Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 1115 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of the papers of the Brookville and Metamora Hydraulic Company from 1836 to 1944. Documents relating to physical facilities are specifications for locks, canals, surveys, and plats (some blue prints) of canal property. Business papers include a charter, articles of association, stock certificates, minutes of the Brookville and Metamora Hydraulic Company, legal documents pertaining to a court action against the Big Four Railway Company, and affidavit, deeds, contracts,...
Collection — Folder S998
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters, commercial greeting cards, checks, tax forms,ration books, post cards and commercial invitations from many people in various locations, including Indiana ranging from 1839 to 1951 regarding family and business matters. Letter dated November 16, 1845 is in oversize folder (OBC091) and is fragmented.
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of autographed, signed and typed letters from John William Summers in Washington, D.C.; Mary C. Hill in Valeene, Indiana; John Russell and Hazel Stone in Indiana; Washington, D.C. and Dallas, Texas; George G. and Vada M. Summers and Meda Windell in Louisville, Kentucky and Miami, Florida; and Benjamin Eugene Burgess in the Philippines and Japan; ranging from circa 1902-1946 regarding family matters and military service during World War II.
Collection — Folder S1327
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters written to Burton Alva Konkle from James Denny, as well as his wife, ranging from 1880 to 1883 regarding teaching positions and everyday life experiences, including political beliefs.
Collection — Folder S725
Collection — Folder S669
Collection — Folder S1436
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies copies of autographed, signed letters in ink from the C. H. Black Manufacturing Company. Most of the letters are replies to potential customers asking about certain wagons which C. H. Black can build for them. A letter written on February 26, to "The Supply World, New York City," states that they do not want to place any advertisements at the price quoted, but would place an ad for $50 a year. A letter written December 17 to a doctor informs him that "We...
Collection — Folder S2679
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed signed letter from C. L. Armstrong in Indianapolis, Indiana on 1864/09/04 regarding family life, the war, his desire to have his wife return from her visit to her parents and the arrest of Harrison H. Dodd, Order of American Knights, in Indianapolis and his incarceration in an iron cage at the soldier's home.
Collection — Folder S475