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Ration books

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Brutus family papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S0185
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters, commercial greeting cards, checks, tax forms, ration books, post cards, and commercial invitations to and from the Brutus family in Indiana and the United States, ranging from 1839 to 1951, regarding family and business matters. There is also an oversize fragmented letter dated November 16, 1845 (OB086).
Dates: 1839-1951

Connie Beck papers

 Collection
Identifier: L436
Scope and Contents This collection includes war ration books, genealogies, correspondence, guest and funeral books, greeting cards, photographs from the Rock, Beck and Sherrer families in Indiana, Missouri and elsewhere ranging from 1908 to 1962 regarding family genealogy, finances and business, correspondence with friends, World War II life, the Philippines, and Stephens College.
Dates: 1908-1962

Jackman collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: G-018
Scope and Contents This collection includes genealogy research about the Jackman and related families ranging from 1893 to 1996. The collection also contains a DAR application, newspaper clippings from Indianapolis and photographs of the Zinkan, Jackman, Kidwell,and Truelove families.
Dates: 1893- 1996

Leland E. Roseman collection

 Collection — Folder S1810
Identifier: S1810
Scope and Contents This collection includes Leland Roseman's World War II fuel oil and mileage ration stamps along with his mileage rationing record issued December 18, 1944. The collection also includes a program from the first Indiana Safety and Health Congress held in November 1943 at the Claypool and Lincoln hotels in Indianapolis.
Dates: 1943-1944

Ward F. Siegrist, World War II ration book

 Collection — Folder S1951
Identifier: S1951
Scope and Contents This collection includes Ward Siegrist's World War II ration book no. 3 and includes 4 pages of unused ration stamps. No. 3 ration books were replacement books and were distributed in 1943 by the United States of America Office of Price Adminstration.
Dates: 1943