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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Raymond Miles letter

 Collection — Folder S952
Identifier: S0952
Scope and Contents The collection contains one typed letter, dated January 27, 1948, written by Albert Raymond Miles to Miss Caroline Dunn of the Smith Memorial Library in Indianapolis, Indiana regarding a donation of a book.
Dates: 1949/07/27

Carl H. Bratton correspondence

 Collection — Folder S1826
Identifier: S1826
Scope and Contents This collection includes two items of correspondence between the Indiana State Library and Carl H. Bratton. The first item, dated October 10, 1836, is a copy of a letter sent to Mr. Bratton requesting copies of the three songs he composed. The second item is Bratton's October 24, 1936 handwritten response.
Dates: 1936/10

Esther U. McNitt and M. L. Moon letter

 Collection — Folder S3150
Identifier: S3150
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed letter from Esther Uhl McNitt in Indianapolis, Indiana to M. L. Moon in 1925. McNitt says she has heard through a mutual acquaintance, Kate Milner Rabb, that Moon was in possession of an almanac from 1751. McNitt encourages its donation to the Indiana State Library. At the bottom of the letter is Moon's handwritten response saying he is willing to donate the item and suggests Mrs. Rabb could handle the transmittal of the item.
Dates: 1925

George Teal, Washington National Monument Society certificate

 Collection — Folder S1289
Identifier: S1289
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a certificate from the Washington National Monument Society circa 1848, indicating that George Teal contributed one dollar to help erect the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. and his membership to the society. The certificate was signed by Zachary Taylor, president of the society.
Dates: circa 1848

Mary Studebaker letter

 Collection — Folder S1492
Identifier: S1492
Scope and Contents This collection includes a two-page typewritten letter by Mary E. Studebaker of Indianapolis, Indiana to Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Scott of Camp Koch in Troy, Indiana. Dated August 6, 1951, the letter expresses Studebaker's enjoyment regarding her visit to the camp and offers her ideas and wishes for helping the children. She also inquires about needed donations and offers her admiration for the Scotts and the counselors for the work they were doing at the camp.
Dates: 1951/08/06