Indianapolis (Ind.) -- Civic and community affairs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection includes Frank W. Olin's diaries (1877, 1897-1898, 1922-1936, 1938-1939); correspondence, circulars, and reports from organizations with which Olin was associated, including the Indianapolis Commercial Club and the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce (1902-1920s), the Indianapolis Civic League (1908), the YMCA (1909-1913), the Layman's Missionary Movement and its Indianapolis convention in 1916, the American Rights Committee (1916), and the Indianapolis Home for Aged Women...
Scope and Contents This collection contains the records of the Indianapolis Business and Professional Women's Club ranging from 1912 to 1985. The collection includes correspondence, committee reports, meeting minutes, financial reports, bank statements, membership documents, scrapbooks, yearbooks, and local, state, and national publications.
Collection — Folder S2173
Scope and Contents This collection contains a variety of materials, including transcriptions, personal notes, letters, a poll book, a tax table, financial statements, bonds covering public officials, legal agreements, a political platform, a map, and a newspaper clipping, ranging from 1873 to 1970, regarding the town of Irvington, Indiana.Generally, the materials all relate to the civic and political affairs of the town of Irvington, now a neighborhood of Indianapolis. Topics covered include early...
Dates: 1873-1970; 2008-2016
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters; utility and business receipts; and tax filings from Pauline Shull, Amanda, the Kiel family and others in Indianapolis, Indiana; businesses and churches in Indianapolis; ranging from 1918 to 1943 regarding the World War II, fundraising, rationing, work, friend and family in the military, church activities, leisure activities, financial matters, and Wendell Willkie's visit to Indiana.
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper clippings, Indianapolis Branch newsletters, correspondence, membership directories, meeting minutes, treasury reports, programs and the official magazine of the National League of American Pen Women (NLAPW), "The Pen Woman," ranging from 1928 to 2011.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection contains primarily personal letters exchanged between Winifred L. Henninger and the Nelson family of Jefferson County, Indiana ranging from 1877 to 1933, concerning their family history and original settlement there. There is also a Civil War-era letter written by Clara Nelson to a Union soldier stationed at Camp Morton in Indianapolis. Other documents include a program for a Sunday School convention of the Second District Marion County Sunday School Association at the Hall...