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Jackson County (Ind.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Cordes letters

 Collection — Folder S2055
Identifier: S2055
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of letters sent to Albert Cordes from 1893-1896 by family members in southern Indiana and other cities nearby. Correspondents primarily wrote about family and daily life.

Blaze Robertson collection

 Collection — Folder S1125
Identifier: S1125
Scope and Contents There are twenty-two photocopied pages, some typed and some handwritten, in this collection. Charles Boswell wrote one page entitled "Reminiscences." Five pages list descendants but without any dates. Eight pages are excerpts from an 1813 diary by Mr. Robertson [first name unknown], and were typed by Ben H. Robertson, Distributing Company of Tacoma, Washington, during January 1958. The next seven pages are hand-written and give a history of the Robertson family. The last page, dated November 1,...

Joseph Griffin papers

 Collection — Folder S543
Identifier: S0543
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of official marriage and pension records and depositions from individuals and local, state and federal government in Indiana and Washington, D.C. ranging from 1860-1913 regarding the pension records of Joseph Griffin.

Old Fort Vallonia artist prints

 Collection — Folder S2444
Identifier: S2444
Scope and Contents This collection includes two half-fold card with Robert W. Shields' "artist's conception" pen sketch of Old Fort Vallonia printed on the front cover and a three paragraph history of the fort printed inside the card. The cards were given as dinner favors at an event sponsored by the Fort Vallonia Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution in May 1952.

Also included is an artist sketch of Fort Vallonia during 1812 by E. M. Cox.

Victor E. Bauermeister collection

 Collection — Folder S0080
Identifier: S0080
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a Photostat diary written primarily in German, with some English documents and letters. The cover sheet says, “Property of Victor Bauermeister, 1570 Wedeking Ave., Evansville, Indiana.” The Evergreen catalog entry says that the topics are “Church history” and “Lutheran Church” and the geography listings are “Indiana” and “Jackson County”. There are listings of names, Bible verses, letters, and legal notices mentioning Moses Joshua Bauermeister and the Rev. W....