Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection contains organizational records including administrative records, financial information, correspondence, reports, statistical data and maps, broadsides, pamphlets and periodicals, scrapbooks, photographs, and audiovisual materials from the American Lung Association of Central Indiana and its primary predecessor, the Marion County Tuberculosis Association, in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1903 to 1977 regarding the organizations' activities in the eradication of tuberculosis...
Collection — Folder SP059
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Camp Koch in Perry County, Indiana ranging from circa 1947 to 1950s regarding the campers--children with physical disabilities--and camp staff members, as well as views of the Ohio River and the camp's buildings and grounds.
Dates: circa 1940-circa 1950
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence; records and data; minutes and financial reports of board meetings; newspaper and magazine articles; programs from camp retreats and athletic programs; photographs; plaques; varsity letters; ribbons; nametags; athletic records; and scrapbooks from Indiana League of High School Girls' Athletic Associations on Indiana, ranging from 1922 to 1989, regarding girls' athletics programs and organization in high schools and junior high schools in Indiana, with...
Collection — Folder S1949
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a visitor's register of the Kingfisher Camp at Pine Hills in Montgomery County, Indiana with entries ranging from 1891 to 1903. The registry also has a small fabric United States flag with 34 stars in a circular pattern and has signatures written across the stripes with the date, 1881.
Collection — Folder S1492
Scope and Contents This collection includes a two-page typewritten letter by Mary E. Studebaker of Indianapolis, Indiana to Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Scott of Camp Koch at Troy, Indiana. Dated August 6, 1951, the letter expresses Ms. Studebaker's enjoyment regarding her visit to the camp and offers her ideas and wishes for helping the children. She also inquires about needed donations and offers her admiration for the Scotts and the counselors for the work they were doing at the camp.