Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S305
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed documents from various creators, including government agencies in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky and Washington, D.C., ranging from 1823 to 1891 regarding legal matters.
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of letters from John F. Jones in Charlotte, Virginia and Brooklyn, New York; Speed in Bloomington, Indiana; Tom at Camp G.L.; D.F. Moore at Camp Taylor, Kentucky; Paul in Bloomington, Indiana; Thomas V. Dewey in France; Paula in Bloomington, Indiana; Paula in Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana; and Ira D. Funkhouser in La Crosse, Indiana ranging from 1917 to 1918 (and one letter undated) regarding life in camp, being drafted, military and language...
Collection — Folder S1173
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of five letters sent to Rebecca Jane Shell during the U.S. Civil War ranging from 1862 to 1863. She received a November 4, 1862 letter from her brother John while he was at Camp Sullivan in Indianapolis; an April 19, 1863 letter from Marcus C. Crowley sent from Boston Station, Kentucky; two letters letter from her brother William from Camp Salt River Bridge in Shepherdsville, Bullitt County, Kentucky (May 16, 1863) and Camp Bardstown Junction, Bullitt...
Scope and Contents This collection includes memoranda, letters and a handwritten speech from Roger D. Branigin and others in Indiana ranging from 1965/03/25 to 1966/10/27 regarding a school play, budgetary matters, a contract and a speech concerning waterways in Indiana and Kentucky.
Collection — Folder S1734
Collection — Folder S2734
Scope and Contents This collection includes a deed signed by Samuel MacDowell and Mary MacDowell to William Scott in Fayette County, Kentucky from April 4, 1789 regarding land in Fayette County, Kentucky. Samuel MacDowell, was a Colonel in the Revolutionary War, a pioneer and one of the first judges in Kentucky. There are several signatures on the back of the document, including Levi Todd, who was one of the few survivors of the Indian Battle of Blue Licks in Kentucky. He also was a General in the...
Collection — Folder S1380
Scope and Contents This single typed page includes information about Samuel Wells's trip from his home in Schoolcraft, Michigan, in the fall of 1851, to Louisville, Kentucky. He traveled with his brother. They took the stage to White Pigeon, Michigan, where they got the train for South Bend. They were late arriving because the baggage car was "derailed near Bristol by a cow." In South Bend, people greeted the first passenger train's arrival with bonfires and drums. Riding a new omnibus, they went to the new St....
Dates: circa 1939
Collection — Folder S0249
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a transcript of the diary Chandler kept while moving to Missouri. She documents the sights and experiences of the trip through Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri. The diary ends in St. Louis, although the Chandlers eventually settled near Boonville, Missouri.
Collection — Folder S0139
Scope and Contents This collection includes a handwritten letter with and accompanying autograph and poem excerpt and two poems from Sarah T. Bolton in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1850 to 1892, with one undated, regarding marriage, life, toil, and death.
Dates: 1850-1892, undated
Collection — Multiple Containers