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34th Indiana Regiment Civil War letter

 Collection — Folder: S3135
Identifier: S3135
Scope and Contents The collection includes one undated, incomplete letter, whose contents fall into two parts. Pages 1 and 2 speak of “old buckners army”, the cold, and remark on the 93 members of the guard having to shoot their guns every morning. This first half of the letter closes with instructions to write to: “34th Regt. Ind. Vol. [,] Company A[,] in care of Capt. Wm. Twaim…Louisville, Ky.” The second half of the letter, pages 3 and 4, makes remarks on the character of the Rebels and reports that the author...

Abel C. Pepper collection

 Collection — Folder: S1723
Identifier: S1723
Scope and Contents This collection contains a November 22, 1835 letter written by Indian Agent Abel C. Pepper that accompanied a treasury warrant (no. 2280) for $1,430 drawn on the State Bank of Indiana at Indianapolis. Pepper requested that the amount be paid to his credit and that a receipt of acknowledgement be returned by mail. The warrant is not part of the collection.

Abel C. Pepper letter

 Collection — Folder: S3123
Identifier: S3123
Scope and Contents This collection contains a November 22, 1835 letter written by Indian Agent Abel C. Pepper that accompanied a treasury warrant (no. 2280) for $1,430 drawn on the State Bank of Indiana at Indianapolis. Pepper requested that the amount be paid to his credit and that a receipt of acknowledgement be returned by mail. The warrant is not part of the collection.

Abner M. Bradbury papers

 Collection — Folder: S135
Identifier: S0135
Scope and Contents This collection includes a signed, autographed letter from Abner M. Bradbury in Indianapolis, Indiana 1834/01/11 regarding family life.

Abraham L. Brick papers

 Collection
Identifier: L539
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed, autographed correspondence from Abraham L. Brick and others in Indiana and Washington, D.C. from 1850-1950 regarding personal and business matters; invitations to social events ranging from 1884-1901 regarding presidential and congressional events; photographs and tintypes of family, public events and places, including the Panama Canal, from 1866-1907 and undated; scrapbooks, diaries, and expense accounts.

Abraham Miller letters

 Collection — Folder: S954
Identifier: S0954
Scope and Contents The collection contains two handwritten letters from 1845 as well as transcripts typed in 1969. These letters contain topics such as disease, farming, mutual family and friends, and steamboat travel. The collection's two letters were sent to Abraham Miller of the Wisconsin Territory in 1845. One, sent by his father Samuel, details the sickness prevalent amongst the settlers, the revivalist Methodist congregations, and the annual crop. The second letter written by B.F. Keith, accounts the...

Absalom Elliott and Jesse Shields Elliott papers

 Collection — Folder: S0418
Identifier: S0418
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters from Absalom Elliott and Jesse Shields Elliott in an undetermined location and Toledo, Washington ranging from 1860 to 1908 regarding the Civil War and genealogy.

Adams Lee Ogg collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1028
Scope and Contents The collection is mainly contains the correspondence of the Ogg and Longnaker Families. The majority of the letters are between Ogg and his wife while he was serving in the Civil War, and those with her family in Greenfield and Iowa. Also included are diaries and an expenditure list of Mary E. Ogg and clippings from the Indianapolis Star column the “Hoosier Listening Post.”

Aftermath Club, Indianapolis collection

 Collection
Identifier: L254
Scope and Contents The collection contains meeting minutes, yearbooks, correspondence, and roll books of the Aftermath Club, Indianapolis. Also included are membership lists, club constitutions, charitable activities, and program information.

Agnes McCulloch Hanna collection

 Collection — Folder: S2499
Identifier: S2499
Scope and Contents Mary Margaret McBride sent two post cards in 1940 and 1956, and one short letter in 1939. In 1939, Mary complimented Agnes for the "wonderful article in the Matrix." Mary wrote: "I love you for doing it so sympathetically and beautifully." The post card in 1940 tells Agnes that she is going to Missouri in the spring, and has a speaking engagement in Kansas City. The 1956 post card is from West Shokan, Ulster County, New York, and thanks Mrs. Hanna for "your nice note which Woman's Home...

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