Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from the Bass Photo Company in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1850 to 1975 and undated regarding people, buildings, street scenes, illustrations, and events such as Foch Day (November 4, 1921) in Indianapolis, as well as a few shots taken around Indiana.
Dates: circa 1850-1975, undated
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, pencil drawings, negatives, 35mm slides, and family photographs from Christian Schrader in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1842 to 1987, regarding Schrader’s family, friends, and early Indianapolis. Schrader includes rough dates for the subjects he depicts in the drawings, but many of them were created from his recollections later in life. There are also oversize drawings (OBE017).Negatives are available for most of the drawings. In...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs from the English family in Lexington and Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1900 to 1910 regarding William E. English and his family and friends engaged in activities such as hunting, golf, driving, and vacationing; the family estate, Englishton Park, near Lexington and local subjects such as farming, dogs, gardens, cemeteries; and an event, most likely the unveiling of the William H. English monument, which took place on September 28,...
Dates: circa 1900-1910
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Harry H. Coburn in Indianapolis and Greenfield, Indiana ranging from 1913 to 1927, regarding the impact of the 1913 flood on the White River and the surrounding areas, such as Riverside Park, near downtown Indianapolis; James Whitcomb Riley attending his final birthday celebration at the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis (October 7, 1915) and the parade at the the Riley celebration in Greenfield, Indiana (October, 1925); and events in Indianapolis during...
Collection — Folder SP041
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographic slides from different cities in Indiana ranging from circa 1950s to 1960s regarding buildings, monuments, businesses, other structures, and urban and rural scenes.
Dates: circa 1950-circa 1960
Scope and Contents This collection includes a set of architectural drawings, titled "La Tour D'Auvergne" from a French architectural firm, an architectural print with sketches from Josse A. Vrydagh in Terre Haute, Indiana and a print, featuring a 3D model of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument from Bruno Schmitz in Germany, dating from circa 1887-1901.
Dates: circa 1887-1901
Collection — Folder SP143
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs taken during Marshall Foch Day in Indianapolis, Indiana on November 4, 1921, regarding Foch's arrival in the city, him congratulating the winner of the 25-mile race, the parade, and the cornerstone dedication for the American Legion National Headquarters. There is also an undated clipping of a photograph from the event.
Dates: 1921/11/04, undated
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents Note This collection includes panoramic photographs in a photogrpah album by: Moorefield, Bretzman, W. L. Dalbey Photography Company, Wallace, Pierce, Bass Photography Company, and William A. Swift. Photographs include the following subjects: Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, 1st Contingent in front of the Vocational Training Detachment National Army Headquarters; Soldiers at Fort Benjamin Harrison, entertained by Catholic women of Indianapolis at the Knights of Columbus Club House.;...
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photograph album of photographs taken in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana on May 7, 1919 depicting the Welcome Home Day celebration and parade to Monument Circle featuring marching troops, Red Cross workers, crowds, and school children after the end of World War I.
Collection — Folder SP021
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs and negatives of Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd's visit to Indianapolis, Indiana where he was presented with a medal during a ceremony at Monument Circle on August 25, 1930.