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Collection — Folder: S1520
Scope and Contents This collection contains the first issue of the Silver Leaf newsletter written for the Fifth Day Evening Club possibly from Rockville, Indiana from March 1866 regarding education, news, science, and literature. The marriage of James M. Coltrane and Samantha E. Teague is mentioned in the newsletter, their marriage license was issued in Rockville, Indiana on February 19, 1866.Source:Ancestry.com. Indiana, Marriages, 1810-2001. Accessed May 5,...
Collection — Folder: S0793
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence sent to George F. Kunz in New York City, New York ranging from 1892 to 1932, from A.W. Butler of the Indiana Academy of Science; R. L. Royse of Martinsville, Indiana regarding specimens he found including the mineral, Corundum; Rudolph Bastion of Charlestown, Indiana; and G.A. Roush, editor of the Mineral Industry, regarding clippings sent by Kunz. The collection also includes two response letters written by Kunz to Royse (April 21 and May 28, 1909); a...
Collection — Folder: S261
Scope and Contents This collection includes hand-written and typed papers by Howard Walton Clark, which were written in 1927 and donated in 1948. Four articles are entitled "Utricularia Inflata in California, with Some General Remarks Concerning the Bladderworts." Three of the articles are hand-written and one is typed. A one-page hand-written article is entitled "A Study of Fresh-Water Pearls, Part I, Field Investigation." A two-page, hand-written letter dated March 26, addressed to Barton Warren Evermann,...
Scope and Contents This collection includes packets, booklets, and a CD from Steven J. Schmidt in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1928-2014 regarding the Indiana State Library.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains 2 copies of W. E. Henry's article, "Thirty-Five Years Looking Backward", which appeared in the July-September, 1932 edition of the Indiana State Library's publication,Library Occurrent, and describes how he became the director of the Indiana State Library and the changes that took place during his tenure (1897-1906). The collection also contains Henry's autobiography, "Through Seventy-Seven Years, Nov. 1857-Nov. 1934: His Own Story", a letter of recommendation for Henry...
- Subject: Science X