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



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Louisville Civil War Round Table, 69:90, 70:246, 72:300–301, 74:147, 80:89

Louisville College (Louisville, Ky.), 81:60–62, 64, 67, 106:59–60

Louisville College of Pharmacy (Louisville, Ky.), 68:214

Louisville Collegiate Institute (Louisville, Ky.), 81:59–60, 73

Louisville Collegiate School (Louisville, Ky.), 84:137

Louisville Commercial, 71:43–44, 72:41, 74:296, 84:357, 93:420, 96:37; on concealed weapons, 81:135, 138–39, 91:377, 383–84; on dueling, 81:151; on homicide, 81:144; on J. C. Wickliffe, 93:419; reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:373–74, 375–76; state capital relocation issue, 104:268–69, 277–78; whipping issue, 100:10, 16–17, 21

Louisville Commercial Club, 70:112, 104:279; supports state capital relocation to Louisville, 104:270–71, 274



Louisville Commission on Interracial Cooperation, 94:263

Louisville Courier, 70:300, 302, 71:30, 33–35, 41, 73:226, 238, 76:156, 79:13, 221, 224, 95:56; on concealed weapons, 81:137, 91:382–83; Federal occupation of Ky., 110:350–51; on railroads, 95:10; reports on 1850 López expedition, 105:599

Louisville Courier-Journal, 69:141–44, 146–47, 149, 275, 389, 71:38–40, 42–43, 46, 49, 308–9, 72:133, 135–36, 140–41, 360, 73:95, 374, 383, 385, 74:113, 301, 303, 308, 75:113, 78:42, 51, 330, 332–33, 79:55, 236–38, 334, 336, 346, 350, 80:313, 81:137, 139, 84:144, 345, 91:195–97, 93:186, 95:30, 96:32, 37–38, 301, 98:363, 370–71, 373, 379, 381, 99:32, 33, 35, 235, 246, 100:9, 13, 488, 495, 101:1, 104:425, 454, 549, 593, 105:393, 107:54, 79, 393, 109:420; 1947 Democratic gubernatorial primary, 104:518; on A. B. ("Happy") Chandler, 80:325, 329, 84:417, 85:159; on Alben Barkley, 92:33; on Annie Fellows Johnston, 89:144; and the Appalachian Volunteers, 107:348; on Ben Johnson, 84:26, 28, 37, 45; Carl Braden, 104:243; criticism of Billy Klair, 90:264–65; on Cumberland Falls, 81:32–34, 36, 40–41, 43; and desegregation issues, 109:353, 357; on domestic servants, 85:133–34; on dueling, 81:151; on Earle Clements, 84:401, 417, 104:519; on education, 83:195; and George Chescheir's POW reeducation program, 105:451; on George Colvin, 85:68; on Henry H. Denhardt, 84:384, 391–92, 396, 96:302; on J. C. W. Beckham, 95:44, 52; on John Sherman Cooper, 84:198; on judicial elections, 93:418; on Ky. lottery, 87:405; on Lawrence Wetherby, 84:405, 408, 411–12; on League of Nations, 95:44–45, 47–48, 50; on lobbying, 76:301; on Matt Ward trial, 84:116, 118, 122–23, 131, 143; on miners, 86:220; on Patrick Henry Callahan, 92:196; on Paul E. Patton legacy, 100:82–83, 102:85–87; on prohibition, 92:184–85; and public school reform, 109:48, 53, 59; reporting on Harlan County, Ky., 107:475; resistance to red scare, 104:243; and Robert Worth Bingham, 94:247–61; on school reform, 83:26–27, 31–32; state capital relocation issue, 104:267, 269, 274, 277; on state mental hospitals, 84:412; and strip mining, 107:333; and subdivision planning, 107:66; on the Tenth Indiana, 96:225; Thomas D. Clark commentary on, 103:374; on Toonerville Trolley, 77:112–13, 116; truck deal story, 104:575; on University of Louisville, 81:59, 70; on USS Kentucky and USS Kearsarge, 88:54; voter registration drive in Louisville, Ky., 109:408; on William McKinley, 96:254; on William Preston, 93:285; on William S. Hays, 93:287; See Courier-Journal

