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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:

Schreyer family letters

 Collection — Folder S1149
Identifier: S1149
Scope and Contents This collection contains copies of typed transcriptions of three letters sent and received by Johann and Margaret Schreyer. The letters were written in German and translated into English by Miss Thekia Sack. The first letter was written by Johann and sent on June 22, 1846 to his sister-in-law and brother-in-law in Haag, Germany. He shares his experiences and observations about living in America and writes about farming, trades, politics, and social life. The second letter, written September 22,...
Dates: 1846-1886

Subordinate Union Club of Indiana collection

 Collection — Folder S2613
Identifier: S2613
Scope and Contents This collection includes a charter for the Subordinate Union Club No. 6 issued by the Subordinate Union Club of Indiana in Indianapolis, dated June 16, 1862, authorizing present officers and members in Illinois to “do and perform all and every such acts and things appertaining to the U.C. organization, as have been and ought to be done for the safety and support of the Union...” The document has a handwritten notation at the top from J. H. Oakwood on May 29, 1890. There is also a transcript...
Dates: 1862-1863

Timothy S. Smith collection

 Collection — Folder S2465
Identifier: S2465
Scope and Contents This collection contains two mimographed copies of a typewritten transcription of Missionary Abominations Unmasked, or, A View of Carey Mission, Containing an Unmasking of the Missionary Abominations, Practised Among the Indians of the St. Joseph Country, at the Celebrated Missionary Establishment, Known as Carey Mission, Under the Superintendence of the Rev. Isaac McCoy by Timothy S. Smith. Copyright secured by Smith in 1833 while he was living in Royalton,...
Dates: 1833

Vincennes University oral histories

 Collection
Identifier: OH058
Scope and Contents This collection contains 23 transcripts from oral history interviews with various residents of Vincennes, Indiana conducted by Thomas Krasean for Vinncennes University. Topics covered include family lineage, early Vincennes, childhood, teaching methods and policies in Indiana, the local African American community, and Prohibition.

Note: Page 21 of the Mabel Purcell Clark transcript is missing.
Dates: 1971-1973

Wabash Carnegie Public Library oral history transcripts

 Collection
Identifier: OH033
Scope and Contents This collection contains oral history transcripts of interviews with 45 individuals, conducted by George Dingledy for the Wabash Carnegie Public Library Oral History Project ranging from 1971 to 1986, regarding their lives and the history of Wabash, Indiana and the surrounding area.
Dates: 1971-1986

Walter D. Myers, Sr. oral history

 Collection
Identifier: OH016
Scope and Contents The collection contains the reel-to-reel tape and transcript of interviews with Walter D. Myers, Sr. conducted by Randall Jehs on December 14, 1970 and January 20, 1971. In the first interview (p. 1-40), Myers discusses why he entered the political arena, his experiences as an attorney for the city and state and city departments, Thomas Taggart, the Federal Reserve Act, his involvement in the American Legion, the Warner Brothers company, Stought Fletcher, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jim Farley,...
Dates: 1970/12/04, 1971/01/20

Walter E. Barton oral history

 Collection
Identifier: OH017
Scope and Contents The collection contains 3 copies of a transcript, 5 cassette tapes, and a reel-to-reel audiotape of interviews conducted with Walter E. Barton by Jerry Handfield as part of the Indiana State Library Oral History Project on November 6 and December 21, 1978 and June 4, 1981. There are also clippings and papers from 1965 to 1982.During the first interview, Barton discusses his family heritage and Kentucky; childhood and chores; education and travel in the West; law practice, taxes, and...
Dates: 1978;1981

WAMW/WFML Radio, Edward C. Faith interview

 Collection — Folder OH007
Identifier: OH007
Scope and Contents This collection contains a transcript and a rough draft of an interview of Edward C. Faith in 1955 It was transferred from 78 records at the WAMW and WFML radio stations in Washington, Indiana on May 22, 1966. In the interview, Faith discusses life in Daviess County in the late 19th century, including such topics as log cabins, wedding, travel, sports, and transportation.
Dates: 1966/05/22

WBAA and WFBM radio programs collection

 Collection — Folder S2456
Identifier: S2456
Scope and Contents This collection contains two copies of a September 15, 1944 circular letter sent to "Dear Friend" from Jim Miles, program director of Purdue University's radio station, WBAA. Each letter included a copy of the station's Monday through Saturday revised program schedule, with School of the Air programs noted with astericks. The collection also includes a copy of the transcript of a tribute to President Franklin D. Roosevelt that was prepared by Booth...
Dates: 1944-1945

William A. White letter

 Collection — Folder S1395
Identifier: S1395
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typewritten transcription of a September 22, 1843 letter written by William A. White at Newcastle, Indiana and published in the October 13, 1843 edition of The Liberator, a Boston abolitionist newspaper founded by William Lloyd Garrison. The letter is addressed to "Dear Friend" and relates what happened when a mob assaulted White, Frederick Douglass, George Bradburn, and others at an anti-slavery meeting in Pendleton,...
Dates: 1843-1911