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Clay County (Ind.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 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

James A. Stoner collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S2704
Scope and Contents This collection includes the following items of Rev. James A. Stoner: two copy books used 1858-1859; a handwritten poem "My Dream" read by Mollie Strayer at the 1869 closing exercises of Peru High School; a carte de viste photograph of Stoner dated December 12, 1876; and his teacher's license for Miami County, Indiana dated January 31, 1880. Also included are items most likely kept by his wife, Sara "Lizzie" Stoner: a 1931 invitation to attend dedication service for a...
Dates: 1858-1937

James Ferguson papers

 Collection — Folder S457
Identifier: S0457
Scope and Contents This collection includes an autographed, signed letter from James Ferguson in Clay County, Indiana on 1861/12/22 regarding the effects of the war on life and comments on President Lincoln, his cabinet and generals.
Dates: 1861/12/22

John D. Strachan collection

 Collection — Folder S1260
Identifier: S1260
Scope and Contents Enclosed in an envelope because of its fragile condition is the original manuscript of Ariel E. Drapier's book: "The Standard Swift Writing, The Elements of Stenography, reduced to moveable types and arranged for the use of schools," published in 1845. A paper at the back of the volume tells about Ariel's son William H. Drapier, who was also a stenographer like his father. There are three typed pages of President Benjamin Harrison's speech in El Paso, Texas, on April 21, 1891, with...
Dates: 1845-1904