Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder SP168
Scope and Contents This collection includes 4 black-and-white photographs taken at the dedication for the Charles Osborn historical plaque in Quakerdom Cemetery in Porter County, Indiana on September 28, 1958. The images most likely appeared in the July 1959 Indiana History Bulletin. A small group of African American girls sang at the event.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photograph album from Donald Barneclo in Indianapolis, Indiana; Bourges, Paris and other places in France, 1918-1919 regarding Indianapolis street scenes, Barneclo in uniform, sights in France during and after World War I, tickets from sightseeing and travel, a telegram, snapshots of other soldiers and military life, the battlefields in France, destruction from war, including the damge to Reims Cathedral, and casualties.There are also photographs from...
Dates: 1889-circa 1950
Collection — Folder SP172
Scope and Contents This collection contains 4 black-and-white photographs taken by Ed Johnson ranging from 1930 to circa 1933 in Illinois regarding the Offutt coper shop in Old Salem, Illinois where Abraham Lincoln studied at night and the graves of his father, Thomas Lincoln, his stepmother, Sarah Bush Lincoln, and his sweetheart, Ann Rutledge.
Dates: 1930, undated
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs and a few clippings and pamphlets from Frank M. Hohenberger in Indiana and Kentucky ranging from 1916 to 1935 and undated regarding landscapes, nature scenes in state parks and other locations, local buildings, houses of important figures, historic sites, and some people.
Dates: 1916-1935, undated
Collection — Folder S1129
Scope and Contents The certificate of ownership which Crown Hill Cemetery gave to Frederick M. Robinson was photocopied front and back, thus making four papers. One paper is just the deed cover sheet. The certificate itself requires two pages for the top half and for the lower half. The fourth sheet is a list of the rules and regulations to which lot owners are subject. Mr. Robinson paid $100.00 for Lot 107 in Section 25, containing 288 "superficial feet." The certificate, dated March 20, 1897, was...
Collection — Folder SP070
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs of Richard Jordan Gatling's tomb in Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana and his invention the Gatling gun taken by the Indiana Department of Conservation in March 1964. There is also the front page of the February 7, 1874 issue of Scientific American, which features the Gatling gun.
Dates: 1874/02/07; 1964
Collection — Folder SP171
Scope and Contents This collection contains reproductions of images related to Abraham Lincoln from Lincolniana Publishers in Fort Wayne, Indiana used in 1934 and ranging from circa 1860 to 1934, regarding Lincoln, his family, career, pets, residences in Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Washington, D.C., and memorials in Spencer County, Indiana, as well as illustrations and political cartoons. There are also grave sites of Lincoln's family and others.
Collection — Folder S2676
Scope and Contents This collection contains information about headstones on three pioneer graves located in Marion County, Indiana "on the high bank of the [White] River, near the road. S.W. of Crown Hill Cemetery." Written down by an unknown author on July 1, 1923, the headstones marked the burial sites of Jonas Hoover (d. 1846), Elizabeth Epler (d. 1852), and Abraham Epler (d. 1859).
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs taken by Kate Reifel Pepper and others from Franklin County, Indiana in ranging from circa 1914 to circa 1915 regarding the Pepper and Reifel families, bridge building, farming, and Peppertown, Indiana.
Dates: circa 1914-circa 1915
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from William Winans Thomas and family members in Indiana, Illinois, New York, Michigan, North Carolina and California; church records from Indiana; Indiana Constitutional Convention of 1850-1851; a phrenological almanac; a photograph of William Winans Thomas; and miscellaneous items ranging from 1812 to 1955 regarding church, financial and personal business, school records and politics.