Judges -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters, notes, clippings, and other papers from Herbert L. Heller in Indiana ranging from 1867 to 1950, including notes for his dissertation on the education of African Americans in Indiana during the 19th century, a volume of lecture notes with pasted illustrations on art history, English history, and literature from 1867, and miscellaneous primary source materials he collected during historical research on education and religion in Indiana. The documents...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection contains an autobiography and speeches written by Isaac Naylor; correspondence, legal documents and other papers; and historical sketches written by Isaac Naylor primarily about early life in Indiana and the Battle of Tippecanoe. There are also some papers of Andrew Jennings Hay, Naylor’s son-in-law, and Andrew Paxton Hay, Andrew Jennings’ father.
Dates: 1814-1888, undated
Scope and Contents This collection includes study drawings for the murals and stained glass windows within the Indiana State Library and Historical Building from J. Scott Williams in New York City, New York ranging from 1930 to 1932.
Dates: circa 1930-1934
Collection — Folder S0284
Scope and Contents The collection contains a typescript of an article by James Collins on the origin of the Indianapolis Juvenile Court as well as a number of printed pamphlets of speeches and articles by Collins. All the materials deal with the justice system, primarily the probation system that Collins first instituted in the Indianapolis city court.
Dates: 1909-1931, undated
Collection — Folder S0676
Scope and Contents The collection contains letters to Jesse Lynch Holman as President of the Aurora Bible Association and reports of various churches to the Laughery Association of Baptists, ranging from 1824 to 1841. Recipients other than Holman are men who served as clerk to the Laughery Association
Dates: 1824-1841, undated
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents The bulk of the collection consists of photostat copies of John B. Niles’ correspondence ranging from 1837 to 1902, regarding his legal practice. There is some correspondence regarding the Indiana Medical College and a number of letters between Niles and his father-in-law, William Polke. There are also several original documents included in the collection, which are described below.
Collection — Folder S865
Scope and Contents This collection includes a newspaper clipping of Kate Milner Rabb's column, "A Hoosier Listening Post," in the Indianapolis Star on October 13, 1934 regarding a letter from John McClelland of Eastport, Ohio, written December 11, 1839 to his brother, Beattie McClelland in Winchester, Indiana, concerning business, financial concerns, family matters, and other personal news.
Collection — Folder S1298
Scope and Contents This collection contains a letter from a librarian to Ansel Wold in Washington, D.C., on June 21, 1944, regarding John Test. The letter is accompanied by a biography about John Test written by his son, Charles H. Test.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence with Joseph H. Shea (1890–1918, bulk 1916) relating to Democratic politics, his time served as U.S. Ambassador to Chile, and general topics. Included are photographs and various printed material. Additionally, the collection contains one folder relating to Julia Shea’s papers (1921–1959). Noted correspondents include Harry S. New and John W. Kern.
Collection — Folder S0443
Scope and Contents The collection contains volume seven of a literary journal created by Louis B. Ewbank. The handwritten title page reads, in part: “Excelsior” Literary Journal, Guilford, August 6, 1886, devoted to the interests of the Guilford Literary Society, Louis B. Ewbank, Edito