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The collection includes three issues of the Oracle, the yearbook of Burris Laboratory School in Muncie, Indiana (1937-1969). It also includes 12 printed legal briefs of Appellate and Supreme Court of Indiana, involving Mr. Hanley's law firm, Bracken, DeFur, Voran and Hanley. Also includes eight photographs, including photographs of Hanley and John F. Kennedy on Kennedy's visit to Muncie.
This collection includes newspaper clippings, yearbooks, minutes, program activities, treasurer`s reports, photographs, and correspondence from the Mary Martha Club in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1881 to 1977 regarding the group and its activities.
This collection includes 20 cookbooks and other books related to cooking from Miriam Shepherd's Home Economics collection. Publication dates range from 1910-1941.
The collection includes the historical records of Muncie Art Students' League for the years 1892-2019 and includes correspondence, by-laws, financial records, minutes, membership lists, news clippings, annual programs, scrapbooks, photographs, a video recording of a meeting of the Muncie Art Students’ League at Margaret Bumb’s House in 1990, and born-digital working files for the League.
This collection consists of programs, registration material, newspapers clippings, and correspondence relating to the reunions.
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.
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 taped interviews, metadata forms, and photographs from several Ball State University EDFON 420 classes in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 2007 to 2009.
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.
The Naomi G. Weber scrapbook contains photographs, ephemera, correspondence, and clippings regarding her nursing education from the Ball Memorial Hospital School of Nursing from 1950 to 1954.
This collection includes programs of musical performances by the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity held at Ball State University, newspaper clippings regarding the fraternity, photographs, and composite photographs.
This collection includes business records, photographs, documents, and scrapbooks from the Ball State University Theta Sigma Chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron Honorary Society in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1941 to 1983 regarding Theta Sigma Chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron.
This collection includes notes, documents, newspaper clippings, photographs, realia, audio recordings, videos, etc. from Raymond E. White in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1864 to 2013 regarding Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and other B Western actors and actresses.
This collection includes military documents from 1939 to 1989. It also contains engineering projects, correspondence, original literature, newspaper clippings, general World War II documents, books on the history of the 376th Bombardment Group and military photographs.
This collection includes scans of eighteen letters written to Sarah E. McVicker Johnson by her brother, Joseph W. McVicker, and other soldiers from Delaware County during and after the Civil War (1862-1876). PSC 322 includes a scanned photograph of Sarah E. McVicker.