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Huntington County (Ind.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

309th Observation Squad, United States Air Corps Reserve, Indiana aerial photograph collection

Identifier: P069
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white aerial photogrographs from 309th Observation Squadron of the United States Air Corps Reserve in Indiana ranging from 1931 to 1936 regarding counties and Civilian Conservation Corps company sites around the state. Photographs are stamped with the squadron's information and include the pilot's name and the date.
Dates: 1931-1936

Boswell family papers and photographs

Identifier: L058
Scope and Contents This collection includes a marriage announcement and certificate, an Andrews High School commencement program, and photographs from the Boswell family, as well as other families in Huntington County and various cities, including Warsaw; Fort Wayne; Wabash; Rochester; Peru; and Marion ranging from circa 1890 to 1910 regarding family and school life.

There is an oversize marriage certificate for rew J. Boswell and Louisa A. Ulsh dated November 6, 1881.
Dates: circa 1881-1910

Clifford L. Pribble insurance policy

 Collection — Folder S1305
Identifier: S1305
Scope and Contents There is one insurance policy and its sleeve in this collection. The Accident and Liability Department of the Aetna Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, issued the policy to Clifford L. Pribble on September 20, 1926. There are eleven parts to the policy with sixteen standard provisions and twelve (A through L) additional provisions. The principal sum of the policy is seventy five hundred dollars. The weekly indemnity is twenty five dollars.
Dates: 1926

Donald B. Roberts "Why Were They There?" thesis

 Collection — Folder S1124
Identifier: S1124
Scope and Contents This paper was written by Donald B. Roberts for his Social Science Course No. 598.1, under Doctor Lester F. Schmidt at Ball State Teachers College, and submitted November 18, 1964. The paper is entitled: "Why Were They There? A Study of the Soldiers within the 75th Regiment of Indiana Infantry Volunteers from Roanoke to Chickamauga." The article has seven chapters, two appendixes, and five maps. Amid the narrative, Mr. Roberts reprints some of the forty-three letters which Uriah sent to his...
Dates: 1964

Emma Louise Brown Repp journal transcripts

Identifier: L710
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of the typewritten transcripts of the "Daily Journals of Emma Louise (Brown) Repp, 1926-1955," transcribed by Mrs. Repp's youngest grandchild, Marily Louise Torborg, and completed in 2017. A number of clippings of obituaries, movie ads, and other news items found attached to the journal were photocopied and added to the published narrative. In addition, family photographs, letters and recollections of family members, especially of Carolyn Repp Knapton, were added...
Dates: 1926-1955; 2017

Huntington County Auditor's checks

 Collection — Folder S1674
Identifier: S1674
Scope and Contents This collection includes two checks from the Auditor's Office of Huntington County, Indiana signed by John Alexander. The first check is for a $3.00 payment to Henry Brown for a tax refund dated November 30, 1855 and the second check is for a $40.27 payment to C. Brower for redemption of property in Township 26, Range 9 East dated January 7, 1856.
Dates: 1855-1856

Huntington County, Indiana collection

 Collection — Folder S2331
Identifier: S2331
Scope and Contents This collection includes a print of a pen and ink drawing of Chief Francis LaFontaine's house located in Huntington County, Indiana. The undated sketch was drawn from a photograph and includes a circa 1915 typewritten paragraph attached to the back of the print that gives a brief description of the home and information about LaFontaine's daughter, Archangel Engelmann. The collection also includes an envelope sent to the Indiana State Library from Mary Rankin at the Methodist Memorial Home...
Dates: circa 1915, 1965

Otho Winger collection

 Collection — Folder S1443
Identifier: S1443
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of a December 13, 1937 letter sent by Otho Winger to Carolyn Dunn at the Indiana State Library in reference to the abduction by Indians of a young girl, surname of Thorpe, near Connersville, Indiana around 1813. Winger sent two pictures with the letter, both taken in October 1935 at the location J.L. Heineman, a Connersville historian, believed to be the area of the girl’s abduction. Charles Marks, grandson of Miss Thorpe, is photographed alone in the first...
Dates: 1937-1938

Robert E. Bonham papers

 Collection — Folder S141
Identifier: S0141
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed, signed letter and typed poem from Robert E. Bonham in Pennsylvania on 1970/10/24 regarding Indiana history.
Dates: 1870

Travel diary

 Collection — Folder S1525
Identifier: S1525
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a travel diary written on both sides of one sheet of paper by an unknown man from Wells County, Indiana. Dated from June 26 to July 4, 1852, the author chronicles his trip from Margaret Krewson's house in Wells County to the communities of Uniontown, Zanesville, and Roanoke and notes some of his activities following his return to the Krewson's house. His narrative mentions several people he visited, including James and Margaret Barrett, Peter Mulrine, and William...
Dates: 1852