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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 189 Collections and/or Records:

Indiana and Illinois boundary collection

 Collection — Folder S1490
Identifier: S1490
Scope and Contents This collection contains photostats of letters copied from the General Land Office (GLO) records regarding the building of a monument at Lake Michigan to mark the Indiana-Illinois boundary line. Ranging from 1834 to 1838, the correspondence includes the following: Elijah Hayward, commissioner of the GLO, to Secretary of the Treasury R.B. (Roger B.) Taney - June 3, 1834; J.M.M. (John M. Moore), chief clerk of the GLO, to Surveyor General Micajah T. Williams at Cincinnati - September 29, 1834;...
Dates: 1834-1838, undated

Indiana Civilian Conservation Corps camp map

 File — Folder OBC152
Identifier: OBC152
Scope and Contents This collection includes one hand-drawn map of the Indiana Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Angola, Indiana created by Lieutenant Carl A. Vollrath, circa 1941.
Dates: 1941

Indiana Civilian Conservation Corps camps collection

 Collection — Folder S1499
Identifier: S1499
Scope and Contents Note This collection includes a typed original and carbon copy document from Headquarters Indiana-Kentucky District, Civilian Conservation Corps, Office of the Commanding Officer in Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, October 13, 1941, regarding cities in Indiana in which the camps were located.
Dates: 1941

"Indiana days" proclamation

 Collection — Folder OBC223
Identifier: OBC223
Scope and Contents This collection contains one proclamation declaring August 17 and 18, 1964 as "Indiana Days" during the New York World's Fair by the Mayor of New York City.
Dates: 1964 August

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...
Dates: 1929

Indiana Landmarks mural flyer

 Collection — Folder S3452
Identifier: S3452
Scope and Contents This collection contains one flyer with an image of a mural by Garo Z. Antreasian labeled "Indiana Landmarks" created sometime during the 20th century. The reverse of the flyer is a legend to all of the landmarks illustrated.
Dates: 20th century

Indiana Museum Society, Inc. collection

 Collection — Folder S1579
Identifier: S1579
Scope and Contents This collection has newsletters, memos, a membership form, and a list of people who loaned material to the Indiana State Museum. The first newsletter by President John G. Biel tells about a collection of Indian artifacts donated to the Illinois State Museum because Indiana did not have a state museum. A document dated July 25, 1966, by the Indiana State Parks, gives a summary of collections donated to the state, beginning with David Dale Owen's rock collection about 1859. Civil War flags,...
Dates: 1959-1969

Indiana napkins collection

 Collection — Folder S1979
Identifier: S1979
Scope and Contents This collection includes two commercially printed paper napkins from Beach Products, Incorporated in Kalamazoo, Michigan during 1954 regarding commemorative shape of and information about Indiana.
Dates: 1954

Irene McDaniel scrapbook

 Collection — Folder S877
Identifier: S0877
Scope and Contents This collection includes one scrapbook, compiled by Irene McDaniel in 1963, regarding poems and newspaper clippings relating to Abraham Lincoln.
Dates: 1963

Irene Wasson Berry collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: G-115
Scope and Contents This collection includes genealogical research, correspondence, and copied publications from Irene Wasson Berry in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky ranging from 1880 to 1952 regarding the Wassson, Fleming and other allied families.
Dates: 1880 - 1952