Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1848
Scope and Contents This collection includes the Indiana Common Schools diploma awarded to Bradford Richarson of District No. 6, Hensley Township, Johnson County, Indiana. Signed June 14, 1901 by the county superintendent and trustee, the certificate states that Richardson had passed a "creditable examination in Orthography, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, English, Grammar, Physiology and United States History."
Collection — Folder OBD022
Collection — Folder S3419
Collection — Folder OBC126
Collection — Folder OB098
Collection — Folder OBC125
Collection — Folder S1946
Scope and Contents This collection includes Etta Virginia McKinley's Floyd County Public Schools junior high diploma, a program from her commencement ceremony that took place at 2:00 P.M. at Mount Tabor, and the program from the 8:00 P.M. ceremony that took place at Greenville. All three items are dated April 25, 1939.
Collection — Folder S2056
Scope and Contents Collection S2056 is a grammar school diploma which was awarded to Florence Meikcl on Januaty 26, 1906, by School No. 9 of the Indianapolis Public Schools. The diploma is signed by Laura B. Alexander, teacher, and Georgia Alexandre, Supervising Principal. The diploma displays two ribbons (a blue Iibbon and a gold), the seal of the state of Indiana, and another seal proclaiming: "Common Schools, The Hope of Our Country [Indiana]."
Collection — Folder S0802
Scope and Contents This collection includes a receipt of William Harlow, dated August 9, 1819, regarding an $85.00 transaction with William S. Buell; a bookkeeping diploma for George W. Lane's son, Amos H. Lane, dated February 23, 1857; and a slip with addresses for J. H. Trowbridge Co. & Boston Iron Co. (undated).
Scope and Contents This collection includes photostat copies and photocopies of documents from Harry M. Stoops and others in Brookville, Indiana and elsewhere; manuscripts written by Harry M. Stoops; awards, diplomas, business papers, wills and family histories; greeting cards and newspaper clippings; poetry and songs; and National Recovery Administration placards ranging from 1804 to 1958 regarding family history, property disposal, business information, and miscellaneous.There are also National...
Dates: circa 1750-1958; undated