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Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S866
File — Folder OBC152
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection includes a scrapbook and photograph album created by Betty Moody. The scrapbook includes memorabilia from Betty's travels to Jerusalem in 1985. Passenger tickets, menus, hotel information, photographic postcards and photographs of Amman, Jordan, Jerusalem and Cairo, Egypt can be found. The last portion of the scrapbook includes a sampling of money from their travels.The photograph album includes family photographs, trips to Nashville, Tennessee; Loess Bluff,...
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection includes one scrapbook created by Nancy L. Cross of Angola, Indiana. Within the scrapbook's first page, a photograph of James A. Moody, Orville's grandfather, and a note states, "James A. Moody, elected to the Indiana State Legislature exactly 50 years to the day before Orville. He won the nomination on May 8, 1934 and Orville won the nomination on May 8, 1984." Orville's campaign advertising cards, pamphlets and newspaper clippings comprise a majority of the...
Scope and Contents This collection contains fractional currency, interest bearing notes, and other forms of paper currency of various denominations (1807-1863). The bulk of the collection contains state bank notes, both circulated and uncirculated, from Indiana during the "Free Banking Era" (1837-1863). The collection also includes bank notes from Connecticut, Michigan, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia (1835-1863); United States issued currency (1830-1863); a certificate of deposit note from...
Collection — Folder S1283
Scope and Contents This is a xerox copy of the small diary handwritten by William Tasker in 1865, during and after his service in the Civil War. Although someone has numbered the photocopies, they do not go in order of the dates, because page 21 has an entry for November 23, 1864, whereas page 3 has the date January 26, 1865. The page 3 entry states: "Started from Charleston and got to Chatanooga." He does not mention when he heard the war ended in April entries. Most of the entries are about drill, marching,...