Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2718
Collection — Folder S708
Collection — Folder S031
Scope and Contents This collection includes materials ranging from 1928 to 1955 concerning Edgar "Ed" and Elmer Apperson and Apperson cars from Kokomo, Indiana, including typed articles from the South Bend Tribune on June 24, 1928, a mimeographed copy of the article "Ed Apperson and the Horseless Carriage" by Robert E. Pinkerton in True Magazine, March 1952, and a souvenir ticket for the dedication of Apperson Way in Kokomo on October 20-22, 1955.
Collection — Folder S0660
Collection — Folder S0559
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes two copies of the script for "Out of the Wilderness," a pageant staged on October 19, 1944 in the Grace Methodist Church auditorium in Kokomo, Indiana. The pageant includes six episodes that present the past, present and future of the church as told by "Eagerheart" to "Methodism."
Collection — Folder S431
Scope and Contents The collection includes Harry D. Hartley’s correspondence and papers regarding his family’s property (1925–1940), particularly property in Kokomo, Howard County, Indianak, which was leased for an A and P grocery store in 1930. Also included is correspondence pertaining to his proposed book on the contributions of Hoosiers to the development of the United States and western civilization (1939–1951), and letters relating to an Indianapolis talk given by Arthur E. Morgan on his investigations into...
Scope and Contents This collection includes Harry D. Smith's correspondence to and from his family, specifically his cousin, David C. Spraker (brother of Sarah Eva Spaker Smith), a prominent figure in the Kokomo, Indiana banking industry; family photographs, and one glass plate negative ranging from 1890 to 1950.
Collection — Folder S3290
Scope and Contents The collection consists of materials created by the Haynes Automobile Company in July 1928 to promote and commemorate the 28th anniversary of “the first trip of America’s first mechanically successful automobile” and the dedication of an historical marker to Elwood Haynes. The trip being commemorated was taken on Pumpkinvine Pike near Kokomo, Indiana.