Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1478
Collection — Folder S1175
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of a 24-page pamphlet published in 1904 of the address, "What War Has Done" by D.H.H. Shewmaker, that he gave at the eighth annual reunion of the Delaware County Veterans. In his address, Shewmaker discusses the American Civil War and other historic wars that influenced nations and the individuals involved. This collection also includes a one-page handwritten biography of Shewmaker circa 1967.
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of correspondence of Socialist Party Executive Secretary Otto Branstertter, with and regarding Debs during 1920–1923, including letters regarding amnesty for Debs and other people imprisoned for their opposition to World War 1, as well as letters regarding Socialist Party politics and Debs role in the party following his release from prison. Also included are Debs’ writings on the labor movement, his essay on Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1922), statements of Debs...
Collection — Folder SP139
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs of the French Gratitude Train in 1949 in New York City and the United States, depicting gifts from France and Italy to the United States including art and replicas of artwork, historical fashion, and historical artifacts, as well as scenes parades, speeches, and gifts as they were removed from a train car.
Collection — Folder S1705
Scope and Contents This collection contains a pocket size notebook used by J.C. Stephens to record debit entries for the West Lebanon Lecture Bureau in West Lebanon, Indiana from November 29, 1887 to March 14, 1888. The page for credit entries is blank.
Collection — Folder S1026
Scope and Contents This collection includes John Odell's school workbook containing his compositions, poems, mathematical equations, and expenses (circa1855 to 1860). The book was re-used as a scrapbook and has news clippings attached to the pages regarding the U.S. Civil War and other items of interest to Mr. Odell (circa1860-1886). One item of note is a clipping of an address he gave during a June 20, 1860 debate on the question of popular sovereignty in the territories.
Collection — Folder SP143
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs taken during Marshall Foch Day in Indianapolis, Indiana on November 4, 1921, regarding Foch's arrival in the city, him congratulating the winner of the 25-mile race, the parade, and the cornerstone dedication for the American Legion National Headquarters. There is also an undated clipping of a photograph from the event.
Dates: 1921/11/04, undated
Collection — Folder SP087
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs of Richard Nixon's visit to Indianapolis, Indiana, several from Indianapolis Star photographers, on September 12, 1968 during his presidential campaign. There are also a few undated photographs of Nixon shaking hands with several people, including Betty Marr, Clark Springer, and Ed Mitchell.
Dates: 1968/09/12, undated
Collection — Folder OBC197
Scope and Contents This collection contains a hand-colored photograph of Theodore Roosevelt speaking at the dedication of the General Henry W. Lawton statue on May 30, 1907 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Collection — Folder SP153
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs and clippings featuring Thomas Riley Marshall in Indiana, California, Washington, D.C., and other places in the the United States, as well as Geneva, Switzerland, ranging from circa 1860 to 1916 and undated, regarding Riley's daily life and political career, including several photographs from an unidentified ceremony at the construction of a large structure such as a building or bridge. There are also portrait photographs of the Marshall...
Dates: circa 1860-1916, undated