Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence, notes, articles, and other materials from Arcada Balz ranging from 1928 to 1959, relating to the following organizations: the Indiana Federation of Women’s Cubs, New Harmony Memorial Commission, and the Fauntleroy House (1934–1964). The collection also contains papers relating to her work in the Indiana Senate, family correspondence, and her genealogical research. There is also a paper on the Edworthalean Society, a woman’s club in Bloomington, Monroe...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of records, both originals and photostat copies, of a number of Indiana Baptist churches. Included are records of Baptist churches at Attica, Fountain County (1870-1899); Aurora, Dearborn County (1871-1883); Bloomington, Monroe County (1825-1890); Brown’s Wonder Church, Boone County (1840-1873); Ebenezer and Clear Creek, Morgan County (1830-1891); Eel River District Association, Putnam County (1825-1951); Lick Creek, Fayette County (1814-1912); Little Mt. Zion Church,...
Collection — Folder S2552
Scope and Contents This collection includes an account book from J.T. Anderson in Bloomington, Indiana ranging from 1911 to 1929 regarding the disposition of his mother Barbara's estate; 2 copies of a typed obituary for his sister, Emily Catherine Anderson Knox on 1929/01/16; a photograph of a young girl and seven pages of song lyrics.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes tintype and carte-de-visite photographs from the Bromwell and Wright family in Indiana, Fairfield, Iowa, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Louisville, Kentucky, ranging from circa 1860 to 1900 regarding family members and friends of all ages.
Collection — Folder S399
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of Hawley family and professional correspondence. Included is correspondence with his family in Bridgeport, Connecticut while elder Ransom Hawley was a student at Auburn Seminary (1825-1828), as well as correspondence of Hawley and his wife in Indiana with their families in Bridgeport (1828-ca. 1880), and letters to his sons Henry and Ransom and daughter Lucy Ing. The collection also contains letters to Hawley from Presbyterian ministers and other church people...
Collection — Folder S2902
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed signed letters from Helen C. Augspurger, Ross F. Lockridge, Sr., V.L. Tatlock, J. William Ball and others in New Haven, Connecticut; Bloomington and Logansport, Indiana and other locations; programs schedules; and class records from some of the institutes ranging from 1948 to 1957 regarding the Institutes and arrangements.
Collection — Folder S388
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two copies of the speech entitled "White Caps in Southern Indiana," read before the Monroe County Historical Society, by H. C. Duncan. The typed manuscript is 19 pages. A penciled note on the first page of the onion-skin copy states: "Published in the Bloomington World Telegram, May 1945."White Caps were active in Indiana from 1857 until 1905 when Governor Winfield Taylor Durbin cracked down on illegal lynchings. Many former White Caps joined the Ku Klux...
Collection — Box 1
Collection — Folder S2015