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The collection includes materials from the professional career, organizational memberships and committees, and publications of Betty Harris. Documents here include information pertaining to local historical, religious and women’s clubs, community service involvement, and her work as a writer. Also included are Kennedy Assassination wire reports and issues of the Muncie Evening Press covering the Kennedy Assassination in 1963.
The collection consists of materials dealing with the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), the National Organization of Women (NOW) and the League of Women Voters, including by-laws, correspondence, newsletters, and related materials for all three organizations.
This collection includes records, research files, audio recordings and interview transcripts from Hurley Goodall in Muncie, IN ranging from 1924 to 1978 regarding black history in Muncie, IN.
This collection contains copies of the Gear-O-Gram (1944-1972), a newsletter for the employees (published by the employees)of the Borg-Warner Corporation.
This collection includes photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, genealogy notes, negatives, and audio and video recordings from the Bower family of Indiana ranging from 1871 to 2001 regarding Bower and Dowell family history.
This collection includes journals, notebooks, correspondence, professional records, political awards, autographs, genealogies, photographs, video recordings, scrapbooks, and realia from the Bracken family in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1776 to 2010 regarding Bracken family genealogy and Civil War history, Muncie and Delaware County history, Ball Corporation, and the Ball State University Board of Trustees.
This collection includes a manuscript about the Bracken House on Ball State University`s campus, transcripts of interviews with Bracken family members, correspondence, and research notes from Thomas A. Sargent in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1997 to 2000 regarding the home and its inhabitants.
The Brayton Family Collection consists primarily of family photos dating from 1868 to 1958. The oversize materials contain Amy Botkin's scrapbook, which includes letters, photos, brochures, and invitations (1907-1960), as well as sketches and paintings done by Margaret Brayton.
This collection includes the "Breakthrough Plus 40" newsletters issues no. 1-25 ranging from 1976 through 1980. The "Breakthrough Plus 40" newsletter was released bi-monthly in Selma, Indiana, exploring the implementation of solar energy above latitude 40. These issues make up the entire body of "Breakthrough Plus 40" newsletters including issue no. 20, the special edition scrapbook. Additionally, it includes digitized copies of each newsletter.
This collection includes genealogy materials from the Brown-Fyfe family in Muncie, Indiana ranging from circa 1828-1990s regarding the Brown-Fyfe family lineage.
This collection includes slides of various buildings in downtown Muncie, Indiana.
The collection contains a 35th reunion letter from President Ronald Reagan (1986), a 50th reunion letter from President George H.W. Bush (2001), and a 50th reunion book honoring the class’s golden anniversary.
The Caldwell, Meeker, and High families papers includes correspondence from the Caldwell, Meeker, and High families. The collection is divided into series by family. The Caldwell family papers includes correspondence and documents concerning family and business affairs (1857-1928). The High family papers includes correspondence between Ansen High and his wife Mary during the Civil War (1862). The Meeker family papers includes correspondence from Minor Meeker (1836-1885).
This collection includes journals written during the years of 1872 to 1882. These journals consist of weather information recorded by Crooks as well a daily diary and expense entries.
This collection includes reports, brochures, newspaper clippings, newsletters, scrapbooks, photographs, video recordings, and other materials from Camp Isanogel in Delaware County, Indiana ranging from 1907 to 2010 regarding camping activities and camp patrons.
This collection consists of photographs of wildflowers taken by Diane E. Hill along the Cardinal Greenway between 1999 and 2005. The original 35mm photographic slides were produced between circa 1999 and 2008. Research to identify the wildflowers was conducted by Stan Hodge and is also included in the collection.
The collection includes information and memorabilia of the Cassady and Nelson families. Included are correspondence, account books, programs, photographs, and obituaries of various family members from 1759 to 1961. Also included are the Civil War letters and diaries and other papers of D.W. (Derastus) Nelson, Louise Nelson’s brother from 1858-1865.
This collection includes ledgers, record books, analytical reports, correspondence, articles, calendars and other records from Cecil A. Madill in Delaware County, Indiana ranging from 1925 to 1987 regarding the family farm business of Burl, Cecil, and David Madill.
This collection includes copies of the school`s newspaper, the Center Chatter, from 1930-1963; the school`s yearbook, Memoria, from 1963-1966; personal memorabilia from graduates; and copies of the 1999 Indiana Heritage Research grant application that made this collection possible.
This collection includes project documentation and digital files from the Changing Gears: End of an Era documentary film regarding the closing of the Warner Gear plant in 2009.
This collection contains various documents, maps, photographs, and negatives pertinent to American Gas & Electric Company and the Indiana General Service Company from 1884 to 1978.
This collection contains the records of the Church of the Brethren from 1850 through 1965. Included are several series, including: correspondence; financial records, 1899-1938; membership lists, baptisms and transfer records, 1850-1897; minutes of the congregational meetings, 1879-1959; records of the officers of the church; visitors lists and records of their junior program, 1913-1957.
The collection includes a scrapbook documenting the life of Clarence G. Piepho and the G.H. Piepho and Sons Funeral Home from 1920-1979.
This collection consists of correspondence, publications, manuscripts, project files, research notes, a Michigan navigability study, and other records ranging from 1897 to 1979 documenting the life and career of prominent American anthropologist Clark Wissler.