Owen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: S1214
Collection — Folder: S1116
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one typed page entitled "First printing of Indiana Constitution of 1851 was in Cincinnati, even though it bears imprint of Kent and Norman of New Albany." Milton Gregg, editor of the New Albany Tribune, charged Robert Dale Owen, William H. English, George W. Carr, and others with padding their expense accounts. Both Robert Dale Owen and George W. Carr give replies.Also in the collection is a history of Indiana historical documents, written to correspond...
Collection — Folder: SP038
Scope and Contents This collection includes 35mm slides in Indiana circa 1950s regarding people, such as Father Pierre Gibault, Little Turtle, Tecumseh, William Henry Harrison, George Rapp, Robert Owen, Oliver P. Morton, James Whitcomb Riley, and Levi Cotton, and places like Vincennes, Corydon, New Harmony, and Indianapolis, significant to early history of Indiana.
Scope and Contents This collection comprises personal and business papers from the Ewing family, particulraly the brothers William Griffith (W.G.) and George Washington (G.W.) Ewing and their companies in Fort Wayne, Indiana and numerous other locations in the Midwest, ranging from 1818-1887, regarding land speculation; the fur trade; trade and relations with Native Americans and Hoosier pioneers; the settlement of Indiana and the Old Northwest; the development of Fort Wayne; state and national politics; and...
Collection — Folder: S1223
Scope and Contents There are six items in this collection which make reference to New Harmony, Indiana; Robert Dale Owen; and I. W. Swift. (1) Letter to Hon. M.R. Southard, Indianapolis, dated December 12, 1838, from R. D. Owen in New Harmony. He mentions that Mrs. Southard, who "has not been well, is, as I hear, much better today." (2) Letter to M. R. Southard, Member of the legislature (he was a Representative), Indianapolis, dated December 26, 1839, from I. W. Swift in New Harmony. This letter requests that...
Scope and Contents The collection contains Noble's personal and political correspondence regarding state and national Whig politics, as well as his campaign for Governor of Indiana. Included are letters relating to the Internal Improvement Board, its projects, and correspondence pertaining to the state's debts arisen from such projects.Correspondents include John Badollet, Samuel Bigger, Michael G. Bright, David Burr, Henry Clay, John Wesley Davis, John Dowling, George H. Dunn, Paris C. Dunning,...
Scope and Contents This collection includes receipts and financial papers of Noah Noble, correspondence of Catherine Noble Davidson and Alexander H. Davidson, an autograph album of Catherine Noble Davidson and autograph books signed by the members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Also, included are Noble family land and legal documents from Virginia and Kentucky and newspaper clippings on politics and the Civil War. Correspondents include John J. Crittenden, William Henry Harrison, John James Hayden, Michael...
Scope and Contents The collection includes Owen's correspondence and writings (1826-1877), as well as correspondence of Lottie Kellogg Owen and the Kellogg family of New and Philadelphia (1827-1904). The Owen papers include his family correspondence with father Robert Owen (1852-1854), daughter Rosamond (1872-1877), and a letter regarding New Harmony from his brother William Owen (1827). Additional writings and papers relate to spiritualism, politics, social issues, condolences following the death of his father,...
Collection — Folder: S3348
Collection — Folder: S1104
Scope and Contents This 20-page, typed list, including title page, gives extracts of the books and pamphlets in a special library at the Workingmen's Institute, New Harmony, Indiana. The list was compiled by Rena Reese in March 1909. Part I, which is six pages, has Indiana imprints before 1877. Part 2, consisting of 13 pages, has other American imprints before 1877. One of the earliest pamphlets was published by the Rappites in 1824 entitled: "Thoughts on the destiny of man, particularly with reference to the...