Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 97 Collections and/or Records:
Evans W. Cottman manuscripts
Scope and Contents This collection consists of three autobiographical typescripts of Evans W. Cottman, two of which were later published. Cottman's "Green Cross Doctuh" was published in 1963 as "Out Island Doctor", and his work, "Early Twentieth Century Irvington" was published as "Oh Little Town of Irvington" in 1990.
Florence Emerson Heffley manuscript
Collection — Folder S624
Scope and Contents This collection contains a draft of the manuscript, "A Little Girl of the Sixties," by Florence Emerson Heffley. The manuscript is 48 typewritten pages and includes handwritten corrections and a few pages of additional notes. Heffley's narrative relates stories and genealogical information about her great-grandparents, Abraham and Sarah Dayton Jacobus, her grandparents Hettie and Luke Allen Emerson, and her mother, Almira Georgiana Herbert, the "Little Girl of the Sixties," from 1818 to 1938. ...
Frank C. Stewart essay
Collection — Folder S1252
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a 12-page typed essay entitled "Yesterdays" by Dr. Frank C. Steward circa 1910 regarding Stewart's road trip with his daughter, uncle and aunt to visit places he remembered as a child around Peru and La Fontaine, Indiana. He presented his paper to the Century Club of Indianapolis.
Dates: circa 1910
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Frank C. Stewart essay
Frederick Landis collection
Scope and Contents The collection includes materials from Frederick K. Landis and his family dating from 1855 to 2000, including clippings, scrapbooks, radio scripts, and manuscripts. The bulk of the collection is clippings about the political and editorial careers of Frederick Landis. The majority of the radio scripts are undated but were made during the late 1920s and early 1930s and have been left in the order in which they were found. Topics include the military conflicts of the time, economics, politics,...
Gene Stratton-Porter papers
Collection — Folder S1069
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from Gene Stratton-Porter and several other materials, ranging from 1902 to 1979, regarding her work as an author, photographer, and filmmaker, in addition to her personal life. The collection includes an undated portrait photograph of Stratton-Porter posing outdoors; an advertisement from Good Housekeeping; a typed copy of an article, "The Old Institution of Home" (1922); and a portrait postcard printed circa 1979.
George Ade collection
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials related to the life and work of George Ade ranging from 1928 to 1944, such as his correspondence with Esther McNitt, Cyril Clemens, Hazel B. Warren, John T. McCutcheon, C.A. Kiler, Ella McCray and Willis Lyman. This collection also contains several copies of handwritten manuscripts, such as "Bessie", "Regarding Pie”, and “The Fun of Handling Crowds”. There is also a copy of Ade’s will, a manuscript copy of a booklet designed by Ade for the Indiana...
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / George Ade collection
George Barr McCutcheon collection
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a manuscript draft of "Quill's Window" and correspondence relating to George Barr McCutcheon ranging from 1911-1925.
George Crane papers
Collection — Folder S313
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photocopy of a typed manuscript with autographed page from Dr. George Crane in Crown Point, Indiana in 1972 regarding horses which belonged to famous people.
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / George Crane papers
George R. Wilson manuscript
Collection — Folder S1021
Scope and Contents This collection includes 2 sets of photocopies of George R. Wilson's typewritten manuscript, "Pioneers of the Catholic Faith in Dubois County" (1930), with subtitle, "To Which are Added Personal Reminiscences of the Writer From the Human Interest Standpoint. An Historical Review." The manuscript starts with Wilson's introduction to the early history of Dubois County and offers biographical sketches of 64 early pioneers living in the county prior to the arrival of Father Joseph Kundek in...
George S. Rainey collection
Scope and Contents The majority of the collection consists of typescripts of George S. Rainey’s various writings and cassette tapes. In addition to his longer works, "Open Day" and "They Stood Up," a number of shorter works and essay are included. Much of what Rainey wrote is based on his own experiences and beliefs. “A Garrulous Hillbilly” appears to be autobiographical. The cassettes hold recordings of Rainey reciting chapters from his own work as well as speeches and stories by Elbert Hubbard and R. G....