Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S3144
Scope and Contents This collection includes advertising cards, tickets, brochures and other ephemeral items from merchants and event planners in Indiana, Kansas, Michigan and Missouri, ranging from 1887 to 1976 regarding advertising for products and services as well as special events.
Collection — Folder S558
Collection — Folder S1232
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a handwritten note from Edith Lombard Squires to Mrs. Lieber in 110 South 22nd Street, Richmond, Indiana on March 27, 1929 regarding a one-act play entitled "The Sea King's Daughter" by Squires and a poetry society.
Collection — Folder S0113
Scope and Contents This collection consists of letters to Hannah Johnson from George Johnson, 65th Ohio Regiment and Amos Johnson, 4th Ohio Regiment. Also included are other Civil War letters from Hamilton County and the 46th Indiana Regiment. The collection also has school papers, teachers’ licenses, a certificate from the State House Building Association, certificates of the Mapel Oil Company, Terre Haute, Indiana and advertisements for lectures and theatrical performances in the area.
Collection — Folder S3349
Collection — Folder S186
Collection — Folder S1598
Scope and Contents This collection contains five pages of handwritten notes from the Indianapolis Dramatic Society in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1872 to 1873 including the articles of association written on November 19, 1872 and the original 22 members. There is also information concerning three plays the club performed, the major parts, and the dates and locations.
Collection — Folder S456
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed, carbon and photocopied document from Raymond J. Feld in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1880 to 1948 regarding events/attractions held at English's Opera House and the Schubert-Murat Theatre, both in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Scope and Contents This collection includes publications ranging from 1908 to 1932, including The Mentor magazine from The Mentor Association in New York City, New York (1907, 1918); The Burr McIntosh Monthly from New York City (1908), and the printed guide to the George Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria, Virginia (1932), regarding photography, popular culture, theatre, films, and numerous educational disciplines, such as science, the arts, history, travel, nature, and literature.