Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 213 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S656
Scope and Contents This collection includes a transcript of Aaron Hill's diary and clippings from Indianapolis Star ranging from 1829 to 1935 in Indianapolis regarding Hill's journey on horseback from North Carolina to Indiana.
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed, autographed correspondence from Abraham L. Brick and others in Indiana and Washington, D.C. from 1850 to 1950, regarding personal and business matters; invitations to social events ranging from 1884 to 1901 regarding presidential and congressional events; photographs and tintypes of family, public events and places, including the Panama Canal, from 1866 to 1907 and undated; scrapbooks, diaries, and expense accounts.
Collection — Multiple Containers
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.”
Collection — Folder S2244
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of Adonijah P. Hulings's 1863 pocket diary. A note he entered at the beginning of the diary states that he purchased it on December 17, 1862 in Memphis, Tennessee during the time he was serving with the 69th Indiana Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. He began his December 1862 entries in the memoranda section and then filled out the daily entries throughout 1863. The first page of the photocopies also includes the notation that the diary pages were sent...
Dates: 1862-1863, 1965
Collection — Folder S018
Scope and Contents This collection contains the diary of Albert Alyea. Included in the diary are notes about the birth and death dates of his family, his accounts with various stores, weather reports, his barn raising, and accounts of what he sold to other individuals. Alyea also uses the diary to write about his time spent in the Union Army during the Civil War. The diary also contains several additional items, including a newspaper clipping about new fishing laws, a real estate appraisal, and a newspaper...
Collection — Folder S1888
Scope and Contents This collection includes a hand-written journal and photograph of the journal's author, John Hise. The journal begins in April 1854, although there are short summaries of the months January, February and March. It's final entry is on January 1, 1860. There are entires for nearly every day, beginning with a description of the day's weather. Typically, entries describe work done, supplies purchased, trips to town and products sold in town or to other residents of the area. Often the entires...
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, receipts, an account book and journal, as well as miscellaneous memorabilia from Alexander Campbell Stevenson in Kentucky and Indiana ranging from 1804 to 1882 regarding Stevenson's political and agricultural career.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes original and photocopied documents from Alexis Coquillard (1795-1855) in South Bend, Indiana ranging from 1795-1840 regarding business matters, contracts and lists of merchandise, an original diary from Alexis Coquillard (1825-1890) in 1849 written on a journey to California in 1849, and typed stories as told to Mary C. Coquillard regarding pioneers.
Collection — Folder S270
Scope and Contents This collection contains three diaries. Volume 1 begins on January 8, 1867. Volume 2, which begins August 1, 1867, has the last written page cut out. Volume 3 begins on April 1, 1868. All three diaries were written while Ms. Cobb was a student at the Baptist Institute in Indianapolis.
Collection — Folder S1053