Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 119 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains a variety of poems written by Benjamin F. Phemister, the "Bard of the Brandywine," ranging from 1917 to 1951 and undated. His poems include "The Stained Gown," written for Memorial Day in 1917; "Yester's Yearning," published in the May 13, 1920 edition of the Journal of Education: New England and National; "The Interview of John Doe with Judge Jackass" from circa 1944; and "Fiddling?"...
Dates: 1897-1951, undated
Collection — Folder S1650
Scope and Contents This collection includes a note card with Lottie Lyons Grow's etching of Grassy Creek in Brown County, Indiana printed on the front and a note written inside by Grow to a Mrs. Macdonald dated October 10, 1977. The collection also includes several undated items related to Brown County: a promotional card printed by the Community Club of Nashville with a picture of the "Old Log Jail"; a pamphlet with the poem "In Brown County" by Maude Elizabeth Pate, photographs by Frank M. Hohenberger, and...
Dates: 1977, undated
Scope and Contents This collection contains documents related to the Austin family. Items include a school journal, songs and poems written by Carl Austin, Sr. A miscellaneous folder also contains a card from the Progressive Spiritualist Church, his work done during elementary school and a memo listing the owners of 340 W. 30th Street from 1930 to 1961.This collection also contains information about his son, Carl E. Austin, Jr. This includes his military service records, notes taken while a student at...
Collection — Folder S1271
Scope and Contents This collection includes two typed poems. Each poem is two pages. The first one is entitled "Over Hoosier Trails of Yore," and mentions General Harrison and "his troops up to Tippecanoe"; Pottawotomies relating their grief; and "our praise for the Pioneer Day." Mr. Stump's second poem is "The Frances Slocum Trail." This poem refers to Connor's mill, Miami Indian lore, Glenn Liston Falls, Ma-con-es-quah, "Frances Slocum and her Deaf Man in village here," and Chief Godfroy. He signed the poems...
Collection — Folder S0772
Scope and Contents This collection includes a letter to Louis J. Bailey from Charles R. Williams in Princeton, New Jersey on December 2, 1926 regarding use Williams' poetry in Bailey's publication, his poetry, and an offer to send a copy of his volume of poetry. There is also a volume with handwritten notations detailing the "books in C. R. Williams' Library, April 23, 1901.
Dates: 1901/04/23; 1926/12/02
Collection — Folder S0064
Scope and Contents This collection contains several poems written by Bannon. One of the poems is in memoriam of Ernie Pyle shortly after his death in World War II. The other poems express Bannon’s nostalgia for his home state of Indiana.
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from fans and publishers in the United States; poems; newspaper clippings; lists of poetry awards; scrapbooks; and a copy of Margaret E. Bruner's In Thoughtful Mood from Clyde Protsman in Indiana and North Carolina, ranging from 1928 to 1974 regarding poetry and publications, awards, world events and personalities.
Collection — Folder S3438
Scope and Contents This collection includes deeds and other legal papers; family histories, photographs; greeting cards; notebooks and letters from Comstock, Beers and Hartwell family members in Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri ranging from circa 1840 to 1961 regarding legal and family business.
Dates: circa 1840-1961
File — Multiple Containers