Marion County, Indiana collection
Scope and Contents
Other items include cards with biographical information regarding the Most Reverend George J. Biskup and the Right Reverend Francis H. Gavisk; a program for the twenty-fifth anniversary of the First Presbyterian Church held on April 5, 1910; a 1969/1970 tri-fold pocket calendar of sporting events for Indiana Central College; a card from Elmer E. Taflinger's studio with his handwritten signature; a clipping of a sketch of the festival of the German Singing Bund of North America at Indianapolis by J. J. Grafton that was printed in the September 28, 1867 edition of Harper's Weekly; items related to Foster Hall, a building that housed Josiah K. Lilly's collection of Stephen Collins Foster memorabilia; prints of Alois E. Sinks's drawings of scenes of Indianapolis and Marion County from circa 1870s; an 1888 Indianapolis souvenir booklet; and a copy of a certificate from the June 1985 convention of the Indiana State Numismatic Association with the reproduced image of an 1853 stock certificate of the Covington and Danville Plank Road Co.
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Conditions Governing Use
Dalton, William D. "Marion County." Encyclopedia of Indianapolis. Accessed June 22, 2022. https://indyencyclopedia.org/marion-county.
State of Indiana. "My Local: Marion County." In.gov. Accessed June 22, 2022. https://www.in.gov/core/mylocal/marion_county.html.
Marion County Historical Society. "History of Indianapolis and Marion County: Timeline." Accessed June 22, 2022. https://www.mchsindy.org/history.
0.02 Cubic Feet (2 folders)
Language of Materials
- Advertising cards
- Business enterprises
- Business enterprises -- Indiana
- Business enterprises -- Indiana -- Indianapolis
- Church buildings
- Church history
- Church history -- Indiana
- Commercial buildings
- First Presbyterian Church (Indianapolis, Ind.)
- Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864
- Indiana Central College
- Indianapolis (Ind.)
- Marion County (Ind.)
- School buildings
- Souvenirs (Keepsakes)
- Sports -- Indiana
- Marion County, Indiana collection
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description