Index for the Register Volumes 68-110 (1970-2012)



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Logan, Caleb W., 93:398, 400

Logan, George: and integration of the University of Ky., 103:412–14

Logan, James, 68:128

Logan, J. H., 74:119

Logan, John, 71:168; See Ligon, John

Logan, John A.: biographical sketch of, 105:590–91; Ky. Regiment, 105:589–90, 592, 610–12; Union Third Division, 105:673

Logan, John H.: ed., Atlas of Historical County Boundaries: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, noted, 93:511

Logan, Marvel M., 84:36, 85:149, 95:54, 104:452

Logan, Mills, 80:312–13, 328–29

Logan, M. O., 75:80

Logan, Molly, 90:67

Logan, Ralph: congressional race in 1948, 109:329

Logan, Robert, 84:276

Logan, Stephen T., 69:195, 106:474

Logan, William, 68:127, 71:158, 88:246, 248, 104:13

Logan, W. Va., 87:387, 389, 401, 403

Logan City, Ky., 72:340



Logan County (Ky.) Union: Buena Vista Springs resort, 93:62; on kissing, 93:59

Logan County, Ky., 69:101, 259, 272, 70:303, 305, 71:12, 14–18, 347, 401, 412–13, 72:13, 73:366, 75:179, 90:331, 100:11, 14, 104:555; during Civil War, 109:71; free African Americans in, 109:300; and the Great Revival, 69:219–20, 222, 233; revivals in, 106:201; Shakers at South Union, 94:33–58; Tilghman Offutt in, 108:178

Logan Female College (Russellville, Ky.), 93:46, 69, 75, 76, 78

Logan's Cross Roads (Mill Springs, Ky.), 70:253

Logan's Crossroads (Mill Springs, Ky.), 76:9, 96:236

Logan's Fort, Ky., 74:244, 79:241, 258–59, 90:67, 69; siege of, 107:18

Logansport, Ind., 70:100

Logan's Station, Ky., 68:117, 70:219–20, 72:395, 97:137, 141, 150

Logan Street (Louisville, Ky.), 107:33–34

Logan Wildcats, 97:433



Log Cabin Myth: The Social Backgrounds of the Presidents, by Edward Pessen: reviewed, 83:74–75

Log Cabin Seminary (Bourbon County, Ky.), 73:140, 144

Log College (Bucks County, Pa.), 106:170, 173

Logevall, Fred, 102:312; options in Vietnam, 102:330–31

Log Mountain (Ky.), 68:98

Log Structures: Preservation and Problem Solving, by Harrison Goodall and Renee Friedman: reviewed, 80:228–29

Logue, John: Life At Southern Living: A Sort of Memoir, reviewed, 99:206–7

Logwell, Thomas: Daniel Boone's surveys for, 102:552

Logwood, Thomas, 108:75

Lohrke, Jack ("Lucky"), 82:385

Loki (horse), 100:485

Lomask, Milton: Aaron Burr: The Years from Princeton to Vice President, 1756–1805, reviewed, 79:82–84

Lomax, Alan, 98:392, 404

Lombard, Anne S.: book reviews by, 100:207–9, 101:121–23, 102:569–71, 104:703–5; Making Manhood: Growing Up Male in Colonial New England, reviewed, 101:325–27

Lombroso, Cesare, 81:137

Lomperis, Timothy J.: book review by, 101:549–52; From People's War to People's Rule: Insurgency, Intervention, and the Lessons of Vietnam, reviewed, 95:114–15

London (England ) Star: and the Magniadas Lincoln medal, 109:191–92

London (Eng.) Morning Post, 108:195

London (Eng.) Patriot, 72:331

London (Eng.) Times: account of John Hunt Morgan's Ky. raid, 108:42

London (Ky.) Mountain Echo, 98:46

London (Ky.) Times: on William Preston, 93:279

London, England, 70:319, 327, 345, 72:81, 331, 412, 415, 73:67, 288, 94:402; Greek Committee, 72:167; John S. Rarey in, 108:194–95

