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Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection consists of papers relating to Wolves Against the Moon, including research correspondence and notes, a manuscript of the book, reviews and correspondence with Harold S. Latham and others at the Macmillan Company, the book's publisher, from the author, Julia Cooley Altrocchi, ranging from 1933 to 1958. Also included are notes and a manuscript on the Fort Dearborn massacre.
Collection — Folder S0353
Scope and Contents This collection includes a 5-page manuscript Mary Adeline Denny in Indianapolis, Indiana on December 4, 1924, entitled “How the Capture of Indianapolis by the Knights of the Golden Circle, August 16, 1864, during the Civil War Was Prevented.”
Scope and Contents This collection contains an autobiography of Lara Paul Good, including draft sections. The autobiography, completed in 1967, includes photographs, personal papers, and genealogical records. The autobiography covers the first quarter of Mr. Good's life and family history. The title of the autobiography states it is "part 1," there is no part 2 within the collection. Correspondence with Iva Kittermann is also included.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes the following items related to Lawrence County, Indiana: land patents ranging from 1816 to 1833; documents regarding orders for books and equipment for the county library ranging from 1819 to 1827; a typewritten copy of “The Story of an Indiana Pioneer Village – Spring Mill,” an address given by E.Y. [Elam Young] Guernsey at the State Federation of Art Clubs convention in April 1929; an undated print of a winter scene at Spring Mill State Park; undated notes found in...
Dates: 1816-circa 1960
Collection — Folder S173
Scope and Contents This is a manuscript written by Lealie Samantha Hulen Reeve in 1938 telling about her early life. This 14-page typed manuscript gives her childhood memories until her father died and she went to live with her aunt, who was not very kind to her. Lealie Samantha Hulen Reeve wrote this story of her childhood at the request of her children. Her father came from Davies County and married three four, first to Eliza Jane Keith, second to Elizabeth Patton, and third to Lealie's mother. In...
Scope and Contents This collection includes the minutes of the 27th Indiana Infantry Regiment Association; a religious tract from 1849 by Reverend Robert Newstead; a medal of a Grand Army of the Republic veteran from 1866; a typed and autographed manuscript from Lewis King; an autographed, signed poem by Lewis King; autographed and signed letters from Thomas Deputy, Joshua Deputy, W.E. McGuire, Mrs. Archie McEwen, and Edmund R. Brown in Indiana, Tennessee and Virginia ranging from 1862 to 1929 regarding Civil War...
Scope and Contents The collection, which dates from approximately 1900-1950, contains articles, manuscript drafts, and research notes of Logan Esarey. The collection consists of several unpublished chapters on politics and early Indiana state newspapers, Esarey's research and notes from the Indiana Journal and Senate Journal, as well as several essays on Jacksonian democracy in Indiana, the William Henry Harrison administration, and the Republican...
Dates: circa 1900-1950
Scope and Contents The papers consist primarily of Margaret M. Scott's correspondence, essays, short stories, and unpublished novels from 1920 to 1930s. The collection also includes papers regarding the work of the Indiana Lincoln Memorial Association, a scrapbook of newspaper stories by and about her, and poetry of her father, John Scott.
Collection — Folder S2991
Scope and Contents This 6-page, typed manuscript was written by Katharine McAfee Parker as a memorial address in honor of Margaret Osborne Steel, wife of Rev. John M. Dickey. The paper was delivered at the Lexington Presbyterian Church, Lexington, Indiana, on November 21, 1938, on the occasion of placing a bronze marker at the graves of Rev. and Mrs. Dickey near New Washington. Katharine explained how Dr. Rule of Louisville, Kentucky, asked her to speak on Margaret Steele Dickey, shortly after returning from a...
Collection — Folder S1057