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Family life

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 185 Collections and/or Records:

Waterman family papers

 Collection
Identifier: L174
Scope and Contents This collection contains copies of the papers and documents of the Waterman Family in DeKalb County, Indiana ranging from 1829 to 1896 regarding family life and business affairs. Also included are copies of the correspondences between Elijah and Thomas Waterman.
Dates: 1829-1896

Wayman Adams collection

 Collection — Folder S1245
Identifier: S1245
Scope and Contents The collection includes 11 original, signed linocut (linoleum block) greeting cards made by Wayman Adams, 10 of which are Christmas cards from 1924 to 1933. The last is a New Year's card from 1935. Most of the cards depict, Adams' son, Wayman "Snig" Adams, Jr. The collection also includes a photograph of Wayman Adams and Frank Atkins, shore captain of the schooner Regina, in the doorway of Booth Tarkington’s boat house on the Kennebunk River in Maine.
Dates: 1924-1935

William M. Deiwert journal

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S2235
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of William M. Deiwert's daily journal containing entries ranging from June 27, 1906 to March 10, 1909. The first 9 pages of the journal were used to record the names and birthdates of his wife, children and grandchildren.
Dates: 1906-1909

William Shaw collection

 Collection
Identifier: S1172
Scope and Contents This collection includes handwritten letters and envelopes from family members of William Shaw and wife, Linda Rous in Scotland and England ranging from 1827-1874 regarding family and life. Also included is one newspaper clipping and a copy of newspaper clipping written by Archibald Shaw.
Dates: 1827-1874

Woods family letters

 Collection — Folder S3325
Identifier: S3325
Scope and Contents This collection includes two letters from Eva and Thomas Wood of Arkansas to C. F. Turner in Terre Haute, Indiana in 1934 regarding family illnesses, and the fact they are moving back to Camden, Arkansas, and Thomas's job at a furniture factory.
Dates: 1934