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This collection contains photocopies of newspaper clippings regarding the famous game from the Muncie Star, the Indianapolis Star, and the Indianapolis News.
This collection includes city ordinances and resolutions from the City Clerk's office in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1891-1922, predominantly 1893-1919, regarding street, alley, sidewalk, and sewer improvements in Muncie, Indiana and surrounding areas.
This collection includes plans and reports from the Muncie Community Development Office in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1954 to 1989 regarding local schools, parks, the central business district and recreational facilities, public services, traffic studies, economic inventories and prospects, and guidelines for progress.
This collection includes personnel directories, annual reports, financial reports, commencement programs, program proposals, newsletters, and calendars from the Muncie Community Schools in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1874 to 1995 regarding staffing, educational programs and other school activities.
This collection includes administrative records, Board of Directors and Executive Committee meeting minutes, membership directories, reports, stock certificates, programs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, and other records from the Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1902 to 2017 regarding businesses and community development in Muncie and Delaware County.
The collection consists mostly of reunion scrapbooks. There is also a folder of reunion programs and some related material. A few newsclippings are also included.
This collection includes correspondence, reports, and other records from the Human Rights Commission in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1967 to 1979 regarding appointments to the commission and the commission's initiatives to advocate for equality in employment, housing, youth recreation, education and other aspects of life in the city.
This collection contains records from the Muncie Indiana Transit System (MITS) in Muncie, Indiana for the years 1941-2012 and included Board of Directors meeting minutes and agendas, correspondence, budget information, project plans and proposals, marketing and management files, financial records, subject files, photographs, scrapbooks, and other records documenting services, routes, fares, ridership and construction primarily from 1981-2004.
The index lists labor organizations in Muncie from the late-19th through the early 20th century. Information includes name of organization, union leaders, and meeting information (when available). Information is drawn in part from Muncie City Directories.
This collection contains records from the Muncie Masonic Temple Association ranging from 1920 to 1940 and includes membership subscription record books, receipt books, and voucher books documenting donations to and payments from the organization to fund the construction of the third Masonic Temple building; architectural drawings for the Masonic Temple created by the Indiana Bridge Company; and an embossing press featuring the organization's logo.
This collection includes administrative records, correspondence, programs, scrapbooks, secretaries' records books, secretaries' reports, yearbooks, and Student and Junior Matinee Musicale records and scrapbooks from the Muncie Matinee Musicale club in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1889 to 2001 regarding club history and administration, and Matinee Musicale and Junior Matinee Musicale events and activities.
The collection consists of various publications dealing with the Muncie Police Department, including a manual of rules and regulations, newspaper clippings, a 1971-1972 street guide and a guide to the Department entitled, "To Serve and To Protect."
This collection includes photographic slides, negatives, 16mm films, and reel-to-reel audio tapes from the Muncie Microcosm of America art show held in Muncie in 1972.
This collection includes annual reports, bank statements, financial records, minutes, newsletters, and scrapbooks from the Muncie Mission Auxiliary and the Women’s Auxiliary of the Muncie Mission from 1952-1992. It also has some membership cards and rules and bylaws. It also includes photographs of Auxiliary members.
This collection includes documents, newsletters, and pamphlets from the Community Committee on Peace, from 1968-1971, as well as newsletters from the Muncie Peace Network, 1982 and 1983, and documents and pamphlets from the Center for Peace and Life Studies.
The index lists professional photographers in Muncie from the late-19th through the mid-20th century. Information includes photographers’ names, business addresses, and biographical information (when available). Information is drawn in part from Muncie City Directories. Photographers whose photographs are held by Archives and Special Collections are noted.
This collection includes committee minutes and agendas from 1986-1991 and secretary's notes from 1990-1995. Also included are copies of the "Impact" newsletter, newspaper clippings and the committee's mission statement and goals report.
This collection includes minutes from the Muncie Redevelopment Commission’s meetings. The records are from January 15, 1980 to December 2, 2004. Minutes from the meeting discuss loans, intended for rehabilitation, given to property owners. General administrative tasks are also discussed, such as the nomination of a new president. Minutes from August 20, 1998 to December 2, 2004 are available as PDF files and TIF files. The originals were scanned and returned to the Commission.
This collection includes the Happy Hounder Newsletter (1975-2002), minutes (1995-2002), by-laws (1971), and original artwork for the first newsletter (1972). Newsletters contain all events and activities of the club, and also some budgetary information like dues and other administrative information such as club officer elections, a yearly undertaking.
The collection contains clippings from the Muncie Daily Times (August 21, 1893 to September 25, 1893), and the Muncie Morning News (August 18, 1893 to November 4, 1893) on the smallpox epidemic in Muncie. Also included is an outline of the event and two excerpts from the "History of Delaware County, Indiana" and "A Twentieth Century History of Delaware County, Indiana."
This collection contains the records of the Muncie Torch Club and includes administrative records (constitution and bylaws, meeting minutes, reports), publications, and annual yearbooks created between 1950 and 1992.
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.
The collection of family history contains correspondence, genealogies from several lines, a scrapbook from the Daughters of the American Revolution, and war records. The information covers 1816 to 1963. P.001 includes photographic prints organized by family or individual photographed and described at the folder level. Tintypes and one daguerreotype are included in a separate box for preservation purposes.
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.
- Stoeckel Archives of Local History 324
- Middletown Studies Collection 1
- Special Collections 1
- Muncie (Ind.) 202
- Delaware County (Ind.) 157
- Documents 155
- Correspondence 105
- Muncie (Ind.) -- History -- 20th century -- Sources 98
- Photographs 87
- Delaware County (Ind.) -- History -- 20th century -- Sources 76
- Clippings 47
- Newsletters 43
- Newspapers 43
- Scrapbooks 42
- Publications 38
- Muncie (Ind.) -- History -- 19th century -- Sources 33
- Organizations 32
- Financial records 25
- Local history 25
- Muncie (Ind.) -- History -- 21st century -- Sources 24
- Delaware County (Ind.) -- History -- 19th century -- Sources 23
- Family -- History 22 ∧ less
- Indiana Bridge Company (Muncie, Ind.) 3
- Graham, Frederick 2
- Ball State University. College of Architecture and Planning 1
- Ferris, Rev. James S., 1818-1870 1