Mount Vernon (Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2218
Scope and Contents This collection includes a hand-drawn plat of Belleville, the section of Mount Vernon, Indiana laid out by David T. Kimball. The plat was signed by Kimball and William F. Phillips, the surveyor of Posey County, on November 1, 1849. It was presented in person by Kimball to Nathaniel J. Lord, Justice of the Peace of Essex County, Massachusetts, on December 18, 1849 to be his "voluntary act and deed," and was signed by Lord and certified by Ebenezer Shillaber, the clerk of the Court of Common...
Dates: 1849 -1870
Collection — Folder S2746
Scope and Contents This collection contains two photostat copies of the history of the First Presbyterian Church of Mt. Vernon, Indiana compiled by Jennie L. Wade, William Ruminer, C.H. Fullinwider, Otto C. Klein, and Lena Evertson and written circa 1937. The history includes information regarding the early ministers of the church; the names of charter members of the Young Ladies' Society, the Young People's Christian Endeavor society, the Dorcas Circle, and the Martha Hunter Guild; descriptions of the...
Dates: circa 1937-1938
Collection — Folder S2029
Scope and Contents This collection includes the photographs from Indiana Department of Natural Resources in Indiana ranging from 1967 and undated regarding state parks, nature sites and recreation areas, historic sites, landmarks, memorials, museums, and buildings around Indiana.
Dates: 1967, undated
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
Collection — Folder S2241
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of the program for the Posey County Water Pageant that took place in September 1916 to celebrate Indiana's centennial. The front cover of the program has the handwritten name and address of Dr. Numa N. Williams, a participant of the pageant. His daughter, Catherine, later added a few notations in pencil. The program was in an envelope with a May 1966 postmark from Fort Wayne and addressed to a Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carmony of Bloomington, Indiana. The return...