Newspapers -- Sections, columns, etc.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2050
Scope and Contents This collection contains three handwritten newspapers from Fairfield, Indiana. The newspapers include, "The Joker's Budget", "The Illustrated Journal", and "The Weekly Journal." Each paper contains articles, poetry, comics, and advertisements for local businesses. B. F. Adams and D. W. Nelson are listed as proprietors and editors.
Collection — Folder OBC195
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a scrapbook donated by Charles R. Brown containing clippings ranging from 1926 to 1934 of the "Monte Tattler," a section of the Montezuma Enterprise (Montezuma, Ind.) newspaper written and prepared for publication by Montezuma High School students. The scrapbook also includes lists of previous students, organized by graduation year from 1918 to 1932, with short notations regarding work, college, and marriage that was used...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains 2 prints of Chic Jackson’s "Roger Bean" comic strip released by the George Matthew Adams Service on June 29 and 30, 1928, a pen and ink drawing of his characters Woody and Yank (1922), a drawing of “Golduh the Maid” created for Arcada S. Balz, a friend who later became the first woman to serve in the Indiana Senate (circa 1920s), and a typed biographical sketch of Jackson that was sent to Miss Esther McNitt, a librarian at the Indiana State Library, on November 4, 1933....
Collection — Folder S0375
Scope and Contents This collection contains a newspaper clipping and two photocopies of Kate Milner Rabb's column, "A Hoosier Listening Post", from the April 19, 1931 Indianapolis Star. Rabb's column discusses letters sent by Dr. Daniel Drake in 1836 to William H. McGuffey regarding his resignation of his professorship at Oxford, Ohio and offering McGuffey the presidency of Cincinnati college.
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and maps from David G. Vanderstel in Indiana ranging from 1958 to 2000 regarding multiple subjects. Notable clippings concern Woodruff Place, Lucy Ann Seaton, who was the first to be buried at Crown Hill Cemetery, the development of Conner Prairie, and a souvenir edition of the 1976 Indianapolis 500 newspaper.
Collection — Folder S2029
Collection — Folder S2529
Scope and Contents This collection includes a receipt made out to James Ballanger for a one year subscription to the Indiana True Democrat, dated Nov. 11, 1851 and signed by R.(Rawson) Voile and N.(Nathan) Stanton.
Collection — Folder S0577
Scope and Contents This collection contains a newspaper clipping of Kate Milner Rabb's column, "A Hoosier Listening Post," printed in the Indianapolis Star on December 2, 1934. The column reprints two letters sent by Robert Hamilton to his wife in Bourbon County, Kentucky during the War of 1812. The first letter, dated September 30, 1812, was sent from Vincennes, Indiana and recounts the marches made by his company from Kentucky to Vincennes. The second letter, written October 12, 1812, was sent from Fort...
Collection — Folder S0832
Scope and Contents This collection contains eight clippings of Kate Milner Rabb's newspaper column "The Hoosier Listening Post" regarding Levin B. Lewis and range from January 18, 1935 to February 3, 1935. Rabb's articles relate a variety of experiences that Lewis describes in his autobiography and information shared in family letters. His autobiography (circa 1881) and letters (1852-1860) were provided to Rabb by his daughter, Prudence Lewis. Some of the topics recounted are Lewis's arrival in Lawrenceburg and...