New Albany (Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2724
Scope and Contents The collection is one letter written by Whitelaw Reid on February 15, 1863, in which he declines the offer of the editorship of a proposed "loyal" newspaper to be published in New Albany, Indiana, for the reason of his being settled in or, as Reid put it, being a "fixture in the Gazette." He compliments the city of New Albany, although he realizes it is reliant on a Peace Democrat newspaper, and closes by saying: "If at any time I can be of service to you in the furtherance of your...
Collection — Folder S0326
Scope and Contents This 33-page typed manuscript is the property of Historic New Albany, Inc., whose president was Richard K. Stem. It was used to give a speech at some unknown occasion. The speaker and date are also unknown. All of the information for the speech was gathered from reading microfilm of old newspapers. The speaker stated: “What makes me most unhappy is that, with very few exceptions, I can only reveal Mr. Culbertson as he is interpreted by the press.” (Page 3)The first two pages give...