Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
John Falter, Monument Circle print
Collection — Folder OBC049
Scope and Contents This collection contains one reprint from the Saturday Evening Post of Monument Circle in Indianapolis. The image was created by John Falter and reprinted by Curtis Publishing Company in 1961.
Journeymen Barbers International Union of America convention panoramic photographs
Collection — Object OBF012
Scope and Contents This collection includes two black-and-white panoramic photographs from two Journeymen Barbers International Union of America conventions held in Indianapolis, Indiana on October 6, 1914 and September 11, 1924. The convention attendees were photographed in front of the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument. In the 1914 photograph taken by Cirkut Photo, some of the attendees, which included women, hold banners or pennants indicating their home state or country. The 1924 image shows men, as well...
Dates: 1914/10/06, 1924/09/11
Marshal Foch Day photograph collection
Collection — Folder SP143
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs taken during Marshall Foch Day in Indianapolis, Indiana on November 4, 1921, regarding Foch's arrival in the city, him congratulating the winner of the 25-mile race, the parade, and the cornerstone dedication for the American Legion National Headquarters. There is also an undated clipping of a photograph from the event.
Dates: 1921/11/04, undated
Maude Lucas Rumpler collection
Collection — Folder S1816
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typewritten copy of "Tribute to the Grand Army of the Republic," an address given by Maude L. Rumpler at the presentation of a memorial plaque to the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument by the National Auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War on August 28, 1949. The collection also includes the program from the ceremony.
"Pictures of Scenes and Activities in Indiana connected with the World War" photograph album
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents Note This collection includes panoramic photographs in a photogrpah album by: Moorefield, Bretzman, W. L. Dalbey Photography Company, Wallace, Pierce, Bass Photography Company, and William A. Swift. Photographs include the following subjects: Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, 1st Contingent in front of the Vocational Training Detachment National Army Headquarters; Soldiers at Fort Benjamin Harrison, entertained by Catholic women of Indianapolis at the Knights of Columbus Club House.;...
Richard E. Byrd medal ceremony, Indianapolis, Indiana photograph collection
Collection — Folder SP021
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs and negatives of Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd's visit to Indianapolis, Indiana where he was presented with a medal during a ceremony at Monument Circle on August 25, 1930.
Soldiers and Sailors Monument architectural renderings
Scope and Contents This collection includes a set of architectural drawings, titled "La Tour D'Auvergne" from a French architectural firm, an architectural print with sketches from Josse A. Vrydagh in Terre Haute, Indiana and a print, featuring a 3D model of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument from Bruno Schmitz in Germany, dating from circa 1887-1901.
Dates: circa 1887-1901
Theodore Stempfel collection
Collection — Folder S1246
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a 42-page manuscript written by Theodore Stempfel circa 1935 regarding the two German sculptors, Karl Bitter and Rudolf Schwarz, the creators of the Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Indianapolis, Indiana, whom he knew personally. Eberhard Reichmann edited this manuscript for publication in 2002 for publication on the 100th anniversary of the monument's dedication.
Dates: circa 1935
Washington and Illinois streets, Indianapolis panoramic photograph
Collection — Object OBF011
Scope and Contents This collection includes a black-and-white panoramic photograph taken from the top of a building at the intersection of Washington and Illinois streets with a view looking east down Washington Street and mainly south on Illinois Street in Indianapolis circa 1920-1940. Architect Edward D. Pierre's name is handwritten on the back.
Dates: circa 1920-1940