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Yater (George) Papers, 1852-2004, 1852

Part of Yater (George) Papers, 1852-2004

2005.071 Guide to the Yater (George) Papers, 1852-2004 Processed by John Kleber.; machine-readable finding aid created by Carrie Daniels University Archives and Records Center 2005 University Archives and Records Center University of Louisville Ekstrom Library Louisville, Kentucky 40292 USA Phone: (502) 852-6674 Fax: (502) 852-6673 Email: URL: University of Louisville. All rights reserved. Machine-readable finding aid derived from MS Word. Date of source: October 2007. Description is in English. Guide to the Yater (George) Papers, 1852-2004 ukseal Contact Information University Archives and Records Center University of Louisville Ekstrom Library Louisville, Kentucky 40292 USA Phone: (502) 852-6674 Fax: (502) 852-6673 Email: URL: Processed by: John Kleber. Finding aid completed: October 2007. Encoded by: Carrie Daniels Copyright 2007 University of Louisville. All rights reserved. Yater (George) Papers, 1852-20042005-071Yater, George H. 54.05 linear feet The materials are in English. University Archives and Records Center. Louisville, Kentucky 40292 The bulk of this collection is open to researchers; some portions are restricted (see box/folder listing) Copyright for some material has not been transferred to the University of Louisville. [identification of item], Yater (George) Papers, University of Louisville University Archives and Records Center. Yater, George H. Yater, Marjory. Railroads. Railroads--Periodicals. Street-railroads. Street-railroads--Periodicals. Street-railroads--Kentucky--Louisville. Electric railroads. Electric railroads--Periodicals. Transportation. Neighborhood--Kentucky--Louisville. Louisville (Ky.)--History. Jefferson County (Ky.)--History. Kentucky--History. Indiana--History. George Henry Yater was born August 15, 1922 in Louisville, Kentucky, the second son of James David and Ellen Fahy Yater. His only sibling, James David, Jr., died in 1915 at the age of two years. Yater grew up in the Beechmont neighborhood. His father worked as a yardman for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, thus providing the impetus for his lifelong interest in trains. Yater attended both Beechmont Elementary School and Holy Name School, graduating from the latter in 1936. He then attended St. Xavier High School, graduating in 1940. Having an academic bent and an inquiring mind, Yater became vitally interested in all aspects of Louisville life and the city's history. In December 1942, one year after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Yater volunteered for military service and was inducted into the United States Army. He went to basic training in Miami Beach, followed by technical training in West Palm Beach and Fort Monroe, Virginia. He was assigned to the signal corps and served in India and Burma, and later on Wake Island. He was honorably discharged from the army in March 1946. He returned to Louisville, attending the University of Louisville on the G.I. Bill and at the same time beginning his career in journalism as a "copy boy" for the Louisville Courier-Journal. He earned a B.A. in history in 1950. About the same time he met a young New York native, Marjory Horton Jupenlaz, who was completing a social work internship in Louisville. She returned to New York, and Yater began studying at Columbia University. George and Marjory were married in December 1951. They settled in New Albany, Indiana as Yater had been hired as a reporter for the Louisville Times, a position he held until 1955. For the next three decades Yater worked as an editor for a trade publication (The Insurance Field), as a features writer for the Courier-Journal Sunday Magazine, as director of the news bureau for the Kentucky Department of Public Information, as editor of Louisville Magazine, and in the Office of Sponsored Programs at the University of Louisville. In 1979, George Yater published his first book, the widely acclaimed definitive history of Louisville: Two Hundred Years at the Falls of the Ohio: A History of Louisville and Jefferson County. He