Legislative bills -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2265
Scope and Contents This collection includes Dr. Fritz Herzog's correspondence and photocopied articles ranging from 1894 to 1976 regarding Indiana House Bill no. 246, a 1897 bill introduced to establish "a new mathematical truth" by changing the value of pi. Authored by Edwin J. Goodwin, M.D. and introduced by Taylor I. Record, the bill passed the House, but a motion for indefinite postponement in the Senate carried. Dr. Herzog corresponded with Professor Will Edington of Depauw University and Professor...
Collection — Folder S1586
Scope and Contents This collection includes a two page brief written by D. B. Johnson, state superintendent of the Indiana State Civic Union, regarding his opposition to Indiana Senate Bill No. 259. The 1917 bill to legalize the showing of motion pictures on Sundays thoughout Indiana was signed by Governor Goodrich on March 8, but then withdrawn by him and vetoed the following day after he learned that an amendment requiring that movies not be shown until after 2:00 p.m. had been removed from the bill.
Scope and Contents The collection includes Welsh's papers as governor, including his correspondence on local and national issues, his correspondence with Indiana's Congressional delegation on state needs, reports and budgets of state agencies and commissions, legislation, speeches, schedules, press releases, newspaper clippings, recommendations, appointments and awards; correspondence, surveys, financial records, and other papers relating to the Indiana Democratic Party (1961-1965), including papers relating to...
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection includes 2 "Pence Must Go! Your rights could be next" yard signs, 7 protest signs created by attendees and 2 created by organizers, 2 stickers and 21 printed photographs from a rally on March 28, 2015 located at the Indiana Statehouse grounds. Also included is an April 13, 2015 edition of TIME magazine addressing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Featured within the magazine is a photograph of Governor Mike...
Collection — Folder OBC036
Scope and Contents This collection contains information on the proposed and adopted amendments to the Indiana state constitution from 1851 to 1911. The information includes the number of the bill, the house of the legislature in which the bill was introduced, the author and party affiliation, the provisions proposed, the article and section to be amended, and the final disposition of the legislature.
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, clippings, documents and notes ranging from 1969 to 1977 regarding Wilfrid J. Ullrich's work as a senator in the Indiana General Assembly. The bulk of the correspondence is from Indiana residents stating their support or opposition to bills being considered during the 1977 legislative session. Ullrich received the largest number of letters concerning the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment (E.R.A.); the creation of an Indiana Board of Chiropractic...
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, papers, publications from William H. Hudnut III while he was in Washington D.C. ranging from 1972 to 1974 regarding his work as a member of the House of Representatives.Series 1 consists of correspondence and general papers related to his professional work and is further broken down into three subseries. Subseries 1.1 contains correspondence, publications, reports, and other papers relating to Hudnut's work in the House of...