Michigan City (Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
New York Central and South Shore Line railroads photographic slides
Collection — Folder SP040
Scope and Contents This collection includes 33, 35mm slides in Indiana circa 1950s of locomotives of the New York Central Railroad, photographed by Dr. S. D. Marty, and the South Shore Line Railroad, photographed by Paul Meyer.
Dates: circa 1950
Paper currency collection
Scope and Contents This collection contains fractional currency, interest bearing notes, and other forms of paper currency of various denominations, ranging from 1807 to 1863). The bulk of the collection contains state bank notes, both circulated and uncirculated, from Indiana during the "Free Banking Era" (1837-1863). The collection also includes bank notes from Connecticut, Michigan, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia (1835-1863); United States issued currency (1830-1863); a certificate of deposit...
Dates: 1807-1949, undated
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Paper currency collection
William W. Higgins correspondence
Collection — Folder S655
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from William W. Higgins to his parents in Michigan City, Indiana, ranging from 1836 to 1838.
William Woodward letters
Collection — Folder S1453
Scope and Contents This collection consists of twenty four letters written by William Woodward from September 1847 to September 1848 and sent to family members in Middletown, Connecticut and New York. The first two letters were written from Buffalo, New York and Cleveland, Ohio and describe his travels by railroad, steamer, and stage to Michigan City, Indiana. The bulk of the letters were sent from Michigan City and mention his health, the weather, business activities, economic conditions, and social life and...
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / William Woodward letters
Women's Prison and Girls' Reformatory collection
Collection — Folder 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...