New Albany (Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1536
Scope and Contents This collection consists of six items, beginning with "The Dying Drummer Boy" narrative by Joshua Burrows, New Albany, Indiana, published in the Indianapolis Journal on December 5, 1862. The four-page typed story tells about Jerry, a drummer boy from the 101st Indiana Regiment, who died of fever in Lebanon, Kentucky. Mr. Burrows served as his nurse, and wrote the story on November 25, 1862.The 2nd item is a two-sided, printed order No. 20 from Headquarters of the Fourth Army Corps...
Collection — Folder S1043
Scope and Contents The collection includes two letters from Indiana Representative Allen J. Payton written to his cousin, John D. Evans in New Albany, Indiana, ranging from February 27, 1889, to March 6, 1889, regarding the 1889 General Assembly Session.
Collection — Folder S2716
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed list from Bonnie Sloan Post #28 in New Albany, Indiana in 1947 regarding membership and 2 sheets of blank letterhead.
Collection — Folder S878
Scope and Contents The collection consists of four letters (1817-1820) and one personal account book (1824-1831) that belonged to Daniel McDaniel. The letters relate to a couple legal incidents, including ferry accident and an issue of a distress warrent, that occurred in New Albany, Indiana.
Collection — Folder OBC057
Collection — Folder S1756
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from Hildred Lapping Burgess in New Albany, Indiana in 1937 regarding the New Albany flood and family matters.
Scope and Contents This collection includes five volumes from Howard G. Walker ranging from 1996-1999 regarding 81st Indiana Regiment. These volumes include extracts of reports of time of battle by leaders, calender astronomical reports, records of correspondence, roster of volunteers, and collection of photographs of headstones.
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Civil War letters from James C. Vanderbilt to his mother and aunt in New Albany, Indiana, ranging from 1861 to 1868, written while serving in Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.
Collection — Folder S698
Scope and Contents This collection includes printed, typed, and autographed, signed letters and documents from various authors in New Albany, Indiana and elsewhere ranging from 1925 to 1969 and undated regarding family matters, genealogy, financial ledgers, and business contracts.
Collection — Folder S921