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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:

William Henry Harrison home collection

 Collection — Folder S272
Identifier: S0272
Scope and Contents Arthur R. Cochran, of the Vincennes Sun Commercial, wrote this four-page article. The Indianapolis News used some of Mr. Cochran's information for its article published on Wednesday, July 27, 1949. The Francis Vigo Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution began in Vincennes in 1908 with thirteen charter members, and had 230 in 1949 when this article was written. They became interested in preserving the William Henry Harrison home in 1910, and, after many years of work...
Dates: 1949

Willis B. Stewart papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S2452
Scope and Contents This collection contains handwritten speeches and other writings by Dr. Willis B. Stewart ranging from 1899 to 1927 and undated. Topics include good health practices, specific diseases, sociology, eugenics, ethics and citizenship. Titles include "Grip," "Prescriptions," "Some Socialogical Observations," "A Study of Secondary Sex Characteristics," Miscegenation, or Race Decadence," "Law and Crime," and "The Minister and the Sick."...
Dates: 1899-1927, undated

Women's Prison and Girls' Reformatory collection

 Collection — Folder S0278
Identifier: S0278
Scope and Contents This collection includes six copies of the same manuscript, written in 1902, by Rhoda M. Coffin, 3232 Groveland Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.Mrs. Coffin tells about her work in preaching the Gospel along with her husband, Charles F. Coffin, in jails, workhouses, and prisons throughout the country, beginning in 1865. In the winter of 1868, Indiana Governor Conrad Baker asked her and Charles to visit the prisons at Michigan City and Jeffersonville, and make a private report to him. As a...
Dates: 1902