Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
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 to 1986 regarding Indiana Democratic Editors Association, its publications, elections, newspapers, and activities of the Democratic Party.
Collection — Folder S3340
Scope and Contents There is one item in this collection, a 48-page booklet entitled "Souvenir, Ruby Jubilee, 1908-1948, Gonzaga Council No. 612, Young Men's Institute of St. Andrew Church, Richmond, Indiana, St. Andrew Parish Directory." The first eleven pages give a history of the men's club with a chronology of significant events. Pages 13-43 list members in order by street names. From pages 43 through 45, members by Richmond rural routes are given. Members of the parish who live in other towns are recorded on...
Scope and Contents This collection includes booklets, photographs, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous items from Opal Murphy in Hancock County, Indiana ranging from 1946 to 1974 regarding the Indiana Extension Homemakers Association.
Scope and Contents This collection includes booklets of the Extension Homemakers Association, Home Demonstration Club, Lawrence County Home Economics Club, and Springville Get-Together Club from Verna Armstrong in Lawrence County, Indiana and Springville, Indiana ranging from 1935 to 1981 regarding Indiana Extension Homemakers Association, Home Demonstration Club, Lawrence County Home Economics Club, and Springville Get-Together Clubs.
Scope and Contents This collection includes papers, ribbons, photographs, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings from the Indiana Federation of Art Clubs in Indiana ranging from 1928 to 2002 regarding the club's activities as well as various art organizations and events.
Scope and Contents This collection includes records, bank books, booklets, vouchers, and volumes from members of the Lincoln Union ranging from 1927 to 1940 regarding Indiana Lincoln Union. Notable publications include the 1927 printed copy of "Lincoln the Hoosier" booklet, "Abraham Lincoln", an address delivered before the Lincoln Club of Logansport, and "The Grave of the Mother of Lincoln."
Collection — Folder S1593
Scope and Contents This is a 20-page typed booklet giving the program for the first reunion of the Indiana Union Board Members from 1909-1935. The reunion was held on November 22, 1935, at the Indiana Union Building of Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Former president and current professor Arthur B. Leible presented "A Journal Through the Minutes of the Union Board from 1909 to 1932." Some of the subjects Professor Leible mentioned were the sale of the barbershop, installation of a telephone, cuspidors...
Scope and Contents This collection includes specifications, blueprints, resolutions and photographs from the Indianapolis Union Railway Company in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1904 to 1925 regarding track elevation construction at the Union Station in downtown Indianapolis and bridge construction at the Kentucky Avenue and Missouri Street intersection as well as Eagle Creek.
Collection — Folder S3332
Scope and Contents This brown-cover Treasury Composition Book has 21 names numbered on the first pages. Beside each name is the year of the person's class, from 1911 to 1916. The pages have questions with numbered answers corresponding to the person's number. Some of the questions are: "Best looking boy," "Best looking girl," "What is your favorite street car line," "Your favorite book," "Your favorite expression," and "What is your favorite hobby?" The answers appear to be in the person's own handwriting. On the...
Dates: circa 1913
Collection — Folder S1907
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a bound notepad of 27 pages containing typed copies of poems, monologues, and short essays frequently used for reading and recitation activities circa 1890-1910. The following works are part of the collection: "Poor Little Joe" by David Law Proudfit; "Pain in a Pleasure Boat" by Thomas Hood; "Peter Sorgum in Love: A Capital Yankee Story" by Alf Burnett; "Home Again" by unknown author; "Uncle Pete and Marse George" by unknown author; "Mrs. Britzenhoeffer's Trouble" by...
Dates: circa 1890-1910