Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1514
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of meeting minutes, membership rosters, and annual reports of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), General John Tipton Chapter in Tipton, Indiana ranging from 1928-1933.
Collection — Folder S1882
Scope and Contents This collection contains seven items, including 3 letters written to Helen Daniels from various correspondents, a memorial written by the Tipton Bar Association after the death of Edward Daniels, a letter to Mrs. Daniels from Thomas Langan, and a newspaper clipping and a note regarding an event put on by the Elks of Tipton, Indiana.
Collection — OH076
Scope and Contents This collection consists of an oral history interview with F. Gerald (Jerry) Handfield, which takes place over four different interview sessions between March 15, 1977 and September 14, 1978. Part one consists of information about Daniels’ childhood and young adult life in Tipton. The second part she talks about her early jobs in social work in Indianapolis. The third part of the interview she tells about her social service and lobbying activities with regards to public health. The fourth part...
Scope and Contents The collection includes letters from Charles Smith to Ruth Lebo written from DePauw University and other places (1902-1905); Smith family correspondence (1905-1958); Ruth Lebo Smith’s diary and letters to her family from her trip to Palestine and Europe (1933); her papers and diplomas from Tipton, Indiana (1890s); newspaper and magazine articles regarding Charles Smith’s work with the Methodist Church; and letters of the Burgess family (1854-1880), particularly letters from Alexander Burgess in...
Collection — Folder S1047
Scope and Contents This collection contains 33 items, including business correspondence, account ledgers, newspaper clippings, and journal entries from Sarah Caroline Peck in Muncie, Connersville and Tipton, Indiana, ranging from 1859 to 1913.