Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S045
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed, signed letters from Albion Fellows Bacon in Evansville, Indiana ranging from 1926/05/09 to 1931/10/21 regarding an honor she received, a pageant she wrote and personal, family matters.
Collection — Folder S192
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed, signed letter from Robert E. Richey of the Allen County Republican Club in Fort Wayne, Indiana ranging on March 29, 1945 regarding resolutions demanding that no secret agreements be made without the consent of Congress by the President of the United States or his representative. There are also two sets of check stubs from 1945 to 1946, with one check stub labelled "Rep. State Fund."
Collection — Folder S0648
Collection — Folder SP161
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Ann V. Hammer in Indiana ranging from 1946 to 1954 and undated, regarding the courthouse tree in Greensburg, Indiana Dunes State Park, Webster Lake in Kosciusko County, Lake Wawasee and the South Shore Inn in Syracuse, and a possible camp at Rivervale, Lawrence County. There are also postcards Grouseland in Vincennes, Mac's Famous Barbeuce in Evansville, Indiana Dunes State Park, and Hotel Van Orman and downtown Fort Wayne. An undated advertising item...
Dates: 1946-1954, undated
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains news clippings from Columbus, Evansville and Rockport, Indiana newspapers ranging from 1917 to 1929 regarding U.S. Civil War veterans and the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.). The collection also contains three volumes created by August Leich regarding the G.A.R. and Company F, 24th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Volume 1 comprises registration records from the Department of the Indiana G.A.R. annual encampment at Evansville, Indiana in May, 1916 and...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes two ledgers used by Dr. Benjamin J. Day. The first ledger was used for his partnership with Nehemiah Garrison and includes entries ranging from 1865 to 1873 for "Livestock," "Implements and Supplies," "Labor and Expenses," "Profit and Loss," and "Interest and Discount." A newspaper article, "A shock in High Life: High Finances Sometimes Leads Men to Perdition or Worse. M.J. Bray Smelling Brimstone," about the...
Collection — Folder S2271
Scope and Contents This collection contains several items from Carroll and Mima Johnson of Bedford, Indiana, including two essays written by Mary Francis Glover regarding the Jamestown Settlement (April 10, 1871) and Mammoth Cave (May 30, 1873); a circular advertisement for "Object-Lessons in Physiology," a book written by Dr. Hamilton Stillson of Bedford to help common school teachers teach physiology to beginners without a textbook (circa 1884); an envelope addressed to J. M. Johnson (May 16, 1884); a receipt...
Dates: 1871-circa 1909
Collection — Folder SP045
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photograph, small photograph album, and two copies of an advertisement from Crown Potteries Company in Evansville, Indiana and Mammoth Cave in Kentucky ranging from 1935 to 1952 regarding the company, its employees, and the city of Evansville. The single photograph shows a large group of men, women, and children, probably Crown Potteries Co. employees and their families, at the entrance sign for Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, around the 1930s. The album appears to be from...
Dates: circa 1930
Collection — Folder OB026
Scope and Contents The collection contains World War II letters of Howard to his parents, Louise and George Howard (Evansville, Indiana), written from the South Pacific, Okinawa, China, Korea, the Philippines, California, and Ft. Benjamin Harrison. The collection also includes correspondence from the Howard’s daughters Marilyn, a student at Indiana University, and Mrs. R.C. Datzman, a medical technician and wife of a physician in Detroit and Carlysle, PA, during the same time period.