Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1129
Scope and Contents The certificate of ownership which Crown Hill Cemetery gave to Frederick M. Robinson was photocopied front and back, thus making four papers. One paper is just the deed cover sheet. The certificate itself requires two pages for the top half and for the lower half. The fourth sheet is a list of the rules and regulations to which lot owners are subject. Mr. Robinson paid $100.00 for Lot 107 in Section 25, containing 288 "superficial feet." The certificate, dated March 20, 1897, was...
Collection — Folder SP070
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs of Richard Jordan Gatling's tomb in Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana and his invention the Gatling gun taken by the Indiana Department of Conservation in March 1964. There is also the front page of the February 7, 1874 issue of Scientific American, which features the Gatling gun.
Dates: 1874/02/07; 1964
Collection — Folder S130
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs, photographic postcards, and glass plate negatives from Bertha B. Johnston, Alma Turner Moore, and Beatrice J. Johnston in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1871 to 1934 and undated, regarding the Johnston, Moore, Turner, and James families and their daily lives. There are also a few other items including: an Otis Turner's Attractions advertising sheet; an article titled "The Great Birthday Party" which includes photographs by Clyde T. Moore; and a...
Dates: 1871-1934, undated
Collection — Folder S3337
Scope and Contents This collection includes items pertaining to Robert Sanford Foster, including a three-page, typed biography by Nikki Schofield for the Sons of Union Veterans program at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana on May 27, 2013; a copy of a photograph of Foster in his Union uniform; a plot map of section 15, lot 11 of Crown Hill Cemetery showing the place of internment for the Foster family; two lot internment orders for Clarence M. Foster (1930) and Mary Roberts Foster (1934); and copies of...