Indianapolis (Ind.) -- Business, industries, and trades
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2651
Scope and Contents This collection includes a Christmas card postmarked December 20, 1924 and sent by the Allen A. Wilkinson Lumber Company of Indianapolis to the G. F. Osterhage Lumber Company of Freelandville, Indiana. The card and envelope each contain the company's logo.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection primarily consists of papers from 1947 to 1967 when the hotel was managed by W. Bryan Karr, and the hotel was affiliated with the National Hotel Company of Galveston, Texas. Included in the collection is Karr’s correspondence with the National Hotel Company staff regarding hotel finances, auditing procedures, supplies, and construction work. Also included are correspondence with hotel patrons, suppliers, advertisers, memos to hotel staff, and other hotel owners regarding hotel...
Collection — Folder S1400
Scope and Contents This collection includes a letter from D.W. Henry, a lawyer from Terre Haute, Indiana, to General and Mrs. Jesse M. Lee, residing in Manilla, Philippine Islands, regarding a book memorializing Colonel R. W. Thompson, dated December 22, 1906; a Chicago and South Eastern Railway Company letter dated October 29, 1895 from W.S. Parkhurst to railroad agents, regarding a September 14, 1892 tariff correction; a blank Defense Warden Application from the City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, a blank Certificate...
Scope and Contents This collection contains items from the George C. Cram Company ranging from 1845-1955 and includes a notebook with patent documents, images and specs (1845-1947); the booklet Trade-Marks, Trade-Names, Unfair Competition by the law offices of Linton, Kellogg, Robic and Bastien (1926); patent document for Arthur Schrenkeisen's globe (1920); correspondence regarding patent dispute (1935-1951); the National Map Company ledger (1916-1917); a company scrapbook with clippings, brochures,...
Collection — Folder S1789
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one advertising card for H. G. Young’s business dealing in hides, tallow, pelts and furs. The card appears to be soliciting different materials for his business, which is located in Indianapolis, Indiana. The card is from 1894 and is addressed to a Mr. John Markert (?) in Newton.
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.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes three ledgers from the Indianapolis Chain and Stamping Company. The first ledger includes invoices from September 1898-June 1899, the second from July 1899-December 1900, the third from November 1904-March 1905. Supply invoices from Clemens Vonnegut Hardware, Machinery and Tools, Tanner and Sullivan Tinner Suppliers, William B. Binford Engravers, Zaiser-Cathcart Company Seals and Rubber Stamps, as well as Crescent Steel Company can be found within the ledgers among...
Collection — Folder OBD047
Collection — Folder S1334
Scope and Contents There are five items in this collection, including a Quarter Master General account book from April 29, 1861-October 9, 1861; an envelope containing three business cards, one for J. H. Vajen, Hardware Merchant, and two alike for Joseph Curzon, Architect; letter dated July 15, 1961, to "My dear Vajen" from Oliver P. Morton, written from Washington, in which he enclosed "contracts and specifications from the quarter master for horses, wagons, ambulances, too"; a letter dated March 17, 1862, to...
Collection — Folder S1643