Louisville Courier-Journal Magazine: article about George Chescheir, 105:459–60

Louisville Daily Courier, 69:163, 165, 170, 72:114, 84:347, 99:345, 347, 352, 360; reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:372, 375, 379, 381; and the slave curfew, 102:363–65; Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:418–21, 424, 430–31

Louisville Daily Democrat, 76:3, 210, 93:292; on the battle of Shiloh, 93:266; Emancipation Proclamation, 106:587; on Portland, 82:172–73, 175; slavery, 106:580; on Whigs, 93:393

Louisville Daily Journal, 70:9, 76:3, 200, 213, 84:347; on Abraham Lincoln, 76:206; on Democrats, 93:393; on Don Carlos Buell, 96:328; on Green Clay Smith, 76:202–3; on guerrillas, 86:355, 357, 361, 365, 368, 370; on John Bell, 76:156

Louisville Daily Union Press, 71:32

Louisville Defender, 71:250, 91:196, 99:21–22, 25, 28, 30, 34, 375, 104:238, 241, 246, 109:339, 415; on Albert Ernest Meyzeek, 89:357; business boycott in Louisville, Ky., 109:413–14; and desegregation issues, 109:353; Louisville mayoral election of 1961, 109:428; and public accommodations in Louisville, Ky., 109:375, 401, 416–17, 420; support for the Bradens, 104:228; support for William O. Cowger, 109:425–26; voter registration drive in Louisville, Ky., 109:408, 410, 419

Louisville Democrat, 69:116, 160, 71:30–31, 33–34, 36–38, 42, 72:388, 73:222, 75:90, 80:293, 106:60; attitude to Lincoln administration, 103:628; Emancipation Proclamation, 106:455, 464; and General Orders, No. 11, 110:181; John Hopkins Harney, 105:593; on Matt Ward trial, 84:115–16, 118, 122–23, 131, 145; reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:372, 377, 381; and the slave curfew, 102:363–65; Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:419; Vicksburg campaign victory celebration, 103:659

Louisville Diamonds: The Louisville Major-League Reader, 1876–1899, by Philip von Borries: noted, 97:237–38

Louisville Directory (1832), 106:62, 107:47

Louisville District of the Corps of Engineers, 74:61, 62



Louisville Evening Bulletin: antisemitic letter in, 110:179; reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:377

Louisville Evening Express, 71:40

Louisville Evening Post, 69:142, 72:140–41, 75:47, 78:51, 94:250, 95:32; on crime, 91:383

Louisville Free Public Library (Louisville, Ky.), 69:391, 70:338; Ky. Historical Society library in, 101:12; and segregation, 99:368–69

"Louisville Free Public Library's Racially Segregated Branches, 1905–35," by Cheryl Knott Malone, 93:159–79

Louisville Gas & Electric Company (LG&E), 99:366–67, 391, 107:63

Louisville General Agents and Managers Association: and George Chescheir, 105:459

Louisville Guards, 102:376



Louisville Herald, 72:362, 77:113–14, 94:250

Louisville Herald-Post: on Ben Johnson, 84:48; on the Little Colonel, 89:139; and subdivision planning, 107:66

Louisville High School (Louisville, Ky.), 84:110–11, 126, 135, 143

Louisville Home Telephone Company (Louisville, Ky.), 73:429

Louisville Hotel (Louisville, Ky.), 106:60; and Morris Shelton, 109:308; Narciso López at, 105:585

Louisville Human Relations Commission (Louisville, Ky.): and public accommodations, 109:428–30

Louisville Independent School District: demographic changes in, 105:8–11; merger with Jefferson County School District, 105:13–16, 19–23; school desegregation, 105:6–10

