Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 218 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S0242
Scope and Contents This collection contains a copy of Catlin’s diary kept while an army doctor during the Mexican-American War. Catlin writes about the diseases and injuries faced by solders, the places he visited, and the Battle of Buena Vista.
Collection — Folder S0069
Scope and Contents This collection includes an invitation to the October 11-13, 1892 ceremonies of the dedication of the buildings of the World's Columbian Exposition and a letter and certified copy of a resolution offered by the Board of Lady Managers of the World's Columbian Commission thanking Governor Chase for the escort of members of the board to the exposition grounds by his military aide dated October 26, 1892. Other items from the exposition include a souvenir cablegram by the Commercial Cable Company...
Dates: 1882-1895, 1941
Collection — Volume V033
Collection — Folder S2530
Collection — Folder S0316
Scope and Contents The collection is photostatic copies of Isaac Crawford’s handwritten journal, which means the pages are black with white lettering. The penmanship is very good and easy to read. The first folder has his diary from January 1, 1836 to January 30, 1843, consisting of 164 pages. There are two journal pages on each sheet.He wrote about church meetings, religious services, people that he met, and places where he went.The second folder has copies of his diary (39 pages)...
Collection — Folder S0513
Scope and Contents This collection includes a diary from J. B. Gilberts in Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, and other places, ranging from August 8, 1862 to July 4, 1865 regarding military life and his experiences during the U.S. Civil War. There is also a map entitled “Battlefields of The Civil War” published by the National Geographic Magazine, April 1961 and an undated photograph of Gilbert as an old man, taken at Maxwell & Estell studio in Richmond, Indiana.
Collection — Folder S1111
Scope and Contents Two handwritten pages are diary entries from April 7, 8, and 9, 1873 about meetings of men in favor of a Circle Railroad. The parties met at the Indiana and Illinois Central Railroad office, in Indianapolis, to organize and build the Circle Railroad, Mr. Richardson wrote: "After talking over the matter it was suggested that members present should name several parties, good men, to become Incorporators, and to take stock, and there was about fifty named." The Board elected H. C. Lord, President,...
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters, photographs, newspaper articles, and othe rmaterials from Jacob Baldwin in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1898 to 1964 regarding World War 1 military life, family, education, employment at the Barbasol Company, and interurban railways.
Collection — Folder S1207
Collection — Box 1