Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1825
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence sent by George Washington Ewing to Byrum D. Miner of Fort Wayne, Indiana regarding the sale of furs and skins, William G. Ewing's estate, and other legal matters (1855-1856). The collection also includes a November 29, 1849 bill from Brown's Hotel in Washington, D.C. and three letters sent by Lucinda Smith of Evansville, Indiana to Ewing and Miner regarding the collection of rent from the government for cattle and stables kept on property presumably owned...
Collection — Folder S1290
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a transcription of an account book from Gibson Teas in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana rainging from 1853 to 1856, regarding the activities and correspondence of his business of broom and wood tool manufacturing. The account book was transcribed by R. A. Stubbs of Long Lake, Minnesota.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of black and white photographs and negatives, with a few color negatives, taken by Harry Sheagley. The majority of the photographs were taken in his capacity as professional photographer, while some appear to be for his own personal collection. The negatives are black and white 3x5-inch, with a few color and 35mm negatives, the bulk of which are images from his photography business, and some of his family.
Collection — Folder S3000
Scope and Contents This collection includes photostat copies of 3 letters from Horatio D., Joshua J., and Joseph E. Silver in Indiana and Ohio from 1843 to 1851.The first letter, from Horatio Silver to his sister, details getting a bunch of goods for his bakery from Cincinnati, rebuilding his oven in a better way, and general family matters. The second letter, from Jospeh Silver to one of his brothers, includes different business “blessings” that he needs advice on from his brother, as well as his general living...
Collection — Folder SP041
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographic slides from different cities in Indiana ranging from circa 1950s to 1960s regarding buildings, monuments, businesses, other structures, and urban and rural scenes.
Dates: circa 1950-circa 1960
Collection — Folder S1795
Scope and Contents The collection includes items created by four Indianapolis businesses: one piece of stationery for notes, an invoice form, two letterheads clipped off larger pieces of stationery, and a price list, ranging from 1887 to 1915. Dates for the materials extend from 1887 to 1915. The businesses are Frank B. Ainsworth & Co., Condersaar & Co., When Clothing Co., and Hanson, Van Camp Co.
Scope and Contents This collection contains transcripts of oral history interviews with residents of Irvington, once a town in Marion County, and now a neighborhood in Indianapolis, Indiana, ranging from 1978 to 1987. The interviews were conducted primarily by Lois Leamon and others for Indianapolis Public Library, Hilton U. Brown Branch's Irvington Oral History Project. The transcripts include historical information about the town-cum-neighborhood and the people who lived there.
Collection — Folder S2312
Scope and Contents This collection contains legal documents from 1885 related to a lawsuit filed against James L. Keach in the Marion County (Ind.) Superior Court by Ebenezer Edwards and Frederick H. Guhl of Chicago who were seeking payment for two carloads of potatoes ordered by Keach. Keach had paid $50.00 as a down payment, but when the produce arrived in Indianapolis, the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, and St. Louis Railroad only allowed a partial unloading of one car due to a lack of proper paperwork. By the time...
Collection — Folder OBD047
Collection — Folder S1487
Scope and Contents This collection contains six letters sent between February 16, 1931 and August 4, 1931 regarding the question of whether the founders of Kuhn, Loeb and Co., Abraham Kuhn and Solomon Loeb, had lived in Indiana before establishing their company in New York. The correspondence includes letters from the Kuhn, Loeb and Co.; Ethel Cleland of the Business Branch of the Public Library (Indianapolis, IN); Cyril E. Kissane of the Wall Street Journal; James A. Stuart of...