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Children's stories

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Benjamin S. Parker papers

 Collection
Identifier: L123
Scope and Contents This collection contains Parker’s correspondence and writings, including correspondence E. B. Heiney and publishers about Poets and Poetry of Indiana; correspondence regarding Parker’s poetry, his newspaper work, and requests for advice on writing. Also included is correspondence regarding Republican Party politics, James Whitcomb Riley, and family matters. The collections also contains Parker’s writings including the subjects of the National Road, early Indiana and Midwestern history, Quakers,...

Dorothea J. Snow autobiographical documents

 Collection — Folder S1216
Identifier: S1216
Scope and Contents This collection includes one biographical sketch and author's questionnaire from Dorothea J. Snow circa 1958.

Elisabeth Hamilton Friermood collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: L057
Scope and Contents The collection contains correspondence and research notes regarding Elisabeth H. Friermood’s manuscript "Doc Dudley's Daughter." Also included is the first draft, last typed copy, and printer's proof of the manuscript.

Ernestine Fisher papers

 Collection — Folder S466
Identifier: S0466
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed and commercially printed documents from Ernestine Fisher in Indiana from circa 1947 regarding children's plays and critiques.

Peggy Simpson "Harbor Lights for Tiny Mites" manuscript

 Collection — Folder S1189
Identifier: S1189
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typewritten manuscript of the unpublished alphabet book "Harbor Lights for Tiny Mites" by Peggy Simpson and copyrighted by Margaret Elizabeth Simpson in 1952. Each entry in the book starts with a word that coordinates with a letter and then offers an inspirational message. For example, the entry for the letter "B" reads "Books, if they be good, are your friend and teacher. Lend your heart to them and in return you will learn how to grow!"