London, Jack, 96:356

London, Ky., 68:108–9, 125, 129, 95:64, 101:460; segregation in, 109:360; visited by Heinrich Lemcke, 75:231

London Agreement and Charter, 95:149–50

London Communist League (London, Eng.), 69:152

London Guarantee, Accident, Fidelity and Casualty Company, 70:130

London Lions Club (London, Ky.): minstrel shows of, 109:360

London School of Economics, 96:292; and Lowell H. Harrison, 105:33

London School of Economics (London, Eng.), 68:190



London Times: on Henry H. Denhardt, 84:388

London Zoo (London, England): John S. Rarey at, 108:195



Lone Star Pasts: Memory and History in Texas, edited Greg Cantrell and Elizabeth Hayes Turner: reviewed, 106:116–18

Lone Star Rising: Lyndon Johnson and His Times, 1908–1960, by Robert Dallek: reviewed, 90:214–15

Long, Alecia P.: and LeeAnn Whites, eds., Occupied Women: Gender, Military Occupation, and the American Civil War, 110:461

Long, Earl, 85:157

Long, E. B.: book review by, 72:180–81; "The Paducah Affair: Bloodless Action that Altered the Civil War in the Mississippi Valley," 70:253–76

Long, Frank W.: Confessions of a Depression Muralist, reviewed, 95:210–11

Long, Huey, 68:376

Long, Huey P., 71:320–21, 75:327, 85:157; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:2, 79, 84

Long, James, 71:63, 89

Long, John, 69:101

Long, John C.: and the Underground Railroad, 109:322

Long, John H.: ed., Atlas of Historical County Boundaries: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, noted, 93:511

Long, Long Day for November, A, by Moffitt Sinclair Henderson: reviewed, 71:106–8

Long, Mr. —, 108:96

Long, Samuel, 88:420, 91:290

Long, Squire, 80:278

Long, William, 69:117

Long brothers, 69:159

Long Cave (Edmonson County, Ky.): saltpeter mining in, 77:261

Longest Raid of the Civil War, by Lester V. Horwitz: reviewed, 99:396–98

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 69:166



Long Green: The Rise and Fall of Tobacco in South Carolina, by Eldred E. Prince Jr. with Robert R. Simpson: reviewed, 99:171–72

Long Hard Road: American POWs during World War II, by Thomas Saylor: reviewed, 105:747–49

Long Hunt: Death of the Buffalo East of the Mississippi, by Ted Franklin Belue: reviewed, 95:182–83

Long Hunters, 68:92, 102, 105, 118, 122; 1970 celebration of, 69:291



Long Hunters of Skin House Branch, The, by Ruth Paull Burdette and Nancy Montgomery Berley: reviewed, 69:290–91

Longin, Thomas C.: book review by, 74:66–68

Long Island (Holston River), 72:226

Long Island College Hospital (New York), 97:169

Long Island of the Holston, 97:145, 150–53, 156

Long Is the Way and Hard: One Hundred Years of the NAACP, edited by Kevern Verney and Lee Sartrain: reviewed, 108:435–37

Long Journey Home (film), 96:131

Longley, Kyle: book reviews by, 100:415–16, 104:200–201, 766–67



Long Lost Blues: Popular Blues in America, 1850-1920, by Peter C. Muir: reviewed, 108:155–57

Longly, Thomas, 88:147

Longly, Thomas Jr., 88:147

Long March Ahead: African American Churches and Public Policy in Post–Civil Rights America, edited by R. Drew Smith: reviewed, 104:371–73

Longmire, Marion, 72:203

Longmoor, W. W.: Ky. Historical Society, 101:19

Longraker, Mark Garrett: Rhetoric and the Republic: Politics, Civic Discourse, and Education in America, reviewed, 105:486–88



Long Road to Annapolis, The: The Founding of the Naval Academy and the Emerging American Republic, by William P. Leeman: reviewed, 109:217–19

