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Scott County (Ind.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

English family photograph collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SP014
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs from the English family in Lexington and Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1900 to 1910 regarding William E. English and his family and friends engaged in activities such as hunting, golf, driving, and vacationing; the family estate, Englishton Park, near Lexington and local subjects such as farming, dogs, gardens, cemeteries; and an event, most likely the unveiling of the William H. English monument, which took place on September 28,...

John McCartney collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: G-042
Scope and Contents This collection includes funeral and account book, correspondence, receipts and figures and real estate papers from John J. McCartney in Jefferson, Jennings and Scott County ranging from 1895 to 1945.

Miriam Hazzard letter

 Collection — Folder S622
Identifier: S0622
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...

Thomas J. Craig, Civil War discharge certificate

 Collection — Folder S0311
Identifier: S0311
Scope and Contents The discharge certificate is written in pencil and ink. The pencil notations have faded, but the entries in ink are still visible. The discharge is signed by Louis Morris. The paymaster, Mr. Allen, marked “Paid” in the left margin. Thomas’ occupation when he enrolled in the army was farmer.