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University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections homepage, providing information on our collections and how to find and use them

Out of concern for the health of our patrons and staff, Archives and Special Collections’ reading room is currently closed. We are still available by email to respond to reference questions, and look forward to working with you virtually. And don’t forget you can explore images, interviews, newspapers, maps, and more via our Digital Collections and Oral History Center online. Contribute your COVID-19 Story.

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A limited number of our oral histories are available online.

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Out of concern for the health of our patrons and staff, Archives and Special Collections’ reading room is currently closed.  We are still available by email (archives@louisville.edu)  to respond to reference questions, and look forward to working with you virtually. And don’t forget you can explore images, interviews, newspapers, maps, and more via our Digital Collections and Oral History Center.

Digital Exhibits

Victory bonds billboard, Louisville, Kentucky (World War II)

Contribution to Victory: Perm, Louisville, and Oxford during WWII

An exhibit featuring images and essays from the sister cities of Perm, Russia; Oxford, England; and Louisville, Kentucky, USA about their contributions to the Allied victory in World War II. Hosted by the Perm City Archives.

View Contribution to Victory exhibit

Hubbard exhibit

Oral History with Harlan Hubbard

Harlan Hubbard's life and work, in his own words.

View Hubbard exhibit

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