American poetry -- 19th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection consists of letters, poems, receipts, invitations, and legal documents ranging from 1827 to 1930. Correspondents include family members, including her son who is part of the 158th Indiana Regiment during the Spanish-American War (1898), as well as various families from Montgomery County.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents There are three files in this collection. The first folder had family documents from 1874 through 1943. Bluford Richardson, supervisor on road work in Johnson County, kept a list of men who worked on the road, how many days, and how much they were paid, in 1874. In 1928, Lewis and his wife Hesper purchased property in Johnson County. The birth certificate of their daughter, Carolyn Dianne Richardson, born January 21, 1943, in also in the first folder. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge #317...
Collection — Folder S2207
Scope and Contents This collection contains items collected by Mary Jane Brown and Merle North Brown and includes a page and back cover of a scrapbook with newspaper clippings of the obituaries of Frank W. Brown (1886), Arrianna White Brown (1890) and Mrs. Louisa Huston (1902); a 1905-1906 program booklet of the Cary Club of Milton, Indiana; a copy of a typewritten resolution of Milton Chapter No. 303, Order of the Eastern Star regarding the death of Mrs. Martha North (January, 1916); newspaper clippings...
Scope and Contents This collection includes minutes and treasurers' reports; copies of the round table newsletter; letters from Poets' Study Club of Terre Haute and members; bulletins for the Indiana State Federation of Poetry Clubs; writings by Lillian Robertson Beck and miscellaneous papers and publications in Terre Haute and Crawfordsville, Indiana and elsewhere in the United States ranging from 1939-1976 regarding poetry, hymnody and writing.
Collection — Folder S737
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed and signed letters from Robert Underwood Johnson in New York City, New York ranging from 1897 to 1931 regarding the literary business; a typed, signed letter from Albert H. Dotaw in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1924 regarding Robert Underwood Johnson's autobiography, and an autographed, unsigned poem, undated.
Collection — Folder S2003
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed, mimeographed, typeset and autographed poems, correspondence and reminiscences from Tucker W. Taylor; addresses and medical papers from James H. Taylor and medical students in Greencastle, Indiana and Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1870-1904 regarding poetry, publishing, family life and medical diseases and practice.
Collection — Folder S0219
Scope and Contents This collection includes ten letters from Will Carleton in Brooklyn, New York to Horatio King in Washington, D.C. and to Reverend Frederick E. Hopkins in Hamstead, Long Island, New York and Bridgeport, Connecticut, and one letter from Chauncey M. DePew to Rev. Hopkins ranging from 1883 to 1897 regarding concerning speaking engagements, traveling, printed circulars, and attending praryer meetings.
Collection — Folder S2188
Scope and Contents This collection is one small, lined notebook with 48 pages. Mr. Johnson gives measurements for furniture as well as ingredients for stains and varnishes. On pages 38 and 39, he made drawings of what appear to be bunk beds and window seats under decorative window frames. On pages 20 and 21, he wrote a poem entitled "Lilly Dale." Pages 31 to 33 list 19 "General Explanations" for the work done. On page 35 is his poem "Departed Friends," followed on page 36 by his poem "Marian." Two short poems are...