Culture -- Social aspects
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection, which dates from approximately 1900-1950, contains articles, manuscript drafts, and research notes of Logan Esarey. The collection consists of several unpublished chapters on politics and early Indiana state newspapers, Esarey's research and notes from the Indiana Journal and Senate Journal, as well as several essays on Jacksonian democracy in Indiana, the William Henry Harrison administration, and the Republican...
Dates: circa 1900-1950
Collection — Folder S1936
Scope and Contents This collection includes twenty five calling cards and invitations given to Sarah "Sallie" P. Walker and William L. Dorsey of Princeton, Indiana (1848-1857). The bulk of the calling cards contain short notes requesting the company of the recipient to attend social events in the community. The collection also includes the minutes kept by Mr. Dorsey regarding an August 11, 1864 "Rebel Raid Meeting" of the citizens of Princeton and vicinity for the purpose of organizing a company to protect...
Scope and Contents This collection includes invitations, calling cards, at home cards, and one dance card, many with the name John W. Blackledge, documenting aspects of social life and events in and around Indianapolis, Indiana, ranging from 1881 to 1923. The materials are diverse, comprising tickets to graduations, wedding announcements, and invitations to teas, dances, dinner parties, weddings, and anniversary parties, among other items. The collection in and around Indianapolis, Indiana.