Autobiographies -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1168
Collection — Folder S869
Scope and Contents This collection includes a discharge certificate, a catalogue of flags carried by Indiana regiments in the Mexican, Civil, and Spanish-American wars, and a typed autobiography from David I. McCormick in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1898 to 1929, regarding personal reminiscences, family history, Owen County, politics, the Civil War, and the Spanish-American War.
Collection — Folder S1353
Collection — Folder S1751
Collection — Folder S1215
Scope and Contents There are two items in this collection: (1) Autobiography of John Alfred Snook (original and photocopy), and (2) letter to Louise Rebecca Rarick of Bloomington, Indiana, from "Aunt Floss" (Flossie Nina Bellinger), Poughkeepsie, N.Y. The autobiography consists of nine typed pages, beginning in the year of John's birth (1857) and ending in 1944 on page 8, with the last half of page 8 and page 9 written by one of his daughters. She gives her father's death date of December 9, 1950. The letter to...
Collection — Folder S2670
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of an autobiography written by Laura Clarinda Bammerlin Hall and titled "This is My Life." Dated March 9, 1960 and written at the request of her daughter Violet Hall Perkins, Mrs. Hall included information about her parents and grandparents, her marriages, and childhood memories of living in Alabama. The autobiography includes a preface written by her daughter.
Collection — Folder S0239
Collection — Folder S0857
Scope and Contents This collection contains a May 16, 1924 handwritten letter by Louis L. Ludlow sent from Washington, D.C. to Howard M. Staunton, an attorney in Indianapolis. In the letter Ludlow lets Staunton know that he is sending him a copy of his new book From Cornfield to Press Gallery.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection — Folder S1979
Scope and Contents This collection includes one item from Ronald Woodward in Wabash County from 1979 regarding Wabash County Historical Society, including an autobiography of Nathan Macy, article on Captain J.H. Fountian, and diary portions of Newton Fowler.