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New Harmony (Ind.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:

Arcada Balz collection

 Collection
Identifier: L009
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence, notes, articles, and other materials from Arcada Balz in Indiana ranging from 1928 to 1959, relating to the following organizations: the Indiana Federation of Women’s Cubs, New Harmony Memorial Commission, and the Fauntleroy House (1934–1964). The collection also contains papers relating to her work in the Indiana Senate, family correspondence, and her genealogical research. There is also a paper on the Edworthalean Society, a woman’s club in...
Dates: 1928-1959

C. B. Johnson papers

 Collection — Folder S725
Identifier: S0725
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from C. B. Johnson in New Harmony, Indiana on 1872/07/01 regarding destruction caused by armyworms and locusts.
Dates: 1872/07/01

Caroline Dale Snedeker collection

 Collection — Folder S1214
Identifier: S1214
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of the preface to a diary from Caroline Dale Snedeker regarding Donald MacDonald and New Harmony, Indiana.
Dates: 1937

Charles Alexandre Lesueur collection

 Collection — Folder S0825
Identifier: S0825
Scope and Contents This collection includes a March 22, 1837 letter written by Charles Alexandre Lesueur and sent from New Orleans, Louisiana to William Augustus Twigg at New Harmony, Indiana. In the letter Lesueur mentions that he is returning a nine hundred dollar note to be kept in trust until his return or to be used for William's wife and children in the event of his death. He also mentions that the banks in New Orleans were in dire straits and that a Mr. Nicolet was dead. The letter was written in French...
Dates: 1830, 1837/03/22

Daniel F. Griffin collection

 Collection
Identifier: L060
Scope and Contents The collection includes 44 original Civil War letters from Griffin to his wife, Mary Compton, in New Albany, Indiana, and Photostat family letters from before the war. The collection also includes typed transcripts of 277 of his Civil War letters to his wife, as well as a notebook containing notes on regimental accounts and several hand drawn maps.
Dates: 1847-1883

Early Indiana photographic slides

 Collection — Folder SP038
Identifier: SP038
Scope and Contents This collection includes 35mm slides in Indiana circa 1950s regarding people, such as Father Pierre Gibault, Little Turtle, Tecumseh, William Henry Harrison, George Rapp, Robert Owen, Oliver P. Morton, James Whitcomb Riley, and Levi Cotton, and places like Vincennes, Corydon, New Harmony, and Indianapolis, significant to early history of Indiana.
Dates: circa 1950s

Flora Gardiner Kling collection

 Collection
Identifier: L344
Scope and Contents The collection includes letters to Kling, principally from the period 1900-1935, from writers, poets, illustrators, and musicians responding to her letters about their work, and to her requests for examples of their bookplates; correspondence regarding her collection of bookplates, particularly with other bookplate collectors; and her bookplate collection.Correspondence included:Louis Adamic, George Ade, Ambrose Bierce, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, Richard Harding Davis,...
Dates: 1886-1938

Frederick Rapp letter

 Collection — Folder S1096
Identifier: S1096
Scope and Contents This one photocopied letter, the original of which is in the Chicago Historical Society's collection, is three pages, handwritten, plus the envelope which makes four pages. Frederick Rapp wrote to Mr. William Young, No. 10 South 3rd Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on June 27, 1823. He began his letter thus: "After a short and pleasant voyage down the Ohio River, I arrived here on the 12th in good health among my friends, whom I found generally well and as glad to see me as I was to see...
Dates: 1823

Harry D. Hartley collection

 Collection
Identifier: L273
Scope and Contents The collection includes Harry D. Hartley’s correspondence and papers regarding his family’s property (1925–1940), particularly property in Kokomo, Howard County, Indianak, which was leased for an A and P grocery store in 1930. Also included is correspondence pertaining to his proposed book on the contributions of Hoosiers to the development of the United States and western civilization (1939–1951), and letters relating to an Indianapolis talk given by Arthur E. Morgan on his investigations into...
Dates: 1925-1951

Homer Fauntleroy home photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP027
Identifier: SP027
Scope and Contents This collection includes 6 photographs taken by Homer Fauntleroy in New Harmony, Indiana ranging from circa 1910 to 1923 regarding the interior of the Fauntleroy home. One photograph shows his sister, Mary Emily Fauntleroy reading.
Dates: circa 1910-1923