Skip to main content

Ribbons

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:

Indianapolis light artillery ribbon

 Collection — Folder S1871
Identifier: S1871
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two items. The first is a ribbon showing pictures of the members of the Indianapolis Light Artillery, "The Jolly Beggars," with the place name and date "Omaha, June 13-20, 1892". The second item is a letter transmitting the ribbon and providing a brief personal history of Battery A of the Indiana State Militia.
Dates: 1892, 1957

Indianapolis Mechanical Institute collection

 Collection — Folder S1893
Identifier: S1983
Scope and Contents This collection includes a fabric ribbon from Indianapolis Mechanical Institute in Indianapolis, Indiana during June 1892 regarding first prize award.
Dates: 1892 June

John M. Conyers ephemera

 Collection — Folder S0292
Identifier: S0292
Scope and Contents This collection includes one sheet of paper, 7” x 9”, with 14 locks of hair, braided and unbraided, tied with colored ribbons presented to John M. Conyers on the day of his induction into Company G, 11th Regiment, on March 29, 1865 during the U.S. Civil War. The names of the women who contributed locks of their hair are handwritten in pencil.
Dates: 1865

Josephine B. Stayman collection

 Collection
Identifier: L240
Scope and Contents This collection includes papers, correspondence, newspaper clippings, advertisements, notes, cards, recipes, account book, diaries, postcards, photographs, and ribbons relating to Josephine Brown Stayman and her father Chalmers Brown, principally in Indianapolis, Marion County, indiana ranging from 1840 to 1967 regarding Indiana politics, civic societies and issues, and day to day events (diaries).
Dates: 1840-1967

Kirkpatrick family collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1948
Scope and Contents This collection includes materials collected by members of the Kirkpatrick family from 1860 to 1934. The collection is primarily correspondence from Captain Thomas Kirkpatrick of Kokomo, Indiana ranging from 1863 to 1888 regarding matters of the 13th Indiana Volunteer Infantry and also includes news clippings, cards, pressed flowers, ribbons, and a scrapbook.

There are also two land grants from 1849 issued to Francis O'Dowd for land in Winamac and in Indianapolis (OB103).
Dates: 1849-1934

Lockenour family photographs

 Collection — Folder SP150
Identifier: SP150
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs, including a large tintype, from Georgia Eva Lockenour in Indiana ranging from circa 1860 to 1969, regarding Lockemour, her life, and her family. The family photographs are unidentified. There is also a a name tag with ribbon for Lockenour with her DePauw graduation photograph from the 50 year class of 1919 reunion.
Dates: circa 1860-1969

Tara Cooper, Operation Desert Storm, Persian Gulf War collection

 Collection — Folder S2929
Identifier: S2929
Scope and Contents This collection includes six photocopied letters, Operation Desert Storm stickers, two posters, a newspaper clipping and yellow ribbon from Hancock County, Indiana celebrations during 1991. The letters in the collection are responses from a Valentine's Day card sent by Pat and Ron Underwood's granddaughter, Tara Cooper during the conflict.
Dates: 1991

"The Academy Girls," Franklin, Indiana scrapbook

 Collection — Volume V037
Identifier: V037
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a scrapbook from "The Academy Girls" (later the Old Academy Girls' Association) in Franklin, Indiana ranging from 1905 to 1923 regarding alumnae from "The Old Academy." The scrapbook was created by Martha Coleman Johnson, first secretary and treasurer of the organization, and subsequent secretary, Lena Sauer.
Dates: 1905-1923

The Indiana Weavers Guild collection

 Collection
Identifier: L569
Scope and Contents The collection contains mainly newsletters and correspondence from the Indiana Weavers Guild ranging from 1943 to 1992. Within the newsletters are instructions on how to create weaving patterns and designs. The newsletters also include weaving samples from members with information on how they were created. Also included are account ledgers, membership rolls, yearbooks, a History of the Guild (1943-1983), newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, woven ribbon and bookmarks, the President’s sash, meeting...
Dates: 1943-1992

Thomas Jackson collection

 Collection — Folder S0713
Identifier: S0713
Scope and Contents This collection contains original papers, letters, and booklets from Thomas Jackson ranging from 1855 to 1908. Folder two contains pension requests for Jackson and other veterans. There is a Grand Army of the Republic ribbon and a badge. The collection also includes an 8-page document narrates Lovell Harrison Rousseau’s raid into Alabama and Georgia.
Dates: 1855-1908