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New Albany (Ind.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:

James C. Vanderbilt collection

Identifier: L547
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.
Dates: 1861-1868

John Coburn, "Two Military Picnics" reminiscences

 Collection — Folder S1778
Identifier: S1778
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typewritten copy of the U.S. Civil War reminiscences of General John Coburn titled, "Two Military Picnics: The Bloodless Battle of Pogue's Run and the Expected Massacre at New Abany and Jeffersonville, Ind." circa 1880s. Coburn begins his story with the following sentence: "I propose to relate some incidents that came under my observation while a soldier, and with which I had a personal connection." Though potentially serious, he refers to the events as "picnics"...
Dates: circa 1880s

John Huff papers

 Collection — Folder S698
Identifier: S0698
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.
Dates: 1925-1969

John Maine papers

 Collection — Folder S921
Identifier: S0921
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters and accounts of sales from B.P. Ethell and Company in New Orleans, Louisiana ranging from 1858/01/10 to 1858/04/24 regarding sales for John Maine of New Albany, Indiana.
Dates: 1853

Judge John Rowan collection

 Collection — Folder S1541
Identifier: S1541
Scope and Contents This collection contains seven photostats of letters and documents. The first document was written when John Rowan was a United States Senator, which was 1825-1831. However, there is no date on the hand-written document regarding the opinions of Judge Trimble. The second item is a letter to the Honorable Samuel L. Lathan, written from Washington on March 18, 1828, by John Rowan, recommending midshipman, Philip Thomas Trapnal. The third item records the minutes of a meeting held on December 8,...
Dates: 1828-1861

Mary L. Ewing diploma

 Collection — Folder OBC020
Identifier: OBC020
Scope and Contents The collection contains one diploma, awarded on February 9, 1895 by the New Albany Kindergarten and Primary Normal School to Mary L. Ewing. The diploma is signed by the president, secretary, and principal of the school and bears a white ribbon attached to the diploma by the gold seal of the normal school.
Dates: 1895/02/09

Monon Railroad centennial photographs

 Collection — Folder SP107
Identifier: SP107
Scope and Contents This collection contains black-and-white photographs taken by Foster Photos of the Monon Railroad centennial on July 30, 1947, which included a parade and ride on the Monon railroad to New Albany, Indiana.
Dates: 1947/07/30

New Albany American Legion band music books

Identifier: L331
Scope and Contents This collection contains a series of music books used by the New Albany American Legion marching band. There are two sets and each book is labeled for a different instrument. Song titles in the books include: "March-Blazing the Trail," "On the Picket Line," "Spirit of Peace," "Under the American Flag," "The Hague Conference," and "Florizel Overture." Books in the H-64 set are stamped with the name of the store where they were purchased, "H.H. Dreyer, New Albany, Indiana."
Dates: circa 1920s

New Albany, Indiana collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1662
Scope and Contents This collection includes a New Albany, Indiana mercantile record book, with financial standing and personal notes of over 1000 merchants compiled by the Mercantile Agency representative from 1867 to 1880. An index of the merchant's names accompanies the record book.The collection also includes a lithographic print of a drawing by George W Morrison of New Albany as seen from the hills below the city. The lithograph was created by T. Sinclair of Philadelphia and published by John R....
Dates: circa 1848-1970

New Albany steamboats collection

 Collection — Folder S0349
Identifier: S0349
Scope and Contents This collection includes undated documents and articles from different authors in Indiana regarding the history of steamboats, such as the Natchez, and their contstruction in New Albany, Indiana.
Dates: 1807-1929