Louisville International Airport, 107:63; See alsoStandiford Field Airport

Louisville in World War II, by Bruce M. Tyler: noted, 103:843

"Louisville-Jefferson County School Desegregation Case, The: A Lawyer's Retrospective," by Robert A. Sedler, 105:3–32



Louisville Journal, 68:23, 57, 70–71, 73, 78, 136, 69:122, 160, 163–65, 167–70, 330, 337, 383, 70:300, 308, 71:10, 31–32, 46, 72:107, 367, 369, 380, 73:125, 132–33, 383, 74:198, 80:287, 294, 81:137, 248, 99:344, 347, 350, 102:374, 106:602, 108:41, 48; Abraham Lincoln, 103:628, 106:475; on Albert Ernest Meyzeek, 89:357; antisemitic letter in, 110:180; battle of Shiloh, 103:639; Jewish chaplaincy issue during Civil War, 110:175; letter denouncing Confederates, 97:8; on Mahlon D. Manson, 96:231–31, 234, 236–37; on Matt Ward trial, 84:115–16, 118, 129; opposition to John C. Frémont, 106:577; on Portland, 82:172–74; reaction to Grant's Vicksburg campaign, 103:631–32; reaction to Louisville lynching, 102:368, 372, 379–80; report of George A. Ellsworth, 108:11–12; and the secession crisis, 110:258; and the slave curfew, 102:363–65; on the Tenth Indiana, 96:225; on Thirteenth Amendment, 75:219; Thomas Hutchison interview, 106:419; Thomas Nelson Page and, 68:1–16

Louisville Law School (Louisville, Ky.): and Daniel W. Lindsey, 105:666



Louisville Ledger, 71:48

Louisville Legal Aid Society: Louisville–Jefferson County school desegregation suit, 105:6

Louisville Legion: Jews in, 110:171; See First Kentucky Infantry

Louisville Legion (Louisville, Ky.), 81:277, 90:140, 143, 146, 326, 327, 334

Louisville Links: and civil rights protests in Louisville, Ky., 109:371

Louisville Literary News-Letter, 101:10

Louisville Lodge of Elks (Louisville, Ky.), 106:56

Louisville Lyceum (Louisville, Ky.): and George Keats, 106:55

Louisville Male High School (Louisville, Ky.), 71:218, 77:31, 81:60, 64, 70, 89:347, 104:421, 109:421; and school desegregation, 109:400; voter registration drive in Louisville, Ky., 109:406–7

Louisville Medical Institute (Louisville, Ky.), 74:305, 81:59–60, 60–61, 62, 64, 66, 73–74

Louisville Medical News, 74:308

Louisville Morning Courier, 73:237; on Robert J. Breckinridge, 82:229; on sending Kentucky troops to Mexico, 90:325

Louisville Municipal College (Louisville, Ky.), 109:328–29, 332; and Afred Milton Carroll, 109:347; and the University of Louisville, 109:398

Louisville Municipal College for Negroes (Louisville, Ky.), 71:233, 240, 244, 251, 99:368, 370–71, 373, 376

Louisville NAACP Veterans Committee, 109:427



Louisville New South, 83:253

Louisville Ordnance Depot, 70:214

"Louisville Platform" (1854), 69:152

Louisville Post, 78:42; state capital relocation issue, 104:270–73

Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Louisville, Ky.), 110:583



Louisville Public Advertiser, 72:43, 47–50, 146–47, 151, 153, 162–63, 165, 73:130–31, 133, 75:93, 76:156; advertising gunpowder, 88:423; on Jefferson Seminary, 86:110

