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University of Louisville Building Reference Files: C

C

  • Cardinal (s) Inn
  • Cardinal Country Club (Shelby County)
  • Cardinal Hall [old LaQuinta Motel]
  • "Cardinal Mascot" Statue (Swain Student Activities Center)
  • Cardinal Park, Owsley Brown Frazier
  • Cardinal Shopping Center (4th and Cardinal)
  • Cardinal Stadium: Construction/Design (Floyd Street) [formerly Papa John's Cardinal Stadium]
  • Cardinal Stadium: Financing/Sponsorships (Floyd Street) [formerly Papa John's Cardinal Stadium]
  • Cardinal Stadium: General (Floyd Street) [formerly Papa John's Cardinal Stadium]
  • Cardinal Stadium: Labor (Floyd Street) [formerly Papa John's Cardinal Stadium]
  • Cardinal Stadium: Parking (Floyd Street) [formerly Papa John's Cardinal Stadium]
  • Cardinal Stadium (old) [Kentucky Fair and Expo Center]
  • Cardinal Towne (See also: Masterson's Restaurant)
  • Cardiovascular Innovation Institute [CII] (Health Sciences Campus)
  • Cardiovascular Research Institute (old Radiation Center) (Health Sciences Campus)
  • Carmichael Building (Health Sciences Campus) *razed*
  • Center for Predictive Medicine (Shelby)
  • Center Hall (dorm) (See also: Fraternity Complex)
  • Chemistry Annex
  • Chemistry Building
  • Chestnut Street Garage (Health Sciences Campus)
  • Churchill Downs (proposed)
  • Clubhouse Student Apartments
  • Cochran Fountain [Schneider Hall]
  • Collegiate Institute [University Square] *razed*
  • Community Park (dorm)
  • Confederate Apartments (See: University Tower Apartments)
  • Confederate Monument Statue (Belknap) (See also: Freedom Park)
  • Crawford Gymnasium
  • Cressman Center for Visual Arts [1st & Main]
  • Crum Overpass [Central Ave]
  • Cultural Center (See also: Garden Commons)

For More Information

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 Planning a Visit page.

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

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