Charities -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Auten Women's Relief Corps, No. 14 collection
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes a report from Lucile Meisel in South Bend, Indiana in 1932 regarding that year's work of the organization and a scrapbook of newspaper articles ranging from 1932 to 1939 regarding the work of the organization and the lives and deaths of the Civil War veterans living locally.
Charles S. Grout letter
Collection — Folder S0551
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed letter from C. S. Grout in Indianapolis, Indiana on September 7, 1899 regarding the operation of the Charity Society Organization.
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Charles S. Grout letter
Citizens' Child Welfare Study Committee reports
Collection — Folder S3338
Scope and Contents This collection comprises five reports from the Citizens' Child Welfare Study Committee during 1946-1949 regarding the needs and services provided for children and young adults in Marion County, particularly in the legal and educational systems. The "Survey Report of the Juvenile Aid Division, Indianapolis Police Department" provides statistics of arrests from 1938 to 1946, descriptions of facilities, and recommendations for changes. The "Survey Report of The Marion County Juvenile Court and...
Delaware County Jail matron's diaries
Scope and Contents The collection consists of work diaries of an unidentified jail matron in Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana during the years 1935-1938. The matron’s responsibilities primarily involved relief assistance to the poor in Muncie, rather than work with jail inmates. The diaries detail the amount of relief given each day and name who received the aid.
Esther N. Anderson collection
Collection — Folder S2346
Scope and Contents This collection contains mimeograph copies of a letter and historical sketch written by Esther N. Anderson of Michigan City, Indiana. The June 17, 1966 letter was sent to Wallace Gilmore, president of the Family Welfare Society, informing him that she was submitting copies of "History of the Family Welfare Society, Michigan City, Indiana, 1898-1966." The five-page history was prepared by Anderson in response to a request by Gilmore and is also dated June 17, 1966.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows certificate
Item — Folder S1558
Scope and Contents This collection includes a certicate of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of the State of Indiana, completed by M. K. Edwards, "Most Worthy Grand Master," appointing C. Frary as District Deputy Grand Master for District No. 211, on July 22, 1853.
Indiana charitable institution administrators scrapbook pages
Collection — Folder SP163
Scope and Contents This collection includes loose scrapbook pages with photographs, clippings, and magazine articles ranging from 1921 to 1928, regarding administrators of charitable organizations in Indiana, including Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Cortner of the Indiana State Soldiers and Sailors' Orphans' Home in Knightstown; C. D. Chadwick, Indiana Board of Industrial Aid for Blind; O. R. Lynch of the Logansport State Hospital; Dr. James L. Milligan; O. M. Pittenger of the Indiana State Schol for the Deaf; and...
Indiana charities collection
Collection — Folder S2233
Scope and Contents This collection includes reports about the various homes and charitable institutions in Indiana under the care of women that were not under the patronage of the Indiana General Assembly. Written in 1876, the reports were prepared for the Centennial Exposition held in Philadelphia by the following institutions: German Protestant Orphans' Home, Indianapolis; Colored Orphan Asylum, Indianapolis; Indianapolis Home for Friendless Women; Indianapolis Orphan Asylum; Indiana Soldiers' Orphans' Home,...
Indiana Public Welfare collection
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, reports, articles, and organizational histories from the Indiana Department of Public Welfare, previously Indiana State Board of Charities, ranging from 1847 to 1964 regarding charity work and welfare topics.
Indiana schools student records collection
Collection — Folder S3106
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials ranging from 1915 to 1937, relating to various private and public schools throughout Indiana, including certificates and diplomas, announcements of commencement exercises, and a report card. Schools represented in the collection are: St. Joseph's Academy (Tipton, Indiana); Methodist Episcopal Sunday School (Edgewood, Indiana); Indianapolis Public Schools (Indianapolis, Indiana); Liberty and Washington Township Schools (Carbondale, Indiana); Jefferson Center...