumna of the University of Louisville, attended the Louisville Municipal College. She was the first Black woman to graduate from the University of Louisville Medical School. This is a recording of a speech by Dr. Alleyne at a school; she discusses why LMC graduates are attracted from all parts of the country to attend reunions.
Altsheler, a former trustee of the University of Louisville, discusses his lifelong interest in education and the advancements made in Louisville in his lifetime.
University of Louisville School of Music.