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University of Louisville Reference Files: K


  • Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity
  • Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society
  • Karate
  • Kennedy Assassination (1963)
  • Kent School of Social Work: Prior to 1960
  • Kent School of Social Work: 1960s
  • Kent School of Social Work: 1970s
  • Kent School of Social Work: 1980s
  • Kent School of Social Work: 1990s
  • Kent School of Social Work: 2000s-2010s
  • Kent School of Social Work: General
  • Kent State Memorial Services (1970)
  • Kentucky Author Forum
  • Kentucky Cancer Program (Brown Cancer Center)
  • Kentucky Center for Public Issues
  • Kentucky Council on Economic Education (CEHD)
  • Kentucky Energy Cabinet Laboratory (KECL)
  • Kentucky Institute for the Environment & Sustainable Development
  • Kentucky Lions Eye Research Institute (See also: Ophthalmology)
  • Kentucky Opera (Relationship with U of L)
  • Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center
  • Kentucky Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory
  • Kentucky Southern College: General
  • Kentucky Southern College: Merger with UL
  • Kentucky Spinal Injury Research Center
  • Kentucky Student Public Interest Research Group (Kentucky SPIRG)
  • Kentucky State Data Center (Business School)
  • Kentucky Virtual University (See also: Distance Education)
  • Kersey Library (See: Speed School Library)
  • Kleinhert Institute for Hand and Microsurgery (HSC)
  • Kornhauser Library (HSC) (See: Health Sciences Library)
  • Kosair Charities Center for Pediatric NeuroRecovery
  • Ku Klux Klan (See also: Race)

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Reference files contain newspaper clippings, brochures, flyers, photographs, correspondence, and similar materials that are too small to constitute a collection on their own. Files vary considerably in size, from just a few newspaper clippings to several folders of clippings, letters, memos, photographs, etc. These files may all be accessed on-site in the Archives & Special Collections (ASC) research room. For information on visiting ASC, see our Archives Users' Guide.

Questions? Contact the Archives by email, or by telephone (502-852-6752).