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Autographs

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Autograph books

 Collection — Folder S2066
Identifier: S2066
Scope and Contents This collection contains an autograph book kept by Sadie Beindorf from 1875-1876. The book includes greetings and notes from friends, including Hattie Craft, Judson Schultz, Isaac Dreifus, Louis Bass and Lunea Griffith.

Autographs collection

 Collection — Folder S2870
Identifier: S2870
Scope and Contents This collection contains autographs collected by Verne Patty at the Indiana State Museum. Signatures in this collection include Oliver P. Morton, George Ade, Warren T. McCray, Louis Ludlow and Frederick Van Nuys.Item Listing:11 Nov. 1814 - John Paul and William Hendricks15 Nov. 1836 - William Hendricks11 June 1839 - David Wallace29 Nov. 1841 - Noah Noble23 Dec. 1862 - Oliver P. Morton4 Aug. 1863 - Isaac P....

Charles Major letter

 Collection — Folder S1644
Identifier: S1644
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a short, handwritten letter dated March 27, 1901 and sent by Charles Major to a Miss McCarthy in response to a request for a personal autograph.

Dill family papers

 Collection — Folder S1819
Identifier: S1819
Scope and Contents This collection contains the commissions and appointments of James and Alexander Dill for the Indiana Territory and State of Indiana.

Edwin Druding, School Friendship book

 Collection — Volume V428
Identifier: V428
Scope and Contents This collection contains a School Memory Book used by Edwin Druding. The volume includes photographs, autographs of students and faculty members, as well as information about the class of 1929, such as the class motto and colors. Also included is a listing of the Dramatic Club members, and a brief description of their activities during the 1928-1929 school year.

George Ade collection

 Collection
Identifier: S0007
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials related to the life and work of George Ade ranging from 1928 to 1944, such as his correspondence with Esther McNitt, Cyril Clemens, Hazel B. Warren, John T. McCutcheon, C.A. Kiler, Ella McCray and Willis Lyman. This collection also contains several copies of handwritten manuscripts, such as "Bessie", "Regarding Pie”, and “The Fun of Handling Crowds”. There is also a copy of Ade’s will, a manuscript copy of a booklet designed by Ade for the Indiana...

Mary M. Jackson school signature book

 Collection — Folder S2904
Identifier: S2904
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a small autograph book dated 1936 with signatures of teacher Mary M. Jackson's students and co-workers of Winona Lake Training School, in Kosciusko County, Indiana. The book also includes a newspaper clipping of an automobile crash near Kirklin, Clinton County, Indiana.

Milo O. Cutter collection

 Collection — Folder S1281
Identifier: S1281
Scope and Contents This collection includes one autograph book, a red ribbon with the initials "M.O.C.", a tiny ticket stub, and an envelope with "Milo O. Cutter, San Francisco, Cal." hand-written on the front. There is no stamp or indication of mailing on this envelope. The signatures in the autograph book range from 1882 to 1886. Among the signatures are cousins Charles L. Carter of Fort Wayne; Jessie B. Carter; and Flora E. Fowler of Wooster, Ohio. Other signers were: Willa Knight, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Elizabeth...

Orpha Maud Peters letter

 Collection — Folder S1725
Identifier: S1725
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from Orpha Maud Peters in Gary, Indiana on 1945/05/06 regarding Harold Brigham's speech.

Political figures autographs collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1486
Scope and Contents This collection contains signatures of United States Presidents, Indiana governors and other important political figures, including Calvin Coolidge, Jonathan Jennings, John Gibson, and Benjamin Butler. There are also letters from political figures and their staff regarding the acquisition of autographs from the 1930s.