Indiana State Fair
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: S186
Collection — Folder: S1980
Scope and Contents This collection includes a commercially printed card from Braden and Burford in Indianapolis, Indiana regarding the Indiana State Fair, a brochure for the Hook's Historic Drug Store and Pharmacy Museum, and a newspaper clipping of "Hoosier Listening Post" by Katie Milner Rabb.
Collection — Folder: OB141
Collection — Folder: OBC228
Scope and Contents This collection contains a seating diagram for the livestock show pavilion at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and was created most likely during the 20th century by architects, Rubush and Hunter in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Collection — Folder: S2026
Scope and Contents This collection is an assortment of items, dated from 1883-1926, possibly used for a speech on oral and family history. The items relate to the Cox and Clark families. Included is a French post card; Professor Paul Sebring of Vincennes University song recital program; two tickets for the 1924 Indiana Democratic State Convention at Tomlinson Hall, Indianapolis, Indiana; a Paramount Artists Service business card; Jeffersonville, Indiana, First Christian Church bulletin; Vincennes University...
Collection — Folder: S1553
Scope and Contents An envelope and a tiny advertising card are in this collection. The envelope has pencil notations but not an address. The return address is imprinted thus: Indiana State Board of Agricult, Secretary's Office. The envelope advertises the 18th Annual Fair, October 3, 1870.The second item is small (2 1/4 inches wide and one inch high) cardboard advertisement for trademark M.I.S.T., "Murray's Infallible Scrofula, Blood, Liver and Kidney Pills, 34 Circle Street, Indianapolis, Price One...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains 2 copies of W. E. Henry's article, "Thirty-Five Years Looking Backward", which appeared in the July-September, 1932 edition of the Indiana State Library's publication,Library Occurrent, and describes how he became the director of the Indiana State Library and the changes that took place during his tenure (1897-1906). The collection also contains Henry's autobiography, "Through Seventy-Seven Years, Nov. 1857-Nov. 1934: His Own Story", a letter of recommendation for Henry...