Governors -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S0686
Collection — Folder S1061
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of a letter from Charles G. Pickett to Roger H. Phillips on February 16, 1939, as well as a report submitted to Indiana Governor Maurice Clifford Townsend, dated January 23, 1939, regarding concerns about proposed H.B. 229, which would give the Administrative Building Council of Indiana increased authority over the construction of public buildings, including schools. Pickett's report includes findings pertaining to a two-year investigation of the construction...
Collection — Folder S0054
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a letter and memos written by Conrad Baker. The letter is from Baker to Matthew Harbinson regarding a disagreement that Harbinson was having over a piece of property with a man referred to in the letter as Mr. Hole. In the letter Baker offers his legal services. In addition, this collection contains Baker’s writings about the admission of women to the bar in Indiana and two memos from Baker while he was serving as Governor of Indiana. The memos concern photographs...
Collection — Folder S1351
Scope and Contents This collection comprises the photostat of a letter from Governor David Wallace to Samuel Judah in Vincennes, Indiana on September 21, 1839. Governor Wallace wrote to Mr. Judah about the "outline of your court project." Apparently, Samuel wanted to create additional courts but Wallace "could not bring forth such a measure" because of "the present heavy taxation on the people." He discussed the state publisher, the speaker, and the next governor.
Collection — Folder S1605
Scope and Contents This collection includes notes, three signed statements, and one letter from Elizabeht Claypool Earl, circa 1929-1931, regarding the important role of public libraries in schools and rural communities. Two of the signed statements are from Indiana Governor Harry G. Leslie and Roy P. Wisehard, superintendant of the Indiana Department of Publlic Instruction, Division of Elementary and High School Inspection.
Scope and Contents This collection comprises personal and business papers from the Ewing family, particulraly the brothers William Griffith (W.G.) and George Washington (G.W.) Ewing and their companies in Fort Wayne, Indiana and numerous other locations in the Midwest, ranging from 1818-1887, regarding land speculation; the fur trade; trade and relations with Native Americans and Hoosier pioneers; the settlement of Indiana and the Old Northwest; the development of Fort Wayne; state and national politics; and...
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, documents, and reports from Fred J. Nation's work as press secretary to Indiana Governor Evan Bayh. Ranging from 1957 to 1990, the collection's material covers a number of issues and state events that took place during the first year and a half of Governor Bayh's time in office, including inauguration programs, schedules and speech drafts; correspondence, documents, and reports regarding domestic violence and the 1989 murder of Lisa M. Bianco by her...
Collection — Folder S0824
Scope and Contents This collection contains a December 18, 1928 certificate from the Purdue Association of Indianapolis recognizing Harry G. Leslie as on honorary member and a 3 x 5-inch card announcing the death of Governor Leslie on December 10, 1937. The card includes information about the funeral service and was sent to an individual who was requested to be an honorary pall bearer.
Collection — Folder S1150
Scope and Contents This collection contains a typewritten copy of an address Governor Henry F. Schricker gave at the dedication of the Southern Indiana Tuberculosis Hospital on May 12, 1941, a letter of acceptance to a luncheon sent to Dr. I. Lynd Esch, President of Indiana Central College from Schricker on May 19 1947, and an invitation to a President's Annual Breakfast at the college on May 22 (ca.1948-1966). Also included is a copy of the July 12, 1967 memorial resolution given in honor of Governor Schricker...
Collection — Folder S1562
Scope and Contents This collection includes a letter from W.M. Cockrum in Oakland City, Indiana to Indiana Governor Samuel M. Ralson on December 8, 1916 regarding thanking him for an invitation to celebrate the 100th birthday of Indiana statehood and to attend the meeting of the Indiana Historical Commission at the State House on December 11, 1916. There are also 11 colored stickers, which read: "You are most cordially invited to come to the Indiana Centennial Celebration at Indianapolis, October 2-15, 1916."