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Art

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Ambrose P. Stanton letter

 Collection — Folder S1833
Identifier: S1833
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a letter written by Ambrose Stanton as Treasurer of the Indianapolis Art Association regarding the purchase of a piece by an Indianapolis artist.

"Famous American Indians" sheet

 Collection — Folder S3428
Identifier: S3428
Scope and Contents This collection contains a sheet entitled "Famous American Indians". On it, there are colorful portraits of several Native Americans from different tribes. On the reverse, there are two columns: "Title" and "Author". Its use is unknown.

George Winter artwork photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP042
Identifier: SP042
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographic slides and prints of paintings and sketches from artist George Winter in Indiana, created during 1837-1840s, ranging from circa 1940 to 1982 regarding landscapes, portraits, and Native Americans and their way of life.

Indiana Federation of Art Clubs art survey

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1566
Scope and Contents This collection is divided into three folders thus: Folder 1, A-F; Folder 2, G-P; and Folder 3: R-W. Each folders contains the two-page survey forms sent to the Indiana Federation of Art Clubs from public libraries in Indiana. The only document with a date is a letter from the Fayette County Federated Clubs, dated March 29, 1929, which informs Mrs. F. J. Sheehan, Gary, Indiana, that they have "431 prints of famous pictures" in their public library. None of the surveys is dated. The survey...

Indiana Federation of Art Clubs collection

 Collection
Identifier: L498
Scope and Contents This collection includes papers, ribbons, photographs, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings from the Indiana Federation of Art Clubs in Indiana ranging from 1928 to 2002 regarding the club's activities as well as various art organizations and events.

Indianapolis Public Library Hilton U. Brown Branch oral history transcripts

 Collection
Identifier: OH008
Scope and Contents This collection contains transcripts of oral history interviews with residents of Irvington, once a town in Marion County, and now a neighborhood in Indianapolis, Indiana, ranging from 1978 to 1987. The interviews were conducted primarily by Lois Leamon and others for Indianapolis Public Library, Hilton U. Brown Branch's Irvington Oral History Project. The transcripts include historical information about the town-cum-neighborhood and the people who lived there.

Kurt F. Pantzer collection

 Collection
Identifier: L593
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed and photocopied political papers and typed and autographed and signed correspondence (circa 1940-1970s and undated) relating to Pantzer's involvement in state and national Republican Party politics, and especially party finances, presidential campaigns of Robert Taft (1947-1952), Barry Goldwater (1964), and Richard M. Nixon (1968, 1972), support for Supreme Court appointment of Sherman Minton, involvement with foreign affairs organizations, including American...

Library Art Club of Indiana collection

 Collection — Folder S1606
Identifier: S1606
Scope and Contents This collection includes lists of exhibits with notations of where they were sent from the Library Art Club of Indiana in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1916 to 1917 regarding the small exhibits on nature, industrial and fine arts sent to members of the organizaiton, namely Indiana libraries.

Mary Ann Michna artwork slides

 Collection — Folder S0764
Identifier: S0764
Scope and Contents This collection contains five slides of artwork by Mary Ann Michna ranging from 1985 to 1993. The artwork photographed includes Rabbit Costume, Running, Rodeo #1, Rodeo #2, and Friends of Foster P. Johnson.

Mrs. Edward Alexander collection

 Collection — Folder S013
Identifier: S0013
Scope and Contents This collection contains two items. The first item is a receipt from the Western Prince Baking Powder Company dated July 11, 1892. It states that the purchaser, Alvie Alexander, will soon receive the dozen cans of baking powder that she ordered, and that she has been placed on a list to receive her free bicycle. The second item is a letter from the Indianapolis Portrait Co. to an unknown recipient on July 5, 1906, which states when an ordered picture will be delivered to the household.