completed a second edition of this book in 1987. Yater then served as an advisor on the Louisville area for The Kentucky Encyclopedia, published in 1992. The success of this volume brought about the publication of The Encyclopedia of Louisville (published in 2000), of which Yater served as an associate editor. Beyond his strictly professional accomplishments are Yater's contributions to many organizations, including the Kentucky Historical Society, the Filson Historical Society, the Floyd County Historical Society, the Louisville Historical League, the Beargrass-St. Matthews Historical Society, the Portland Museum, Riverside, the Farnsley-Moreman Landing, the Kentucky Railway Museum, the Louisville Trolley Club, and the Louisville chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. George Yater died on January 25, 2006. This 53.8 linear foot collection consists of material relating to Yater's interests in the history of Louisville, Kentucky and the history of rail transportation. There are also some personal papers and records from George and Marjory Yater. The vast majority of these materials date to the 20th century. The topical files that make up a large portion of this collection contain newspaper clippings, brochures, photocopied materials, research notes, and photographs. Also included in the collection are images in various formats, including slides, prints, stereo images, and postcards; audio recordings; postage stamps; videotapes; and periodicals. Yater's interests in the history of Louisville are reflected in topical files on subjects ranging from landmark buildings and neighborhoods to files on historic and notable families from Louisville and Kentucky more generally. There are also historical materials relating to Kentucky outside of the Louisville metropolitan area. The bulk of this collection, however, relates to rail transportation, including inter-urbans and light rail. In addition to reference files, there are several boxes of periodicals, many dating to the early 20th century, as well as photographs and recordings of sounds and songs relating to railroads. Personal and professional papers include a small number of George's professional writings, including a manuscript of Two Hundred Years at the Falls of the Ohio and other articles. Personal papers include Marjory's diaries from 1985-1995, bird watching notes and correspondence. Four other boxes contain Yater's research notecards. There are also postal materials, including postcards (mainly geographical) and postmarks and stamps. These materials are arranged into eight series: Personal and Professional Writing and Research; History; Transportation; Images; Postal; Railway Serials; Audio Visual Materials; and Oversized and Realia. Within these broad topics, the materials are arranged by subseries; within subseries, the files are arranged alphabetically. Container List Personal and Professional Writing and Research 2 linear feet This series is subdivided into two subseries: Yater - Personal and Professional; and Research Notecards, and includes personal correspondence and diaries as well as professional writings, biographical and genealogical information, and family photographs. The second subseries consists of Yater's research notes on 3x5 cards. This material dates primarily to the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. Yater-Personal and Professional (includes Marge Yater)81Articles authored by George Yater81Bird Watching Notes, Marge Yater, 1990-1992: Marge Yater81Britain Rails Trip 1987 (Yater Vacation)81Correspondence from/to George Yater81Diaries-Marge Yater 1985-198881Diaries-Marge Yater 1989-1991, [1992], 199581Genealogy-Yater Family81Photographs-Yater Family and Friends81Research Notes by George Yater (2 folders)81Two Hundred Years at the Falls of the Ohio- Manuscript Chapters 1-981Two Hundred Years at the Falls of the Ohio- Manuscript Chapters 10-1781Two Hundred Years at the Falls of the Ohio- Notes81Yater, George-BiographyResearch Notecards311Research Notecards321Research Notecards331Research Notecards341Research Notecards History 8.75 linear feet This series is subdivided into four subseries: