Indianapolis (Ind.) -- Societies and clubs
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
North End Garden Club records
Scope and Contents This collection includes hand-written and typed records from members of the North End Garden Club in Indiana ranging from 1928 to 1984 regarding club meetings and events. The collection consists primarily of club minutes, their constitution and by-laws, attendance and member rosters, recordings of events, documents from projects the club was involved in, and scrapbooks.
Oliver P. Morton Club volumes
Collection — Volume V224
Scope and Contents This collection contains two volumes of minutes, one general ledger, and one dues ledger created by the Oliver P. Morton Club from 1896 to 1906.
Oral history collection
Scope and Contents This collection comprises the breadth of the oral history collection at the Indiana State Library, ranging from circa 1904 to 2019. The bulk of the collection contains oral histories created during the ISL Oral History Project during the 1960s-1980s and recordings of events, meetings, recitations, and radio interviews created and acquired by library staff during that period. The remainder are oral histories created by various outside institutions and organizations, such as universities, public...
Dates: circa 1904-2019
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Oral history collection
Pierce-Krull family papers
Scope and Contents The collection includes family correspondence (1834-1963), writings, financial records, journals, and scrapbooks from the Pierce-Krull family ranging from 1834 to 1963. Family correspondence includes correspondence of the John Moore family of Ellisville, Geneseo, and Rock Island, Illinois (1834-1870), including letters from family members in St. Louis, Missouri., California, and Madison, Jefferson County and Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. Also included are letters, and transcripts of...
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Pierce-Krull family papers
Polmete Tribe No. 17, Improved Order of Red Men letter
Collection — Folder S2426
Scope and Contents This collection includes a September 4, 1919 letter written by Fred J. Cron, C. of R. [Chief of Records] of Polmete Tribe No. 17, Improved Order of Red Men (IORM) and sent to Charles Nitterbach of 524 N. Garfield Ave. Indianapolis, Indiana. Written on the organization's letterhead, the letter directs Nitterbach to visit Dr. A.A. Hollingsworth for an examination prior to attending the IORM's meeting on September 12th for adoption into the order.
Portfolio Club records
Scope and Contents This collection includes yearbooks, programs, and photographs from the Portfolio Club in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1890 to 1974, as well as one orange, Halloween-themed paper doily from the club created sometime between 1890 to 1974.
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Portfolio Club records
Richard S. Simons, Indianapolis Literary Club address
Collection — Folder S1187
Scope and Contents This collection includes the thirty page typewritten address, "Who's the Hoosier?" that Richard S. Simons delivered to the Indianapolis Literary Club on November 16, 1953. His address highlighted many men and women who were either native Hoosiers or spent an important period of their lives in Indiana. He stated that Indiana qualified as the "Mother of Vice Presidents" and noted that a large number of Hoosiers have filled presidential cabinet posts, have been prominent congressmen, and have...
Riley Hospital Junior League Occupational Therapy Department photograph collage
Collection — Folder OBC027
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a photographic collage with 3 black-and-white photographs glued to a board depicting the entrance of the James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children building in Indianapolis, Indiana and two images from the Junior League Occupatioanl Therapy Department at the hospital, circa 1924-1934.
Dates: circa 1924-1934
Riviera Club Boosters collection
Collection — Folder S2416
Scope and Contents This collection includes pages from a "memorandum" notebook prepared for Mr. and Mrs. Homer Woods as a "token of thanks" for his service as president of the Riviera Club Boosters in 1945. The notebook pages consist of correspondence and documents regarding the Boosters from 1935 to 1945, including the group's constitution and bylaws, lists of officers, and names and addresses of committee members. James H. Makin, founder of the Riviera Club, signed the dedication page.
Works Progress Administration records
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed surveys from Works Progress Administration in 1942 regarding defense capabilities of local and county clubs, timekeeping, and division of service projects including programs for libraries, museums, welfare, recreation, and more.