Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes material regarding activities conducted and sponsored by the Hillforest Historical Foundation, Inc. in the 1970s. Folder 1 has correspondence, documents and newpaper clippings regarding the Indiana Frontier Picnic that took place in Aurora, Indiana in May 1974 in conjunction with the re-enactment of James Harrod's canoe trip down the Ohio River to commemorate the settlement of Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Folder 2 contains copies of documents...
Collection — Folder SP027
Scope and Contents This collection includes 6 photographs taken by Homer Fauntleroy in New Harmony, Indiana ranging from circa 1910 to 1923 regarding the interior of the Fauntleroy home. One photograph shows his sister, Mary Emily Fauntleroy reading.
Collection — Folder S3420
Collection — Folder S2514
Scope and Contents This collection includes two mailings to the Indiana State Library from the Indianapolis Athletic Club, on October 27, 1977, and December 14, 1977, containing a letter, event flyers, and invitations. The events included the IU v. Purdue football game on November 19, 1977; concerts given by The Ink Spots and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra; mixers, dinners, parties, and dance lessons. The letter contains information about the club's Junior Program.
Collection — Folder S2173
Scope and Contents This collection contains a variety of materials, including transcriptions, personal notes, letters, a poll book, a tax table, financial statements, bonds covering public officials, legal agreements, a political platform, a map, and a newspaper clipping, ranging from 1873 to 1970, regarding the town of Irvington, Indiana.Generally, the materials all relate to the civic and political affairs of the town of Irvington, now a neighborhood of Indianapolis. Topics covered include early...
Collection — Folder SP052
Scope and Contents This collection contains 6 audio cassette tapes and transcripts of interviews with hostesses at the James Whitcomb Riley Home in Greenfield, Indiana, including Lucinda Jean Arthur, Charlotte Barnett, Elizabeth Gappen, Edna Jacobs, Dorothy June WIlliams, and Ruth Williamson. Interviews were conducted by local teacher Carol Cummings during June-July 1987.
Collection — Folder SP050
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs and illustrations in Indiana ranging from to [Date] regarding author James Whitcomb Riley, people and places associated with him, his dog "Lockerbie", and his works. There are also photographs from his funeral and statue dedication in Greenfield, Indiana
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Marie Stuart Edwards and the Shirk, Stuart, and Edwards families in Lafayette and Peru, Indiana and Marion, Ohio, as well as photographs, letters, and scrapbook pages from Mary Castner Smiley in Denver, Indiana, ranging from 1876 to 1990, regarding Edwards' women's suffrage activism (circa 1920-1922) and war work during World War II; family portraits of Edwards and three generations of the Stuart and Edwards families; the Shirk-Edwards House in Peru,...
Collection — Folder S0965
Scope and Contents This collection includes an April 20, 1926 letter sent to Willis K. Miller from F. Heath Coggins, art editor of Country Homes magazine, regarding the magazine's interest in obtaining photographs or engravings of the Miller's home, Benton House, located in the Irvington area of Indianapolis, Indiana. The collection also contains a January 9, 1934 letter sent by Josiah K. Lilly to Isabelle Aurelia Miller regarding a biography, Stephen Foster: America's Troubadour by John Tasker Howard and a...