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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:

Noah Davis collection

 Collection — Folder S0341
Identifier: S0340
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of letters, articles, and photographs from the Davis family in Indiana ranging from 1851 to 1972 regarding famly life and business and the U.S. Civil War. There are also genealogical charts prepared by Julia Helen Davis Smith on October 31, 1972. Subjects of the photographs are family reunions and a G.A.R. convention. The articles contain information about medicines, women, temperance meetings, and a washing machine.
Dates: 1851-1972

Posey County collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1687
Scope and Contents The collection contains materials related to Posey County, Indiana, comprising copies of handwritten minutes and constitution of the Society of New Harmony Community of Equality, New Harmony, Indiana (1825-1826); a typed, translated copy of a February 1, 1837 letter from Prince Maximilian von Wied to Charles Lesueur of New Harmony, Indiana regarding a visit to New Harmon y in 1832-1833 (original at Indiana Historical Society); a handwritten letter from W.H. Watkins in New Harmony to A.M....
Dates: 1825-1959

Richmond mastodon dig photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP001
Identifier: SP001
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs, a postcard, and an unpublished article written by journalist Jack Cejnar from Indiana ranging from 1930 to 1933 regarding the archaeological discovery of a 10,000-year old mastodon skeleton known as the "Richmond mastodon". The photographs depict the bones, dig site, visitors, the head paleontologist, John T. Sanford, and Donovan Harper. Cejnar originally submitted the materials to the Young Catholic...
Dates: 1930-1933

Robert R. Engels collection

 Collection — Folder S2883
Identifier: S2883
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper articles, articles from periodicals, personal correspondence, poetry, and photographs ranging from 1922 to 1946 regarding the Izaak Walton League and its desire to return unproductive agricultural land within the Kankakee Marsh back to marshland.
Dates: 1922-1946

Samuel Craig papers

 File — Folder S310
Identifier: S0310
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, two official government forms and a newspaper article from Anita Stempel and Dieter Michels in Germany and France ranging from 1947-1948 regarding post-World War II life and World War II service.
Dates: 1947-48

Springfield Township, Franklin County, Indiana collection

 Collection — Folder S1113
Identifier: S1113
Scope and Contents This article explains how Springfield Township was set off from Brookville Township in Franklin County, Indiana, on May 12, 1817. There were two published sources used for this article, plus nine individuals. Mr. Ridenour gives the history of the first settlers, the churches, schools, organizations, and families. On page three, he wrote: "The metropolis of Springfield Township is Mount Carmel... founded in 1832." Of the nine schools in the township in 1882, five were still standing in 1966....
Dates: 1817-1966

Sylvia C. Hendricks articles

 Collection — Folder S2819
Identifier: S2819
Scope and Contents This collection includes two articles by Sylvia C. Hendricks on the center of population (COP) of the United States during the sixty years it was located in Indiana. The first article, clipped from Indianapolis Star Magazine for March 7, 1982, entitled "Indiana: 60 Years on Center," traces the COP as it moved from south of Greensburg (1890), to east of Columbus (1900), to Bloomington (1910), to Whitehall (1920), to Linton (1930), and finally to Carlisle (1940). The typed article,...
Dates: 1982/03/07

Walter E. Barton papers

Identifier: L252
Scope and Contents The collection contains Walter E. Barton’s articles and speeches including those for the Rigby Star describing the nation’s capital and others on the topic of taxation; legal briefs regarding cases Barton argued before the U.S. Supreme Court; and the manuscripts of his two memoirs, The Lost Heritage and In the Twilight of My Memory, as well as published copies. Also included is a photograph of...
Dates: 1912-1981

Washington County, Indiana collection

 Collection — Folder S276
Identifier: S0276
Scope and Contents Oliver Q. Trueblood wrote this four-page typed article, which was published in the Republican Leader, Salem, Indiana, on October 30, 1931.
Dates: 1931

Westminster Presbyterian Church articles

 Collection — Folder S2743
Identifier: S2743
Scope and Contents This collection includes photostat articles clipped from unknown newspapers. One has the column headline "Presbyterian Church Pastor" and is undated; the other has a headline reading "The Presbyterian House of Worship" and is dated Wednesday, June 12, 1935.

A photostat history dating from 1814-1939 includes an order of worship for the 125th anniversary of Westminster Presbyterian Church. It also lists ministers, elders, deacons (1814-1939) and trustees (1900-1939).
Dates: 1935-1939