Broad Ripple (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1792
Scope and Contents The collection contains one abstract tracing the ownership of what, in 1821, constituted land holdings of over 88 acres in the District of Brookvillle in Indiana. This tracing of land ownership reviews early residents of what is now Broad Ripple in Indianapolis. Family names mentioned are McKay, Colip (also Colop and various other spellings), Coil (also Coile and other spellings), Miller, Mustard and Ford. Much of the record follows the passing on of land among the descendants of Jacob Coil....
Collection — Folder S2714
Scope and Contents This collection includes meeting minutes from the Wellingtion Union Church in Broad Rippke, Indiana (now a neighborhood in Indianapolis) and an agreement between the church trustees and the trustees of the town of Broad Ripple ranging from July 27 to 29, 1899, regarding the transfer of land where the Union Church building once stood to the town of Broad Ripple, Indiana "for a town hall and park purposes."
Collection — Folder S1374
Scope and Contents This collection includes vehicle registrations from the State of Indiana ranging from 1927 to 1935. They are for two men: Elmer Watts, 824 Riviera Drive, Broad Ripple, and Oscar Watts, Carmel. Also included in this collection is a program for the Broad Ripple Mistrels Fall and Winter season 1931-1932 in the Broad Ripple neighborhood in Indianapolis, Indiana, which was put on "for the benefit of their relief fund." M. A. Klusmann drew the cover design of the booklet in 1931. His advertisement...
Collection — Folder S0039
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a typed letter to the town board of Broad Ripple from Peter Delello, an employee of J. H. Aufderheide and Company. The letter discuses the fixing of the sidewalk on 60th street at the intersection with College Avenue, which ran along his property.
Collection — Folder S2900
Scope and Contents The collection includes seven items, including an envelope from Cook Carriage Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, addressed to John W. Vanscyoe, Broad Ripple, Indiana, with date stamp of 1893; five advertisements, circa 1892, for a variety of horse drawn carriage models, including wagons, surries and carts; and one advertisement for horse whips.
Collection — Folder S0078
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a handwritten ledger of patients’ names and amounts owed, beginning date April 2, 1883 at Broad Ripple, Indiana, with entries ending Oct. 31, 1885. There are various newspaper clippings and other papers inserted between pages, including a gas bill for J. A. Bates, dated July 1, 1890.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the personal and business papers of the Van Scyoc and Shackelford families. This includes correspondence, school records, receipts, account books and ledgers, photographs, and other documents related to their interests.