Indiana -- Social life and customs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2055
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from Albert Gall in California and elsewhere in the U.S.; legal, insurance and patent documents, financial papers; photographs; Freemason materials and a biographical sketch of Alois D. Gall ranging from 1861-1905 regarding family and business matters and social organizations.
Collection — Volume V164
Collection — Folder S2803
Collection — Folder S2622
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, hair, postcards, programs, and invitations from Cora Mack Brown, her family and friends, and organizations such as the Order of the Eastern Star, the Methodist Church, and the Masonic Lodge in Milton, Indiana as well as in Illinois and Ohio ranging from 1860-1927 regarding local activities in Milton, Indiana, the organizations mentioned, and the Mack and Brown families.
Collection — Folder S3458
Collection — Folder S1949
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a visitor's register of the Kingfisher Camp at Pine Hills in Montgomery County, Indiana with entries ranging from 1891 to 1903. The registry also has a small fabric United States flag with 34 stars in a circular pattern and has signatures written across the stripes with the date, 1881.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence, diaries, and business papers of the Lambert, Miller, and White family ranging from 1824 to 1968. The bulk of the correspondence is between the Lamberts, Millers, and Whites (1885-1932), but also includes many letters from the Saunders family in Iowa, Kentucky, and Washington (1895-1950). The collection also contains Paschal T. Lambert's reminiscences of his early childhood in Indiana (undated); family diaries (1897-1943); Oscar G. Miller's autograph...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Folder one of this collection contains correspondence and documents of the Newkirk family ranging from 1878 to 1889, including three letters written by Fred Newkirk from Cochran, Indiana to his wife and daughter in Indianapolis; two letters from William Leive of Aurora, Indiana; a letter from Emily Middleworth of Indianapolis; two letters and a partial letter from Minnie Newkirk's sister (Helen) Lee Forbis; a card of rememberance of David B. Moe of Indianapolis who was interred in Kenosha,...