Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Volume V279
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection contains the weather diary (copy) begun by Rapin Andrews in 1837. After his death in 1849, the diary was continued by an unknown individual. Locations for temperature readings were Gorham, Ontario County, New York (1837-1839) and Perry Township, Allen County, Indiana. Rapin recorded the temperature three times daily. He also noted wind speed and direction, and included notes about the overall conditions for that day. Occasionally, Andrews included other notes about recent...
Collection — Folder S690
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed carbon copy of a document from William L. Howard in Logansport, Indiana in 1937 regarding job placement of high school graduates and a typed transcript of a radio broadcast with Robert S. Richey and DeWitt S. Morgan in Indianapolis, Indiana on 1938/09/23 regarding vocational guidance and education.
Scope and Contents This collection includes documents and correspondence of William T. Wilson, Thomas H. Wilson, and Daniel D. Pratt. William T. Wilson's papers include account books from his law firm (1876-1898), his correspondence and legal documents (1875-1927), and legal depositions relating to the property of the Barron family of Logansport (1926-1927). Thomas H. Wilson's papers include account books, business correspondence and financial documents of the firm of Pollard and Wilson (1840-1850's), letters...
Collection — Folder S1465
Scope and Contents This collection includes 23 letters from Williamson Wright in Logansport and Indianapolis, Indiana, ranging from 1837 to 1865, including business correspondence from Wright's legal business, concerning his cases on Indian claims, roads, railroads, canals and canal lands; political correspondence regarding issues before the Indiana General Assembly, as well as Whig and Republican Party politics; and correspondence about his involvement with railroad companies.