Long Row to Hoe, by Billy C. Clark: reviewed, 92:81–84

Long Run (Jefferson County, Ky.): settlement of Captain Abraham Lincoln at, 106:345, 514

Long Run Baptist Association (Louisville, Ky.), 88:136, 90:249

Long Shadow: Jefferson Davis and the Final Days of the Confederacy, by Michael B. Ballard: reviewed, 85:271–72

Longstreet, James, 71:317, 73:85, 81:373, 89:367–68, 93:274–75, 277–80, 101:452, 454, 455



Long Time Coming: A Photographic Portrait of America, 1935–1943, by Michael Lesy: reviewed, 101:538–41

Lonz Powers: or, The Regulators, by James Weir, 72:10, 15–17

Lookingbill, Brad D.: American Military History: A Documentary Reader, noted, 108:313



Looking for Clark Gable and Other 20th-Century Pursuits, by Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton: reviewed, 95:334–35

Looking South: Chapters in the Story of an American Region, edited by Winfred B. Moore Jr. and Joseph F. Tripp: noted, 88:492–93

Look magazine: on Alben W. Barkley, 92:24; reporting on Harlan County, Ky., 107:490–91, 502, 507

Looney, Captain ——, 89:3

Looney, James T., 90:282

Looney, J. Jefferson: book reviews by, 100:71–73, 548–49

Looney, Nina: illus., 107:358

Looney Ridge (Harlan County, Ky.), 107:504

Loory, Stewart, 109:400

Loosey, Rosemary, 83:119

Lopat, Edmund W., 99:105

Lopez, Claude-Anne: and Eugenia Herbert, The Private Franklin, 105:250; My Life With Benjamin Franklin, reviewed, 99:75–76

López, Narciso: 1849 attempt to invade Cuba, 105:580; 1850 López expedition, 105:571–615; 1850 López expedition, illus., 105:589; 1851 invasion of Cuba, 105:612–13; illus., 105:597, 610

Lorain County, Ohio, 94:289



"Lord, We're Just Trying to Save Your Water": Environmental Activism and Dissent in the Appalachian South, by Suzanne Marshall: reviewed, 100:578–79

Lord Dunmore's War (1774), 69:251, 286, 70:152, 293, 72:279, 78:303, 86:5, 100:331, 106:344–45, 347, 107:40; See alsoMurray, James (Lord Dunmore)

Lorenz, Edward C.: Defining Global Justice: The History of U.S. International Labor Standards Policy, reviewed, 99:197–99

Lorenz, Pare, 84:175



Lore of the Meadowland, by John Wilson Townsend, 72:308

Loretto, Ky., 68:254, 256, 258

Loria, Achille, 92:240

Lorimer, ——, 83:7, 17

Lorimer, George C., 90:237–38, 239

Lorrain, Claude, 90:35



Los Angeles (Calif.) Times: book award of, 107:147; on Fred M. Vinson, 75:308

Los Angeles, Cal., 69:8

Los Angeles, Calif., 73:76, 99:103, 118, 382, 385, 100:200, 110:554–55; Watts riot in, 107:349, 352, 356, 385

Los Angeles A to Z: An Encyclopedia of City and County, 99:385

Losantiville, Ohio, also see Cincinnati, Ohio, 69:128

Lossing, Benson J., 105:200; Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War: Journeys Through the Battlefields in the Wake of Conflict, noted, 96:116; The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution, 72:75

Losson, Christopher: Tennessee's Forgotten Warriors: Frank Cheatham and His Confederate Division, noted, 89:333



Lost and Found: Reclaiming the Japanese American Incarceration, by Karen L. Ishizuka: reviewed, 105:156–58