Louisville - General History; Biographies - Louisville and Kentucky; Neighborhoods - Louisville; and Kentucky and Indiana - General History. All four subseries are arranged alphabetically by topic or last name, and all contain photographs. These files document the history of Louisville's neighborhoods, parks, landmarks, and activities, as well as significant individuals and families connected to the city and the Commonwealth. The subseries on Kentucky and Indiana history covers a variety of subjects from post offices, maps and quarries to architecture and the Civil War. There is some material from the 19th century, but the bulk is from the 20th. Louisville-General History12Advertisements and Images (mostly from city directories)12Air Industry12Amusement Parks12Architects and Architectural Firms (2 folders)12Architecture: Commercial Buildings12Architecture-Public Buildings (includes Public Schools)12Architecture-Public Buildings-Downtown12Architecture-Suburbs and Environs (includes landmarks)12Art and Artists12Auto Industry12Baseball (includes Hillerich and Bradsby)12Beargrass Creek12Belle of Louisville12Bloody Monday (2 folders)12Business Profiles for St. Louis World's Fair (early 1900s)12Businesses & Industries (2 folders)12Churches22Churchill Downs22Crime-Louisville22Edison's Butchertown House22Encyclopedia of Louisville22Louisville-Ethnic Groups22Falls of the Ohio22Farmington Home22Farnsley-Moreman Landing (Riverside)22Louisville-Fire and Police22Fort Nelson22Grand Army of Republic- 29th Encampment, 1895 Souvenir Program22Haymarket22Louisville-Hotels, Hospitals, Inns & Restaurants22Houston-Bacon House22Journalism-Louisville22Locust Grove22Loom House22Louisville Early History 22Louisville Early History 22Louisville Early History 22Louisville Early History 32Louisville Historic Photos and Illustrations32Louisville History Manuscript-[William C. Mallalieu]32Louisville Homecoming Souvenir Pictorial-190632Louisville & Portland Canal32Louisville Water Company32Louisville-Maps32Meat Packing32Morrissey Building32Music-Louisville32Oxmoor Estate32Politics-Louisville32Population Data (mostly Louisville Census)32Public Parks-Louisville32Race Courses-Louisville32Satellites of Mercury-Louisville32Schools-Louisville32Shotgun Cottages-Louisville42Southern Exposition42St. Joseph's Orphanage 50th Anniversary42Street Names-Louisville42Streets (Paving and Infrastructure)-Louisville42Theaters-Louisville42Tobacco-Louisville42Tornadoes-Louisville42Utilities-Louisville42Waterfront Park-Louisville42Waverly Hills Sanatorium42Weeden's History of the Colored People of Louisville-H.C. Weeden (1897)42Women's Rights-LouisvilleBiographies-Louisville and Kentucky42Biographies-Kentucky42Biographies-Louisville (2 folders)42Armstrong, Vene P.42Bernheim Family42Breckinridge Family42Brown Family42Buchanan, Joseph R.42Caldwell Family42Campbell, Allen42Campbell, John (2 folders)42Carpenter, Floyd42Carter Family42Casseday Family42Churchill Family42Clark, George Rogers42Connolly, John42Corbly, John42Crawford, James (2 folders)42Croghan, George42Crowell Family42DuPont Family52Farnsley Family52Floyd, John52Fontaine Family52Guthrie Family52Hert Family52Jacob Family52Johnson, Tom L. (2 folders)52Keats Family52Littell Family52Marschall, Nicola52Minary, Thomas J.52Newcomb, Horatio52Pomeroy, George52Pope Family52Rice Family52Robb, Tully52Semple Family52Sherley Family52Simons, Lum52Smith, John Lawrence52Smith, Peter52Speed Family52Thomas, Samuel B.52Thruston Family52Ward, Edward52Whallen Family52Wharton, ThomasNeighborhoods-Louisville52Anchorage52Audubon Park52Beechmont52Belgravia Court52Bowman Field-Seneca Park52Buechel52Butchertown52California52Camp Taylor52Charlestown52Clarksville52Clifton52Corn Island52Crescent Hill52Downtown52Fern Creek52Fisherville52Germantown52Glenview52Harrod's Creek52Highland Park62Highlands62Hikes Point62Hurstbourne/Lynn Station62Irish Hill62Jeffersontown62Jeffersonville62Limerick62Lyndon62Main Street62Middletown62Neighborhoods-General62New Albany62Newburg62Old Louisville (3 folders)62Parkland62Pewee Valley62Phoenix Hill62Point, The62Portland62Prospect62Russell62Saint James Court62Saint Joseph's62Saint