Politicians -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 129 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, documents, and reports from Fred J. Nation's work as press secretary to Indiana Governor Evan Bayh. Ranging from 1957 to 1990, the collection's material covers a number of issues and state events that took place during the first year and a half of Governor Bayh's time in office, including inauguration programs, schedules and speech drafts; correspondence, documents, and reports regarding domestic violence and the 1989 murder of Lisa M. Bianco by her...
Collection — Folder B052
Scope and Contents The collection includes materials from Frederick K. Landis and his family dating from 1855 to 2000, including clippings, scrapbooks, radio scripts, and manuscripts. The bulk of the collection is clippings about the political and editorial careers of Frederick Landis. The majority of the radio scripts are undated but were made during the late 1920s and early 1930s and have been left in the order in which they were found. Topics include the military conflicts of the time, economics, politics,...
Collection — Folder SP128
Scope and Contents This collection includes two black-and-white photographs taken of the president, Indiana governor, and city mayor at "Good Roads Day" during the Indiana centennial on October 12, 1916.
Collection — Folder SP116
Scope and Contents This collection includes two black-and-white photographs from the dedication of the Grand Army of the Republic Highway on May 20, 1946 taken by Graves Spotshot Service in Dyer, Indiana. Pictured in the photograph by the highway sign are: Mrs. J. J. Roberts; two Civil War veterans John C. Adams and Frank C. Barton; Governor Ralph F. Gates; John H. Lauer; State Highway Commission chairman; Herman Hartman, commission member; and F.M. Crapeau.
Scope and Contents This collection contains business papers, correspondence, receipts and deeds from the firm of Hamilton and Taber, including Cyrus Taber's correspondence with Allen Hamilton. Much of the correspondence regards business, various Indian treaties, railroads, politics, and the settlement of Hamilton's estate following his death in 1864. Materials date from 1788 through 1963, with the bulk of the collection dating from Allen Hamilton's career. Materials are arranged chronologically, with business...
Collection — Folder OB238
Collection — Folder S0824
Scope and Contents This collection contains a December 18, 1928 certificate from the Purdue Association of Indianapolis recognizing Harry G. Leslie as on honorary member and a 3 x 5-inch card announcing the death of Governor Leslie on December 10, 1937. The card includes information about the funeral service and was sent to an individual who was requested to be an honorary pall bearer.
Scope and Contents The majority of the collection consists of Harry S. New’s correspondence regarding state and national politics, particularly the 1912, 1920, and 1924 presidential elections. Correspondence also includes discussion of his work as U.S. postmaster general (1923-1929). New added several notes throughout the collection (written in the early 1930s) that provide contextual background and significance of correspondence. New also provided his reminiscences of the 1896, 1908, and 1912 presidential...
Collection — Folder S2395
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of correspondence and documents compiled by an individual named Henderson. The bulk of the collection is a 38-page report sent to General Ulysses S. Grant on February 28, 1862 regarding the operations and capture of Fort Donelson. The report was not signed, but from information in the report, it was most likely written by Brig. Gen. John McClernand. Other items related to the U.S. Civil War include a map of the Mississippi River showing communities,...