Speeches, addresses, etc.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 132 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S2436
Scope and Contents This collection contains photocopies of Fred L. Pierpont's papers, including a map of Lexington, Indiana from 1922 and a page with handwritten explanations of the town roads and points of interest on map; an undated to-do list of maintenance jobs written on Englishton Park (Lexington, Indiana) letterhead; a copy of "History of Lexington High School," a five-page essay possibly written by a student for a school assignment in circa 1931; and nonprofessional drawings of President Taft...
Dates: 1908-circa 1931
Collection — Folder S1145
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence between Schortmeier and Frances Nakarai, a librarian at the Indiana State Library, and various papers the Schortmeier would enclose in his letters to her.
Collection — Folder S0321
Scope and Contents On July 13, 1765, Indians gathered in a conference at Quiatenon, in New France (later Indiana territory), where they made speeches to George Croghan, who wrote them in very legible cursive. The five long pages are photostats containing eight speeches by “the Chiefs, and Principal Warriors of the Quiatenon, Kecopoes (Kickapoos), Mascoutens and Ottawas.” They expressed their sorrow for their evil actions and their desire for peace. The first Indian to speak was The Wolf, a Kickapoo...
Collection — Folder S3345
Scope and Contents This collection includes a speech given by George Pence of Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1922 May to 1922 June regarding "The Indianapolis Donation" and the American Association of Engineers.
Dates: 1922 May-June
Scope and Contents The majority of the collection consists of typescripts of George S. Rainey’s various writings and cassette tapes. In addition to his longer works, "Open Day" and "They Stood Up," a number of shorter works and essay are included. Much of what Rainey wrote is based on his own experiences and beliefs. “A Garrulous Hillbilly” appears to be autobiographical. The cassettes hold recordings of Rainey reciting chapters from his own work as well as speeches and stories by Elbert Hubbard and R. G....
Scope and Contents The collection includes Grace Julian Clarke's papers, manuscripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, and brochures and pamphlets, dating from 1845 to 1938. The bulk of the material dates from 1901 to 1933. Her correspondence, dating from 1891 to 1934, deals with women's suffrage both in Indiana and on a national basis, women's club work, the League of Nations, the Indiana Democratic Party, and the Indianapolis City Plan Commission. Also included are papers regarding the placement of the papers of her...
Scope and Contents This collection includes professional correspondence, speeches, notes, research, clippings, newsletters, meeting minutes, bibliographies, and other materials created and compiled by Harold F. Brigham in Louisville, Kentucky and Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1899 to 1967 regarding his work as a librarian in Kentucky and at the Indiana State Library. There are also a few materials relating to Merriwether Lewis and William Clark, which Brigham used in his talk at the Conversation Club in...
Collection — Folder S0843
Scope and Contents This collection contains Dr. Harvey J. Locke's paper "Personality-Making in the Family" that he presented at the Institute on Current Social Problems at Indiana University on November 9, 1937. The Institute was sponsored by the Extension Division of Indiana University along with the Indiana Federation of Clubs and the Bloomington Woman's Club.
Dates: 1937 Nov.
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of Henry A. Barnhart's business and political correspondence, including his correspondence as owner of the Rochester Sentinel regarding operational costs, advertising, paper's editorials and news stories, and the Northern Indiana Editorial Association (1890s-1906); his correspondence as president of the Rochester Telephone Company regarding operational costs, rates and regulations of the telephone industry, employee relations,...
Collection — Folder S388
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two copies of the speech entitled "White Caps in Southern Indiana," read before the Monroe County Historical Society, by H. C. Duncan. The typed manuscript is 19 pages. A penciled note on the first page of the onion-skin copy states: "Published in the Bloomington World Telegram, May 1945."White Caps were active in Indiana from 1857 until 1905 when Governor Winfield Taylor Durbin cracked down on illegal lynchings. Many former White Caps joined the Ku Klux...