Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1682-01
Scope and Contents The collection contains two items from Kosciusko County, Indiana, comprising a small advertising card for an attorney and land agent, James H. Carpenter, in Warsaw, Indiana and a two-page, typed letter from George A. Nye, a math teacher from Warsaw, Indiana to Christopher Coleman, the Indiana State Library director, circa 1917-1918, regarding the position offerred to Nye. The letter also lists the articles he wrote, mostly regarding Warsaw, in the preceding 25 years and makes mention of the...
Dates: circa 1870s-1918
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographic prints and negatives of postcards from Lowell Nussbaum in Indiana ranging from circa 1910 to 1930s regarding Indianapolis buildings, street scenes and surrounding Indiana cities.
Dates: circa 1910-1930s
Scope and Contents This collection includes 6 photograph albums and 3 scrapbooks, containing photographs, papers, pamphlets, postcards, souvenirs, currency, and ephemera, created by Betty Goodale Moody in Indiana, Florida, around the United States, Jordan, Israel, and Egypt, ranging from circa 1936 to 2015, regarding her personal and family life, friends, and travels within the United States and the Middle East. There are also miscellaneous photographs whose subjects were identified by Moody and her...
Dates: circa 1936-2015
Collection — Folder S0977
Scope and Contents The collection contains a three-page paper describing an 1860 Lincoln rally at Warsaw, Indiana. On September 25, 1860, Senora rode on a float in Warsaw, Indiana, twelve miles from Milford where she lived. Senora carried the white flag for New York, because that was the home state of her grandmother, Abigail Egbert. She and the other girls were told to stand up, when given a signal, and shout: “Rah for Lincoln and Hamlin.”Senora’s father, Dr. Edward Higbee, was a Republican, an...