Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1752
Scope and Contents This collection includes an 8-page, typewritten letter written by Albert Sahm on June 28, 1934 and sent to Miss Esther U. McNitt at the Indiana State Library regarding his reminiscences of Ft. Wayne Avenue in Indianapolis, Indiana. The collection also contains two copies, one handwritten and one typewritten, of Sahm's "Reminiscences of Ft. Wayne Ave Continued." Accompanying the letter are a map of the intersection of Walnut and Delaware Streets and Ft. Wayne Avenue and 6 clippings of Kate...
Scope and Contents This collection includes publications on the history of the Indiana Democratic Editors Association, correspondence, convention records, and newspaper clippings from Dick Heller Jr. in Indiana ranging from 1881-1986 regarding Indiana Democratic Editors Association, its publications, elections, newspapers, and activities of the Democratic Party.
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed sketches and other writings, newspaper articles, pamphlets, correspondence, magazine books, editorials, and photographs from Florence Riddick Boys ranging from 1898-1982 regarding the life of Florence Riddick Boys and her husband, Samuel B. Boys, "Woman's Page" and her authorship, the Republican Party, women's suffrage, and public welfare.
Scope and Contents This collection includes research papers, pamphlets, correspondence, newspaper columns, and drafts ranging from 1841-1966 regarding the Indiana Civil War Centennial Commission, Indiana Historical Society, and Civil War soldiers from Indiana.
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper clippings, radio broadcast program scripts, and correspondence from Grace E. Conway in Indiana ranging from 1962 to 1970 regarding Conway's work in the media giving household advice and recognition.
Collection — Folder S0584
Scope and Contents This collection contains a clipping of Harry Dorsey Bertsch's column, "Along the Old Trail", printed in the August 15, 1930 newspaper, The Old Trails Echo (Centerville, Indiana). The article reprinted an April 6, 1838 letter written by Samuel Hannah to his sister-in-law, Mary Bishop Willetts. In the letter, Hannah relates business conditions in Centerville following the Panic of 1837 noting that "Times are very hard. Money is every day becoming scarcer so that it is next to impossible to make...
Collection — Folder S1183
Scope and Contents This collection includes forty-nine clippings of Kate Milner Rabb's Indianapolis Star newspaper column, "The Hoosier Listening Post," range from March 14, 1935 to July 25, 1935 that contain transcribed entries from diaries kept by Helen Clift of New Castle, Indiana in 1863 and 1865. Helen used her diary to record her daily chores, the weather, visitors, social activities, and other happenings in New Castle. Her 1863 diary also recorded her time teaching in Economy, Wayne County, Indiana and...
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection includes scrapbook materials, and two scrapbooks from Paul H. Moore in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1923-1948 regarding the Indianapolis Municipal Airport. Notable items include photographs of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1926; the Edsel B. Ford Reliability Tour trophy; the "Spirit of St. Louis" plane; an aerial view of Fort Benjamin Harrison; Air Mail display; aerial views of Downtown Indianapolis, and a booklet of the Lorenz Instrument Landing System.
Collection — Folder S0838
Scope and Contents This collection includes three clippings of the newspaper column, "A Hoosier Listening Post," written by Kate Milner Rabb. The 1931 columns ran in the Indianapolis Star on September 22, 23 and 25. Each column quotes from the papers of Joseph Tarkington and discusses items of interest, including a scholarship founded by Tarkington at Indiana Asbury University; an October 4, 1864 certificate stating that Mrs. Tarkington had contributed to the Indiana State Sanitary Fair for the relief of sick and...
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper clippings, scrapbook pages, correspondence, and other documents. Correspondence includes letters to Laurel Conwell Thayer's mother, Maria Conwell Thayer, primarily from her niece Elisabeth Conwell Wilson, but also other correspondents. Also included is a letter from Laurel's father, William Wild Thayer and letters to Laurel Conwell Thayer from Virginia Brooks of West Hammond, Indiana. Other documents include material written by Laurel Conwell Thayer regarding...