Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Chicago Times-Herald, "The Real Issue, Mills of the United States, United States Mint from Major William McKinley Address" poster
Collection — Folder OBD074
Scope and Contents This collection contains one poster summarizing a William McKinley address created by the Chicago Times-Herald in 1896.
Collection — Folder OBC230
Collection — Folder S2127
Scope and Contents This collection contains a letter and receipt sent to David McNabney of Terre Haute, Indiana from the Office of the Sinking Fund at Indianapolis, Indiana. Both items are dated December 2, 1861, and they are in regard to interest payments on money McNabney borrowed from the fund. The collection also includes the envelope addressed to Mr. McNabney and postmarked December 2 from Indianapolis, June 1 at Terre Haute and then June 12 with a "Dead Letter Office" stamp.
Collection — Folder OBD024
Scope and Contents This collection contains a broadside from August 7, 1896 titled "Financial Facts Illustrated" depicting, in cartoons, finance in the United States and the debate between gold and silver.
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a framed Taiwanese flag with text and the U.S. Army Finance School crest given to the State of Indiana by Major General S. Y. Wang, class commander in the Republic of China's army, on September 28, 1959 "for the courtesies extended to the Special Chinese Armed Forces Financial Management Class" of the U.S. Army Finance School at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, Democratic poll books, newspaper clippings, and other documents from A. W. Trittipo and George Herron in Hamilton County and Indianapolis, Indiana, ranging from 1833 to 1940 regarding finances and politics.
Scope and Contents This collections consists of various papers and record books of the South Side State Bank of Indianapolis from 1889 to 1959 and undated. It includes cash books, stock certificates, promissory notes, photographs, and legal papers such as leases and bills of sale.
Dates: 1889-1959, undated
Collection — Folder S1444
Scope and Contents This collection includes a March 3, 1862 letter sent to Albert Lange, Indiana State Auditor, from the New York investment bank of Winslow, Lanier and Company regarding the return of three cancelled loan notes of the State of Indiana. The three notes were sent with the letter, with two for $160,000 each and dated August 9 and August 16, 1861 and one for $100,00 dated September 5, 1861. The notes have the signatures of Governor Oliver P. Morton, Auditor Lange, and Indiana State Treasurer Jonathan...