Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1615
Scope and Contents The Old Bachelors Club was organized on May 1, 1858, by eight young men who vowed never to marry. The writer of these four pages of typed notes stated that "they all married and reared families." The notes mention various businesses in Muncie where the men lived and worked. Thomas Hickman Kirby has the longest biography. He fought in the Civil War, took a wind-jammer to California, and worked in the Comstock Lode Gold Mine. Back in Muncie, Mr. Kirby worked in his father's lumber business....
Collection — Folder S2922
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from Rachel Bash and A.J. Van Der Sloot-Van Meesen in Indianapolis, Indiana and Hoevelaken, Holland ranging from 1933-1982 regarding World War II and social and economic conditions after the war. Also included is a brief history of Bash's Seed Store, which was operated in Indianapolis by members of the family from 1906-1975.
Collection — Folder S1047
Scope and Contents This collection contains 33 items, including business correspondence, account ledgers, newspaper clippings, and journal entries from Sarah Caroline Peck in Muncie, Connersville and Tipton, Indiana, ranging from 1859 to 1913.
Scope and Contents This collection includes business papers, receipts, photographs, newspaper clippings, ledgers and correspondence from Slickville Tile Works and government offices in Gaston and Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1885 to 1935 regarding business and family matters.
Dates: 1883-1932, undated
Collection — Folder S2947
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from Ted Anderson aboard the USS Robert G. Bradley in the Persian Gulf on 1990/08/26 regarding service aboard the ship during the Gulf War of 1990-1991 and a newspaper article from the Atlanta, Georgia Journal and Constitution on 1990/09/16 regarding the USS Robert G. Bradley and its crew's role during the conflict.
Scope and Contents This collection contains personal and business papers and correspondence of William F. Jones ranging from 1827 to 1890. The correspondence regards Jones’s land and business interest in Blackford and Delaware County and his work on the Fort Wayne and Southern Railroad. There is also information regarding state and national politics, receipts, and a girl’s diary. Correspondents include Jones’s family in Ohio, his daughter and son-in-law, Thomas Dowling, William H. English, Andrew J....
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes original letters and photocopied diary entries from William S. Bradford of Indiana from 1861 to 1862. It also includes a tintype photograph and print of tintype of William S. Bradford, a carte de visite of Lucy Bradford, newspaper clippings (), and a metal stencil of Capt. Bradford's name, rank, and regiment, likely used for military documentation and communication.
Collection — Folder S1479
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters from the Yandes family in Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, and Cuba ranging from 1833 to 1891 regarding local and family news, women's education, business, the Indiana State House, national and local politics, and the Civil War. Mary Yandes' letter to Ann Hampson on July 15, 1837 mentions Zerelda Gray Sanders' marriage to Governor David Wallace of Indiana (one year prior). There are also trade cards for Yandes family businesses in Indianapolis, Indiana, two blank greeting...