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Pencil drawings

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Abraham Lincoln art collection

 Collection — Folder B014
Identifier: B014
Scope and Contents This collection contains art made in the image of Abraham Lincoln. One pencil drawing is signed "Sorensen."
Dates: 20th century

Charles G. Werner collection

 Collection
Identifier: L454
Scope and Contents This collection includes copies of political cartoon drawings from Charles G. Werner in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1963 to 1975 regarding Indianapolis Star political cartoon drawings.
Dates: 1963-1975

Christian Schrader collection

 Collection
Identifier: L573
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, pencil drawings, negatives, 35mm slides, and family photographs from Christian Schrader in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1842 to 1987, regarding Schrader’s family, friends, and early Indianapolis. Schrader includes rough dates for the subjects he depicts in the drawings, but many of them were created from his recollections later in life. There are also oversize drawings (OBE010).Negatives are available for most of the drawings. In...
Dates: 1842-1987

Corydon P. Pierce collection

 Collection — Folder S1062
Identifier: S1062
Scope and Contents The first letter, from Corydon P. Pierce is written on March 17, 1863, to his wife, Sarah Pierce, while camped near LaGrange, Tennessee. Corydon describes how he assisted Benjamin Case in digging up his brother Hiram's corpse, and transporting the body to a train. The second letter is written by Angie Glazier of Crown Pointe, Indiana, who was the niece of Corydon P. Pierce. She writes that her uncle was a prisoner in Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia, and died shortly after being released...
Dates: 1863

Drawing of young Abraham Lincoln

 Collection — Folder OB167
Identifier: OB167
Scope and Contents This collection contains one pencil drawing showing a young Abraham Lincoln in a school house with a map of Lincoln City, Indiana. The drawing is signed, but the artist's signature cannot be deciphered. It was marked for possible publication in February of 1945.
Dates: 1945 February

Edward D. Pierre collection

 Collection
Identifier: L611
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, pamphlets, clippings and other ephemera; architectural drawings and blueprints; photographs and photograph albums; scrapbooks and illustration boards from Edward D. Pierre and his architectural firms, Pierre and Wright and Edward D. Pierre and Associates, in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1925 to 1962. The materials cover a surfeit of topics such as Pierre's architectural projects and contests, including the Indiana State Library and Historical...
Dates: circa 1925-1962

Floyd D. Hopper artwork and papers

 Collection
Identifier: L463
Scope and Contents The collection is unique in that it includes his early works from his first time at the John Herron Art School (1929-1933) as well as personal journals Hopper kept listing the sales, exhibits, and loans of his artwork during a large portion of his career. The collection also includes exhibit programs and photographs of some of his later works.Oversize items include Hopper's design for a stained glass window to be placed in a library, the design of a library room, a charcoal drawing...
Dates: 1929-1980

Ignatius Brown papers

 Collection — Folder S1960
Identifier: S1960
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed poems and writings, pencil drawings and official documents from Ignatius Brown and others in Indiana, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee ranging from 1856 to 1861 and regarding life, Civil War Battles and a vessel clearance from port.
Dates: 1856-1861, undated

Indianapolis bird's eye view sketch

 Collection — Folder S3476
Identifier: S3476
Scope and Contents This collection contains one drawing of Indianapolis around 1846 featuring Washington Hall.
Dates: circa 1846

J. Scott Williams drawings

 Collection
Identifier: L624
Scope and Contents This collection includes study drawings for the murals and stained glass windows within the Indiana State Library and Historical Building from J. Scott Williams in New York City, New York ranging from 1930 to 1932.
Dates: circa 1930-1934