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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 119 Collections and/or Records:

Reading and recitation booklet

 Collection — Folder S1907
Identifier: S1907
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a bound notepad of 27 pages containing typed copies of poems, monologues, and short essays frequently used for reading and recitation activities circa 1890-1910. The following works are part of the collection: "Poor Little Joe" by David Law Proudfit; "Pain in a Pleasure Boat" by Thomas Hood; "Peter Sorgum in Love: A Capital Yankee Story" by Alf Burnett; "Home Again" by unknown author; "Uncle Pete and Marse George" by unknown author; "Mrs. Britzenhoeffer's Trouble" by...
Dates: circa 1890-1910

Rebecca Parrish collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1041
Scope and Contents This collection includes three letters, poems, and a manuscript belonging to Dr. Rebecca Parrish ranging from 1908 and 1947. The first letter dated November 25, 1908 was sent to Dr. Rebecca Parrish from A.J. McLaughlin, Acting Director of Health of the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Health for the Philippine Islands, thanking the Mary J. Johnston Memorial Hospital for assisting the department with the cholera outbreak. In a second letter dated November 10, 1947 Dr. Parrish wrote...
Dates: 1908-1947, undated

Robert E. Bonham papers

 Collection — Folder S141
Identifier: S0141
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed, signed letter and typed poem from Robert E. Bonham in Pennsylvania on 1970/10/24 regarding Indiana history.
Dates: 1870

Robert McIntyre poem

 Collection — Folder S892
Identifier: S0892
Scope and Contents This collection includes a poem titled, "At Early Candlelight" by Robert McIntyre dated February 23, 1935.
Dates: 1935/02/23

Robert R. Engels collection

 Collection — Folder S2883
Identifier: S2883
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper articles, articles from periodicals, personal correspondence, poetry, and photographs ranging from 1922 to 1946 regarding the Izaak Walton League and its desire to return unproductive agricultural land within the Kankakee Marsh back to marshland.
Dates: 1922-1946

Roberta June Wills collection

 Collection — Folder S1177
Identifier: S1177
Scope and Contents This collection includes a postcard from the American Poetry Association, Inc., postmarked June 5, 1938, and sent to Miss Betty Wariner of Indianapolis, Indiana regarding the publication of Roberta June Wills's first volume of poetry, Sea Shells. The collection also includes a photograph of Roberta June Wills (undated) and a handwritten copy of the poem "I Love My Old Clock", possibly written by Ms. Wills (undated).
Dates: 1938

Roberta West Nicholson collection

Identifier: L320
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters, photographs, newspaper clippings, advertisements, and genealogical materials from Roberta West Nicholson, Meredith Nicholson, Meredith Nicholson Jr., Eugenie Nicholson Fox, Meredith Nicholson III, Kurt Pantzer, and May Louise Shipp in South America, Indiana, North Carolina, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa and Michigan ranging from 1861 to 1957 regarding political speeches, family correspondence, investments, advertisements, poems, family photographs, an 1861...
Dates: 1861-1957

Ross Alley pamphlet

 Collection — Folder S2404
Identifier: S2404
Scope and Contents This collection contains a copy of a circa 1929 pamphlet containing Ross Alley's poem, "Childhood's Home" and his portait. "Ross Alley, Pioneer Poet and Editor, Ripley County, Indiana, Born April 5, 1834, Died Sept. 8, 1854" is printed on the front of the bifold pamphlet and "Greetings from Mrs. Emma King-Benham, Ross Alley Biographer" is handwritten below the poem on the inside page.
Dates: circa 1929

Sallie A. Swartz "Moments that Count" poem

 Collection — Folder S2650
Identifier: S2650
Scope and Contents This collection includes the handwritten poem "Moments that Count" by Sallie A Swartz. Written in January 1914, the poem is three stanzas long and conveys the belief that you should take time to be thoughtful, patient, and prayerful in "this great busy world that is rushing you so."
Dates: 1914

Sarah Carmichael Harrell collection

Identifier: L398
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper clippings and scrapbooks from Sarah Carmichael Harrell in Indiana ranging from 1825 to 1927 regarding the Columbian Exposition (or otherwise known as the Chicago World's Fair), Brookville, Franklin County, Indiana history, poetry and stories.

There is also a World's Columbian Exposition Commission appointment certificate and letter to Sarah Carmichael Harrell dated March 18, 1891 (OBC147).
Dates: 1825-1927