Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of the diaries of Letha Falls (1941-1953). Also included are family correspondence, letters written by a serviceman to Dorothea Falls from Europe during World War II, photographs, and genealogical information.
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, cards, invitations, flyers, ephemera, photographs, and news clippings collected or created by Inez M. Scholl in and around Indiana and the United States ranging from 1932 to 1972, regarding the Democratic party in Indiana, the Democratic National Committee, elections and political activity in Indiana. Notable material includes campaign materials for President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Governor Paul V. McNutt, correspondence with Omer Stokes Jackson and...
Collection — Folder S601
Scope and Contents This collection includes two letters sent to Kirby L. Gray in Indianapolis, Indiana from Indiana politicians in U.S. Congress, Congresswoman Julia Carson and Senator Richard G. Lugar in Washington, D.C. ranging from 2001 to 2005 regarding child support and renewable energy and environmental conservation, specifically concerning Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).
Scope and Contents This collection includes personal and political correspondence and papers, photographs, notebooks, publications and other materials from Margaret Afflis Johnston in Delphi, Carroll County and Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1916 to 1967, regarding her political career, public service, the Democratic Party in Indiana, the Indiana Women's Prison and the state correctional system, community engagement, and personal life. Campaign materials and periodicals for various democratic candidates and...
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper clippings, Indianapolis Branch newsletters, correspondence, membership directories, meeting minutes, treasury reports, programs and the official magazine of the National League of American Pen Women (NLAPW), "The Pen Woman," ranging from 1928-2011.