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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 documents, correspondence, Board of Director meeting minutes, maps, and newspaper clippings from the Star Soccer Club in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1991 to 2002 regarding the club`s history and activities.
This collection includes papers, books, newsletters and newspaper clippings relating to the AFL-CIO, GM-UAW, UAW-CIO, and Local 499 in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1940-2005.
This collection includes agendas, correspondence, events records, group information, minutes, newspaper clippings, notes, and publications from the Unity in DiverCity Group in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 2001 to 2012 regarding diversity, race relations, and social justice. The materials were collected by member Donna Bookout and reflect her involvement with the group.
This collection includes bylaws, correspondence, committee documents, meeting minutes, news clippings, newsletters, and promotional material from Westridge Neighborhood Association in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1979 to 2013 regarding neighborhood issues and events.
This collection includes correspondence from Root family members and friends in Indiana ranging from 1901-1945.
This collection includes meeting minutes, annual programs, and the constitution and by-laws from the Women`s Athenaeum Club records in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1894 to 1995 regarding the club and its activities. It also includes a single photograph of a WAC meeting held in 1903.