Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection consists largely of Beveridge’s correspondence with John C. Shaffer, publisher of the Chicago Evening Post and the Indianapolis Star and president of a syndicate owning the Indianapolis street railways. Included are letters from Beveridge as Shaffer’s lawyer handling the dissolution of the Indianapolis street railways syndicate (1893) and letters on personal and political matters (1897-1914). The collection also includes Beveridge’s manuscript for his Senate speech on the...
Collection — OH033
Collection — Folder S186
Collection — Folder S1982
Scope and Contents This collection includes a commercially printed ticket from Indianapolis and Greenfield Rapid Transit Company in Indianapolis and Greenfield ranging from 1902/07/16 to 1903/07/16 regarding rail travel.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of and original typed documents from Helen Hollingsworth in Indiana ranging from 1970 to 1973 regarding recollections of New Year's Eve, 1899 (also photocopies of street car routes, address listings and a map and brochures from Dennison Manufacturing Company) and a tribute to Mary Quinn Sullivan, with a copy of the sale catalog from her collection in 1939 and photocopies of her obituaries and sale results.
Collection — Folder SP010
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a photograph album with 37 black-and-white photographs pertaining to Indianapolis Railways, Inc. Included are photographs of company buildings and work areas, street cars and trackless trolleys, and several street intersections. Also included and photos of monotobe poles and trolley wires. The album appears to be a compilation of several photographers' photos.
Collection — Folder SP036
Collection — Folder SP013
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Lucille Lipps Gaynor in Indiana and Illinois ranging from circa 1850 to 1944, including snapshots Lucille with friends including Bert Forrest, portraits of soldiers from World War I and family members, group portraits of schoolmates, a memorial composite of the Knightstown firemen who died in the masonic temple fire on October 13, 1899, an image of a streetcar with war bonds advertisements, and a group portrait from the Red Cross Ambulance Company No....