Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S0853
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of family correspondence of the Eggleston and Gaunt families of Greensburg, Indiana ranging from 1829 to 1888. Correspondence sent to Eliphalet and Amy Eglestone (Eggleston) includes three letters sent by Amy's brother Asa Eddy (August 20 & August 30, 1829 and September 20, 1834) and a letter from Calvin and Amy Whitmarsh (March 18, 1830). James and Hannah Gaunt received letters from Richard and Ann Stivers from Mount Sterling (May 31, 1850); from John...
Scope and Contents This collection includes journals, ledgers, invoice registers, bank books, account books with inventory and sales records, and "yearbook" calendars ranging from 1889 to 1983 regarding the J.M. Woodfill's Sons clothing store (and its many antecedents). Also included are records kept by Joseph Strasburger following the closer of the Woodfill business.
Collection — Folder S0590
Collection — Folder S658
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence, diaries, and business papers of the Lambert, Miller, and White family ranging from 1824 to 1968. The bulk of the correspondence is between the Lamberts, Millers, and Whites (1885-1932), but also includes many letters from the Saunders family in Iowa, Kentucky, and Washington (1895-1950). The collection also contains Paschal T. Lambert's reminiscences of his early childhood in Indiana (undated); family diaries (1897-1943); Oscar G. Miller's autograph...
Collection — Folder S0327
Scope and Contents Eight documents are in the folder. A certificate dated Oct. 2, 1883 is to Will Cumback from the Treasury Department, Fifth Auditor’s Office, and informed him of a final disbursement for July 1883. Martha Livingston Moodey wrote from Boston on April 5, 1889, in which she enclosed the book Alan Thorn. She wrote this book to counteract the book Robert Elsmere, “with its ex-parti arguments against Christianity.”Four documents pertain to the reunion of survivors who voted...