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Diaries

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 234 Collections and/or Records:

Mrs. James Maresko diary

 Collection — Folder S929
Identifier: S0929
Scope and Contents The collection consists of one photostat diary and account book of Mrs. James Maresko from 1874 to 1875.
Dates: 1874-1875

Mrs. L. D. Temple collection

 Collection — Folder S1292
Identifier: S1292
Scope and Contents Two items are in this collection. The main item is a booklet with poems handwritten in ink. The first page gives the date of 1832. No other dates are found in the pages.

The second item is one page listing the way to count numbers from "Tens" at the top of the page and "Hundred thousand of millions" at the bottom. This is handwritten on one side of the lined paper.
Dates: 1832

Mrs. Paul Seehausen collection

 Collection — Folder S1163
Identifier: S1163
Scope and Contents The collection includes typed copies of two items, 23 pages total. The first item includes two letters written by Benjamin Franklin Sibert, Company A, Ninety-third Indiana Regiment, to his mother, Rebecca Sibert, in July of 1863 during the Siege of Vicksburg. The letters, consisting of 11 pages, indicated that Sibert was stationed at Camp Bear Creek, fifteen miles from Vicksburg, Mississippi. The letters mention Generals Sherman and Joe Sherman, as well as his comrades John M....
Dates: 1863, 1891

Myrtie Barker collection

 Collection
Identifier: L583
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, newspaper articles, clippings, manuscripts, books, family papers, awards, and other materials from Myrtie Barker and the Barker family in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1907 to 1985 regarding her career as a writer and family life. There is also an oversize folder with a Sagamore of the Wabash award certificate, 1981/01/07; signed card from Indianapolis News staff, undated, and I Am...
Dates: 1907-1985

Nathaniel Preston papers

 Collection
Identifier: L129
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed and signed and autographed and signed correspondence from Nathaniel Preston in the United States; business account books, teachers records, copy books and diaries from Nathaniel Preston; and naval account books, a diary and correspondence from William M. Preston, all ranging from 1821 to 1918 regarding banking, personal and navy business.
Dates: 1821-1918

Orange County, Indiana diary

 Collection — Folder S2479
Identifier: S2479
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of a daily diary kept by a teenager living in Orange County, Indiana from June 1856 to February 1858. The author never identifies himself, but the diary may have been kept by Francis M. Morris, the son of Washington and Mary Catherine (Jackson) Morris. The diary entries are usually short and mention the weather, farm activities, going to town and the mill, going to "meeting," and his father's activities. Some names of relatives mentioned include his uncles...
Dates: 1856-1899

Oscar C. McCulloch papers

 Collection
Identifier: L363
Scope and Contents This collection includes Oscar C. McCulloch’s diaries, clippings, papers, letters, and many materials for the Plymouth Church and McCulloch Club. The bulk of the collection consists of McCulloch’s diaries (1877-1891). The collection is grouped into letters, papers and clippings, diaries, memorial scrapbooks, and McCulloch club materials. All groups are arranged chronologically. There is also an oversize folder, which contains a National Conference of Charities and Correction...
Dates: 1860-1924

Paul Herring diary

 Collection — Folder S0640
Identifier: S0640
Scope and Contents This collection includes 97 photocopied pages of Paul Herring's 1873 diary. Herring's entries are in both English and German and he refers to himself as "the writer". Most entries start with a description of the weather and they relate daily activities of his family and himself. Remarks about farming activities are a common theme, but he also describes special days such as Decoration Day (May 30), Independence Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Also included are hymns in German, and poems by...
Dates: 1873

Pierce-Krull family papers

 Collection
Identifier: L353
Scope and Contents The collection includes family correspondence (1834-1963), writings, financial records, journals, and scrapbooks from the Pierce-Krull family ranging from 1834 to 1963. Family correspondence includes correspondence of the John Moore family of Ellisville, Geneseo, and Rock Island, Illinois (1834-1870), including letters from family members in St. Louis, Missouri., California, and Madison, Jefferson County and Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. Also included are letters, and transcripts of...
Dates: 1834-1963

R. B. Laughlin diary

 Collection — Folder S2910
Identifier: S2910
Scope and Contents This is a typed copy of the diary which R. B. Laughlin kept during the trip. The first entry is April 5, 1849, in which he lists the men of the Evansville Mining Company who left on the steamboat Embassy for St. Louis, where they arrived on April 9. Some things were stolen from them. They left from St. Joseph, Missouri, on April 20.On May 1, the Evansville Mining Company joined the Cincinnati Company “and made our start for California.” They traveled 12 miles that day. On May 3,...
Dates: 1849