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Terre Haute (Ind.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:

Terre Haute Rifles, Indiana Legion minute book

 Collection — Folder S2051
Identifier: S2051
Scope and Contents This collection includes the minute book for the Terre Haute Rifles of the Indiana Legion containing entries ranging from 1889 to 1901. The meetings included discussions regarding drilling, rifle practice, parade invitations, drill contests, dances, theatrical fundraising ventures, and other social affairs. Other matters recorded include disciplinary matters, discharges from service and arrests. In March of 1894, "Resolutions of Respect" were declared and recorded for Private George Taylor upon...
Dates: 1889-1901

Thomas Dowling collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S0372
Scope and Contents The collection of 50 items includes letters regarding the operation and finances of the Wabash and Erie Canal (1850-1854); correspondence with Daniel W. Voorhees regarding a disagreement over a railroad lawsuit (1873); reports on expenditures of New Albany and Terre Haute schools (1868); bids and bills for construction of a building in Terre Haute (1864); and other business papers. Among the correspondents were Charles Butler, John Dowling, and Daniel W. Voorhees. The documents are all...
Dates: 1833-1874

Union Rifles Company collection

 Collection — Folder S1785
Identifier: S1785
Scope and Contents This collection includes several documents of the Union Rifles Company of Terre Haute, Indiana, including a list of men who paid $25.00 and signed the constitution of the Union Rifles and those that had paid but had not signed (November 1861); receipts for payments made to John H. Barr, Rufus St. John, J. N. Silverthorn, and J. M. McCosky (December 1861); and a muster roll listing 3 officers, 9 non-commissioned officers, and 58 privates (circa 1862).
Dates: 1861-1862

Vigo County drawings and prints

 Collection — Folder OB118
Identifier: OB118
Scope and Contents This collection contains 2 prints of Fort Harrison in 1812, a drawing of the Indiana State Teachers College from 7th Street by Charles D. Wendholt, and a black and white print of a covered bridge signed "V.E.B. 1971".
Dates: 1848-1971

Vigo County, Indiana collection

 Collection — Folder S2363
Identifier: S2363
Scope and Contents This collection includes three items related to Vigo County, Indiana: an undated advertisement for C. D. Hansel's mill (the old Markle mill) in North Terre Haute; the top section of the letter head from the Hotel Deming from the 1920s when Thomas Callen was the vice president and general manager; and an undated copy of a print depicting how Fort Harrison looked in 1812.
Dates: circa 1920, undated

"Vigo County Politics since the War" manuscript

 Collection — Volume V286
Identifier: V286
Scope and Contents The "Vigo County Politics since the War" manuscript was created by J. A. Willison, a druggist in Terre Haute, Indiana. It includes a review of political contests in the county since the close of the Civil War to 1893.
Dates: 1865-1893

Walter O. Shriner collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: G-067
Scope and Contents This collection includes genealogical research and correspondence from Walter O. Shriner in Indiana ranging from 1914 to 1978 regarding the Shriner, Cuppy and other allied families.
Dates: 1914-1978

William B. Tuell papers

Identifier: L466
Scope and Contents This collection includes receipts, deeds, checks, bank drafts, mortgage papers, correspondence, daybooks, ledgers, blotters, accounts receivable and other papers from William B. Tuell and others in Terre Haute, Indiana and elsewhere ranging from 1822 to 1901 regarding dry goods store operation and disposal of Tuell's estate.
Dates: 1822-1901

Woods family letters

 Collection — Folder S3325
Identifier: S3325
Scope and Contents This collection includes two letters from Eva and Thomas Wood of Arkansas to C. F. Turner in Terre Haute, Indiana in 1934 regarding family illnesses, and the fact they are moving back to Camden, Arkansas, and Thomas's job at a furniture factory.
Dates: 1934