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Archives & Special Collections (ASC)

Women's Manuscript Collections: Secondary Sources

The University of Louisville's Archives and Special Collections has many collections that shed light on women's lives in Louisville through history. This guide highlights these materials, and provides a starting place for research.

Secondary Sources Relating to Women's History

Student Papers from courses at the University of Louisville, 1943-1987

  • Anderson, Rosalind Braye, "Life of Miss Emma Lewis Minnis from 1881-1972"
  • Bowling, Joyce, "Louisville Handicraft League"
  • Cardemas, Diane, "Prostitution in Louisville"
  • Eckard, Missy, "Disestablishment of the University of Louisville's Nursing School, 1952-1953"
  • Gambino, Barbara, "Emma Branch, First Councilwoman"
  • Holt, Cathy, "Louisville Free Kindergarten Association, 1887-1911"
  • ​Tynan, L.J. "The City of Louisville vs The Woman's Club of Louisville, 1973-1978
  • ​Wiseman, Marcella, "Ethel Biderman DuPont and Working Women"