Lost Cause, 105:388, 107:244, 250, 258, 108:11, 109:358, 110:440, 457, 530, 568, 572; book about, 107:221; and emancipation, 102:398, 399; ideology of, 107:148, 242, 246, 251, 108:348, 110:578, 580–81; and Jefferson Davis, 107:159–61; memory of, 107:143, 203–35; myth of, 107:197; romanticism of, 102:394; sentiment for, 109:72; significance in recent historiography, 102:401



Lost Cause: Myths and Realities of the Confederacy, by William C. Davis: reviewed, 95:199–200

Lost Life of Horatio Alger Jr., by Gary Scharnhorst with Jack Bales: reviewed, 84:435–36

Lost Promise of Patriotism, The: Debating American Identity, 1890–1920, by Jonathan M. Hansen: reviewed, 102:250–51

Lost Promise of Progressivism, by Eldon J. Eisenach: reviewed, 93:361–62

Lost Revolutions: The South in the 1950s, by Pete Daniel: reviewed, 98:313–14

Lost Sandstones and Lonely Skies and Other Essays, by Jesse Stuart: reviewed, 79:75–78

Lost Soul of American Politics: Virtue, Self-Interest, and the Foundations of Liberalism, by John P. Diggins: reviewed, 83:380–82

Lost State of Franklin, The: America's First Secession, by Kevin T. Barksdale: reviewed, 107:96–98

lotteries: in Kentucky, 87:405–25



Lotus Unleashed, The: The Buddhist Peace Movement in South Vietnam, by Robert J. Topmiller: reviewed, 101:549–52

Loudon Collection (Huntington Library, San Merino, Calif.), 74:59

Loudoun County, Va., 70:29

Lough, J. M.: reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:631–32

Louisa, Ky., 69:287, 70:131–33, 72:247–48, 250, 255–58, 261, 384, 75:304, 105:657; Edward Francis training at, 101:457; Land Company, 72:391

Louisa Company (1774), 73:67

Louisa County, Va.: Shelton Morris in, 109:307

Louisa High School (Lawrence County, Ky.), 102:69

Louisa Pine Hill Cemetery (Louisa, Ky.), 70:133

Louisa River (Ky.), 70:278, 72:226, 73:64–65, 67



Louis D. Brandeis, Felix Frankfurter, and the New Deal, by Nelson L. Dawson: reviewed, 80:334–36

Louis D. Brandeis: A Life, by Melvin I. Urofsky: reviewed, 107:422–23

Louis D. Brandeis: Justice for the People, by Philippa Strum: reviewed, 83:162–64

Louisiana, 69:151, 160, 191, 242, 70:195, 197, 312–14, 316–17, 71:94, 129, 273, 320–21, 323, 366, 372, 377, 391, 72:5–7, 357, 389, 88:74, 95:5, 98:241, 99:250, 100:345–47, 106:405; African American recruitment of soldiers in, 106:598; Denton Offutt in, 108:206; election of 1844 in, 100:464–65; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:12; George Rogers Clark's proposed expedition against, 73:341, 343; Jesuits in, 108:222, 241; Louisiana Purchase, 100:334–35, 343, 348, 102:510; plantations of, 105:51; and secession, 101:417; settlement of, 106:338; slave law of, 108:235; slave trading in, 110:316; Spain cedes to France, 100:334; during Spanish control, 71:364; state arsenal, 105:586, 601; state capital relocation issue, 104:266, 282; state university of, 69:90; students from at Saint Joseph's College, 108:242–43; sugar plantations, 101:443; triracial isolate group in, 102:212



Louisiana Baptist, 74:208, 210–12

Louisiana Historical Association and The Historic New Orleans Collection: Charting Louisiana: Selected Talks from the Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial Conference DVD, reviewed, 104:141–43

Louisiana Legion, 105:586

Louisiana Lottery Company, 87:415, 416



Louisiana Native Guards: The Black Military Experience during Civil War, by James G. Hollandsworth Jr.: reviewed, 94:320–22

Louisiana Purchase (1803), 73:499–500, 74:280, 343, 77:79, 106:358, 107:149, 110:535

