Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S3429
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from the Bass Photo Company in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1850 to 1975 and undated regarding people, buildings, street scenes, illustrations, and events such as Foch Day (November 4, 1921) in Indianapolis, as well as a few shots taken around Indiana.
Dates: circa 1850-1975, undated
Collection — Folder SP015
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Cecil Beeson in Blackford County, Indiana ranging from circa 1877 to 1925, regarding buildings, businesses, houses, and other places in Blackford County as well as events that occurred there. Collection includes an item-level inventory.
Dates: circa 1877-1925
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, military documents, such as telegrams, transport orders, and bulletins, pay record book, tickets, identification cards, Gray's World War I diary, World War I photographs and postcards, Rose Polytechnic Institute school materials, recommendation letters, service records, photocopies of newspaper clippings, autobiographical materials, memorials, insurance vouchers, a charcoal drawing of Gray during WWI, and realia from World War I and Rose Polytechnic...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of papers relating to Eugene Bainbridge's career in the Indiana Senate ranging from 1953 to 1975. Included are correspondence, legislation, reports, and other papers relating to issues before the Indiana Senate, including public employee' and teacher' retirement funds, the highway department, reapportionment, development of port facilities (1969), abortion, and education reform and school financing (1965-1971); papers relating to Lake County issues before the senate,...
Scope and Contents This collection includes George Pence's notebooks containing annotated records from all 92 Indiana counties. Created in 1921, his notebooks contain entries that relate information about the creation of the counties and townships, roads and bridges, railroads, courts, taxes, incorporations, county appointments and other county records ranging from 1790 to 1852. The collection also includes annotated records of different research subjects. Ranging from 1788 to 1852, the subjects are...
Scope and Contents This collection includes oversize photographs from various photographers gathered by Indiana First Lady Judy O'Bannon and her staff in Indiana during 1999-2000 regarding scenes of nature, architecture, landscapes, people, animals, bridges, methods of transportation, and objects around Indiana for the new millennium in the year 2000. The photographs were submitted by their creators to become a part of this photograph collection, a project of the Hoosier Millennium initiative headed...
Collection — Folder SP010
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a photograph album with 37 black-and-white photographs pertaining to Indianapolis Railways, Inc. Included are photographs of company buildings and work areas, street cars and trackless trolleys, and several street intersections. Also included and photos of monotobe poles and trolley wires. The album appears to be a compilation of several photographers' photos.
Dates: circa 1930
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a bound, leather photograph album containing photographs of Indianapolis railroad tracks, train sheds, and bridges in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1905 to 1930, including depictions of the interior and train shed of Union Station, construction of the Belt Line railroad bridge over the White River, and tracks near various streets and alleys, such as Senate Avenue and West Street. The album was most likely owned by the Indianapolis Union Railway Company.
Dates: circa 1905-1930
Collection — Folder S2623
Scope and Contents This collection includes 9 handwritten letters from Jesse L. Williams. Nearly all of the letters are addressed to Samuel B. Ruggles in New York, New York. The remaining letters are simply addressed 'Dear Sir'. The letters are a part of ongoing correspondence between the two men (several make reference to other earlier letters) and discuss various topics, including the ongoing Central Canal project.