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Politicians

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 116 Collections and/or Records:

John B. Niles papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: L116
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.
Dates: 1837-1902

John L. Coburn collection

 Collection
Identifier: L034
Scope and Contents The collection includes 9 of John Coburn’s letter books rangin from 1879 to 1903, chiefly relating to his Indianapolis law practice, but also including letters on Republican Party politics, local civic activities, and Indiana history; correspondence regarding political appointments, and his work on banking and military affairs; other correspondence regarding politics; correspondence and financial papers relating to the settlement of the estate of Augustus Coburn, including papers relating to...
Dates: 1813-1904

John Rugenstein collection

 Collection
Identifier: L300
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials assembled by John Rugenstein regarding the presidential campaign of Wendell Willkie. Included in this collection is campaign memorabilia such as buttons, literature, poetry, postcards, music, stickers and phonograph records. Also included is the correspondence of the various state and local Willkie Clubs, founded in 1940 to promote and support Willkie in his campaign. These items are divided geographically. There is information on the national (Associated of...
Dates: 1879-1959

John S. Benham photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP055
Identifier: SP055
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs and ephemera of John S. Benham in Ripley County, Indiana ranging from 1906 to 1922 and undated regarding his teaching and political career, which include several group photographs of teachers and students, a group of workers with timber on two wagons, and a group of U.S. congressmen in Canada. There are also two cards promoting Benham for Congress.
Dates: 1906-1922, undated

John Upfold Pettit papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1058
Scope and Contents This collection includes original letters from John Upforld Pettit, ranging from 1840 to 1853, addressed to his brother, Milton Howard Pettit, including several while serving as American consul at Maranham, Brazil (1850-1853). Also included is Pettit's 1979 publication, "Answer to the Toast, The Old Psi Upsilon."

There are also newspapers, ranging from 1797 to 1865 (OBC062).
Dates: 1797-1879

John Worth Kern, Jr. portrait engraving

 Collection — Folder S3492
Identifier: S3492
Scope and Contents This collection contains a portrait engraving of John Worth Kern, Jr. from the 20th century.
Dates: 20th century

Joseph H. Shea collection

 Collection
Identifier: L141
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.
Dates: 1890-1959

Kenneth Noe, "Old Tippecanoe and the Historians: A Bibliographic Essay on William Henry Harrison" manuscript

 Collection — Folder S2301
Identifier: S2301
Scope and Contents This collection contains a copy of "Old Tippecanoe and the Historians: A Bibliographic Essay on William Henry Harrison," an unpublished seminar paper written by Kenneth W. Noe while a graduate student at the University of Illinois. The essay is 21 typewritten pages in length, with an additional 10 pages of bibliographic reference notes.
Dates: 1986

Lawrence M. Borst collection

 Collection
Identifier: L495
Scope and Contents The collection consists of papers collection by Lawrence Borst while serving in the Indiana House of Representatives and in the Indiana Senate. Materials collected during Borst’s service in the Indiana House primarily reflect his work with the Committee on the Affairs of Marion County and the Committee on Public Policy. Collectively, part one documents the formation of UNIGOV, unified government for Indianapolis and Marion County.The second series, consisting of materials from...
Dates: 1957-1985

"Leaders of the Democratic Party" newspaper clipping

 Collection — Folder OBD036
Identifier: OBD036
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a newspaper clipping portraying "Leaders of the Democratic Party" circa 1868, during the 1868 U.S. presidential election, depicting Horatio Seymour, Nathan Bedford Forrest, Raphael Semmes, and Wade Hampton III.
Dates: circa 1868