Percy Haly scrapbook
- Percy Haly scrapbook
- Newman, Genevieve
- 0.1 Cubic Feet
- Speeches, addresses, etc.
- Assassination -- Kentucky.
- Politicians -- Kentucky.
- Governors -- Kentucky -- Election, 1900.
- Louisville (Ky.) -- Flood, 1937.
- Organized: Photographs; Rules of the Democratic Party; Woodson Speech; Clippings and photos. The clippings are arranged roughly chronologically.
- Preferred Citation
- M-137: [identification of item], Percy Haly scrapbook, 1900-1937, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
- University of Kentucky
- Biography / History
- Politician. Haly was at one time Adjutant-General of the Kentucky State Guards. He was also a prominent figure in the state's Democratic Party and active in flood relief work in Louisville during the 1937 flood. He died of pneumonia in February 1937.
- Scope and Content
- The Percy Haly scrapbook (dated 1900-1937; 0.1 cubic feet; 1 reel) consists of a microfilm copy of the scrapbook, which contains newspaper clippings, photographs and other materials about Haly, his career, and his family. It also contains clippings about the Goebel-Taylor contest for governor in 1900 and a copy of Urey Woodson's June, 1931 speech before the Kentucky Press Association, entitled, The Good Old Days.
Restrictions on Access and Use
- Conditions Governing Access
- Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
- Use Restrictions
- The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Contents of the Collection
- Reel 1
Table of Contents
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