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The collection includes meeting minutes (1940-1951), membership and programs booklets (1945-1959), the club song and research notes by Mary Alice Lanning.
Materials in this collection relate to Cowan High School and Muncie High School, local glass industries, and Muncie and Delaware County businesses and activities ranging from 1886-1979.
This collection includes correspondence, ephemera, and photographs from Eva Boland in Muncie, Indiana ranging from circa 1900 to 1920 regarding her family and activities.
This collection includes a history of the Parke family (1967), bills and receipts (1891-1967), postcards and advertisements (undated), newspaper clippings (1936-1965), and artifacts from the Parke and Everett families of Muncie, Indiana.
The collection contains scrapbooks from the 1955 Delaware County Economic Conference sponsored by the United Auto Workers and the Congress of Industrial Organizations (UAW-CIO) and the 1958-1959 Surplus Food Program. Also includes photographs of union strikes and photographs of prominent politicians campaigning in Indiana, including Lyndon B. Johnson and John F. Kennedy.
This collection includes administrative records including constitutions and bylaws, officer records including budgets and reports, meeting minutes and agendas, correspondence, membership records, committee records, newsletters and other publications, promotional material and event planning records, newspaper clippings, photographs, and artifacts from the Exchange Club of Muncie in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1921 to 2016.
This collection includes slides from a field day event in Muncie, Indiana.
This collection includes slides from the flood in Muncie, Indiana in 1913.
The collection contains "The Girl Graduate" scrapbook, including photographs, autographs, a dance program, graduation and baccalaureate programs, and newspaper clippings. It also includes two clippings describing the Christmas party held by the Amo Patrea Club, of which Topp was a member.
This collection contains a scrapbook of newspaper clippings on various topics related to the history of Indiana including politics, state parks, and historic homes. It was compiled by Frank C. Ball and his bookplate can be found on the inside cover.
The collection includes pamphlets, clippings, and other documents related to the formation of the following local lodges: the Masons, the Knights of Pythias, the Odd Fellows, and the Redmen.
The Fred Graham Circus Research Collection contains a variety of circus-related materials including papers, advertisements, book materials, various publications, research material correspondence, genealogical work, membership information, postcards, show materials, programs, tickets/ticket stubs, Wait for the Muncie Boys, yearbooks, oversize material, photographs, and photograph negatives.
The collection includes the 13 volume diary of Frederick Putnam, dating from May 1846 to January 1900. The diaries contain Putnam’s reflections and observations of various events that occurred during his life as a resident of Muncie. Also included are transcriptions of the diaries dated 1846 to 1883 and photocopies of the diaries dated 1883 to 1900.
This collection includes evaluation forms, project research, publicity documents and questionnaires from the Muncie Public Library ranging from 1981 to 1986 regarding From Distant Shores: The Heritage of Muncie's Families.
This collection includes journals, photographs, and genealogy records from Galyean Family in Blountsville, Indiana ranging from 1866 to 1987. Elizabeth "Lizzie" C. Bainter Galyean's journal includes Civil War era poetry, ledgers, and census records. The collection also includes a register of the deaths of friends of Sylvia Galyean, as well as publications regarding Galyean family genealogy between 1763-1987. PSC.358 includes two photographs of the farm in Blountsville in the 1950s.
This collection includes scrapbooks, correspondence, diaries, publications, newspaper clippings and speeches by Dr. Kemper from 1859-1927. The scrapbooks include information on Dr. Kemper’s travels, including trips to Egypt and Europe, from 1905 to 1913. The correspondence series includes letters between Dr. Kemper and Hattie Kemper during and after the Civil War, from 1859 to 1875.
This collection includes documents related to Geneva Gwin’s leisure activities and Forrest Gwin’s employment at Ball Corporation in Muncie, Indiana from 1924-1970. Also included are a number of business transactions pertaining to Mr. Fred F. Crossfield, possibly Geneva Gwin’s first husband.
The George F. Beatty Research Collection primarily contains materials pertaining to research and work in India and geography, with the exception being a small section dedicated to Ball State sports. This collection includes academic materials, picture studies and clippings, projects, receipts, reports, and information about BSU athletics.
P77 includes photographs of India, including photographs used in Dr. Beatty’s master’s thesis.
OVC 24 includes related maps.
This collection includes personal and business correspondence, Muncie Board of Public Safety documents, a city ordinance regarding jitney busses, and miscellaneous material from George H. Koons in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1904 to 1926 regarding his activities.
The collection includes correspondence from 1924-1934, including a warning from the Ku Klux Klan in 1923, printed material from the Ku Klux Klan, newspaper clippings, and a scrapbook from the Dale family covering the life of George R. Dale through his battles with the Ku Klux Klan and the United States federal and state court systems.
The collection seems to be mostly the papers of Taylor Gibson and his work as township trustee. It includes a brief journal, a teacher's contract book and a series of warranty deeds, mortgage and marriage contracts, dated 1868-1906.
The collection contains an extensive family tree, three nineteenth-century land deeds, a tax letter on Andrews business letterhead, an 1893 list of soldiers buried in Beech Grove Cemetery, and a funeral bill. Related photographs are in PSC 39 and PSC 177.
The collection contains genealogy materials on The Golliher Family and related families, including family record sheets, census notes, obituaries, family trees, cemetery records, newspaper clippings, military documents, notes from marriage record, will books, and maps. Also contains information excerpted from county history books and other sources.