Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S3105
Scope and Contents This collection consists of various materials concerning Gilbert Harris from Indiana ranging from 1905 to 1946, relating to World War II and local concerns as well as deaths. Among the items relating to World War II are a ship's newspaper, a broadside welcoming returning troops to their voyage home on the S.S. Tristram Dalton, and newspaper and magazine clippings. The clippings are obituaries and announcements of an award and of a visit home. The collection...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes several letters from members of the Heineken family, particularly to or from Christian, Samuel and Thomas Heineken, in Ohio, Indiana, and Great Britain ranging from 1810 to 1888 regarding settlement in Indiana and Ohio, family life, travel, weather, cholera epidemics, national politics, and farming. There is also a U.S. Civil War diary kept by Samuel Heineken during 1862-1863 and an 1888 roster of the 3rd Indiana Cavalry.
Scope and Contents This collection includes 6 photograph albums and 3 scrapbooks, containing photographs, papers, pamphlets, postcards, souvenirs, currency, and ephemera, created by Betty Goodale Moody in Indiana, Florida, around the United States, Jordan, Israel, and Egypt, ranging from circa 1936 to 2015, regarding her personal and family life, friends, and travels within the United States and the Middle East. There are also miscellaneous photographs whose subjects were identified by Moody and her...
Dates: circa 1936-2015
Collection — Folder S622
Scope and Contents This collection contains a 6-page letter from Miriam Hazzard to family and friends in Indiana from Claquato, Lewis County, Washington Territory on June 20, 1882. Her letter relates the places she and her family traveled through during their train trip out west in April, 1882. She mentions several times the different snow sheds that the train passed through and that the family suffered "deathly illness" aboard ship traveling from San Fransico, California to Portland, Oregon. Mrs. Hazzard also...