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Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:

Donald Barneclo photograph album

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: P073
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photograph album from Donald Barneclo in Indianapolis, Indiana; Bourges, Paris and other places in France, 1918-1919 regarding Indianapolis street scenes, Barneclo in uniform, sights in France during and after World War I, tickets from sightseeing and travel, a telegram, snapshots of other soldiers and military life, the battlefields in France, destruction from war, including the damge to Reims Cathedral, and casualties.There are also photographs from...
Dates: 1889-circa 1950

Duesterberg Funeral Home photographs

 Collection — Folder SP140
Identifier: SP140
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs from Duesterberg Funeral Home in Vincennes, Indiana ranging from circa 1860 to circa 1915 regarding the Duesterberg family, their funeral home, and its hearses.
Dates: Majority of material found in circa 1860-circa 1915

Ed Johnson photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP172
Identifier: SP172
Scope and Contents This collection contains 4 black-and-white photographs taken by Ed Johnson ranging from 1930 to circa 1933 in Illinois regarding the Offutt coper shop in Old Salem, Illinois where Abraham Lincoln studied at night and the graves of his father, Thomas Lincoln, his stepmother, Sarah Bush Lincoln, and his sweetheart, Ann Rutledge.
Dates: 1930, undated

Ed Meister letters

 Collection — Folder S936
Identifier: S0936
Scope and Contents The collection contains Meister family correspondence from 1889 to 1892.
Dates: 1889-1892

Edgar Whitcomb and family commemorative ashtrays

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: L534
Scope and Contents This collection includes two glass commemorative ashtrays from Indiana circa 1969-1973, depicting Governor Edgar D. Whitcomb, his wife, and their five small children.
Dates: circa 1969-1973

Edward C. Hughes letter

 Collection — Folder S2367
Identifier: S2367
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photocopy of a December 26, 1907 letter sent to E. C. Hughes of Charlestown, Indiana from J. B. Lewman on Mutual Construction Co. (Louisville, Ky.) letterhead. Lewman is presumed to be John Burel Lewman, Edward Hughes’ cousin. The letter discusses business dealings and finances and mentions the location of Eastman and Hamilton. Lewman also mentions "Winnie," most likely his brother Winn Clare “Winnie” Lewman.
Dates: 1907/12/26

Eli H. Clampitt papers

 Collection — Folder S258
Identifier: S0258
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of autographed, signed letters and autographed and typed transcripts of letters from Eli H. Clampitt in Indiana and Civil War locations ranging from 1861-1866, regarding family business and army life. Also included are two printed copies from the original tintypes of Eli H. Clampitt and Mark A. Clampitt with his wife, Mary Ann Fouch. The child's identity is unknown.
Dates: 1861-1866

Elizabeth White letter

 Collection — Folder S1391
Identifier: S1391
Scope and Contents This collection includes an April 28, 1851 handwritten letter by Elizabeth White from Lawrenceburg, Indiana and sent to her daughter Nancy and son-in-law Jonathan Houck. In the letter Mrs. White mentions the loss of all her belonging in a fire, news regarding family members, and asks if she may "fetch" her bed and come and stay with Nancy.
Dates: 1851/04/28

Ella E. Buck papers

 Collection — Folder S188
Identifier: S0188
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters from several people in Denver and North Manchester, Indiana ranging from 1874 to 1889 regarding family matters.
Dates: 1874-1889

Emily Kimbrough photographs

 Collection — Folder SP079
Identifier: SP079
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs of Emily Kimbrough, most likely in the United States ranging from circa 1920 to circa 1989, regarding her life, family, friends, and career.
Dates: circa 1920-circa 1989