Louisville Railway, 94:256

Louisville Real Estate Board: and subdivision planning, 107:66

Louisville Real Estate Exchange (Louisville, Ky.), 78:42



Louisville Record: on prohibition, 92:184

"Louisville Riots of August, 1855, The," by Wallace S. Hutcheon Jr., 69:140–49

Louisville Road (Frankfort, Ky.): illus., 103:487

Louisville Sanitary Commission, 73:307



Louisville Scenes, by Caroline Williams: reviewed, 69:390–92

Louisville School Board, 72:141



Louisville Sunday Argus, 69:143

Louisville Theater (Louisville, Ky.), 72:164



Louisville Times, 69:160, 337, 72:140, 75:39, 77:114, 78:42, 51, 79:334, 347, 81:29, 96:301, 99:23, 109:40–41; on The Civil War and Readjustment in Kentucky, 86:59; death of Earl F. Parks Sr., 102:174; and desegregation issues, 109:357; on Henry H. Denhardt, 84:396; illus., 100:171; on Matt Ward trial, 84:116, 118; on prohibition, 92:190; resistance to red scare, 104:243; and Robert Worth Bingham, 94:247–61; state capital relocation issue, 104:277; and subdivision planning, 107:66; on William English Walling, 96:374

Louisville Union Press, 72:388

Louisville Urban League, 94:263

Louisville Varnish Company (Louisville, Ky.), 92:176, 195; and profit sharing, 78:140–56

Louisville Water Company, 94:255–56; extension of sewer lines, 107:69



Louisville Weekly Journal, 72:14–15, 79:27

Louisville Western Courier, 72:338–39

"Louisville Woolen Mills Strike of 1887, The: A Case Study of Working Women, the Knights of Labor, and Union Organization in the New South," by Nancy Schrom Dye, 82:136–50

Lounsbury, Carl R.: An Illustrated Glossary of Early Southern Architecture and Landscape, reviewed, 92:319–20

L'Ouverture, Toussaint, 70:26



Love, Eleanor: Eleanor Roosevelt and Her Friends, by Joseph P. Lash: reviewed, 81:226–28

Love, Eric T. L.: Race over Empire: Racism and U.S. Imperialism, 1865–1900, reviewed, 104:163–65

Love, John, 69:166

Love, Norman D.: book review by, 78:383–84

Love, William, 69:256, 265

"Love and Honor: The Robert Wickliffe Family of Antebellum Kentucky," by Andrea S. Ramage, 94:115–33



Love and Power in the Nineteenth Century: The Marriage of Violet Blair, by Virginia Jeans Laas: reviewed, 97:217–19

Love and War: Pearl Harbor Through V-J Day, by Robert and Jane Easton: reviewed, 90:417–18

Love for Sale: Courting, Treating, and Prostitution in New York City, 1900-1945, by Elizabeth Alice Clement: reviewed, 105:142–43

Lovejoy, Arthur O., 85:57–59, 63

Lovejoy, Elijah P., 72:215, 96:358, 360, 106:527; lynching of, 106:368

Lovejoy, Owen, 69:171, 106:527–28

Lovelaceville, Ky., 68:316

Loveland, Anne C.: and Otis B. Wheeler, From Meetinghouse to Megachurch: A Material and Cultural History, reviewed, 101:556–58

Loveless, Patty: songs of, 107:509

Lovell, Mansfield, 70:178

Lovely, Sylvia, 99:257, 282–83

Lovely Lane Chapel (Baltimore, Md.), 102:18

Loveman, Brian: No Higher Law: American Foreign Policy and the Western Hemisphere since 1776, reviewed, 108:387–88

Lovett, Eddie, 80:40

Lovett, Laura A.: Conceiving the Future: Pronatalism, Reproduction, and the Family in the United States, 1890–1938, reviewed, 105:517–19

Lovett, Wells: 1963 Democratic gubernatorial primary, 104:582–83, 587

Lovett, Wilson, 110:544

Loving, Hector V., 68:192–93, 196, 198, 207

Loving, William V., 68:192

Lowden, Frank O., 95:53

Lowder family, 68:224

Lowe, John, 92:39–40

Lowell, James Russell, 80:292, 96:365, 106:439

Lowell, Mass., 68:34, 105:638

Lowell, Robert, 90:373

Lowenfish, Lee: Branch Rickey: Baseball's Ferocious Gentleman, reviewed, 105:737–39