Matthews62Seneca Gardens62Shawnee/West Louisville62Shipping Port62Shively62South end62Valley Station62West Point62Westport62WorthingtonKentucky and Indiana-General History72Architecture- Indiana72Architecture- Kentucky72Bond and Power of Attorney Book: 1799-1805 (Kentucky)72Bridges- Covered: Kentucky and Indiana72Bridges-Kentucky & Indiana [mostly Ohio River] (2 folders)72Bridges-United States Cities72Civil War-Kentucky72Covington/Newport72Geology-Indiana72Geology-Kentucky72Indiana-History72Iron Deposits and Foundries-Kentucky and Indiana (includes manuscript)72Kentucky-History72Labor/Labor Unions History-Kentucky72Long Run Massacre/Floyd's Defeat-Vince Akers72Lumber/Woodworking-Kentucky72Maps-Kentucky72Post Offices-Kentucky and Indiana72Salt Licks-Kentucky72Stone Quarries-Kentucky72Turnpikes and Highways (Indiana and Kentucky) Transportation 9.25 linear feet This series is subdivided into three subseries: Transportation - Louisville; Transportation; and Timetables. With the exception of the timetables, these series are arranged alphabetically by topic and include photographs. The first subseries includes information on buses, stations, inter-urbans, riverboats, and street railways in the Louisville area. The subseries titled "Transportation" covers a broader geographic scope, including the U.S. in general, railroads in other states, and automobiles. The final subseries, "Timetables," speaks for itself. These materials are primarily from the 20th century. Transportation-Louisville93Buses: Louisville (includes jitneys, trolleys, and manuscript by Wilkins)93Central Station-Louisville93Interurbans-Louisville 1900-1912 (2 folders)93Interurbans-Louisville93Kentucky River Navigation Chart-Louisville District 194293Light Rail-Louisville (includes "Transportation Tomorrow")93Louisville & Frankfort Railroad93Louisville, Harrods Creek & Westport Road Railroads93Louisville & Nashville Railroad (3 folders)93Louisville & Portland Railroad93Louisville Rail Fans Club93Louisville Railway Company93Louisville Southern Railroad93Maps-Transit: Louisville93Railway Ordinances-Louisville103Reports and Studies-Railroads of Louisville & Indiana103Riverboats-Louisville103Street Railways- Accidents-Louisville103Street Railways- Bank Street-Louisville103Street Railways- Broadway and Bardstown Road-Louisville103Street Railways- Car Barns & Car Houses103Street Railways- Car Barns & Car Houses-Louisville Track Plans103Street Railways- Chestnut Street-Louisville103Street Railways- Chronology Louisville 1896-1973103Street Railways-Conductors-Louisville103Street Railways- Corporate Affairs and Strikes-Louisville103Street Railways- Fourth Street-Louisville103Street Railways- Horse Cars-Louisville103Street Railways- Jefferson Street-Louisville103Street Railways- Liberty Street-Louisville103Street Railways- Ordinances-Louisville103Street Railways- Main Street-Louisville103Street Railways- Market Street-Louisville103Street Railways- Minor Lines-Louisville103Street Railways- Portland and Shelby-Louisville103Street Railways- Power Stations-Louisville103Street Railways- Preston Street-Louisville103Street Railways- Second Street-Louisville103Street Railways- Track Diagrams & Track Plans-Louisville103Street Railways- Walnut and Crescent Hill-Louisville103Streetcar Routes-Louisville103Transit Authority of River City (TARC) (2 folders)103Toonerville Trolley-Louisville103Union Station-Louisville Transportation113African-Americans: Railroad Employment113Amtrak113Baltimore and Ohio Railroad113Birney Cars113Bridgeton and Saco River Railroad113Brochures-Travel (mostly rail)113Brooklyn (New York) City Railroad113Buses (includes omnibuses, jitneys, and trolleys)113Businesses & Industries-Railroad113Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad113Chicago, Danville, and Vincennes Railroad113Chicago Rapid Transit Company113Compressed Air Locomotive and Street Car Company113Cumberland & Ohio Railroad113Daisy Line113Ferries-United States Cities113Gomaco Trolley Company113Hooppole, Yorktown, and Tampico Railroad113Illinois Central Railroad113Interurbans, Illinois113Interurbans, Indiana (3 folders)123Interurbans-Ohio123Kentucky/Indiana Bridge & Railroad123Kentucky Railway Museum123Kentucky-Railroad Laws123Lexington & Ohio Railroad123Light Rail Transit Systems- Cities (United States & Canada)123Light Rail-Louisville (includes "Transportation Tomorrow")123Locomotives-United States123Maps-Rail: Cities (United States, Canada, Australia & Europe) (2 folders)123Maps-Transit: Cities (United States & Canada) (2 folders)123Motor Car Companies-Railroad-United States Cities123Monon Railroad123Mule Car Lines123New York City Transportation133Passes and Tickets-Rail133Patton Motor Car133Penn Central Railroad133Pennsylvania Railroad133Philadelphia & Reading Railroad133Railroads-Abandoned-Kentucky (Sulzer Series)133Railroads-Australia & Europe133Railroads-Canada133Railroads-Cincinnati133Railroads- Electric-United States Cities133Railroads- Indiana133Railroads Pins133Railroads- Shortlines (2 folders)143Railroads-United States Cities143Ramshorn Cars143Red Arrow Line-Pennsylvania143Service Cars143Sprinkler Cars143Storage Battery Cars143Street Railways- Cars-Kentucky143Street Railways-Chicago143Street Railways- Indiana143Street Railways- Indianapolis143Street Railways- Jeffersonville143Street Railways- Kentucky Cities (2 folders)143Street Railways- St. Louis Car Company143Street Railways- Statistics-United States Cities143Street Railways- Trucks153Street Railways-United States Cities153Streetcar Lines153Tramways et Automobiles-Paris 1900153Transit History-United States153Travel-Resorts-United States CitiesTimetables173Timetables Images 6.25 linear feet This series is subdivided by format into four subseries: Slides, Negatives, Photos, and Stereo-Opticon Slides. The slides subseries includes images of railways in Indiana, the American south, and elsewhere; architecture in Louisville and the eastern US; steamboats and other aspects of river travel; buses; and the Western US. Negatives include family photographs, and railway images. Print photographs include images of railroads, rail stations, street cars, and electric lines. Stereo-Opticon slides relate primarily to railroads, bridges and boats n the U.S., although there are some slides depicting scenes from outside the United States. Slides184Southern Shortlines (2 folders)184Southern Indiana Railways184Louisville Railway Co. (3 folders)184Rivers and Canals-United States Cities184Louisville History and Architecture (2 folders)184Western Landmarks and Landscapes (2 folders)184Railway Excursions-Kentucky and Indiana (2 folders)184Architecture-Eastern United States (2 folders)184Shotgun Cottages-Eastern US184Covered Bridges-Eastern United States (2 folders)184Nature Scenes and Historic Architecture (3 folders)184Architecture-United States Cities (2 folders)194Rivers, Steamboats, Canals194N&W, IC, NYC, Southern-Railroads194Railroads-Kentucky and Indiana (3 folders)194Railways-Missouri and Illinois194Western Shortlines194Yater Scenics and Personal (4 folders)194Train Engines and Cars194English Railroads194Believe It or Not194Italy194Transit Authority of River City (TARC) Program194Northwest Trip194England194Oregon Trail194Louisville History204Louisville Scenes204Railway Museums-United States Cities204Trains-United States Cities (Steam and Diesel)204Electric Traction Railroads-United States Cities214Electric Traction Railroads-United States CitiesNegatives344Negatives-Yater Family Photos354Negatives-Railway364Negatives-RailwayPhotos774Railroads-United States784Louisville Railway Company and L&N Railroad794Louisville Railway Company and Railroads804Electric Lines-Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania804Electric Lines-Kentucky and Indiana804Electric Lines-United States Cities804Electric Lines-unknown locations804New York Central (includes Louisville & Jeffersonville Bridge and Railroad Company)804Railroads-Shortlines (United States Cities)804Railroad Stations-Louisville & Lexington804Railroads-Major Systems-United States Cities804Southern Railway System804Louisville and Eastern Railroad804Kentucky Term and Traction804Lexington (Kentucky) Street Cars804Kentucky Trolleys804Terre Haute, Indianapolis, and Eastern Railroad804Indiana Railways (including traction companies)804Louisville Railway