University of Louisville. Public Deposited

Seal for University of Louisville featuring Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom, in profile. Below the profile is the year "1846." "University of Louisville Kentucky" surrounds the image in a circular frame. Two decorative elements hang from either side of the seal. Below the seal are the phrase "Presented by" and a blank space. The University of Louisville was formed when the Louisville Medical Institute (LMI), Louisville College (formerly the Louisville Collegiate Institute), and a newly created law school were combined in 1846. As of 2008, the university had the following schools and colleges: Arts & Sciences, Business, Dentistry, Education & Human Development, Graduate School, Kent School of Social Work, Brandeis School of Law, Medicine, Music, Nursing, Public Health & Information Sciences, and Speed School of Engineering. The university libraries are William F. Ekstrom Library, Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library, Dwight Anderson Music Library, Kornhauser Health Sciences Library, University Archives & Records Center, and the Law Library, which is part of the Brandeis School of Law. Black ink. Signed Hewett with four-digit year.

Item number
  • ULAL University of Louisville
Creator
Creator role
  • bookplate designer
Subject
Date original
  • 1918
Language
  • eng
Object type
Source
  • 15.3 x 8.3 cm. bookplate. Folder: Bookplates - University of Louisville, #55, in Ainslie Hewett (1880-1963) Collection, University of Louisville Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library.
Collection
Collection information
Repository
  • University of Louisville Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library
Rights statement
Ordering information
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