Switzerland County (Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S0357
Scope and Contents This collection includes an undated 11-page handwritten biography about Lucy Morerod Detraz by her niece or nephew in Indiana regarding Detraz and the history of Vevay, Switzerland Couny, Indiana.
Dates: circa 1903-1916
Collection — Folder S1697
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of the constitution of the Switzerland County Agricultural Society dated January 29, 1866 and signed by the organization's secretary Thomas H. Downey and a program for the May 11, 1933 commencement exercises from the common school graduates of Pleasant and Craig Townships.
Collection — Folder S0252
Item — Folder S262
Scope and Contents This certificate testifies to the good character of Walter Clark of Vevay, Switzerland County, Indiana. Signers were: John T. Deming, Ebenezer Stanton, Richard Dumont, William Cotts, John Francis Dufour, James McClure, A. B. Dumont, George Cross, H. B. Howell, Rawleigh Day, John B. Minola, William Paxton, Paxton W. Todd, Owen Todd, David McCormick, John Dumont, and Isaac Stanley. A few names could not be read. The men signed the certificate on December 31, 1816, and the court clerk, John...
Collection — Folder S1467
Scope and Contents This collection includes an account book from William M. Wycoff in Indiana from 1862 to 1875 regarding the estates of his father-in-law, Hugh Cole and his father, William Wycoff, both deceased, and farm accounts. There is also a blank school report card book, which belonged to Martha Reed and was printed by W.P. Levy & Co. in Madison, Indiana and a small advertisement for Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, used as a bookmark.
Scope and Contents This collection includes handwritten letters and envelopes from family members of William Shaw and wife, Linda Rous in Scotland and England ranging from 1827-1874 regarding family and life. Also included is one newspaper clipping and a copy of newspaper clipping written by Archibald Shaw.