Lower Blue Licks (Ky.): Daniel Boone at, 102:493

Lower Hogg Creek (Greenup County, Ky.), 68:226

Lower Sandusky (Ohio): during the War of 1812, 105:207–8, 215

Lower Shawneetown (Chillicothe, Ohio), 90:19, 20, 24

Lowery, Charles D.: and John F. Marszalek, eds., Encyclopedia of African-American Civil Rights, noted, 91:248

Lowery, J. Vincent: book review by, 110:119–21

Lowery, Malinda Maynor: Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South: Race, Identity, and the Making of a Nation, reviewed, 108:430–33

Lowery, William, 80:380

Lowes, Ky., 92:36; and the Barkley family, 78:343, 346–47, 357

Lowinger, Gene: I Hear a Voice Calling: A Bluegrass Memoir, noted, 107:631–32

Lowitt, Richard: book reviews by, 75:341–43, 88:358–59, 90:311–12, 101:375–76

Lowman, Harry King, 99:27; 1963 Democratic gubernatorial primary, 104:582–83

Lowry, Thomas P.: Story the Soldiers Wouldn't Tell: Sex in the Civil War, reviewed, 93:105–6

Loyal Land Company, 74:243, 75:143

Loyola University (Chicago, Ill.), 90:114; school of medicine, 69:175

Luallen, Eugenia Crittenden ("Crit"), 99:278–79, 102:79

Lubeck, Germany, 69:389

Lubove, Roy: on urban history, 107:35–36

Lucas, Marion B., 96:185, 97:84, 96, 345, 98:155, 166, 101:74, 103:723; "African Americans on the Kentucky Frontier," 95:121–34; analysis of slavery in Ky., 103:691–92, 722; "Berea College in the 1870s and 1880s: Student Life at a Racially Integrated Kentucky College," 98:1–22; book notes by, 82:110–11, 86:97, 93:123–24, 94:344, 96:217; book reviews by, 77:313–14, 81:305–7, 84:222–24, 85:72–73, 163–64, 91:88–89, 447–48, 95:191–93, 98:312–13, 100:59–60, 533–34, 102:94–95, 104:130–32; Boone Day 2004 roundtable discussion, 102:461–87; "'Dear Pa is in a worry': The Life and Death of Burritt Hamilton Fee," 105:617–56; A History of Blacks in Kentucky, vol. 1, From Slavery to Segregation, 1760–1891, 102:151; A History of Blacks in Kentucky, vol. 1, From Slavery to Segregation, 1760-1891, 109:290–91; A History of Blacks in Kentucky, vol. 1, From Slavery to Segregation, 1760–1891, reviewed, 91:65–75; illus., 102:12; "Kentucky Blacks: The Transition from Slavery to Freedom," 91:403–19; reviewed, 104:130–32; Sherman and the Burning of Columbia, noted, 88:118–19

Lucas, Mark: book reviews by, 88:484–85, 91:104–5, 93:373–74, 95:435–36; ed., Home Voices, noted, 89:433

Lucas, Patrick Lee: book review by, 106:256–58

Lucas, Scott W. (Ill.), 76:116

Luce, Henry, 94:263, 110:480; Time magazine, 107:479

Luckett, Craven P., 72:168

Luckett, Robert: book review by, 108:303–5

Luckett, T. D.: subdivision design by, 107:73

Luckey, John, 91:2, 3

Lucy Audubon: A Biography, by Carolyn E. DeLatte: noted, 107:627

Lucy Audubon: A Biography, by Carolyn E. De Latte: reviewed, 81:428–30

Lucy Breckinridge of Grove Hill: The Journal of a Virginia Girl, 1862–1864, edited by Mary D. Robertson: noted, 93:129; reviewed, 78:283–84

