Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S0595
Scope and Contents This collection contains Ida Husted Harper's manuscript, The Associated Work of the Women of Indiana. The handwritten manuscript is 140 pages long and contains 45 chapters that relate information and statistics regarding the many missionary societies, temperance unions, literary clubs, and other organizations managed by women in Indiana up to April 1893. The collection also includes a letter sent by Mrs. Harper to Ed Hawkins regarding the publishing of her...
Collection — Folder S1484
Scope and Contents This collection contains items, such as correspondence with librarians, with the autographs of authors and writers in Indiana and the United States collected by the Indiana State Library between 1881 and 1955. Autographs include William Herschell, Zona Gale, Frederick Landis, James Whitcomb Riley, Ethel Arnold Tilden and Charles Dudley Warner.
Collection — Folder S1013
Scope and Contents This collection includes three clippings of the column, "A Hoosier Listening Post," written by Kate Milner Rabb. The columns ran in the Indianapolis Star on August 29, 30 and September 4, 1930. The articles relate information supplied by Mr. Leon L. Newland regarding his ancestors and include reprintings of the text of the 1682 Quaker Certificate of Removal from Ireland to America of Nicholas Newland, letters sent in the 1820's and 1830's by Elijah and J.C. Newland to family in Indiana from...
Dates: circa 1820-1930
Collection — Folder S2965
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence concerning the collecting of Kin Hubbard and Abe Martin materials from 1941 to 1987 and the compilation of a checklist of his writings. Correspondents include Blanche Stillson and Dorothy Russo.
Collection — Folder S3084
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a document sent to Juiet V. Strauss in Rockville, Indiana from Governor Samuel Ralston of Indiana appointing her and two other individuals--William Watson Woollen and Vida Newsome--to the Turkey Run Commission on April 27, 1915, for the purpose of discovering the best way to preserve the area which included Turkey Run, Bloomingdale Glens, and the surrounding area.
Collection — Folder S2133
Scope and Contents This collection includes two clippings of Kate Milner Rabb's Indianapolis Star column, "A Hoosier Listening Post." The first article was published on December 29, 1928 and relates information about an old pocketbook that once belonged to Hoosier pioneer James Marshall and was given to the museum of the Washington Historical Society in Salem, Indiana by Marshall's grandson Chalres W. Kinney. Rabb describes a list of goods to be disposed of at a sale...
Collection — Folder S1487
Scope and Contents This collection contains six letters sent between February 16, 1931 and August 4, 1931 regarding the question of whether the founders of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., Abraham Kuhn and Solomon Loeb, had lived in Indiana before establishing their company in New York. The correspondence includes letters from the Kuhn, Loeb & Co.; Ethel Cleland of the Business Branch of the Public Library (Indianapolis, IN); Cyril E. Kissane of The Wall Street Journal; James A. Stuart of the Indianapolis Star; and...
Collection — Folder S0857
Scope and Contents This collection contains a May 16, 1924 handwritten letter by Louis L. Ludlow sent from Washington, D.C. to Howard M. Staunton, an attorney in Indianapolis. In the letter Ludlow lets Staunton know that he is sending him a copy of his new book From Cornfield to Press Gallery.
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 S1729