Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 597 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder SP019
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Agnes McCulloch Hanna in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1929 to 1930, regarding houses of prominent residents, club houses, and architcure constructed in the mid- and late 19th century in present-day Indianapolis neighborhoods, including the Old Northside, Near North, St. Joseph, Irvington, Fletcher Place, and Bates-Hendricks.
Dates: 1929-1930, undated
Agreement on the Establishment of Sister State Relations Between the State of Indiana, The United States of America and The Prefecture of Tochigi, Japan collection
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection includes the July 16, 1999 agreement between Governor Frank O'Bannon and Governor Fumio Watanabe in English and Japanese as well as a handmade wooden box by artist, Osamu Watanabe, possibly created during 1998-1999. Osamu attended the Tochigi Prefectural School of Ceramics in Mashiko and later established a studio in New York City during 1978.
Scope and Contents The collection consists largely of Beveridge’s correspondence with John C. Shaffer, publisher of the Chicago Evening Post and the Indianapolis Star and president of a syndicate owning the Indianapolis street railways. Included are letters from Beveridge as Shaffer’s lawyer handling the dissolution of the Indianapolis street railways syndicate (1893) and letters on personal and political matters (1897-1914). The collection also includes Beveridge’s manuscript for...
Dates: 1893-1926, bulk 1893-1914
Collection — Folder S1458
Collection — Folder S1752
Scope and Contents This collection includes an 8-page, typewritten letter written by Albert Sahm on June 28, 1934 and sent to Miss Esther U. McNitt at the Indiana State Library regarding his reminiscences of Ft. Wayne Avenue in Indianapolis, Indiana. The collection also contains two copies, one handwritten and one typewritten, of Sahm's "Reminiscences of Ft. Wayne Ave Continued." Accompanying the letter are a map of the intersection of Walnut and Delaware Streets and Ft. Wayne Avenue and 6 clippings of Kate...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection consists principally of Aletha Grace Hawk's letters to her family in Indianapolis, Indiana from Washington D.C. and Europe ranging from 1918 to 1919, describing her work with the American Red Cross and as a volunteer working with wounded servicemen at Walter Reed Hospital, as well as her travels through France, Switzerland, Belgium, and Germany. The collection also includes Hawk's 1921 letter describing the visit of Marshall Ferdinand Foch to Indianapolis, two letters sent to her...
Collection — Folder S0641
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from and received by Alexander Heron in Brookville, Indiana, and Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1870 to 1900 regarding the Indiana State Board of Agriculture as well as personal correspondence.
Collection — Folder S0978
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of a January 21, 1975 typewritten letter sent by Dr. Alexander M. Moore, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Supervision of the Indianapolis Public Schools, to Blake Ress of Shelbyville High School (Indiana). In the letter Dr. Moore sends his regrets that he is unable to attend the dedication of the high school gymnasium in honor of 1947 graduate Bill Garrett, but expresses his deep respect for Garrett and praises him as a "man who lived up to the...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes original and photocopied documents from Alexis Coquillard (1795-1855) in South Bend, Indiana ranging from 1795-1840 regarding business matters, contracts and lists of merchandise, an original diary from Alexis Coquillard (1825-1890) in 1849 written on a journey to California in 1849, and typed stories as told to Mary C. Coquillard regarding pioneers.
Collection — Folder S270
Scope and Contents This collection contains three diaries. Volume 1 begins on January 8, 1867. Volume 2, which begins August 1, 1867, has the last written page cut out. Volume 3 begins on April 1, 1868. All three diaries were written while Ms. Cobb was a student at the Baptist Institute in Indianapolis.