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Newspaper articles

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 126 Collections and/or Records:

Newspapers collection

 Collection — Folder S1631
Identifier: S1631
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, lists, and newspaper clippings ranging from 1930 to 1951 regarding Indiana newspapers and Indiana history, including 1931 letters about the early American Eagle newspaper published in Paoli, Indiana; a list of newspapers with circulation numbers from 1934 to 1944; an article published in the Indianapolis Star on November 4, 1951, is entitled "Where The Spirit of the Lord Is, There Is Liberty," explaining the newspaper's changing motto; and numerous...
Dates: 1930-1951

"Old Settlers of Wayne County" newspaper articles

 Collection — Folder S1937
Identifier: S1937
Scope and Contents This collection includes typescripts of "Old Settlers of Wayne County," a series of articles that ran in the Richmond Palladium from July 26, 1860 to January 31, 1861. The series consisted of 18 articles and the collection has all but the 9th article that ran in the October 18, 1860 issue of the newspaper. The typescripts include edit marks in pencil.
Dates: 1860-1861

Olga Mae Schiemann collection

 Collection — Folder S1140
Identifier: S1140
Scope and Contents This collection includes a 14-page manuscript entitled "Roads Across Old Bailly Town," a paper written by Olga Mae Schiemann and read before the Duneland Historical Scoiety of Chesterton, Indiana on September, 20, 1951, concerning the settlement of Baillytown, Indiana in Porter County. There is also a newspaper clipping from the Chesterton Tribune on September 27, 1951 about Schiemann's talk at the historical society and a letter from Schiemann to the Indiana State Library about the donation of...
Dates: 1951

Orphan trains collection

 Collection — Folder S2895
Identifier: S2895
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, and an annual report from Annette R. Fry in New York, New York regarding various people who were relocated from New York City to Indiana on the orphan trains run by the Children's Aid Society of New York City.
Dates: 1971-1972

Phelix Adair papers

 Collection — Folder S003
Identifier: S0003
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed copies of newspaper articles from Phelix Adair in Madison, Indiana ranging from 1883 to 1910 regarding the Madison band in the Battle of Shiloh, history of industries along the Crooked Creek Valley, and William H. Rahe's service, as a young boy, to Colonel August Willich's German regiment during the American Civil War.
Dates: 1883-1910, undated

Ralph E. McAdams scrapbook

 Collection — Volume V244
Identifier: V244
Scope and Contents This is a scrapbook created by Ralph E. McAdams in 1982 and 1983. It contains primarily newspaper clippings from local Indianapolis and Indiana news and events as well as national news.
Dates: 1982-1983

Ralph W. Stark collection

 Collection — Folder S1239
Identifier: S1239
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a typed article from the Lebanon Weekly Patriot about the start of the Spanish-American War in April, 1898 and the meetings held in Lebanon, Boone County, Indiana to enlist volunteers for two companies for Indiana regiments.
Dates: 1898

"Remember Maine!" collage

 Collection — Folder B088
Identifier: B088
Scope and Contents This collection contains one collage of reproductions of a political cartoon surrounded by newspaper articles. It is entitled "Remember Maine!" and is about the state of Maine receiving federal recovery funding during the Great Depression around 1934.
Dates: circa 1934

Reverend Thomas A. Long, "Recollections of Daviess County Methodists" collection

 Collection — Folder S2555
Identifier: S2555
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of articles written by Rev. Thomas A. Long and printed in the Washington Gazette (Ind.) from March 30 to June 1, 1897 under the title "Recollections of Daviess County Methodists." The series final article was to be Rev. Long's personal account of his life, but he passed away a few days before it was to be published. Included in the collection is this final article that was printed in the June 5, 1897 ...
Dates: 1897

Robert C. Enos scrapbook

 Collection — Folder S2445
Identifier: S2445
Scope and Contents This collection contains a scrapbook kept by Robert C. Enos while living at the Indiana State Soldiers’ Home in Lafayette, Indiana. The scrapbook has newspaper clipping ranging from 1898 to 1907 and undated regarding a variety of topics, including the population growth of Indiana and the United States, the origin of place names, the business center of Indianapolis during the 1850s and 1860s, and the Soldiers' Home. A number of the clippings are related to the Civil War and the 11th Indiana...
Dates: 1864-1907, undated