Company-Cars804Louisville Railway CompanyStereo-Opticon Slides814Horseshoe Curve, PA & Misc. PA Railroad Scenes814Railroad Scenes-Miscellaneous & West814Railroad Stations814Boats814Bridges814Railroad Tourist Lines814Reproductions-City And Transportation Scenes814Scenic Views-Cities, Parks, Rivers814Railroads-Foreign814Cities & Miscellaneous views-Foreign814Scenes-Foreign & US/Family (Color)814Railroad Accident/Train Wrecks824Urban Transit-Streetcars & Trolleys824Railroad Scenes (East & New England)824Railroad Scenes (Industries-Pennsylvania)824Urban Transit-New York City Elevated Lines Postal 2 linear feet This series is subdivided into two subseries: Postmarks and Stamps; and Postcards. The postmarks and stamps are restricted. In addition, some envelopes may contain letters. The Postcards subseries is arranged alphabetically by state/topic, and consists primarily of geographic images, although there are also railway images. Postmarks and Stamps *RESTRICTED*165Postmarks-Airmail165Postmarks-Canada165Postmarks-First Day Covers (3 folders)165Postmarks-Foreign165Postmarks (9 folders)165Stamps (3 folders and binder)Postcards295Alabama295Arizona295Arkansas295California295Colorado295Florida295Georgia295Idaho295Illinois295Indiana295International295Kansas295Kentucky295Louisiana295Louisville295Maine295Massachusetts295Michigan295Minnesota295Mississippi295Missouri295Montana295Nevada295New Hampshire295New Mexico295New York295North Carolina295Ohio295Oklahoma295Oregon295Other305Pennsylvania305Railways305Rhode Island305South Carolina305South Dakota305Tennessee305Texas305Utah305Vermont305Virginia305Washington D.C.305Washington State305West Virginia305Wisconsin305Wyoming305Yater (received by Yaters)305Yellowstone Railway Serials 16 linear feet This series consists of 30 boxes of journals and other published materials relating to railways. Publication dates range from 1852 to 2004, from the second half of the 20th century. There are, however, runs of the Electric Railway Journal and the Street Railway Journal from the early 20th century, and reports from the 19th and early 20th centuries. 386Light Rail and Modern Tramway 1992-97396Light Rail and Modern Tramway 1992-97396Tramways and Urban Transit 1998-2001396Overseas Railway 1952-53, 1962406Modern Tramway & successive titles 1943-19914061) Modern Tramway & Light Rail Transit Review4062) Modern Tramway & Light Railway Review4063) Modern Tramway & Light Rapid Transit Review4064) Modern Tramway & Rapid Transit Review416Modern Tramway & successive titles 1943-19914161) Modern Tramway & Light Rail Transit Review4162) Modern Tramway & Light Railway Review4163) Modern Tramway & Light Rapid Transit Review4164) Modern Tramway & Rapid Transit Review426Modern Tramway & successive titles 1943-19914261) Modern Tramway & Light Rail Transit Review4262) Modern Tramway & Light Railway Review4263) Modern Tramway & Light Rapid Transit Review4264) Modern Tramway & Rapid Transit Review436Modern Tramway & successive titles 1943-19914361) Modern Tramway & Light Rail Transit Review4362) Modern Tramway & Light Railway Review4363) Modern Tramway & Light Rapid Transit Review4364) Modern Tramway & Rapid Transit Review436Electric Railway Historical Bulletin #1-42 (most are undated--1953-64)446Street Railway Journal 1907-08 [FRAGILE]456Street Railway Journal 1907-08 [FRAGILE]466Street Railway Journal 1907-08 [FRAGILE]476Street Railway Journal 1907-08 [FRAGILE]486Headlights 1953-70, 1976-78, 1997496Headlights 1953-70, 1976-78, 1997496Trolley Sparks 1945-50506The Western Railroader 1952-53, 1962506Classic Trains 2001, 2003-04516Dixie Line 1984-2004526Dixie Line 1984-2004526Cincinnati Street Cars 1968-97536Railway and Locomotive Historical Society Bulletin 1921, 1927, 1942-77546New Electric Railway Journal 1990-98556Trolley Talk 1969-83566Trolley Talk 1969-83566Locomotive Notes 1963-1982566TRI-MET MAX 1988, 1990, 1992566Capital Traction Quarterly 1964-65566Australian Railway Enthusiast 1969-70566Chapter Chatter 1987, 1995, 2004566Motor Coach Age 1990-91, 2000566Railway and Locomotive Historical Society Newsletter 2003-04566The Cartwheel 1999-2000576Traction Heritage 1969-83586Railway and