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Lawyers

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:

Charles T. Williams papers

 Collection
Identifier: L177
Scope and Contents This collection contains 7 volumes of letter books and account books of Charles T. Williams. The volumes include correspondence, receipts, and copies of papers filed in the Marion County Probate Court (1897-1930). Also included are estate papers for the Hightshoe (1900-1917) and Hanes (1900-1924) families, abstracts of title and a survey report (1911-1918), and a personal letter sent to Mr. William Bosson from Clara S. Hope dated February 24, 1931.
Dates: 1897-1931

Crime and law photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP120
Identifier: SP120
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs from Indiana and the United States, related to various crimes, criminals, and legal cases, such as a lawsuits between demolition companies and various criminal trials, ranging from 1921 to 1980 and undated. There are images of 3 members of the Reno Gang, Bonnie and Clyde, and several Hoosier criminals from the 20th century, as well as an FBI criminal "wanted notice" of car thief Fred Bowen (1938) sent to ...
Dates: 1921-1980, undated

Curtis G. Shake oral history

 Collection
Identifier: OH015

Cyrus C. Hines collection

 Collection
Identifier: L070
Scope and Contents The collection consists principally of records of the Mars Hill and Indianapolis Gravel Road Company and the Bluff Creek Gravel Road Company, for both of which Hines served as an officer. Included are the companies' articles of association, minutes of meetings, correspondence, receipts, accounts, contracts, and officer election results (1861-1871). Also included are receipts and accounts for Hines' personal and family expenses.
Dates: 1865-1873

Dan Quayle portrait

 Collection — Folder OBC202
Identifier: OBC202
Scope and Contents This collection contains a portrait of Dan Quayle from circa 1977 to 1980.
Dates: circa 1977-1980

Daniel D. Pratt collection

 Collection
Identifier: L128
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of Daniel D. Pratt’s legal and political papers from the period 1831 to 1877. His legal papers include correspondence, briefs, legal and financial documents, and notes regarding his cases in Logansport and northern Indiana, including both criminal and civil cases. The collection also contains papers regarding collection of debts for eastern law firms and papers related to the settlement of the estate of Senator John Tipton. Additionally, there are...
Dates: 1816-1901

David W. Henry collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: L067
Scope and Contents The collection contains a letterbook with family and business correspondence for the years 1898 to 1900 from David W. Henry. The letters are not arranged chronologically in the book. There are also two lectures/articles written by Henry.

Some of the correspondents are George M. Allen, W. T. Durbin, Charles W. Fairbanks, David N. Foster, J. Frank Hanly, and J. A. Hemenway.
Dates: 1898-1925, bulk 1898-1900

Edgar D. Whitcomb collection

 Collection
Identifier: L442
Scope and Contents This collection includes reel-to-reel audio tapes from a television panel discussion show, entitled "Report from the State House," produced at WTTV, Channel 4 and hosted by Mike Ungersma. The panelists include Edgar D. Whitcomb, Nelson Rockefeller and other politicians and educators in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1971 to 1972 regarding Indiana politics and education.
Dates: 1971-1972

Fred S. Purnell portrait engraving

 Collection — Folder B052
Identifier: B052
Scope and Contents This collection contains a portrait engraving of Fred S. Purnell from the 20th century.
Dates: 20th century

George S. Rainey collection

 Collection
Identifier: L381
Scope and Contents The majority of the collection consists of typescripts of George S. Rainey’s various writings and cassette tapes. In addition to his longer works, "Open Day" and "They Stood Up," a number of shorter works and essay are included. Much of what Rainey wrote is based on his own experiences and beliefs. “A Garrulous Hillbilly” appears to be autobiographical. The cassettes hold recordings of Rainey reciting chapters from his own work as well as speeches and stories by Elbert Hubbard and R. G....
Dates: 1918-1982