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Poetry

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 120 Collections and/or Records:

Hazel W. Hopper papers

 Collection — Folder S0681
Identifier: S0681
Scope and Contents This collection contains letters, receipts, and other materials from the Pickard and Hopper families, ranging from 1864 to 1975. The Pickard papers, include the correspondence, tax receipts, and bank receipts of Thomas, Henry (Bluford), and Jeff Pickard from 1864 to1931; an Encampment Week letter dated April 4th, 1893 from Evansville, Indiana; a letter to Gorman Pickard from The Home Journal magazine regarding a contest he entered in 1898; a certificate from T.A. Slocum, M.C. for...
Dates: 1864-1942

Henry N. Dick, Clark's Anabasis and the Hymn of Deborah poem

 Collection — Folder S2521
Identifier: S2521
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photocopy of Henry N. Dick’s Clark's Anabasis and the Hymn of Deborah, his epic poem commemorating the deeds of George Rogers Clark and his translation of the "Song of Deborah" from the Book of Judges (1944).
Dates: 1944

Hezlep W. Clark papers

 Collection — Folder S2015
Identifier: S2015
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed document from Hezlep W. Clark in Bloomington, Indiana [?] on May 15, 1905 regarding poetry.
Dates: 1905/05/15

Ignatius Brown papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1960
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed poems and writings, pencil drawings and official documents from Ignatius Brown and others in Indiana, New Orleans, Louisiana; Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee ranging from 1856 to 1861 and regarding life, Civil War battles, and a vessel clearance from port.There is also an oversize folder containing editions of newspapers including the Weekly Indiana Citizen, the Central Normal News,...
Dates: 1856-1861, undated

Indiana Federation of Clubs, 7th District history reports

 Collection — Folder S1567
Identifier: S1567
Scope and Contents This collection contains 4 typed reports by Mrs. Charles L. Stubbs, ranging from 1926 to 1927, for the Seventh District of the Indiana Federation of Clubs, regarding the Women's Clubs Radio Hour, speakers bureau, "Cooperation for the Blind," the poetry contest, the Book of Press Clippings, prizes and honorable mentions, citizenship training, and other activities of the 101 women's clubs affiliated with the organization.
Dates: 1926-1927

INverse Poetry Archive collection

 Collection
Identifier: L730
Scope and Contents This collection includes printed copies of poems, applications, and project documentation, as well as digital files, from the INverse Poetry Archive, the Indiana Arts Commission, and the Indiana State Library in Indiana ranging from 2018 to 2022 regarding the contributed works of numerous Hoosier poets and the creation and activities of the archive. Some the digital files include audio recordings of the poets reading the submitted poems, which are available online in the archive.
Dates: 2018-2022

Irene McDaniel scrapbook

 Collection — Folder S877
Identifier: S0877
Scope and Contents This collection includes one scrapbook, compiled by Irene McDaniel in 1963, regarding poems and newspaper clippings relating to Abraham Lincoln.
Dates: 1963

Jacob Moorehouse Ward, Sr. collection

 Collection — Folder S1357
Identifier: S1357
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed copies of poems and essays by Jacob Moorehouse Ward, Sr. written from 1838 to 1847, transcribed by descendant Merton W. Grills in 1935.There are also essays by other authors, collected by Ward, such as the three-page essay on "The Death of Daniel Webster" by E. C. Baldwin.
Dates: 1935

James Elmore collection

 Collection — Folder S2135
Identifier: S2135
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence regarding the authorship of “Sassafras,” a poem first published in the Crawfordsville Journal and attributed to James Elmore. Elmore denied authorship and it was later believed to have been written as a joke by Jesse A. Greene, editor of the Crawfordsville Journal. The collection includes typewritten copies of letters written in April 1945 by Caroline Dunn, Indiana Historical Society...
Dates: 1945-1955

James Siddall papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S3291
Scope and Contents This collection includes "Dantucker with Speed," a incomplete handwritten poem about the nomination and election of James Polk (circa 1844). On the back of the same paper, there is a poem that begins, "O death within thy ruthless grasp" and a February 7, 1844 receipt from the Indianapolis office of the Sinking Fund for Asa Anderson and Esquire Ward regarding payment of interest on a loan. The collection also has a February 28, 1846 "Penmanship" receipt and includes a pencil drawing of a woman...
Dates: 1837-1846