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Pendleton (Ind.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Indiana state prisons photograph collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: P075
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs, most likely from the Indiana Department of Correction, in Indiana ranging from circa 1930 to circa 1955, regarding buildings, facilities, prisoners, corrections staff and administration, and prison life in Indiana State Prison in Michigan City; Indiana Reformatory in Jeffersonville; Indiana State Farm in Putnam County; Indiana Women's Prison in Indianapolis; and unidentified prisons. Most of the photographs appear to have come from a...
Dates: circa 1930-1955

Lyle Cason papers

 Collection — Folder S238
Identifier: S0238
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed document from Lyle Cason in Pendleton, Indiana regarding accounts payable.
Dates: circa 1906-1970

Madison County collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S2086
Scope and Contents This collection contains several typewritten transcriptions of items related to Madison County, Indiana, including a February 4, 1846 letter sent to Washington and Catherine Allen in Lake County from Harrison and Jane Allen and postmarked from Alexandria; excerpts of newspaper clippings ranging from 1882 to 1883 from a scrapbook that belonged to Willard Makepeace of Chesterfield; a circa 1885 advertisement card for the Magic Pill Co. with Gid D. Searle, Druggist, Anderson, Indiana stamped on...
Dates: 1846-1952

Thomas Silver collection

Identifier: L143
Scope and Contents The collection contains Thomas Silver’s personal correspondence, receipts, accounts, daybook, deeds, and other business papers related to his store, ranging from 1828 to 1866. Also included are accounts with wholesale merchants in Cincinnati and Philadelphia, and receipts, accounts, and business papers for Pendleton merchant and brother William Silver.
Dates: 1828-1866

William A. White letter

 Collection — Folder S1395
Identifier: S1395
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typewritten transcription of a September 22, 1843 letter written by William A. White at Newcastle, Indiana and published in the October 13, 1843 edition of The Liberator, a Boston abolitionist newspaper founded by William Lloyd Garrison. The letter is addressed to "Dear Friend" and relates what happened when a mob assaulted White, Frederick Douglass, George Bradburn, and others at an anti-slavery meeting in Pendleton,...
Dates: 1843-1911