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Poetry

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 122 Collections and/or Records:

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

V. P. McMillan collection

 Collection — Folder S900
Identifier: S0900
Scope and Contents This collection includes a poem title "Be Sure Your Sin Will Find You Out" by Mr. V. D. McMillan ranging from circa 1900-1950.
Dates: circa 1900-1950

"Wabasch Lied" poem

 Collection — Folder S2448
Identifier: S2448
Scope and Contents This collection contains two photostat copies of "Wabasch Lied" or "Wabash Song," a poem written in German by members of the Harmony Society after moving to Indiana in 1814. "E. D. Ogden and Co. of Baton Rouge, Louisiana " and the date December 18, 1942 are stamped on the reverse side of one copy. It is not known it the photostats were made from an original copy of the poem.
Dates: circa 1814, 1942

Walker family collection

 Collection
Identifier: L369
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, various documents, photographs, and memorabilia from the Walker family of New Albany, Indiana. The collection contains Francis Walker's Clermont (Ohio) Academy writings; his and his wife Mary's family correspondence (1851-1913); his correspondence from other Methodist ministers and DePauw University officials (1860s-1910); his and Mary's writings (1848-1901); and some letters and documents of his father, James Walker (1820-1837). The bulk of...
Dates: 1820-1988, undated

Wilbur Sheron "The Watchmen of Dover" poem

 Collection — Folder S1766
Identifier: S1766
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed poem from Wilbur Sheron in Marion, Indiana during World War II regarding England's participation in war and its protection.
Dates: ca. 1940

Wilhelmina Seegmiller collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S2921
Scope and Contents This collection includes materials from and about Wilhelmina Seegmiller in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1895 to 1913. Items comprise brief biographical information, obituaries, a review of one of her textbooks and several examples of her creative writing.
Dates: 1895-1913

Will Wallace Harney letters

 Collection — Folder S0594
Identifier: S0594
Scope and Contents This collection includes six letters written by Will Wallace Harney to Henry Paret, Esq. of New York ranging from 1893 to 1894. The 1893 letters are in response to requests for his autograph and photograph for Stedman's Poets of America. The 1894 letters concern Paret's request for biographical information about Harney's uncle, William Ross Wallace. The collection also includes two of Harney's poem (undated).
Dates: 1893-1894

William Alexander collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S0015
Scope and Contents This collection contains items related to the life of William Alexander ranging from 1856 to 1876, including two copybooks, the preface to his scrapbook, newspaper clippings of poems, and recipes for cough syrup, liniment, flux, etc.
Dates: 1856-1876

William C. Glick Jr. collection

 Collection — Folder S2928
Identifier: S2928
Scope and Contents This collection includes five photocopied letters to William "Bill" C. Glick, ranging from 1972-1991. Correspondents include Julius W. Becton, Jr., Brigadier General; H. Norman Schwarzkopf, General, U.S. Army, and Evan Bayh, Governor of Indiana. Also included are two poems dedicated to all who have served titled, "A Nation's and Soldier's Finest Hour of Glory" and "If the White House Could Talk" created by Mr. Glick during the Persian Gulf War.
Dates: 1972-1991

William Herschell collection

 Collection — Folder OB051
Identifier: OB051
Scope and Contents This collection includes 3 printed items with content created by William M. Herschell in the United States ranging from 1903 to 1940. The first item is a poem, "An Humble Grace" by Herschell, printed with a drawing of an African American man standing at a dinner table with a woman and 3 children, dated Thanksgiving 1903 by Franklin Booth. The second item is the cover page of sheet music (pasted to a board) for the song, "Long Boy" with words by Herschell, music by Barclay Walker, and...
Dates: 1903-1940