Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes stereograph cards from C. L. Jenney and Company, Frank M. Lackey, and R. Gordon in Indianapolis, Indiana and Sterro-Photo Co. in Dolgeville, New York, ranging from circa 1861 to 1916 regarding an enacted scene of a Union soldier leaving and returning to his paramour during the U.S. Civil War; the Indiana centennial pageant in Riverside Park in Indianapolis in October, 1916; and the exterior and interior of Pierce-Vinton-Krull house in Indianapolis.
Dates: circa 1861-1916
Collection — Folder S1776
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of the script for the historical pageant "The Weaving of Ripley County," written and directed by Minnie E. Wycoff. Performed at the Osgood, Indiana fairgrounds on September 12, 1927, the twenty-six page script includes the speeches, reenactments, costuming, number of minutes alloted for each part and interval, and other details related to the production.
Collection — Folder S1251
Scope and Contents The index card states: "Original manuscript of Thomas Wood Stevens, author of Pageant at Vincennes, Indiana, on February 25, 1929, commemorating the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the capture of Fort Sackville by George Rogers Clark. The only other items in this collection are two papers, hand-written in ink, entitled "The Crier III" and "The Crier, Epilogue." The pages appear to be a draft because there are crossed-out words. Mr. Stevens wrote: "Clark and his few chosen followers set out...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes the trustee's record book for Jackson Township, White County, Indiana containing entries ranging from 1867 to 1880. Also included is a copy of "Mansion of Memories," the script for the Wolcott Centennial Pageant that was presented in June 1961. Written by Dale T. Sheets and directed by Dolores English, Peg Martin Correll, and Ralph Helseth, the pageant script was photocopied and had numerous handwritten notes added to it prior to its duplication.
Dates: 1867-1880, 1961