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Knights of Pythias

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Eureka Lodge collection

 Collection — Folder: S3100
Identifier: S3100
Scope and Contents The materials in this collection are dated from 1884-1914. They are the papers necessary for transacting the business of a fraternal organization: receipts for merchandise and services, financial notations of income received (including dues), and expenditures, programs and promotional literature relating to special events, and listings of members and officers. Also included are the report of a disciplinary committee, a proposed amendment to the constitution of Eureka Lodge No. 20, a copy of the...

Hook family papers

 Collection — Folder: S0680
Identifier: S0680
Scope and Contents This collection contains letters written by John M. Hook to his brother, Matthias, from 1861 to 1863 while serving in G Company, 6th Indiana Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. The collection also includes a letter written in 1863 to Matthias Hook from Banner Davis, a man serving in the same unit as John. Other items in the collection are a letter written by Margaret Hook from Des Moines, Iowa in 1851; Bartholomew County, Indiana tax receipts paid by Mathias Hook (1853,...

June Cox collection

 Collection — Folder: S2026
Identifier: S2027
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...

Social invitations and cards collection

 Collection
Identifier: L349
Scope and Contents This collection includes invitations, calling cards, at home cards, and one dance card, many with the name John W. Blackledge, documenting aspects of social life and events in and around Indianapolis, Indiana, ranging from 1881 to 1923. The materials are diverse, comprising tickets to graduations, wedding announcements, and invitations to teas, dances, dinner parties, weddings, and anniversary parties, among other items. The collection in and around Indianapolis, Indiana.