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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Camp Koch, Perry County photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP059
Identifier: SP059
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Camp Koch in Perry County, Indiana ranging from circa 1947 to 1950s regarding the campers--children with physical disabilities--and camp staff members, as well as views of the Ohio River and the camp's buildings and grounds.
Dates: circa 1940-1950s

Carlock family photographs

 Collection — Folder SP058
Identifier: SP058
Scope and Contents This collection includes 7 photographs from the Carlock family in North Manchester and Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1897 to 1905 regarding Daniel Carlock as a child and teenager posing and playing outside in goat-drawn carts and on bicycles and his father, Willis Carlock.
Dates: circa 1897-1905

Carr family photographs

 Collection — Folder SP060
Identifier: SP060
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from the Carr family in Indiana and unidentified locations, circa 1919 regarding unidentified people, buildings, and military servicemen aboard the USS President Grant (SP-3014).
Dates: circa 1919

Crawford family photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP023
Identifier: SP023
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from the Crawford and Dawson families in Indiana ranging from circa 1890s to 1910s, depicting portraits of children, young adults, and family groups, and snapsnots of family members, which include a couple of American soliders, probably around World War I.
Dates: circa 1890-1910s

Eloise Castetter papers

 Collection — Folder S2517
Identifier: S2517
Scope and Contents This collection consists of five documents written by Eloise Castetter on historical topics in Indiana ranging from 1973 to 1976, regarding the Indiana Boys' School and other facilities operated by the Indiana Department of Corrections near Plainfield Indiana including the Reception-Diagnostic Center and the Indiana Youth Center, as well as Hendricks County history.
Dates: 1973-1976

Ernestine Fisher papers

 Collection — Folder S466
Identifier: S0466
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed and commercially printed documents from Ernestine Fisher in Indiana from circa 1947 regarding children's plays and critiques.
Dates: 1947

Harry H. Coburn photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: SP032
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from Harry H. Coburn in Indianapolis and Greenfield, Indiana ranging from 1913 to 1927, regarding the impact of the 1913 flood on the White River and the surrounding areas, such as Riverside Park, near downtown Indianapolis; James Whitcomb Riley attending his final birthday celebration at the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis (October 7, 1915) and the parade at the the Riley celebration in Greenfield, Indiana (October, 1925); and events in Indianapolis during...
Dates: 1913-1927

Iris Baughman diary

 Collection — Folder S2530
Identifier: S2530
Scope and Contents This collection includes a small travel diary kept by Iris Baughman during her trip from her home in Rensselaer, Indiana to the St. Louis World's Fair in August 1904 when she was about 9 years old.
Dates: 1904 Aug.

James Whitcomb Riley small photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP050
Identifier: SP050
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs and illustrations in Indiana ranging from circa 1860 to circa 1930 regarding author James Whitcomb Riley, people and places associated with him, his dog "Lockerbie", and his works. There are also photographs from his funeral and statue dedication in Greenfield, Indiana
Dates: circa 1860-circa 1930

Jay, Starke and Parke County public schools photograph collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: P064
Scope and Contents This collection includes 18 poster-size boards of photographs, drawings, and maps from photographers and students in Starke, Jay, and Parke Counties in Indiana ranging from circa 1894 to 1904 regarding schools, students, teachers, superintendents, and everyday objects.
Dates: circa 1894-1904