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Helen Hollingsworth papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S0672
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of and original typed documents from Helen Hollingsworth in Indiana ranging from 1970 to 1973 regarding recollections of New Year's Eve, 1899 (also photocopies of street car routes, address listings and a map and brochures from Dennison Manufacturing Company) and a tribute to Mary Quinn Sullivan, with a copy of the sale catalog from her collection in 1939 and photocopies of her obituaries and sale results.
Dates: 1899/12/31-1973/03/01

Ida F. Richardson collection

 Collection — Folder: S1109
Identifier: S1109
Scope and Contents This collection includes handwritten documents dating from 1871 and ending with 1879. On November 8, 1871, there were proceedings in the U.S. District Court regarding the Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Lafayette Railroad Company for adjuication of bankruptcy. The petition was filed by Joel F. Richardson and the City of Lawrenceburg. Joel was Ida's father. Other items in the collection are about the formation of the Farmers Literary and Social Society'. There are three programs, dated October and...
Dates: 1871-1879

Joshua Leach collection

 Collection
Identifier: L242
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence to Joshua Leach’s brother James, who was a lawyer in Stamping Ground and New Castle, Kentucky. The correspondence covered politics, business transactions (railroad and land), and family matters. In addition, the collection also includes letters from Leach’s relatives in Weatherford, Texas (1860–1861) and Natchez, Mississippi (1867–1868).The collection contains business papers of the Cincinnati and Indianapolis Junction Railroad Company and...
Dates: 1831-1883

Judge John Rowan collection

 Collection — Folder: S1541
Identifier: S1541
Scope and Contents This collection contains seven photostats of letters and documents. The first document was written when John Rowan was a United States Senator, which was 1825-1831. However, there is no date on the hand-written document regarding the opinions of Judge Trimble. The second item is a letter to the Honorable Samuel L. Lathan, written from Washington on March 18, 1828, by John Rowan, recommending midshipman, Philip Thomas Trapnal. The third item records the minutes of a meeting held on December 8,...
Dates: 1828-1861