Locomotive Historical Society of Railroad History 1960, 1963, 1974-78, 1980, 1983, 1989-02 (w/ index)596Electric Railway Journal 1908-12606Electric Railway Journal 1908-12616Electric Railway Journal 1908-12626Electric Railway Journal 1908-12636Transportation Bulletin 1956-73636Transportation 1948-67636Dispatcher 1957-67636Tram Tracks: The Electric Traction Monthly 1948-49646Interurban Newsletter 1944-51646National Railway Bulletin 1973, 1979, 1981-82, 1986-89, 1991-2001, 2003646Australasian Railway and Locomotive Historical Society 1949-50646Central Electric Railfans Association Bulletin and Publications 1922, 1939-42656Electric Traction Quarterly 1962-65656The Electric Railway 1954-55656Brill Magazine 1913, 1925656North American Light Rail Annual 1992-93656Colorado Annual 1962-67656MPRA Newsletter (Metropolitan Philadelphia Railway Association) 1962656Australian Railway Historical Society 1954-60656Train Sheet 1946-61656Pacific Railway Journal 1954666Train Shed Cyclopedia 1973-75666Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio Bulletin 1957-63666Short and Narrow Rails 1977-79, 1982666Wheel Clicks 1938-43666CRHA News Report (Canadian Railroad Historical Association) 1961666Headway Recorder 1958-59, 1962666Railways in Australia 1949-53666Electric Traction 1951-54, 1959-62666Scale Model Traction and Trolleys Quarterly 1997-2001666Canadian Rail 1967-68676Annual Report of the State Engineer and Surveyor of the Railroad Statistics. . . 1852676Reports of the Several Railroad Companies of Pennsylvania 1861676Annual Report of the Railroad Commissioners of the State of New York. . . 1856676The Official Railway Equipment Register 1967676Railway and Industrial Section of the Commercial & Financial Chronicle 1917 Audio Visual Materials 2.625 linear feet This series is subdivided by format into Audiocassettes; Vinyl Records "Trains"; and Videocassettes. The audiocassettes are believed to be recordings of lectures, and cover a variety of (primarily historical) topics. The vinyl records contain recordings of train sounds, train whistles, folk songs, and the like. The videocassettes include University of Louisville-related recordings such as the Fryberger Sing of 2000, and the Unitas Award ceremony of 1992; transportation, Louisville and Kentucky history; and railroading history. Audio Cassettes227BSMHS 9/27/1998 Ted Franklin Beluo-Lyman Draper's "Life of Boone" (Tape 1 of 2)227BSMHS 9/27/1998 Ted Franklin Beluo-Lyman Draper's "Life of Boone" (Tape 2 of 2)227LHC & WRR December 1993227K&I Railroad History227New Jersey227Waterfront #1 1/12/1990 John Caperton227Birds-417 Belgravia 5/14/1983237Trains (45 rpm)237Ausfahrt frei fur Lok S 3/6 (45 rpm)237The Hawk Mountain line (45 rpm)237Arcade and Attica Railroad (45 rpm)237Sounds of the Steam Locomotive: General (45 rpm)237Your Sound of Steam Souvenir (45 rpm)237Sounds of 1401 (45 rpm)237The Strasburg Railroad (45 rpm)237Titans of the High Iron: A Treasury of Great Steam Engines (33? rpm)237The Sounds of Steam Railroading (33? rpm)237Great Moments of Steam Railroading (33? rpm)237The Power of Steam (33 ? rpm)237Sounds of Steam Locomotives No. 1 (33? rpm)237Local Freight on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Volume 1 (33? rpm)237Tweetsie (33? rpm)237Folk Songs of the River (33? rpm)237Rio Grande to Silverton: A Sound Portrait of Mountain Railroading (33? rpm)237Car 766: An Audio Portrait of the Washington, D.C. Streetcar (33? rpm)237Whistle Echoes of the Ohio & Mississippi River Steamboats Volume 2 (33? rpm)237Whistle in the Woods: Sounds of Logging Railroads of the West (33? rpm)237The Railroad in Folk Song (33? rpm)237The Sound of Streetcars (33? rpm)237Extra 4449 North Daylight (33? rpm)237Reno Brothers-WLRP-February 24, 1957 (33? rpm)237Unknown Train LP (33? rpm)237Unknown Train LP (33? rpm)237Rail Dynamics (33? rpm)Video Cassettes2472000 Fryberger Sing-University of Louisville-April 9, 200024764th Annual Fryberger Sing-University of Louisville-March 4, 2001247Louisville Today: "The Sports Pages" 10/21/1989247University of Louisville Homecoming-October 19, 1996-Navy V-12 Breakfast247Unitas Award 1992247University of Louisville Hall