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Postcards

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 95 Collections and/or Records:

Mrs. Ella Hartwig Kalley papers

 Collection — Folder S752
Identifier: S0752
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, signed letters, postcards, commemorative brochures, invitations and agency forms from Ella Hartwig Kalley and organizations in Indiana ranging from 1905 to 1929 regarding commemorative occasions, the disposition of Mrs. Kalley's property, her newsletter and interactions with Indianapolis agencies.
Dates: 1899-1929

Nancy Hovarter papers

 Collection
Identifier: S0685
Scope and Contents This collection includes a postcard and a letter sent to Nancy Hovarter in Angola, Indiana from her daughter Hattie Weirich in Toledo, Ohio on August 12, 1924, and from her granddaughter Ruth and family in Glenwood, Iowa on Augutst 24, 1931, respectively concerning travel, unemployment, farming, drought, and the swarm of grasshoppers which devastated Midwestern crops in 1931. There is also a letter to Hattie Weirich in Kendallville, Indiana from her sister Lydia in Orland, Indiana on July 15,...
Dates: 1884-1931

New Albany, Indiana collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1662
Scope and Contents This collection includes a New Albany, Indiana mercantile record book, with financial standing and personal notes of over 1000 merchants compiled by the Mercantile Agency representative from 1867 to 1880. An index of the merchant's names accompanies the record book.The collection also includes a lithographic print of a drawing by George W Morrison of New Albany as seen from the hills below the city. The lithograph was created by T. Sinclair of Philadelphia and published by John R....
Dates: circa 1848-1970

Nona J. Morford collection

 Collection — Folder S1552
Identifier: S1552
Scope and Contents The single item in this collection is a post card with a printed poem about James Whitcomb Riley by Nona J. Morford on one side. This card was published by the Hancock County Poetry Society, Greenfield, Indiana. On the other side is the following hand-written message in ink: "Dear Miss Malloch, Thank you for ordering a copy of my book, "Fulfillment", to be placed in the Indiana State Library. I hope you will find time to read, and find something of the beautiful I have tried to express in my...
Dates: 1952

Paul and Grace Aubry papers

 Collection — Folder S2486
Identifier: S2486
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed letters, an autographed postcard, and badges from Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, Fraternal Order of Eagles and St. John Auxiliary in Washington, D.C., German or Switzerland and Vincennes, Indiana ranging from 1911 to 1962 regarding military service, family business, social organizations and a birthday greeting thank you.
Dates: 1911-1962 and undated

Placidus Kempf, St. Meinrad Abbey panoramic postcard

 Collection — Folder OB090
Identifier: OB090
Scope and Contents This collection comprises an illustrated color panoramic postcard pasted to a board from Placidus Kempf at St. Meinrad Abbey in Spencer County, Indiana, circa 1920-1930. There are also three items pasted onto the board: a photograph of "Placidus Kempf, O.S.B., Librarian"; a close-up view of the abbey library with notes about the number of floors and volumes; and text indicating the location.
Dates: circa 1920-1930

Postcard collection

 Collection
Identifier: P071
Scope and Contents This collection includes postcards and souvenir postcard packets, both blank and used as correspondence, from Indiana and other locations in the United States in ranging from circa 1880 to circa 2010 regarding historic sites, buildings, scenes, people, and topics, mostly in Indiana. Most of the postcards are paper, but there is also a leather postcard.Postcards in postcard boxes are separated by dividers labeled with subject headings, rather than in folders as is indicated in the...
Dates: circa 1880-circa 2010

Reverend A. H. Studebaker collection

 Collection — Folder S1269
Identifier: S1269
Scope and Contents This postcard was mailed in Columbia City, Indiana, on May 26, 1874, to Joseph B. and Loraine Souder, from "Your Pastor, A. H. Studebaker." The printed card invites "Dear Friend" to next Sabbath when they have communion at Central Hall. The final line reads: "Come. Come humbly, trustfully, prayefully." The name of the church is not given.
Dates: 1874

Rhodes family collection

 Collection
Identifier: L537
Scope and Contents This collection contains the papers of the Rhodes family, including papers from the Kreglo and Lauler families which married into the Rhodes family. It contains mortgages and deeds of Mary A. Kreglo, Sophia E. Rhodes (Kreglo), and John W. Rhodes from the late 19th century, as well as the legal papers of John William Rhodes. It also includes various investment papers of Joseph Lauler, particularly those regarding oil prospects in Texas. Finally, there are assorted personal items, such as...
Dates: 1821-1967

Roberta June Wills collection

 Collection — Folder S1177
Identifier: S1177
Scope and Contents This collection includes a postcard from the American Poetry Association, Inc., postmarked June 5, 1938, and sent to Miss Betty Wariner of Indianapolis, Indiana regarding the publication of Roberta June Wills's first volume of poetry, Sea Shells. The collection also includes a photograph of Roberta June Wills (undated) and a handwritten copy of the poem "I Love My Old Clock", possibly written by Ms. Wills (undated).
Dates: 1938