Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S609
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of the specifications for the building of the Gibson County Courthouse in Princeton,Indiana in 1841, a letter asking for clarification for specifications and suggestions for painting the courthouse signed by Barlow & Ames, a listing for the full cost to build the courthouse, a bill from E.W. Wilkerson regarding masonry work, and bills for plastering, bricks, painting, sundries, rough rock, and glazing for the courthouse.
Collection — Folder S1666
Scope and Contents This collection includes a blotting paper with an advertisement for Fleming and Snow, druggists and booksellers of Princeton, Indiana from the 1880s and a print of a sketch by J. B. Westbrook of Robert Mitchell's residence that was located one and one half miles north of Princeton from circa 1870-1890.
Dates: circa 1870-1890
Collection — Folder S871
Scope and Contents This collection includes three letters, two from John McCoy in Knox County, Indiana and a third from William McCoy in Princeton, Indiana, ranging from 1801 to 1835. The first letter, written by John McCoy to his mother and brother, Sarah and Robert McCoy, in Pendleton County, Virginia on February 17, 1801 concerning his famiy's welfare, religion, the birth of his sons, local weather, and farming. Another letter, written by John McCoy on Octover 26, 1811 regarding his health, military life...
Scope and Contents This collection contains typewritten copies and newspaper clippings of "Over My Shoulder", a column written by Louise Embree for the Princeton Publishing Company, publisher of the Princeton Clarion-News and Princeton Daily Democrat newspapers. Featured in the newspapers from September 29, 1945 to August 13, 1946, the articles chronicled the people, social customs, civic achievements and historical happenings of...
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographic prints and negatives of postcards from Lowell Nussbaum in Indiana ranging from circa 1910 to 1930s regarding Indianapolis buildings, street scenes and surrounding Indiana cities.
Dates: circa 1910-1930s
Scope and Contents This collection consists of business, political, and personal papers of Elisha, James T., David F., and Lucius Embree ranging from 1800 to 1930. Elisha Embree's papers include receipts, accounts, land indentures, and other financial papers relating to his land and business interests; correspondence regarding his legal business in Princeton, Evansville, and other southwestern Indiana towns, including retained copies of Embree's letters and correspondence of his partners Samuel Hall and Charles...
Collection — Folder B073
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of material donated by the Princeton Public Library in Princeton, Indiana, including song lyrics from 1853 to 1869 and undated, and the meeting minutes of the Washingtonian Temperance Society meeting minutes from 1844 to 1849. The bulk of the collection consists of copies of the record book of the Gibson County Horticultural and Agricultural Society. The records include the constitution and articles of association dated September 19, 1857, and the meeting...
Collection — Folder S0976
Scope and Contents This collection contains an October 27, 1926 handwritten letter sent by Ruth Wade Mood to Dr. Sidney C. Hoffman of Indianapolis, Indiana and written on her husband's business letterhead for Motion Picture Outfits for School, Church and Farm Bureau. The letter was sent along with an August 1, 1913 promissory note signed by Hoffman who agreed to pay Virgil Mood $25.00 by August 1, 1915. Mood's letter asks if the note "slipped" his memory and that they had "lost so much in the tornado." This...
Collection — Folder S1936
Scope and Contents This collection includes twenty five calling cards and invitations given to Sarah "Sallie" P. Walker and William L. Dorsey of Princeton, Indiana (1848-1857). The bulk of the calling cards contain short notes requesting the company of the recipient to attend social events in the community. The collection also includes the minutes kept by Mr. Dorsey regarding an August 11, 1864 "Rebel Raid Meeting" of the citizens of Princeton and vicinity for the purpose of organizing a company to protect...