Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S3117
Scope and Contents This collection includes advertising cards, tickets, calling cards, a postcard, and pamphlets from various businesse enterprises and organizations in Indianapolis, Indiana and New York, New York, ranging from circa 1860 to 1935 regarding products such as tonics and curatives, soap, coffee, and tickets to fairs and sporting, club, and public speaking events. Many of the cards appear to have been removed from a scrapbook.
Collection — Folder S3144
Scope and Contents This collection includes advertising cards, tickets, brochures and other ephemeral items from merchants and event planners in Indiana, Kansas, Michigan and Missouri, ranging from 1887 to 1976 regarding advertising for products and services as well as special events.
Scope and Contents This collection contains organizational records including administrative records, financial information, correspondence, reports, statistical data and maps, broadsides, pamphlets and periodicals, scrapbooks, photographs, and audiovisual materials from the American Lung Association of Central Indiana and its primary predecessor, the Marion County Tuberculosis Association, in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1903 to 1977 regarding the organizations' activities in the eradication of tuberculosis...
Collection — Folder S0075
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a postcard sized ink blotter, with the following text on it. Baur Red Top CO2 – Best Gas – "Made in Indianapolis" – Backed Up by Over 30 Years Experience – Comes in Red Top Drums – Made By – The Baur Carbonic Company, Standard Avenue and Division Street, Indianapolis, IND. The picture of a girl with curly hair and flowers appears on the side with text. The dates 1921-1927 have been added in ink at the top.
Collection — Folder S2228
Scope and Contents This collection includes three "wooden nickel" certificates created to commemorate the Wabash County, Indiana Centennial (1935) and the Decatur, Indiana Centennial (1936). The collection also contains a facsimile of a five hundred dollar Confederate note memento from the Civil War Centennial Exhibit held at the L.S. Ayres & Company auditorium in Indianapolis from April 11 to April 22, 1961.
Collection — Folder SP045
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photograph, small photograph album, and two copies of an advertisement from Crown Potteries Company in Evansville, Indiana and Mammoth Cave in Kentucky ranging from 1935 to 1952 regarding the company, its employees, and the city of Evansville. The single photograph shows a large group of men, women, and children, probably Crown Potteries Co. employees and their families, at the entrance sign for Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, around the 1930s. The album appears to be from...
Collection — Folder S1789
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one advertising card for H. G. Young’s business dealing in hides, tallow, pelts and furs. The card appears to be soliciting different materials for his business, which is located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The card is from 1894 and is addressed to a Mr. John Markert (?) in Newton.
Collection — Folder S1377
Collection — Folder S1682-01
Scope and Contents The collection contains two items from Kosciusko County, Indiana, comprising a small advertising card for an attorney and land agent, James H. Carpenter, in Warsaw, Indiana and a two-page, typed letter from George A. Nye, a math teacher from Warsaw, Indiana to Christopher Coleman, the Indiana State Library director, circa 1917-1918, regarding the position offerred to Nye. The letter also lists the articles he wrote, mostly regarding Warsaw, in the preceding 25 years and makes mention of the...
Collection — Folder S1683-01
Scope and Contents The collection consists of three items from LaGrange County, Indiana, including an undated advertising card for the Lima Manufacturing Company's Queen windmill in Lima, Indiana (currently Howe); a short, typed history of the LaGrange courthouse of 1843 and an account of a gavel made of the wood from the 1843 courthouse, which the LaGrange de Lafayette chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) returned to LaGrange County, after 1923; and a seven-page, typed narrative by Dan Wisel...