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Speeches, addresses, etc.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 131 Collections and/or Records:

John V. Beamer collection

 Collection
Identifier: L517
Scope and Contents This collection consists principally of papers related to John V. Beamer's career in U.S> Congress from 1951 to 1959 and includes correspondence regarding legislation and political issues from constituents and colleagues, national associations, labor unions, Indiana newspapers, colleges and universities, and businesses in his district; speeches, newsletters, and press releases; copies of the Congressional Record; newspaper clippings; campaign records,...
Dates: 1910-1974

John W. Dutton papers

 Collection — Folder S396
Identifier: S0396
Scope and Contents This collection includes a carbon copy of a typed transcript of a speech from John W. Dutton in Jamestown, Indiana on 1854/07/04 regarding the 4th of July, the United States' history and duties of citizens.
Dates: 1854/07/04

Joseph E. Davies collection

 Collection — Folder S0336
Identifier: S0336
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a commencement address delivered at Indiana University, May 10, 1942. The speech addresses World War II and Davies discusses the causes of the war, the objectives of the enemy, and the character of the challenge Americans face.
Dates: 1942

Joshua Reed and Lura Maria Giddings collection

 Collection
Identifier: L332
Scope and Contents The collection includes Joshua Giddings' letters to his daughter, wife, and other members of his family, written from Washington, D. C. (1840-1858) and Montreal, Canada (1862-1864), journals and diaries of Lura Maria Giddings (1858-1870), Lura's biography of her father, the memoirs of Joshua Giddings, and family photographs.
Dates: 1799-1870

June Winona Snyder collection

 Collection — Folder S1218
Identifier: S1218
Scope and Contents This is an eight-page typed speech by June Winona Snyder given to the Indiana Poetry Federation on October 9, 1943. She mentions holding a convention during World War II in the face of "gas shortages, traveling limitations, long hours at war work." Ms. Snyder gives advice to poetry writers. On page 7, she wrote: "Do not be disturbed if someone criticizes you for spending your time writing poetry in these war times. You are doing a very patriotic duty when you strive to keep your vision clear so...
Dates: 1943

Kern family collection

 Collection — Folder S2398
Identifier: S2398
Scope and Contents This collection includes a July 5, 1850 letter written by David G. Kern from Lancaster, Pennsylvania and sent to his brother Henry J. Kern at Milton, Wayne County, Indiana; a copy of the January 2, 1900 funeral address for David G. Kern presented by Rev. M. L. Haines, D.D.; and Barbara M. Kern's handwritten instructions regarding her funeral (undated).
Dates: 1850-1900, undated

Lee Ault speech

 Collection — Folder S040
Identifier: S0040
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a speech, “The Whitewater Canal”, written by Lee Ault. The paper read before the Wayne County Historical Society at its quarterly meeting on November 17, 1900.
Dates: 1900 November 17

Lemuel Arthur Pittenger "Tuberculosis in Schools" speech

 Collection — Folder S1065
Identifier: S1065
Scope and Contents The collection is a copy of a speech given by Lemuel Arthur Pittenger at the Mississippi Valley Conference on the incidence and prevention of tuberculosis in schools on October 2, 1941 in Columbus, Ohio.
Dates: 1941

Lincoln National Life Insurance Company collection

 Collection — Folder B004
Identifier: B004
Scope and Contents This collection contains reproductions of Lincoln's Gettysburg address and image used for advertising in the 1930s.
Dates: circa 1930

Lionel Wiggam speech

 Collection — Folder S1404
Identifier: S1404
Scope and Contents This collection contains the typewritten acceptance speech that Lionel Wiggam gave at the Indiana Authors' Day in Bloomington, Indiana on April 8, 1962. Wiggam was given the award for most distinguished book of poetry by a Hoosier author published in 1961 for his book The Land of Unloving. His remarks during his speech were a tribute to the librarians who helped and guided him in his youth.
Dates: 1962/04/08