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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.
This collection contains personal correspondence, magazines and news clippings, personal photographs, an unpublished manuscript, and other materials created by or relating to Shirley Puckett Sheperd of Muncie, Indiana for the years 1941-1995. It also three photographs of Shepard as a child: one oversized photograph and two digital photographs.
This collection includes administrative records, financial records, glass formula records and other materials from The Sneath Glass Company in Hartford City, Indiana ranging from 1894 to 2000 regarding the business and production of glass, and a historical account of the company.
This collection includes soil surveys of Delaware County, Indiana from 1915, 1968 and 1972. Also included is a soil map (1970) and related resource facts from the United States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service.
This collection includes correspondence and newsletters from the Sparks Family Association ranging from 1953 to 2008 regarding family history and genealogy.
The collection consists of two series. The first series is correspondence between Jack Carmichael and a number of other members of the SFA, primarily Russell Bidlock. The second series consists of publications series includes volumes I through XVIII of The Sparks Quarterly, spanning from March 1953 to December 1970.
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 consists of one bound volume of issues of The Morning News newspaper published in Muncie, Indiana from January to June 1894.
This collection includes newspapers, photographs, and other records ranging from 1961 to 1983 for the weekly newspapers The Muncie Weekly News (1975-1982) and the Delaware County Sports Times (1982). Both newspapers were published by Joe E. Manfield in Muncie, Indiana under the corporate name Jem-Sue Publications, Inc.
This collection includes a photocopy of the diary written by Thomas Ryan in 1886. Ryan wrote in the diary every day. He recorded the weather, events at school, activities with friends, trips to the library and around town, chores and projects, and special events. The diary also contains an account of his expenses for the year.
This collection includes records of land sales in Boone, Clinton, Delaware, Hamilton, Madison, and Randolph Counties from 1811-1876. These records document the amount of acreage purchased, who purchased the land, the former residence of the purchaser, and the date the land was sold. The collection also includes records of land sales for each township in Delaware County, blank land grid forms, and an unknown land grid and tract book.
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 contains specifications, architectural drawings, plumbing fixture information, hand-written notes regarding construction for a house located at 2008 W. Berwyn in Muncie. This collection also contains correspondence with Dorothy Helmer and the architect's office.
This collection includes financial records, real estate records, correspondence, minutes, yearbooks, photographs, genealogy and other material from the Vernon Freeman family in Delaware County, Indiana ranging from 1850 to 2009 regarding the operations of the Freeman family farm, the establishment and operation of the Farmington Meadows planned community, and the lives of the Freeman and Russell families.
The collection has letters, minutes of meetings, 1919 to 1968, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks, 1951-1974.
A separate series, PSC 86, has 39 pictures of Violet Club members.
The collection consists primarily of meeting minutes and reports (1916-1993). It also contains memorials, manuals with a history and by-laws.
This collection includes brochures, organization charts, personnel records, advertisements, publications, and historical records from Borg-Warner Corporation, Warner Gear Division in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1918 to 1992 regarding the organization structure, personnel, and history of Warner Gear Division.
This collection includes a book of Wesley Foundation Chain Gang meeting minutes from 1935-1995.
This collection includes photocopied materials from newspapers and general histories as well as histories of each lot in the Westwood community, and spans the years 1924-1999. Also included in the collection is the Editing Copy of Westwood: A 75 Year History, along with editing notes and book promotion materials. PSC 273 contains photographs of Westwood houses. V 224 is a taped interview with Bill Spurgeon.
This collection includes documents from The White River Water Garden Society in Muncie, Indiana ranging from July 1998 to July 2010.
This collection includes documents, photographs, slides and an interview from William A. Sutton in Muncie ranging from 1913 to 1985 regarding Sutton's work with the local government, and in religious and secular community organizations.
The collection primarily consists of letters to William H. Williams (1921-1928). It also contains Williams' obituary, notifications of appointment to the Railway Mail Service (1902), a notice of eligibility to the U.S. Civil Service Commission (1902), and a program from the Annual Reunion of the 19th Indiana Volunteers (1921).
This collection contains the audio recordings and edited transcripts of oral history interviews with World War I veterans conducted by William J. Nye, James Andrews, P. Douglas Magers, and Jerry Handfield between 1978 and 1982. Also included are interview video recording about the Blizzard of 1978 in Delaware County, records documenting the deaths of World War I veterans and casualties of the Vietnam War, and Nye's research notes.
This collection includes correspondence from Root family members and friends in Indiana ranging from 1901-1945.