Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs, negatives, and postcards from Martha E. Wright in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from circa 1860 to 1993 and undated regarding individual family members from the Wright, Smythe, and Gill families, family homes, friends, daily life, recreational activities, parades in Indianapolis, industrial scenes, railroads, bridges, and steamboats.There were also correspondence and papers from Maurie Bailey Wright, Maude Bailey, and Kathryn and Martha Wright...
Dates: circa 1860-1993, undated
Collection — Folder S611
Scope and Contents This collection includes a Civil War era photo of John W. Vaught from Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana taken by Thomas J. Merritt of Nashville, Tennessee and issues of the Farmer's Pocket Companion from the Rock Island Plow Company, Rock Island, Illinois (1894) and the John Deer Company of Moline, Illinois (1900).
Scope and Contents This collection comprises the records and collections of the Northeast Indiana Diversity Library (NIDL) from Fort Wayne, Indiana, a non-profit organization that served the local LGBTQ community, documented its history, and collected books, periodicals, pamphlets, manuscript collections, ephemera, and other items relating to the queer experience. The dates for the materials range from 1919 to 2023.Record group 1 contains the financial and organizational documents of the Northeast...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection contains materials related to Posey County, Indiana, comprising copies of handwritten minutes and constitution of the Society of New Harmony Community of Equality, New Harmony, Indiana (1825-1826); a typed, translated copy of a February 1, 1837 letter from Prince Maximilian von Wied to Charles Lesueur of New Harmony, Indiana regarding a visit to New Harmon y in 1832-1833 (original at Indiana Historical Society); a handwritten letter from W.H. Watkins in New Harmony to A.M....
Collection — Folder B076
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection comprises photographs and publications from Raymond Banta before and during World War II ranging from circa 1938 to 1945. The photographs comprise numerous portraits of a young Raymond Banta, in casual army dress and in formal attire, as well as a scene with Banta and two other soldiers working in an office. There are also publications and documents such as a small booklet entitled "Tips on Train Travel" with cartoon illustrations by Gluyas Williams; the July and...
Dates: circa 1938-1945
Collection — Folder S2115
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of "The Students Dewdrop," a handwritten periodical "devoted to religious literature, the arts and sciences, agriculture, fun, current news, and all matters of general interest. Independent in all things, neutral in nothing." The October 3, 1860 edition was issued by Miss Etta McCoy as editress and Mr. A. Rankin Foster as editor and contains a prospectus and a number of essays written by Richand Academy students.
Scope and Contents This collection includes the following Ridgeville College items ranging from 1871 to 1896: colleges catalogs, announcement pamphlets, commencement programs, anniversary and reunion programs, Epsilon Rho Literary Society anniversary programs, Musical Department programs and the school publications, The Elucidator and The College Cycle. Other items in the collection include two circa 1890 photographs of the school building, a...
Collection — Folder S2883
Scope and Contents This collection includes newspaper articles, articles from periodicals, personal correspondence, poetry, and photographs ranging from 1922 to 1946 regarding the Izaak Walton League and its desire to return unproductive agricultural land within the Kankakee Marsh back to marshland.
Scope and Contents This collection includes newsletters of the Pokagon Chieftain (September 29, 1934-July 1, 1935, and July 26, 1992), Pokagon Papoose (July 15-December 20, 1935), and the Hoosier Dunesman (June 22-July 18, 1934). The issues were all published by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).
Dates: 1934-1935, 1992