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Indianapolis (Ind.) -- Social life and customs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Earla Eggert memory book

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: V470
Scope and Contents This collection contains a scrapbook created by Earla Eggert in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1923. It contains signatures, notes, and poems from her classmates at Manual Technical High School and photographs of herself and friends.
Dates: 1923

Inez Heather Watts collection

 Collection — Folder S1374
Identifier: S1374
Scope and Contents This collection includes vehicle registrations from the State of Indiana ranging from 1927 to 1935. They are for two men: Elmer Watts, 824 Riviera Drive, Broad Ripple, and Oscar Watts, Carmel. Also included in this collection is a program for the Broad Ripple Mistrels Fall and Winter season 1931-1932 in the Broad Ripple neighborhood in Indianapolis, Indiana, which was put on "for the benefit of their relief fund." M. A. Klusmann drew the cover design of the booklet in 1931. His advertisement...
Dates: 1927-1935

Mary E. Johnson papers

 Collection — Folder S735
Identifier: S0735
Scope and Contents This collection includes a mimeographed copy of a typed document from Mary E. Johnson in Indiana during 1934 regarding the history and current economic and cultural climate of Indianapolis, Indiana.
Dates: 1934

Meta Abramson Murray collection

 Collection — Folder S2630
Identifier: S2630
Scope and Contents The collection includes photocopies of two letters to Murray dated 1917 and 1954. The earlier letter describes problems with cold weather and the privations that came with World War I.

The second letter congratulates Murray on her marriage and having achieved the independence of living on a farm. The letter goes on to describe Mrs. Thorn's bungalow in the Lockerbie district of Indianapolis and extends an invitation to visit.
Dates: 1917, 1954

Rachel Bash family letters

 Collection — Folder S2922
Identifier: S2922
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence from Rachel Bash and A.J. Van Der Sloot-Van Meesen in Indianapolis, Indiana and Hoevelaken, Holland ranging from 1933-1982 regarding World War II and social and economic conditions after the war. Also included is a brief history of Bash's Seed Store, which was operated in Indianapolis by members of the family from 1906-1975.
Dates: 1946-1949

Social invitations and cards collection

Identifier: L349
Scope and Contents This collection includes invitations, calling cards, at home cards, and one dance card, many with the name John W. Blackledge, documenting aspects of social life and events in and around Indianapolis, Indiana, ranging from 1881 to 1923. The materials are diverse, comprising tickets to graduations, wedding announcements, and invitations to teas, dances, dinner parties, weddings, and anniversary parties, among other items. The collection in and around Indianapolis, Indiana.
Dates: 1881-1923

Taggart's Union Station Dining Room menus

 Collection — Folder S3226
Identifier: S3226
Scope and Contents This collection includes four menus from Taggart's Union Station Dining Room in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1888 to 1890.
Dates: 1888-1890