Louisiana Regiment: 1850 López expedition, 105:586, 606–8; Ky. officers in, 105:602; members of, 105:613; number of, 105:604; weapons of, 105:605

Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.), 68:376, 72:56, 73:205, 98:342, 101:401, 105:278, 107:147, 149, 164; Robert Penn Warren at, 104:79, 81, 82

Louisiana State University Press, 101:430; selected letters of Robert Penn Warren, 104:81, 83–84

Louisiana Sugar Plantations during Civil War, by Charles P. Roland: noted, 97:241–42

Louisiana Territory, 71:74, 78–79, 95:227; political transition of, 102:490; slavery in, 106:359



Louis McLane: Federalist and Jacksonian, by John A. Monroe: reviewed, 72:280–81

Louis Philippe: paintings at St. Joseph Church (Bardstown, Ky.), 68:259–61



Louisville (steamboat): during Mexican War, 106:11

Louisville (Union ironclad), 74:5, 7–8, 169–70, 174, 175, 184–86, 188, 189

Louisville (U.S. gunboat), 69:19

Louisville, Cincinnati & Charleston Railroad, 73:127, 129, 134

Louisville, Frankfort, and Lexington Railroad, 79:224

Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Railroad, 76:34



Louisville, Ky., 68:198, 207, 289, 292, 319–20, 322, 326, 329, 335, 337–38, 69:11–16, 33, 51, 59, 78, 109–10, 112–13, 115–17, 124, 181, 211, 258, 273, 326–27, 70:18–19, 66, 75, 78, 108, 171, 173, 227, 229, 278, 302, 319, 338, 341, 71:11–12, 15–16, 51, 54, 61–62, 66, 92, 132, 134, 138, 185–87, 192, 198, 209, 218–19, 227, 232, 235–36, 239, 243, 247, 249, 273, 293, 296, 307–8, 350, 369, 410, 427, 436, 438, 453, 72:14, 226, 237, 267, 330, 337, 339–40, 344, 349–50, 352–53, 73:8, 20, 174, 208, 220, 223, 231, 347, 350, 352–53, 361–62, 383, 385, 391–92, 428–29, 74:46–47, 66, 105, 124, 237, 308, 313, 75:13, 21, 138, 77:7, 78:219, 312–13, 81:124, 239, 92:370, 94:13, 26, 52–53, 64–65, 95:59, 63, 132, 389, 396, 420–21, 424, 96:243, 97:51, 58, 306, 314, 365, 379, 98:24, 183, 245–46, 255, 284, 289, 374, 397, 403, 100:197, 200, 298, 486, 490, 103:665, 105:421–22, 588, 667, 106:345, 351, 420, 434, 454, 107:216, 110:240, 459, 549; African Americans in, 72:111–13, 115, 117, 121, 123–24, 126–27, 129–30, 132, 78:39–54, 228, 235, 89:346–48, 93:159–79, 98:155–57, 170–72, 175, 99:363–84, 104:695, 107:56, 69–70, 109:292–93, 303–4, 344–45, 348, 395–431, 110:509, 544–45, 547; air pollution, 102:158–60; amphitheater auditorium, 78:27–38; baseball in, 99:115; B. F. Goodrich Plant, article about, 102:157–81; and Bloody Monday, 69:150–72; book about reviewed, 69:390–92; Braden case, 104:228–42; bridge for and George Keats, 106:62; Catholics in, 68:255–56, 258, 263; cigarette plants in, 100:314, 317; and the Cincinnati-Charleston Railroad, 73:125–28, 132–34; city charter bill, 104:270; city hall, 99:388; civil rights movement in, 99:44, 390, 101:238, 104:213–14, 217–48, 697–98, 109:344–45, 348, 349, 354–57, 359–61, 362, 370–76; during Civil War, 69:340–41, 346, 349–51, 355, 358–59, 70:200, 208, 210, 217–18, 72:25–26, 28, 30, 34, 36, 382, 384–86, 388, 73:182–87, 190, 193, 291–92, 295, 297–99, 302, 304, 306, 396, 403, 406, 96:317–24, 326–34, 337, 97:248–49, 254–55, 257, 259, 263–64, 282, 103:628–29, 658–60, 106:435, 108:59, 76, 95, 110:165, 177–78, 261, 332, 