Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder OBC180
Scope and Contents This collection contains one engraving created by A. H. Ritchie of the Ohio River from Hanover College in southern Indiana.
Dates: circa 1870
Collection — Folder S3496
Scope and Contents This collection contains a color engraving of a painting created by George Winter circa 1837-1852, depicting three Native Americans on the banks of the Wabash River in Indiana near Pelican Island. The engraving was printed by Jewett and Co. from the original painting, likely in the late 1800s, and produced expressly for "the ladies repository."
Dates: circa 1837-1850, undated
Collection — Folder OB238
Collection — Folder B051
Scope and Contents The collection consists largely of Maurice Clifford Townsend's speeches from 1936 to 1943. The 1936 speech was created during the gubernatorial campaign, the 1937-1941 speeches were made during his term in office and the 1943 speeches while he was an official of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Also included is a small amount of biographical material. There is also an oversize portrait of Townsend circa 1937-1941 (B065).An item-level description is available upon...
Collection — Folder OB116
Scope and Contents This collection comprises 6 prints of portraits of individuals from the United States. The original artwork was created between circa 1830 to 1934, while the prints were created later. Identified subjects in the portraits are as follows: composer Stephen Collins Foster (2 different paintings), Dr. Mary Angela Spink, architect Ithiel Town, entrepreneur Hugh J. McGowen, Abraham Lincoln, Robert K. Kyle (by artist Alexander Rosenfeld), and Lew Wallace.
Dates: circa 1830-1934, undated
Collection — Folder OB240
Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection — Folder OB239
Collection — Folder OBC201