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Harrison County (Ind.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

309th Observation Squad, United States Air Corps Reserve, Indiana aerial photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: P069
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white aerial photogrographs from 309th Observation Squadron of the United States Air Corps Reserve in Indiana ranging from 1931 to 1936 regarding counties and Civilian Conservation Corps company sites around the state. Photographs are stamped with the squadron's information and include the pilot's name and the date.
Dates: 1931-1936

Clarence Merk Jr. and Ed Runden collection

 Collection — Folder S940
Identifier: S0940
Scope and Contents The collection contains a photostat article titled "The White Caps of Harrison County." The article was written December 16, 1971 by Clarence Merk Jr. and Ed Runden.
Dates: 1971/12/16

Crosier family collection

 Collection
Identifier: L018
Scope and Contents This collection contains letters from Edward Crosier to Adam Crosier, family letters from Battle Creek, Michigan, Knoxville, Iowa, Seneca and Geneva, New York, Ford County, Illinois, Jacksonville, Oregon, and Harrison County, Indiana, ranging from 1840 to 1901. Also included are letters to Adam Crosier about his surveying work, letters to Lafe Crosier about family and farming, an 1866 campaign circular for Walter Q. Gresham, and comments on a speech by Joseph Albert Wright.
Dates: 1840-1901

Frank M. Hohenberger, Indiana State Department of Geology photograph album

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: P037
Scope and Contents This collection includes a series of photographs from negatives made for the Indiana State Department of Geology during the months of September and October, 1918, in Monroe, Lawrence, Martin, Orange, Washington, Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Crawford, Jefferson, Switzerland, Jennings, and Franklin counties, Indiana, by Frank W. Hohenberger, in Nashville, Indiana. The images largely depict natural sites, such as caves and rivers, but also mills, stone quarries, cemeteries, and other historic buildings.
Dates: 1918

Harrison County burial permits record book

 Collection — Folder S2392
Identifier: S2392
Scope and Contents This collection includes the burial permits record book of health officer Henry Rupp of Webster Township, Harrison County, Indiana containing entries ranging from October 8, 1899 to February 29, 1904. Each page includes "Register of Death" and "Permit for Burial" forms filled out for deceased residents of Webster and Posey townships and a few from the townships of Harrison, Franklin and Boone. Besides the decedent's name and date of death, other required information included cause of death,...
Dates: 1899-1904

Harrison County collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1670
Scope and Contents This collection contains several items related to Harrison County, Indiana, including a daybook used by Cyrus Vigus of Corydon from 1826 to 1830; the Corydon Normal School roll book for 1878-1879; a cloth badge and button from the Indiana Centennial Celebration at Corydon in June 1916; a copy of "Cedar Farm...a Tribute," an essay written by Emma S. N. Carleton about the Kintner family dated May 29, 1919; and a one-page document about "Song Corydon" and the Earl Smith family copied by Lydia...
Dates: 1826-1962

James Bliss papers

 Collection — Folder S132
Identifier: S0132
Scope and Contents This collection includes a deposition from James Bliss in Harrison County, Indiana on 1853/12/09 regarding an allegation of possession of counterfeit money.
Dates: 1853/12/09

Jesse Stroud estate papers

 Collection — Folder S1267
Identifier: S1267
Scope and Contents This collection includes the estate papers of Jesse Stroud, administrated by William Brown in Harrison County, Indiana from 1812-1815 regarding his total estate include property, his wife, Jane Stroud, and payments due.
Dates: 1812-1815

Samuel P. Davidson letter

 Collection — Folder S0335
Identifier: S0335
Scope and Contents This hand-written letter is dated July 30, 1840, from Printer’s Resort, Harrison Co., Ind., and addressed to “My Dear Brother.” The envelope is addressed to Isaac Smalley, Bloomington, McLean County, Illinois. The letter is three pages long and written in ink.Samuel explains why he is happy to live at Printer’s Resort. First, his family is satisfied; second, it is healthy and they have good neighbors. They have erected a meeting house, Wesley Chapel, which is part of the Corydon...
Dates: 1840

Walter S. Lemmon collection

 Collection — Folder S2876
Identifier: S2876
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters and papers dating from 1884 to 1945 with the bulk of the material being from Lemmon's Army service during World War I. There are letters to his family from camp, discharge papers, and a souvenir booklet of Camp McArthur in Waco, Texas.
Dates: 1884-1945