336–38, 351–53, 359, 375, 430, 469, 471, 473, 485, 499; coffeehouses in, 106:61; and the Confederacy of Portland, 82:170–75; Daniel Boone sculpture, 102:513–14; defense industry in, 99:377–78; Democratic Party in, 104:453–54, 517–18, 589–90, 683; description of in mid-nineteenth century, 106:60–63; distilling industry in, 75:28–54; domestic servants in, 85:111–37; economy of, 100:46, 108:352; education in, 86:103–18, 108:235–36, 238; and the election of 1828, 74:51–57; filibustering, 105:572, 582–83, 585, 592, 596, 598, 604, 611, 660, 667; flood of 1937, 79:349, 81:154–67, 105:421–22; founding of, 102:523; free blacks in, 109:295–326, 110:301, 321; Freedmen's Bureau in, 110:239, 511, 521; and GAR Convention of 1895, 81:274–86; and General Orders, No. 11, 110:180–81; George A. Ellsworth in, 108:79; and George Keats, 106:43–68; German POWs in, 100:143, 146; Grant's visit to, 103:659–60; and Greek independence, 72:145–46, 162–63, 165–66; and Henry Clay Jr., 106:9–10, 40; immigrants in, 110:305; Jews in, 110:167–70, 175, 178; Joseph Holt in, 106:376, 380; judiciary of, 102:362–63; and Kentucky Derby, 105:421; in the Know-Nothing era, 102:357–82; Ky. Historical Society in, 101:8–12; and Ky. Supreme Court justices, 70:126–27, 135, 137–38; and the L&N Railroad, 95:1–28; labor issues in, 78:140–56, 82:136–50; and Louisville and Portland Canal, 72:38–54; and the Louisville Canal, 71:70, 75–76, 84; lynching in, 102:357–82; Mark Twain lecture in, 72:134–35, 137, 140, 142; mayoral election of 1961, 109:421–28; and Mexican War, 90:324, 327, 330, 332, 336, 95:245, 247–50, 252, 259, 268, 279, 105:578; militia of, 102:376; Municipal Court of, 71:43; and Patrick Henry Callahan, 92:175–76, 179–81, 184; politics in, 102:363, 104:590; population of, 99:364–65, 367, 373, 377, 379–81; Presbyterians in, 110:280; proposed canal at, 100:435; pubic-accommodations bill, 110:548; public housing in, 99:377–78; and the red scare, 104:217–48; religion in, 108:233; Republican Party in, 107:545; residential land subdivision process, 1772-2008, 107:33–81; and runaway slaves, 110:318; school board, 72:141; school integration, 99:19, 379, 101:244, 264, 104:213–14, 217–48, 697–98, 105:3–32; Second Kentucky Infantry in, 106:11; segregation in, 78:39–54, 93:159–79, 104:695; slavery, 101:105, 102:362–65, 110:298; state capitol relocation issue, 104:249–50, 254, 256, 258–62, 264, 267, 269, 272–74, 276–77, 279, 281–83; steamboat access, 106:191; telegraphic communication during Civil War, 75:319, 108:23–25, 54, 76; Thomas Hutchison in, 106:418–19; trade connections of, 110:305; Underground Railroad in, 109:321–24; Union meeting in, 110:256; U.S. Marine Corps Reserve company in, 110:135–36, 140, 155, 160–61, 163; visited by Adlai E. Stevenson, 75:113–14; visited by Zachary Taylor, 75:319; visit of Charles Stuart Parnell to, 69:140–49; west end of, 99:372–74, 381; and whipping of criminals, 100:8, 20; William English Walling in, 96:351–53, 374; William S. Hays in, 93:175–76; women in politics, 99:255–56, 263, 266, 271–76, 280; woolen mills strike in, 82:136–50; during World War I, 99:126, 148; during World War II, 99:377–79; yellow fever in, 74:303, 304

