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Corydon (Ind.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Centennial Assembly Day program

 Collection — Folder S2525
Identifier: S2525
Scope and Contents This collection contains a photocopy of the program from the June 17, 1977 Indiana General Assembly Centennial Day held at Corydon, Indiana. The main event of the celebration was the re-enactment of the Assembly's first session in 1816 and the program includes the script, historical notes and background written by Arville L. Funk.
Dates: 1977/06/17

C.M. Sonen woodblock prints

 Collection — Folder OB117
Identifier: OB117
Scope and Contents This collection contains woodblock prints created by C. M. Sonen that depict different buildings and scenes in Indiana. Some locations are Westfield, Vincennes, and the Corydon Capitol building. They were created likely between 1920 and 1940.
Dates: circa 1920-circa 1940

Early Indiana photographic slides

 Collection — Folder SP038
Identifier: SP038
Scope and Contents This collection includes 35mm slides in Indiana circa 1950s regarding people, such as Father Pierre Gibault, Little Turtle, Tecumseh, William Henry Harrison, George Rapp, Robert Owen, Oliver P. Morton, James Whitcomb Riley, and Levi Cotton, and places like Vincennes, Corydon, New Harmony, and Indianapolis, significant to early history of Indiana.
Dates: circa 1950

Ezra Ferris papers

 Collection — Folder S459
Identifier: S0459
Scope and Contents This collection includes documents from Ezra Ferris in Corydon, Indiana on 1817/12/28 regarding a proposed law in the Indiana General Assembly concerning the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Indiana.
Dates: 1817/12/28

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

Frank M. Hohenberger photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: P013
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs and a few clippings and pamphlets from Frank M. Hohenberger in Indiana and Kentucky ranging from 1916 to 1935 and undated regarding landscapes, nature scenes in state parks and other locations, local buildings, houses of important figures, historic sites, and some people.
Dates: 1916-1935, undated

H. Shields newspaper article

 Collection — Folder S1767
Identifier: S1767
Scope and Contents This collection includes a newspaper article from the Corydon Democrat in Corydon, Indiana on 1924/01/06 regarding Henry B. Shields' letter to Dr. D.G. Mitchell on 1827/12/15.
Dates: 1826/12/15

Indiana Department of Natural Resources photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: P038
Scope and Contents This collection includes the photographs from Indiana Department of Natural Resources in Indiana ranging from 1967 and undated regarding state parks, nature sites and recreation areas, historic sites, landmarks, memorials, museums, and buildings around Indiana.
Dates: 1967, undated

Indiana historic site articles

 Collection — Folder S1572
Identifier: S1572
Scope and Contents This collection contains histories of The Corydon State House, the Lanier Memorial Home, Pigeon Roost Memorial, and the Tippecanoe Battleground Memorial.
Dates: circa 1900s

Lowell Nussbaum postcard photograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: P002
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographic prints and negatives of postcards from Lowell Nussbaum in Indiana ranging from circa 1910 to 1930s regarding Indianapolis buildings, street scenes and surrounding Indiana cities.
Dates: circa 1910-1930s