Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S169
Collection — Folder S415
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters; telegrams; advertising; and business forms from various sources in Indiana, Minnesota, and Ohio ranging from 1833 to 1935 regarding personal and business matters.
Scope and Contents The collection contains Civil War letters (1861–1865), business and legal documents relating to Kosciusko County (1836–1849), St. Joseph County (1847–1916), and other counties. Also included are the correspondence of Alexander Grant of Cass County, Michigan (1871–1875), the Bidwell family of Niles, Michigan and Brownsville, Texas (1937–1940), and the Ackerman family of Niles (1940–1947). There are also documents relating to the Studebaker Company of South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana...
Collection — Folder S1548
Scope and Contents Three hotel advertising cards are mounted on cardboard, three-hole-punched page, of which there are eleven. All of the cards have drawings of the hotel which is advertised. Most of the cards are 2 1/2" high and 6" wide. The oldest one is 1894 (St. Nicholas Hotel, Decatur, Ill.) and the newest are 1917 (The Samer, Salina, Kansas, and The Lee-Huckins Hotel, Oklahoma City, Okla.). The three cards on the first page are: Union Hotel, Port Huron, Mich., November 19, 1903; Hotel Conner, Harpers...
Collection — Folder S1103
Scope and Contents This collection is a copy of the small travel journal used by J. Adam Clark in 1854. Most of the penmanship is too faint to read, perhaps because it was in pencil. On page 30, the writing appears to be in ink and therefore easy to read. He traveled to several places in Michigan. In Chicago, he visited cousin George and "took tea with him." He went to Detroit, Buffalo, and Lancaster. On page 34, he wrote: "I have been gone something over 2 months, have travelled over Michigan, part of Indiana,...
Collection — Volume V003-01
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of Bailly’s accounts, financial journals, and record books of his fur trade business. Also included are business correspondence (1800-1801), letters and other papers relating to the settlement of his estate (1836), as well as account books from the Chicago and Lake Superior Mining Company (1846-1847). The collection also contains various photographs and post cards of the family other locations.
Scope and Contents This collection includes school compositions; financial documents; autographed and typed correspondence; newspaper clippings; greeting cards and sympathy cards; business advertisements; certificates of completion and school event programs from many sources in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, New York and elsewhere ranging from 1869-1956 regarding teachers, education, family matters, and financial matters.
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters, photographs, newspaper clippings, advertisements, and genealogical materials from Roberta West Nicholson, Meredith Nicholson, Meredith Nicholson Jr., Eugenie Nicholson Fox, Meredith Nicholson III, Kurt Pantzer, and May Louise Shipp in South America, Indiana, North Carolina, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa and Michigan ranging from 1861 to 1957 regarding political speeches, family correspondence, investments, advertisements, poems, family photographs, an 1861...
Collection — Folder S674
Collection — Folder S1380
Scope and Contents This single typed page includes information about Samuel Wells's trip from his home in Schoolcraft, Michigan, in the fall of 1851, to Louisville, Kentucky. He traveled with his brother. They took the stage to White Pigeon, Michigan, where they got the train for South Bend. They were late arriving because the baggage car was "derailed near Bristol by a cow." In South Bend, people greeted the first passenger train's arrival with bonfires and drums. Riding a new omnibus, they went to the new St....