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This collection includes the Muncie Trivial Pursuit board game created circa 1987 by A1 Graphics of Muncie, Indiana. The game includes a game board, instructions, trivia cards, one die, five player pawns and 30 rings.
This collection includes organizational records and scrapbooks from the National Organization for Women in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1970 to 1990 regarding the organization`s members and activities.
This collection consists of Ned Griner’s research materials for his book, Gas Boom Society. The bulk of the files are copies of news clippings from the late 1800s on a variety of topics. The majority of the clippings are from Muncie newspapers. Also included in the collection are correspondence from Marsh/Ryan family members to Griner and correspondence from Emily Kimbrough to Griner. There are two rough drafts of chapters from the book on Sports and the Holidays.
This collection includes budgets, appropriations, reports, proceedings, and ordinances from Norbert W. Hart in Muncie, Indiana ranging from circa 1950 to 1960 regarding his position, the Auditor of Muncie.
This collection includes official weather observers records from Veral D. Merrick in Muncie, Indiana ranging from December 1949 to May 1955 regarding the weather of Muncie, Indiana.
This collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, teacher's contracts, financial records, photographs, and other records for the Osborn and Bussell families of Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1922-1992.
This collection includes a landscape painting by Oscar Pickett.
This collection includes supply lists and catalogs for electrical supplies, hardware and industrial merchandise (1900-1945), subject files on Muncie organizations such as the Masons and the Elks Lodge, newspapers from World War II, and maps of Muncie and the vicinity.
This collection includes copies of Prime Years and Savvy magazine ranging from 1990 to 2008 regarding senior citizens of Delaware and Madison County, Indiana.
The collection contains meeting minutes (1945-76), treasurer's reports (1981-91), annual financial statements (1959-91), board minutes (1986-91), brochures (1989), membership applicants (1970-91), officer rosters (1945-85), a petition to amend the charter (1982), guestbooks (1972-90), the CPS Award Indiana Division (1960-64), a scrapbook (1968-90), and information on disbandment (1991).
This collection includes political brochures, documents, letters from local politicians, posters and ephemera from Raymond E. White in Muncie, Indiana ranging from circa 1960 to 2010 regarding Raymond E. White and his political interests.
This collection consists of minutes of meetings, 1984-1997; newsletters, Heart Links, 1983-1997, minutes of board of directors’ meetings, financial records, correspondence and some membership lists.
This collection includes the consitution and by-laws, correspondence, financial information, minutes, speeches, yearbooks, and scrapbooks from the Reticule Club ranging from 1912 to 1997 regarding the club and its activities.
The collection includes all of Richard A. "Dick" Greene's "Our Neighborhood" newspaper articles, which appeared in the Muncie Star from 1945 to 1983. It also contains history files of items sent to Greene while he worked at the Muncie Star. Finally, there is a personal file with Greene's biographical information.
The collection contains detailed reports on community, social clubs, businesses, transportation, architecture, population, public utilities, laws, neighborhoods, and houses in Riverside City and Normal City.
This collection includes directories, scrapbooks, building plans, postcards, publications, certificates, news clippings, programs, photographs, artifacts, audio recordings, and video recordings from Riverside United Methodist Church in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1902 to 2003 regarding the church's history, the congregation, and church activities and events.
The collection includes the Robert D. Snider's papers including his daybooks, correspondence, memos, and records. Proceedings of the Indiana State Masonry conferences (1960-1978), yearbooks (1970-1982) and the constitution and by-laws of the Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen-Local 19 of Indiana of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen AFL-CIO Jurisdiction are also included.
This collection includes constitution and by-laws, meeting minutes, programs, reports, and scrapbooks from the Roundtable Club in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1900 to 1997 regarding the club and its activities.
The collection of family history contains newspaper clippings, funeral notices, a Ryan family publication, a genealogy of the Stradling family, correspondence, and photographs. Most notably, this collection contains the Civil War letters of John D. Stradling, and the personal papers of J. C. Ryan documenting Muncie businesses and relief work in Trebizond, Turkey.
This collection includes manuscripts, computer disks, notes, and correspondence from Sandra Barnard Marshall ranging from 1998 to 2009 regarding her writings, especially Life, Love, and Tragedy in a Small Town.
This collection includes hand written journals and cassette tapes from Sandra Sue Seiwert in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1986 to 2009. The cassette tapes consist of her travels to East Asia in 1994.
This collection contains personal correspondence, magazines and news clippings, personal photographs, an unpublished manuscript, and other materials created by or relating to Shirley Puckett Sheperd of Muncie, Indiana for the years 1941-1995. It also three photographs of Shepard as a child: one oversized photograph and two digital photographs.
This collection includes administrative records, financial records, glass formula records and other materials from The Sneath Glass Company in Hartford City, Indiana ranging from 1894 to 2000 regarding the business and production of glass, and a historical account of the company.
This collection includes correspondence and newsletters from the Sparks Family Association ranging from 1953 to 2008 regarding family history and genealogy.
The collection consists of two series. The first series is correspondence between Jack Carmichael and a number of other members of the SFA, primarily Russell Bidlock. The second series consists of publications series includes volumes I through XVIII of The Sparks Quarterly, spanning from March 1953 to December 1970.