Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2308
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of New Wine Bursting Old Skins: Memories of an Old Priest Longing for a New Church, a self-published memoir written by Rev. Msgr. Raymond Thomas Bosler of Indianapolis, Indiana in 1992. The memoir includes Father Bosler's signature on the title page and a typewritten biographical sketch written by James. E. Farmer on June 9, 1993 and added to the inside front cover.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains items collected by Ron and Diane Sharp on their trip to Rome, Italy to attend the canonization ceremony of Mother Theodore Guerin on October 15, 2006. The collection includes Saint Mary-of-the Woods documents regarding Saint Mother Theodore; a tour itinerary; hotel information; dinner menus for members of the tour group; and programs from the Saturday evening vigil (October 14, 2006) and the Mass of Thanksgiving (October 16, 2006) in Rome. The collection also includes...
Collection — Folder S2211
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typewritten copy of "Charter Members of the Salem Christian Church in 1842," a six-page composition by Lennie Martin Berkey consisting of biographical sketches of the first 26 members of the church (circa 1942). The collection also includes a typewritten copy of "A Great Church is Born," a 1942 script for a play containing a prologue that recounts the establishment of the Disciples of Christ and the Christian church taken from a program prepared by Mrs. Cecil...
Collection — Folder S2082
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of a transcription of a notebook titled "Record of Missionary Meetings of the Second Judicial District of Indiana, 1854-1965." The record book contained the minutes of missionary district meetings from 1854 to 1863, the Washington County, Indiana Cooperation Organization meeting meetings from 1863 to 1865, and "A Short Sketch of the Church of Christ on Millcreek, Washington, Indiana," an essay written in the notebook by Josiah T. Johnson around 1902. The copy was...
Dates: 1854-circa 1902
Collection — Folder S659
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence and completed survey forms from various individuals in Indiana and elsewhere in 1932 regarding the history of the Society of Friends education in Indiana and the Society of Friends church records in Indiana ranging from 1865 to 1944 regarding church history and memberships.
Collection — Folder S2465
Scope and Contents This collection contains two mimographed copies of a typewritten transcription of Missionary Abominations Unmasked, or, A View of Carey Mission, Containing an Unmasking of the Missionary Abominations, Practised Among the Indians of the St. Joseph Country, at the Celebrated Missionary Establishment, Known as Carey Mission, Under the Superintendence of the Rev. Isaac McCoy by Timothy S. Smith. Copyright secured by Smith in 1833 while he was living in Royalton,...
Collection — Folder S2712
Scope and Contents This collection includes the account book for the Shaker settelement of West Union, first known as Busro, and located in the northwestern corner of Knox County, Indiana. Ranging from 1815 to 1822, the entries record "all articles that is [sic] sold on credit." There are also a few loose papers tucked in the book, including part of an October 19, 1824 receipt of a thirty-nine dollar note from John Dailey and a May 16, 1825 notice signed by Jonathan Douglass regarding the commencement of wool...
Collection — Folder S2446
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of "History of Our Local Meeting: Its Founding, Activities and Workers," a ten-page history about the Whitewater Monthly Meeting of Friends of Richmond, Indiana written by Mary P. Thorpe and dated October 6, 1916. The copy of the history in this collection was typed from a copy loaned by Willard Heiss in November 1949.
Dates: 1916, 1949
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of William P. Long's pocket diaries from 1897 and 1900, with daily entries covering various topics such as the weather, family, friends, church news, and farm activities.