Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S018
Scope and Contents This collection contains the diary of Albert Alyea. Included in the diary are notes about the birth and death dates of his family, his accounts with various stores, weather reports, his barn raising, and accounts of what he sold to other individuals. Alyea also uses the diary to write about his time spent in the Union Army during the Civil War. The diary also contains several additional items, including a newspaper clipping about new fishing laws, a real estate appraisal, and a newspaper...
Collection — Folder S1249
Scope and Contents This collection comprises one photocopied letter from Benjamin Harrison in Washington, D.C. to Benjamin Franklin Stevens in Indianapolis, Indiana on October 20, 1886, regarding Harrison's political campaign and a request for Stevens' assistance with the campaign and with preventing voter fraud.
Collection — Folder SP062
Collection — Folder S1511
Scope and Contents This collection includes a letter from George J. Mayer II in Indianapolis, Indiana dated May 29, 1959 regarding the formation of a Citizens-in-Politics Club and inviting the recipient to a meeting. The letter also presents commentary on Republican mayoral candidate Roscoe "Rocky" Stovall.
Collection — Folder S0588
Scope and Contents This collection contains a typewritten letter sent from Florence K. Harding to Mrs. Harry S. New on February 3, 1922. Typed on White House stationary and signed by Mrs. Harding, it is a personal letter addressed to "Dear Bill New", a nickname used by Mrs. New's close friends. Mrs. Harding notes that things are "going better" than expected (Senator New's campaign), speaks of several people they know in common, and mentions the "Knickerbocker disaster." Also included is a one-page, typed...
Collection — Folder S628
Scope and Contents This collection contains Fred Heinzle's personal papers ranging from 1922 to 1951, including two receipts from the Gruen Watch Company, a bill from the Homestead Hotel in West Baden, Indiana, a sample city ballot for Tell City, Indiana showing Heinzle as the Democratic candidate for mayor, a letter from the Elgin American Division, Illinois Watch Case Co., price lists for services at Heinzle's Jewelry Store, and a congratulatory letter from Heinzle to Urdix B. Ewing upon winning the election...
Collection — Folder S493
Scope and Contents This collection includes election documents and maps, correspondence, and a badge from various sources, including from Will H. Hays (Republican National Committee and with the Motion Pictures Association) ranging from 1912 to 1944 regarding elections.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains photostats and typed copies of letters sent to James D. Davidson by his brothers, Alexander Davidson and Charles Baker (C.B.), his nephew Preston Davidson, and other Indiana residents regarding family news, economic conditions, elections, secession, slavery, the Civil War, money issues, and Noah Noble's estate. Also included are letters sent to other Davidson family members, three letters sent to C.H. and W.S. McCormick from an A.D. Hagen (?) regarding McCormick reaper...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes "Dantucker with Speed," a incomplete handwritten poem about the nomination and election of James Polk (circa 1844). On the back of the same paper, there is a poem that begins, "O death within thy ruthless grasp" and a February 7, 1844 receipt from the Indianapolis office of the Sinking Fund for Asa Anderson and Esquire Ward regarding payment of interest on a loan. The collection also has a February 28, 1846 "Penmanship" receipt and includes a pencil drawing of a woman...
Collection — Folder S032
Scope and Contents This collection includes two financial documents and two letters pertaining to the Adams/McDonald family, including A.J. McDonald, Mary E. McDonald, and Mary Jane McDonald in Carrolton, Hancock County and Elizabethtown, Bartholomew County in Indiana ranging from 1869 to 1936. There are also three Democratic voting tickets for state elections in Indiana circa 1851, 1876, and 1935.