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Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:

Mary L. Garner, Indiana Bureau of Women and Children collection

 Collection — Folder S2402
Identifier: S2402
Scope and Contents This collection contains the following items related to Mary L. Garner's directorship of the Indiana Bureau of Women and Children, including a circa 1940 address given by Garner regarding the work of the bureau and working conditions in the state for women and children; a copy of a transcript of her interview by Mrs. R. Lieber for the first program of Concerning Children that was broadcast May 5, 1941; a copy of "Industrial Home Work - The System," an...
Dates: circa 1940-1941, undated

Nikki Stoddard Schofield, Bowen-Merrill fire collection

 Collection — Folder S2304
Identifier: S2304
Scope and Contents This collection contains several items compiled by Nikki Stoddard Schofield regarding the March 17, 1890 Bowen-Merrill Company stationery and bookstore fire in Indianapolis, Indiana, including two essays from the Crown Hill Cemetery archives. The first essay, "'Horror of Horror': The Bowen-Merrill Fire," is six-page narrative about the fire and has Howard Stahl's signature on the last page (undated.) The second essay, "The Bowen-Merrill Fire," lists the ten firemen killed in the fire that are...
Dates: 1929-1930, undated

Nora Link collection

 Collection — Folder S2216
Identifier: S2216
Scope and Contents This collection includes a September 23, 1915 letter sent to Nora Link of Indianapolis from Martha Diefendorf of Campbellsburg, Indiana, an undated handwritten list of the different parts of speech, and an October 26, 1904 essay written by Link about Alfred Lord Tennyson written.
Dates: 1904-1915

Parlor Club collection

 Collection — Folder S2816
Identifier: S2816
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed copy from R. Norris Shreve in Lafayette, Indiana on 1967/11/10 regarding the history of the club and descriptions of some members.
Dates: 1967

Ralph V. Stewart, Marengo Cave narrative essay

 Collection — Folder S1905
Identifier: S1905
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of a two-page narrative essay written by Ralph V. Stewart in the 1950s regarding his recollections of discovering Marengo Cave with a group of boys on August 18, 1883. Samuel Stewart, Ralph's uncle, owned the land where the cave opening was found. Along with himself, Ralph listed the names of the "boys in the bunch" who discovered the cave as J. Roscoe Stewart, Enoch Stewart, John Jones, Charles Breeden, Marion Johnson, and Nickolas Taylor. The original...
Dates: circa 1950s

Rauch, John George, "Essays" volume

 Collection — Volume V406
Identifier: V406
Scope and Contents This collection includes a bound photocopy of a privately printed book entitled "Essays" by John George Rauch in Indianapolis, Indiana from 1975. The essays are on a variety of subjects including education, careers, and marriage.
Dates: 1975

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

Reverend George Bush collection

 Collection — Folder S2858
Identifier: S2858
Scope and Contents The collection consists of an 1849 issue of the American Temperance Recorder, “a Monthly Journal for the diffusion of Temperance Knowledge,” being a compilation of essays on living without the consumption of alcoholic beverages. The essays approach the topic of temperance from a religious orientation. Essays in this collection include a sermon titled “Life in Its Origin, Forms and Issues,” by Rev. George Bush, concerning the spiritual nature of life; an essay entitled “The Church in the...
Dates: 1849

Richland Academy periodical

 Collection — Folder S2115
Identifier: S2115
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of "The Students Dewdrop," a handwritten periodical "devoted to religious literature, the arts and sciences, agriculture, fun, current news, and all matters of general interest. Independent in all things, neutral in nothing." The October 3, 1860 edition was issued by Miss Etta McCoy as editress and Mr. A. Rankin Foster as editor and contains a prospectus and a number of essays written by Richand Academy students.
Dates: 1860/10/04

South Whitley Community Public Library collection

 Collection — Folder S2353
Identifier: S2353
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of essays written about the early history of South Whitley and Cleveland Township of Whitley County, Indiana and compiled for South Whitley's centennial celebration in 1937. The history includes photocopies of an essay about Collamer, another small community in Cleveland Township; a typewritten transcription of "Time Out-Witted," an article regarding the “quarti-centennial” reunion of the members of the old Springfield Academy printed in a South Whitley...
Dates: 1937