Social problems -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
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. ...
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, reports, articles, and organizational histories from the Indiana Department of Public Welfare, previously Indiana State Board of Charities, ranging from 1847 to 1964 regarding charity work and welfare topics.