Marion County (Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Volume V386
Scope and Contents This collection includes an account book kept by members of the Schofield family of Marion County, Indiana containing entries dating from 1836 to 1868. The accounts kept in the book indicate the operation of a general store dealing primarily in groceries, dry goods, clothing, and occasional sales of hardware. It appears to have been a frequent practice for customers to work off their bills and when this occured, the hourly wage and hours worked were recorded. The account book also includes...
Collection — Folder S1194
Scope and Contents This collection includes Daniel Sinks' business and tax receipts, land indentures and contracts, and other papers relating to business with James Sulgrove and the Sulgrove family in Marion County, Indiana ranging from 1825 to 1979 regarding schools, school lands, taxes, and other business and property concerns.
Collection — Volume V389
Scope and Contents This collection includes an account book used by a general store located in Southport, Indiana. Ranging from September 6, 1853 to August 31, 1854, the entries record daily purchases of groceries, dry goods, clothing, hardware, and sundries. Though the store is not identified, the account book was most likely from George Tomlinson's establishment.
Collection — Folder S1602
Scope and Contents The collection includes a copy of the Marion County Commissioners meeting minutes in Indiana on July 14, 1926 regarding the incorporation of the town of Speedway, Indiana and including a survey of Speedway, a census of the heads of families living there, and copies of the petition and notice text presented to the commissioners.
Collection — Folder OBC197
Scope and Contents This collection contains a hand-colored photograph of Theodore Roosevelt speaking at the dedication of the General Henry W. Lawton statue on May 30, 1907 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Collection — Folder SP151
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs taken during the Henry W. Lawton statue dedication in Indianapolis, Indiana. The photographs show the dedication ceremony in front of the courthouse and President Roosevelt addressing the crowd, as well as the parade and procession to or from Vice President Fairbanks' house. The images also include snapshots from the gathering at the house earlier in the day. There are also 3 clippings from newspapers showing scenes from Roosevelt's 1907,...
Dates: 1907/05/30; 1957-1971
Collection — Folder S0351
Scope and Contents This collection includes a July 15, 1822 letter sent to Theodore Denny with messages from his brother, Addison, his mother and an A. Henshaw, and three letters written and sent by Theodore to his brother, Christopher Denny, that relate news about family and friends, economic times, cost of land and goods, and his desire for his brother to visit Indianapolis, Indiana. The letters are dated January 24, 18__ (1830's?), February 6, 1841 and February 9, 1843. The 1843 letter includes a note to...
Collection — Folder OB076
Scope and Contents This collection contains a June 6, 1932 issue of the newspaper, Tolerance, in which the membership roll of the Marion County Ku Klux Klan was exposed in print.
Collection — Folder S2393
Scope and Contents This collection includes twelve architectural drawings of Vinton-Pierce Place, a mansion once located at 1415 North Meridian, Indianapolis, Indiana. The drawings were created in circa 1935 by the Historic America Buildings Survey (HABS) as an official Works Progress Administration (WPA) project. The drawings include the floor plans of the basement, first, second and third floors; the exterior elevations from all sides; and architectural details of various aspects of the home including windows,...
Dates: circa 1935
Scope and Contents This collection includes real estate papers, title abstracts, and insurance policies from Von Duprin, Inc. in Marion County, Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1905 to 1977 regarding Von Duprin, Inc.