Lucy Somerville Howorth: New Deal Lawyer, Politician, and Feminist from the South, by Dorothy S. Shawhan and Martha H. Swain: reviewed, 105:153–55

Lucy Walker (steamboat), 71:453

Ludington, Assistant Inspector General ——, 69:118–19, 121–22

Ludlow, Ky.: and public school reform, 109:56

Ludlum, Charlotte, 89:76

Lujack, Johnny, 98:351

Lukacs, John: The Hitler of History, reviewed, 96:211–12; Outgrowing Democracy: A History of the United States in the Twentieth Century, noted, 83:90

Lukas, Albert, 100:156

Lukas, Richard C.: Bitter Legacy: Polish-American Relations in the Wake of World War II, reviewed, 81:337–39; book review by, 78:294–95; Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles under German Occupation, 1939–1944, reviewed, 84:442–44



Luke Lea of Tennessee, by Mary Louise Lea Tidwell: reviewed, 93:112–13

Luke Pryor Blackburn: Physician, Governor, Reformer, by Nancy Disher Baird: reviewed, 78:259–60

"Luke Pryor Blackburn's Campaign for Governor," by Nancy D. Baird, 74:300–313

Lumbee: triracial isolate group, 102:215

Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South: Race, Identity, and the Making of a Nation, by Malinda Maynor Lowery: reviewed, 108:4308–433

Lumpkin, Roy ("Father"), 97:439

Lumsden, Linda J.: Inez: The Life and Times of Inez Milholland, reviewed, 102:433–34; Rampant Women: Suffragists and the Right of Assembly, reviewed, 96:206–7

Luna, Antonio, 83:337

Lunbeck, Elizabeth: The Psychiatric Persuasion: Knowledge, Gender, and Power in Modern America, reviewed, 93:237–38

Lunceford, ——, 69:258

Lund, Jens: Flatheads and Spooneys: Fishing for a Living in the Ohio River Valley, noted, 94:214–15

Lund, William: War Production Board, 104:488

Lunderman, Charles, 109:418, 429; Republican Executive Committee (Louisville, Ky.), 109:425

Lunger, Irvin E., 74:230, 83:55; Boone Day speaker, 101:34

Lupold, Harry Forrest, ed.: "A Union Surgeon Views the War from Kentucky, 1862," 72:272–75

Lupton, J. T., 94:414

Lurton, Horace Harmon, 70:121, 134–35

Luse, Christopher: book review by, 106:247–48

Lusk, James, 69:247, 262, 266–67

Lusk, John T., 69:257

Lusk, Sarah, 69:267–68

Lusk, Will, 69:267

Lusk Creek (Livingston County, Ky.), 69:263

Luskey, Brian P.: book review by, 106:91–92

Lusk-Ferguson Ferry (Livingston County, Ky.), 69:269, 271

Luther, Martin, 106:170

Lutheran Church in America, 94:293–94

Lutherans: in Lexington, Ky., 106:196–98, 200, 216

Lutkemeier, W. A., 72:203

Luttrell, John, 73:67

Lutz, Paul V., 68:70, 265

Luvaas, Jay: and Harold W. Nelson, eds., The U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battle of Antietam: The Maryland Campaign of 1862, noted, 87:94; and Harold W. Nelson, eds., The U.S. Army War College Guide to the Battle of Gettysburg, noted, 86:99–100

Luxemburg, Rosa, 96:356

Lykins family, 68:226

Lyle, James, 100:342

Lyle, John, 69:227, 73:138–40, 145, 90:71; and the Cane Ridge revival, 106:182, 203

Lyle's Female Academy (Bourbon County, Ky.), 73:138, 140

Lyman, Theodore: With Grant and Meade: From the Wilderness to Appomattox, noted, 92:451–52

Lyman C. Draper Collection: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 101:19

Lyman T. Johnson Middle School (Louisville, Ky.), 109:348



Lyman T. Johnson v. Board of Trustees of the University of Ky.: and integration of the University of Ky., 103:407–8

