Indiana -- Local history -- 19th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — OH059
Collection — Folder S415
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters; telegrams; advertising; and business forms from various sources in Indiana, Minnesota, and Ohio ranging from 1833 to 1935 regarding personal and business matters.
Collection — Folder S309
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters in English and German, newspaper articles and an issue of the "Ford Times" from Evelyn May Craig; the Honorable Wm. A. Holman; Filomena Gould; John Macdonald; Susan M. Ostrom; and Wayne Guthrie in Indiana; Toronto; Canada; and Washington, D.C., ranging from 1882 to regarding legislative business, a family tree, local history and personal achievements.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of notebooks on Shelby County history and genealogy, including copies of newspaper stories and reminiscences on Shelby County in the 19th century. The collection also contains a published map titled Shelbyville Indiana Wards and Precincts (ca. 1937), a published plat book titled Plat Book of Shelby County, Indiana, Keyes Map Service, Peru, Indiana (ca. 1932), and a hand-drawn map titled Original Town of Shelbyville believed to be drawn by Abel Cole, a county...
Collection — Folder S0957
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of typewritten transcriptions of "A Primitive History of Hendricks County" articles by an "Old Settler" printed in the Hendricks County Union from from May to August, 1864. The collection also contains photocopies of the typewritten transcription of the speech "Centennial Educational Sketch of Hendricks County, Indiana" read by J.A.C. Dobson on July 4, 1876 and printed in the Danville Union on December 21, 1876.
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, business, court, government and legal documents, and a typed copy of records of the Henry County Female Anti-Slavery Society ranging from 1830-1935 regarding deeds, invoices, titles, taxes, library books, and organizational business.
Collection — Folder S2189
Scope and Contents John Hewitt Jones wrote his biography, which is typed on seven long sheets. There are original documents and letters from 1793 through 1878. Several sheets give passenger names with their embarkation and destination on various riverboat trips. A document on blue paper, dated August 22, 1851, records resolutions for establishing the Rising Sun Wesleyan Seminary. In an envelope, hand-written diary pages and typed partial pages give historic information about Rising Sun from 1880 through 1887. ...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Folder one includes an 8-page mimeographed copy of "Biographies and Recollections of Early Settlers of Jennings County". Biographies included are of Thomas Pool; Darius Robinson; William Sage; Adam Brower; William Johnson; and William T. Scott.Also included is a 3-page mimeographed copy of "The Early History of Jennings County", by Hiram Prather; a 9 page mimeographed copy of a play about John Vawter of Vernon, Indiana; and a 3 page mimeographed copy of a document titled "State...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Folder one includes a 10-page typed carbon copy of "Early Churches of Johnson County", written by Faye Deputy Walters for the November 1938 meeting of the Daughters of the Union. Faye was the granddaughter of Joseph B. Deputy, Civil War veteran, 27th Regiment, Indiana Infantry Volunteers, Company H.Folder two includes 2 items. Item one is a 2-page copy of the financial report for the 1943 Johnson County Free Fair. The second item is a bound school record book of attendance records...
Collection — Folder S1190
Scope and Contents This collection includes one diary from Mary Jennison Simpson in Indiana ranging from 1882-1883 regarding family life, neighbors, visits with family in Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and other parts of Indiana, church, and other aspects of daily life.