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Ripley County (Ind.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Rowena Standiford collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: G-114
Scope and Contents This collection includes genealogical research, correspondence and photographs from Rowena Standiford in Indiana and other states ranging from 1849 to 1985 regarding the Standiford, Reynolds, and other related families.
Dates: 1849 - 1985

"The Weaving of Ripley County" pageant script

 Collection — Folder S1776
Identifier: S1776
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of the script for the historical pageant "The Weaving of Ripley County," written and directed by Minnie E. Wycoff. Performed at the Osgood, Indiana fairgrounds on September 12, 1927, the twenty-six page script includes the speeches, reenactments, costuming, number of minutes alloted for each part and interval, and other details related to the production.
Dates: 1927

Violet E. Toph "The People's History of Ripley County" and "Stephen S. Harding" manuscripts

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S2474
Scope and Contents This collection contains Violet Toph's typewritten manuscript, "The People's History of Ripley County, Indiana". She collected historical information about Ripley County over many years and she compiled the information into one volume in 1948. The collection includes a folder containing historical events and biographical sketches separate from the manuscript. Miss Toph also collected information about Stephen S. Harding, a politician and abolitionist from Ripley County. Her...
Dates: 1936-1948

William M. Wycoff collection

 Collection — Folder S1467
Identifier: S1467
Scope and Contents This collection includes an account book from William M. Wycoff in Indiana from 1862 to 1875 regarding the estates of his father-in-law, Hugh Cole and his father, William Wycoff, both deceased, and farm accounts. There is also a blank school report card book, which belonged to Martha Reed and was printed by W.P. Levy & Co. in Madison, Indiana and a small advertisement for Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, used as a bookmark.
Dates: 1862-1875