Lynch, Gertrude, 93:55

Lynch, James David: See James David Lynch Papers

Lynch, Ky., 97:191; coal-company housing in, 107:488; NAACP in, 109:361; and the U.S. Steel Corporation, 107:483

Lynch, Thomas, 72:403

Lynchburg, Va., 71:425, 100:298

lynching: in Ky., 100:17; Lincoln-Haycraft correspondence, 106:310–11, 313–14, 332, 436; in Louisville, 102:357–82; study of, 89:346, 351–53; as triumph of white racism, 102:400–401; and the Will Lockett case, 84:263–79, 349

Lynching in America: A History in Documents, by Christopher Waldrep: reviewed, 105:316–17

Lynching in the New South: Georgia and Virginia, 1880–1930, by W. Fitzhugh Brundage: reviewed, 92:99–101

Lynching in the West: 1850-1935, by Ken Gonzales-Day: reviewed, 105:319–20

Lyndon, Ky., 69:392

Lyndon Station, Ky., 68:13

Lyne, Edmund, 78:312

Lynn, Loretta, 74:129, 90:64, 96:129, 101:4, 104:639; museum artifacts of, 107:506

Lynn, Loretta Webb, 83:126

Lynn, M. E., 72:126

Lynn, William, 83:218, 222, 226

Lynn Camp Creek (Ky.), 68:105–7

Lynne, Edmund, 77:188, 194–95, 198

Lynnland, Ky., 68:199

Lynn Station, Ky., 70:223

Lyon, Chittenden, 74:53, 80:403

Lyon, Danny: Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement, noted, 91:367

Lyon, George Ella: book review by, 86:89–91

Lyon, Hugh, 82:245

Lyon, Hylan B., 75:227, 94:396; Ky. raid of, 110:458, 471

Lyon, Mary, 89:70

Lyon, Matthew, 69:269, 70:315, 71:75, 77, 79:330, 80:400, 403, 406; and the conquest of Canada, 76:45–52; in Ky., 77:201–6

Lyon, Nathaniel, 70:80

Lyon, Rhoda J., 98:9

Lyon, Sidney S., 80:409



Lyon County (Ky.) Herald: on Barkley Dam, 88:190

Lyon County, Ky., 69:397, 80:393, 90:167, 181, 99:346, 352, 104:675

Lyons, France, 68:260; Jesuits in, 108:221

Lyons, Samuel, 88:147

Lystra, Ky., 70:319

Lythe, John, 68:280, 69:49, 73:357

Lythgoe, A. J., 97:275, 285

Lytle, Andrew, 80:9, 32, 103:272; Bedford Forrest and His Critter Company, noted, 83:295; and Robert Penn Warren, 104:78, 90

Lytle, Mark: book review by, 89:327–29

Lytle, Mark Hamilton: Gentle Subversive, The: Rachel Carson, Silent Spring, and the Rise of the Environmental Movement, reviewed, 105:344–46

Lytle, Robert T., 75:197

Lytle, Robert Todd, 74:56

Lytle, William, 72:39–43, 45; memories of frontier Ky. agriculture, 107:8

Lyttle, David Y., 93:414


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M & M drugstores (Richmond, Ky.): desegregation of, 109:385

Maas, Melvin J.: and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, 110:138–39, 162

Mabee, Carleton: with Susan Mabee Newhouse, Sojourner Truth: Slave, Prophet, Legend, reviewed, 92:215–17



Mable Walker Willebrandt: A Study of Power, Loyalty, and Law, by Dorothy M. Brown: noted, 83:386–87

Macalpine, Ida, 71:459

MacArthur, Arthur, 83:335, 337–40, 342–44, 346; Philippine War, prosecution of, 104:48

MacArthur, Douglas, 85:151–52, 86:231, 243, 247, 92:293, 93:84, 100:460, 102:329; Inchon landing of, 110:135, 151

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