Louisville & Nashville Railroad (L&N), 69:340–41, 351, 355, 357, 70:168, 172, 200, 205, 212, 217, 71:177, 183, 186, 219, 273, 427–28, 435, 437, 72:13, 34, 37, 73:304, 308, 309, 346, 350–55, 74:40, 44, 46, 75:23, 129, 76:34–37, 39, 43, 287, 292–93, 310, 78:219, 227, 239–41, 245–46, 322, 324–25, 332, 336, 338–41, 79:158, 224, 86:121, 87:149, 90:100, 92:49, 269, 93:298, 95:409, 410, 96:321, 97:248–50, 252, 254–55, 259, 260, 261, 263, 264, 273, 278, 282, 283, 98:254, 255, 99:56, 100:307–8, 310, 104:519, 106:59, 109:298, 110:57; and 1922–23 railroad strike, 100:304–5; during Civil War, 108:23, 27, 42, 59, 67, 76, 110:353, 472; Company, 74:232, 233; consolidation with Kentucky Central Railroad, 105:415; expansion of in Corbin, 100:295; and history of L&N workers, 82:60–71; importance to the Confederacy, 103:630; map of rail lines of, 100:294; oral history of, 82:60–71; origins of, 95:1–28

Louisville Abstract and Loan Association, 74:143

Louisville Advertiser, 97:2

Louisville and Eastern Railroad, 95:405

Louisville and Frankfort Railroad Company, 95:19

Louisville and Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan: and subdivision planning, 107:69

Louisville and Jefferson County Planning and Zoning Commission, 107:73, 80; and subdivision planning, 107:69–70

Louisville and Jefferson County Progressive Party, 104:223

Louisville and Lexington Railroad: during Civil War, 108:30–32

Louisville and Nashville Military Band, 104:274–75

Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N), 68:101

Louisville and Nashville Turnpike, 68:339, 102:357; Lincoln family near, 106:473

Louisville and Portland Canal (Louisville, Ky.), 69:151, 165, 73:208, 94:64, 95:370, 378; and commercial rivalry, 72:38–54; completion of, 106:60; construction of, 107:34

"Louisville and the Origins of the L & N Railroad," by Aaron D. Purcell, 95:1–28



Louisville Anzeiger, 69:152, 75:223, 224

Louisville Armory (Louisville, Ky.), 109:406

Louisville Association of Life Underwriters: and George Chescheir, 105:459

Louisville Baptist Orphans Home, 98:24–25, 27, 37–40

"Louisville Baptist Orphan's Home: The Early Years," by Keith Harper, 90:236–55

Louisville Bar Association, 98:175

Louisville Board of Education, 71:231; and Albert Ernest Meyzeek, 89:357

Louisville Board of Trade, 69:89, 88:47; and subdivision planning, 107:66; supports state capital relocation to Louisville, 104:274

Louisville Board of Trade (Louisville, Ky.), 78:44

Louisville Brecks, 97:413

"Louisville Canal: Key to Aaron Burr's Western Trip of 1805, The," by Stuart Seely Sprague, 71:69–86

Louisville Chair Company (Louisville, Ky.), 73:429

Louisville Chancery Court: land records of, 107:46–49

Louisville Chemical Works (Louisville, Ky.): during Civil War, 110:354



Louisville Christian Observer, 74:118–19, 122

Louisville Churchmen's Federation, 94:255

Louisville Circulating Library (Louisville, Ky.): books of, 106:61–62

Louisville City Council: and George Keats, 106:63



Louisville City Gazette, 68:136

"Louisville Civil Rights Movement's Response to the Southern Red Scare," by Tracy E. K'Meyer, 104:217–48; Richard H. Collins Award, 105:279–80

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