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This collection includes slides from various neighborhoods in Muncie, Indiana.
J. Wayne Storms collection of Golden Age Survivors newsletters and Burris Laboratory School Alumni records
This collection includes alumni, teacher, and community subject files along with newspaper clippings, publications, and photographs from the Golden Age Survivors in Muncie, IN ranging from 1932 to 2003 regarding Muncie Burris and the Muncie academic community.
This collection includes news articles, correspondence, and other materials from Muncie newspapers and citizens ranging from 1957 to 1992 regarding the law enforcement and political career of James Patrick Carey.
This collection includes documents, photographs, newspaper clippings, and artifacts ranging from 1944 to 1997 regarding transporation history in Muncie and the State of Indiana. The bulk of the collection focuses on bus transportation. One file of note contains an article about journalist and news anchor Jim Lehrer's transporation collection, and included with the article is a personal, handwritten note from Lehrer to John Hardacre.
This collection includes records from the offices of Assessor, Auditor, Board of Commissioners, Agent, Recorder, and Treasurer, primarily from the 1880s. Most of the documents pertain to the construction of the Delaware County Courthouse and jail in the 1880s and the sale of turnpike rights to the Board of County Commissioners for the sum of $1.00.
This collection is divided into three series: account books, which contains Dr. Bell’s financial dealings, including payment from patients and money paid out for supplies; daybooks, which gives names of patients, reason for doctor's visit and charge for services; PSC.113 contains two picture postcards, one of Dr. Bell and one of Dr. Bell and his daughter.
This collection includes minutes, account books, cemetery lot deeds, burial permits, and ledgers from Jones Cemetery Association in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1904 to 1985 regarding the company and its activities.
The collection contains a manuscript titled, "Dreamers and Dealers."
This collection includes anniversary programs (1950-1980), constitution and by-laws (1968-1979), annual reports (1975-1976), correspondence from Jack Carmichael (1966-1984), club history (1984), membership address books (1966-2006), issues of the Kiwanis News (1968-1983), newspaper clippings (1966-1981), and board of directors meeting minutes (1920-2005) from the Kiwanis Club in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1920-2005 regarding the club and its activities.
This collection includes a newspaper article, an honorary degree, family reunion invitations, and photographs from the family of L.A. Pittenger in Muncie, Indiana ranging from circa 1890 to 1965.
This collection includes photographs, newspaper clippings and general publicity collected by Larry and Sonja Rees regarding plays performed by the the new Muncie Civic Theatre in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1960 to 2009 regarding the Young Actors Workshop.
This collection includes meeting minutes, correspondence, news clippings, publications, and other materials from the League of Women Voters of Muncie in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1957 to 1989 regarding the establishment of the Muncie league and its activities, and State of Indiana and National League of Women Voters events and activities.
This collection includes financial ledgers from John R. Lennington, Jacob N. Lennington, and Wayne J. Lennington in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1983 to 1991 regarding family finances and the finances of family owned businesses, presumably property rentals and the Wayne J. Lennington law office.
This collection contains copies of each of Parkinson's columns.
This collection contains six volumes and one binder of genealogy research for the Lewellen and Pittenger families. Compiled in 2022, each volume follows the Lewellen genealogy in chronological order and tells the story of the Lewellen family and their path from across the sea in England to a prominent family in Muncie history.
This collection includes an Abraham Lincoln biography, brochures, newspaper clippings and Lincoln Lore newsletters ranging from 1931 to 1962 regarding Abraham Lincoln, the Lincoln National Life Foundation, and activities surrounding the late President.
This collection includes newspaper clippings, students papers, and other documents collected by Archives and Special Collections staff documenting the history of Muncie and Delaware County, Indiana.
This collection includes correspondence (with transcripts), postcards, genealogy research notes, commencement programs, newspaper clippings, and photographs from the Lotz family in Delaware and Jay Counties ranging from the 1860s to 2008 regarding the history of the Lotz family.
This collection includes photographs, audiovisual materials, correspondence, cookbooks, handwritten sheet music, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and other materials pertinent to the life of Lucina Ball Moxley, including her musicianship, her travels across the world, and her family. It ranges from roughly 1900 to 2018.
This collection includes photographs, scrapbooks, and yearbooks from Lydia Jane Streib in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1888 to 1931 regarding Ball State history yearbooks, Retro yearbooks, Washington D.C. scrapbook, and Streib's personal correspondence.
The collection includes documents related to the Maddy family, including mortgages, judgments, tax receipts, cancelled notes, death receipts, a letter of guard, commissioner's deed, and correspondence from 1838 to 1917.
The collection focuses on various aspects of the church's one hundred years. Items include: building campaign materials; programs relating church dedication; anniversary celebrations, directories; Loyal Workers class records; news clippings; proposal for educational unit; Willing Winning Workers records; and items of Methodist women's groups. A separate photo collection, PSC 170, contains twenty-four items on various aspects of Madison Street United Methodist.
This collection includes papers, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks from the Mansfield-Hughes family in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1939 to 2005.