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Poetry

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:

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

 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

Sarah T. Bolton papers

 Collection — Folder S0139
Identifier: S0139
Scope and Contents This collection includes a handwritten letter with and accompanying autograph and poem excerpt and two poems from Sarah T. Bolton in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1850 to 1892, with one undated, regarding marriage, life, toil, and death.
Dates: 1850-1892, undated

Sidney S. Kramer collection

 Collection — Folder S2513
Identifier: S2513
Scope and Contents This collection contains an undated poem entitled "Pride of Indiana" by Sidney S. Kramer, handwritten on Sidney's Uniform Co. stationary and two booklets, "The Hoosier 'Howdy Book': Service Men's Guide to Indianapolis" published by the Indiana Bell Telephone Company in 1940 and the February, 1944 issue of This Week in Indianapolis (Vol. 17, no. 4), a tourist guide for visitors to the city.
Dates: 1940-circa 1977

T. J. Charlton papers

 Collection — Folder S0252
Identifier: S0252
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a poem written by Charlton about his school days in the 1850s and 1860s in Pleasant Township, Switzerland County, Indiana.
Dates: 1887

Tara Cooper, Operation Desert Storm, Persian Gulf War collection

 Collection — Folder S2929
Identifier: S2929
Scope and Contents This collection includes six photocopied letters, Operation Desert Storm stickers, two posters, a newspaper clipping and yellow ribbon from Hancock County, Indiana celebrations during 1991. The letters in the collection are responses from a Valentine's Day card sent by Pat and Ron Underwood's granddaughter, Tara Cooper during the conflict.
Dates: 1991

Taylor family papers

 Collection
Identifier: L235
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed, mimeographed, typeset and autographed poems, correspondence, and reminiscences from Tucker W. Taylor; addresses and medical papers from James H. Taylor and medical students in Greencastle, Indiana and Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1870 to 1904, regarding poetry, publishing, family life and medical diseases and practice.
Dates: 1870-1904, undated

"The Reconcilement" poem

 Collection — Folder S2781
Identifier: S2781
Scope and Contents This collection contains a one page, handwritten poem entitled “The Reconcilement.” The date and author of this poem are unknown.
Dates: undated

Theodore Cowen collection

 Collection — Folder S2048
Identifier: S2048
Scope and Contents The collections contains letters sent by Theodore Cowen to his parents, sister Semeramia, and brother Harris, in Warsaw, Indiana, between 1863 and 1864, while he served throughout Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Also included is a resolution by the Soldiers Aid Society in Warsaw, and a poem about the Civil War entitled, “Why I Don’t Join the Veterans”.
Dates: 1863-1864

Untitled poetry collection

 Collection — Folder S1838
Identifier: S1838
Scope and Contents This collection includes two poems by an unknown author written on Congressional stationary with the blind stamp of Owens and Hurlbut in the upper-left corner. The first poem is five stanzas, with the first as follows:My Dear Col. BushCan't you hushAnd be a little more SteadfastYou are not rightTo go and get tightIn the morning before breakfast "Recipe for -- to be taken Every morning before breakfast" is...
Dates: circa 1820s-1860s