of Fame-Sports Page & Raw Footage2472001 Hall of Fame2471988 Denny Crum Show and Alumni Basketball Game247Town & Gown 19892471999 University of Louisville Alumni Fellow Awards247Alumni Feature-Don Russell and Rodney Williams247University of Louisville Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2/13/1999247A Farewell to Friends . . . Or . . . Being South of the S.A.C. Sucks247University of Louisville Annual Report 1987-19882471994 Eye to Eye with Connie Chung-University of Louisville Homecoming2571994 OOK National Convention in Lexington257Streetcars of River City-Preliminary Edits257St. Louis Light Rail257Louisville Water Co. Statues257Dave Williams257"History of the Trolley" A&E Time Machine 1/15/1993257Trolleys with T.C. for George Yater257Civil War257K & I John Hartline257That was Then . . .257Trains from East Coast to West Coast-from C. Byrd257The ODK Story257Louisville-A City at the Falls257Fourth Street-Louisville's Street of Yesterdays257Kentucky Life . . . On the Road267Fountaine Ferry Park: A Time of Innocence267Understanding Your Diabetes267Partnership for Progress: The Campaign for Bellarmine College267Streetcars of River City: Louisville Railway and Louisville & Interurban Railway267L&N 152 in Kentucky and Beyond267Thunder on the Rails267Light Rail Transit: A Proven Alternative267Garden Railways: A Video Album267The Indiana Railroad: Indiana's great traction system in its final three years267Ropes and Rails: The Cable Cars of San Francisco267Reflections of American Railroading: 1935-1966267Reflections of Louisville & Nashville Railroads267Chatham Choo-Choo267Red Devil! Ohio's Traction Line of the 1930s277Railways of the Isle of Man277Trolleys of the South-Part 1277Trolleys of the South-Part 2277Transit Archive Series-Volume One277Transit Archive Series-Volume Two277Transit Archive Series-Volume Three277Gerald M. Best's 1927 Steam Odyssey277The Vanishing El (1950) & New York Rapid Transit277The Train Buff's Dream: toccata for toy trains277Trolleyfest 1994277Union Pacific (Cecil B. DeMille's film classic)277Hollywood's Railroad Treasures: Danger Lights277Feelin' Great Show 1-Week of September 20, 1993287Last of the Giants287A Great Railroad at Work287This is My Railroad287The Steam Locomotive287Wheels of Steel287The Railroad Story (2 copies)287The Golden Age of Steam Trains287Louisville Guide-1991287The North Shore Line Oversized and Realia 7.175 linear feet This series is subdivided by material type into two subseries: Model Train Equipment and Oversized Materials. The model train equipment is restricted. Oversized materials include plaques; a scrapbook; photographs and drawings of river scenes, railroads and streetcars; maps, atlases, geological surveys, and river charts; track diagrams and plans; and certificates relating to George and Marge Yater. Model Train Equipment *RESTRICTED*378Model Train EquipmentOversized Materials688Plaques698Scrapbook708Louisville Anzeiger March 1, 1898708"General Specifications for Train Cars" scrapbook718Photos & Drawings-Railcars, Streetcars, and Engines718Photos & Drawings-Louisville Buildings & River Scenes, Maps718Photos & Drawings-Indiana & River Scenes718Brill Magazine Negatives718Atlas of City of Louisville-1879718Ohio River Navigation Chart-Louisville District 1959718Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company Car Chart 1878-1898718Louisville Profiles from Early Newspapers-1850s718Atlas of Henry and Shelby Counties-1882 *fragile*718Portrait of Unidentified Man718Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas of the World 1860 (disbound)718George and Marge's Diplomas, Resolutions, and Certificates728MAPS: Kentucky -Includes Historic and Railroad Maps (some L&N)738MAPS: Louisville, Jefferson County, & Surrounding Areas738Includes neighborhoods, transit, geological survey, 1937 flood748Louisville Railway Company-Track Diagrams, Track Plans, & Railroad Decals758Indiana/Ohio Maps-Includes Historical, Railroad, & Geological Surveys768United States Cities Railroad-Track Diagrams, Track Plans, Car Plans & Blueprints (some by manufacturing location & photos)

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