The Filson Historical Society Digital Projects

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    Report of a committee of the Senate of Kentucky to which was referred that part of the governor's message relating to the decisions and jurisdiction of the federal court.
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    Includes a statement of Transylvania University's accounts as well as reports from Rev. Horace Holley, President and Professor of Philosophy of the Mind, Robert Wickliffe, Librarian of the Law Library, Daniel Drake, Professor Meteria Medica and Medical Botany, C.S. Rafinesque, Librarian of the General Library and Keeper of the Museum, and others.
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    Report of the committee, appointed to inquire into the condition of the Louisville Hospital, to which is added, the report & petition of the managers of said institution.
  • MssBA_P738_F08_023.pdf

    The "Summary of Suggestions made by members of Plymouth Church at a workshop on March 27, 1971" is a three-page typescript depicting the wants of the members under the following topics: stimulating greater involvement of current members, reactivating inactive members, and bringing in new members.
  • MssBA_P738_F08_007.pdf

    "Operation Breakthrough: The Servant Church Facing the 20th Century" is a five-page document that details Plymouth Congregational Church's plan to break the separation between people, God, and neighbors. The plan is a two-year program during which the church aims to touch on the needs, wants, and dreams of mankind on five (5) levels: the immediate community, the members of the church, the city of Louisville, Kentucky, the world, and wherever an individual may be.
  • MssBA_P738_F08_017.pdf

    The annals of Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ, Louisville, Kentucky, is a six-page typescript recording the events of the church and its members from December 1969 to November 30th, 1970.
  • MssBA_P738_F08_026.pdf

    The proposed program is a two-page typescript, themed "A Thrust That's New for '72!" for Plymouth Congregational Church in the Russell neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. The program intends to reactivate all inactive members, add 50 or more new members, develop a broad program for the church youth, establish a system of visitation for inactive members, organize a year-round stewardship program, build a community outreach program, and appoint a Task Force to help coordinate the program.
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    The "Report of Activities of Plymouth Settlement House: 'A Community Chest Agency' 1938-1939" is a nine-page pamphlet documenting the management, staff, policies, and how the house provides aid to the surrounding community in the Russell neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, through pictures and descriptions. The pamphlet also documents the enrollment and organizations of the settlement house, with a detailed weekly schedule included. The Plymouth Settlement House conducted a survey of the surrounding community and found the economic background, interest, and recreation of the people interviewed.
  • MssBA_P738_F09_009.pdf

    The "Plymouth Settlement House Relevance for the 70's" is a 61-page booklet that details the policies and objectives of a settlement house operated by Plymouth Congregational Church in the Russell neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. The booklet also describes the services, programs and organizations for children and their families and senior citizens, summer camps, financial and governmental aid, sports and recreation, and education. The estimated budget for many of the programs and church are documented.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Betty Younger (1924-) on November 15, 2001. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Martha Yoffe (1923-) on August 19, 2001. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Simon Wolf (1930-) on July 22, 2012. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Henny Witzer (1919-) on July 17, 2001. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Jacob Wishnia (1937-) on December 16, 2014. The summary is accompanied by photographs of Jake and Carol Wishnia. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Sidney Winer (1929-2018) on July 31, 2001. The summary is accompanied by an obituary for Sidney Winer. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Aliene Winer (1929-2015) on July 31, 2001. The summary is accompanied by an obituary for Aliene Winer. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.

    Ailene Winer moved to Louisville after being enrolled at Indiana University. She grew up in Chicago, Illinois, and later moved to Los Angeles after her parents divorced. While there she found Jewish friends and observed all holy days, including being confirmed. Ailene assisted at Adath Jeshurun in her youth. Her spiritual experiences include Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and reaching out to the Lord in difficult times. She enjoys spending time with grandchildren, art, and engaging in activities future generations will remember her fondly as “fun” for.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Frances Winchel (1933-) in 2011. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.

    Frances Winchel grew up in Pennsylvania in a small Jewish town speaking English and Yiddish in the household. She moved to Louisville with her husband when he took a job at the Jewish Hospital. She and her extended family celebrated all holidays and greatly relished each other’s company, and she received no confirmation or Bat Mitzvah. Her father was very passionate about the state of Israel during World War II, and she celebrated Victory over Japan Day with her family at a nearby lake. Frances likes reading, dancing, and hopes to leave behind a strong dedication to Judaism.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Leonard Wexler (1931-) on April 15, 2002. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.

    Leonard Wexler was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, to a family that attended synagogue occasionally but not regularly. His community was mostly Jewish and the celebration of Pesach was especially important to his family. He was Bar Mitzvah’d. After marrying his wife Frances, he came to Louisville as an employee of Glenmore Distilleries. He remained active in the Jewish community at Temple and the Jewish Federation. He loves cycling, golfing, and reminding his children to be true to who they are.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Lee Werschulz (1925-) on November 20, 2001. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.
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    Summary of an oral history interview conducted with Frank Weisberg (1942-) on January 29, 2002. The interview was part of the Louisville Jewish Family and Career Services's project to document the lives of Jewish seniors in Louisville, Kentucky.
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