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Temperance -- Indiana

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Thomas H. Trueblood letters

 Collection — Folder S1323
Identifier: S1323
Scope and Contents This collection has five letters with three envelopes. The letters are addressed to Thomas H. Trueblood, who was a Quaker, living in Washington County, Indiana. The first letter from D. J. Banta, dated December 18, 1885, is about farming, economic conditions, the government, and the temperance movement. He mentions Thomas A. Hendricks and the Democratic administration. The next letter is typed on onion skin paper with the letterhead: Morrison, Plummber and Company, Wholesale Druggists, Chicago,...
Dates: 1885-1888

Walker family collection

Identifier: L369
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, various documents, photographs, and memorabilia from the Walker family of New Albany, Indiana. The collection contains Francis Walker's Clermont (Ohio) Academy writings; his and his wife Mary's family correspondence (1851-1913); his correspondence from other Methodist ministers and DePauw University officials (1860s-1910); his and Mary's writings (1848-1901); and some letters and documents of his father, James Walker (1820-1837). The bulk of...
Dates: 1820-1988, undated

Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Indiana record book

 Collection — Volume V228
Identifier: V228
Scope and Contents This collection includes the secretary's record book for the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Indiana. Ranging from 1874 to 1888, the book includes the union's constitution, executive committee and annual convention minutes, and newspaper clippings regarding the organization. The collection also includes a 1940 pamphlet printed by the National Woman's Christian Temperance Union Department of Literature with instructions regarding the duties of the directors of literature in local,...
Dates: 1874-1888, 1940