Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes seven scrapbooks and some miscellaneous items associated with them from Agnes E. Hinkle Ostrum and her daughter, Cynthia Agnes Ostrum, ranging from 1930 to 1957 and focus on the early lives of the two women, particularly their school years.Agnes created five of the seven scrapbooks and focused her scrapbooking on her academic and married life and cover a wide variety of topics. Some of the key themes were wedding invites/announcements, material from her...
Collection — Folder: S1468
Scope and Contents This collection includes a letter written by Andrew Wylie in Bloomington, Indiana to Senator Oliver H. Smith of Indiana in Washington, D.C. on March 13, 1840, regarding a speech the senator gave and Wylie's writing. There are also several newspaper clipping of Kate Milner Rabb's column, "A Hoosier Listening Post," in theIndianapolis Star from 1929 and 1931 regarding Andrew Wylie and his correspondence.
Dates: 1840, 1929-1931
Scope and Contents This collection includes Christmas cards from various people in Indiana ranging from 1886 to 1939 regarding the Christmas season, New Year, Christianity, as well as "General Jackson's Holiday Season 1814-1815," and "General Washington's Christmas 1776" regarding their wartime accounts.
Collection — Folder: S1542
Scope and Contents This one item is a notice for a $1,500.00 stipend to provide financial assistance for students seeking advanced degrees in adult education at Indiana University, Bloomington, in the 1969-1970 school year. "Preference will be given candidates seeking the doctor's ddegree." Cummins Engine offered the money.
Collection — Folder: S346
Scope and Contents This collection includes a letter from D. A. Rothrock in Bloomington, Indiana on September 18, 1907 regarding additional copies of the proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science. Of special note is that the letterhead reads "University of Indiana," instead of Indiana University.
Scope and Contents The collection contains World War II letters of Howard to his parents, Louise and George Howard (Evansville, Indiana), written from the South Pacific, Okinawa, China, Korea, the Philippines, California, and Ft. Benjamin Harrison. The collection also includes correspondence from the Howard’s daughters Marilyn, a student at Indiana University, and Mrs. R.C. Datzman, a medical technician and wife of physician in Detroit and Carlysle, PA, during the same time period.
Collection — Folder: S0102
Scope and Contents The collection includes letters of the Cockefair family in Everton, Indiana principally to Alice Keltner in Anderson, Madison County (1895-1911); papers of Charles Masters of Connersville, Fayette County, including his cancelled checks (1917-1939) and his papers relating to his work raising money in Fayette County for the Indiana University Memorial Fund (1922); and letters of Mary Alice Masters from Connersville (1922), Washington D.C. (1938), and California while she was serving in the...
Collection — Folder: S0329
Scope and Contents Twenty letters addressed to George W. Curtis comprise this collection. The first six letters were written between May 7, 1901 and Oct. 17, 1902, and deal with some problem George had with the administration of Indiana University and his being a part of the class of 1900.There are three letters from the National Union Fire Insurance of Pittsburg, Pa., dealing with delinquent payments. All of them are signed R. C. Clark, special agent.Seven letters on half sheets are from...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters, notes, clippings, and other papers from Herbert L. Heller in Indiana ranging from 1867 to 1950, including notes for his dissertation on the education of African Americans in Indiana during the 19th century, a volume of lecture notes with pasted illustrations on art history, English history, and literature from 1867, and miscellaneous primary source materials he collected during historical research on education and religion in Indiana. The documents...