Found in 164 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes documents related to the Aid to Community Service including Food Pantry procedure agreements, rosters, minutes, correspondence, the constitution and by-laws, and information about the food stamp from the Aid to Community Service in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1965 to 1979 regarding the organization`s activities within the community.
The collection consists mostly of Center High School yearbooks with World War I information and correspondence also included.
This collection includes administrative records, award/conference/workshop materials, local club records, financial records, meeting minutes, membership records, newsletters and other publication, scrapbooks, yearbooks, and born digital records from District Six of Altrusa International for the years 1922-2020.
This collection contains records of AARP #1749 Muncie Chapter including meeting minutes, membership lists, newsletters, and financial records as well as AARP’s standing rules and bylaws. The collection also includes photographs, a scrapbook and artifacts both from the Muncie Chapter and the national organization.
This collection includes correspondence, directories, financial records, governing documents, handbooks, manuals, minutes, membership records, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs, programs, reports, scrapbooks and other material created and collected by the American Legion Delaware Post 19 in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1919 to 1978 regarding the activities, administration, history, initiatives, and meetings of the local, state, and national branches of the American Legion.
This collection includes programs and fliers, correspondence, board meeting minutes, financial reports, and dance committee meeting minutes from the America's Hometown Band records in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1994 to 2006 regarding the organization and its activities.
This collection contains materials created and used by Anne Pieroni Szopa from 1958 to 2006. It includes Szopa's coursework from her undergraduate and graduate coursework from the College of Mount St. Joseph and Ball State University, respectively. It also contains publications, research materials, and coursework from her time as a professor of gender studies at Ball State University. Finally, it includes some personal papers, including correspondence and photographs.
This accession includes manuscripts, research files, oral histories, and indices from Anthony O. Edmonds and E. Bruce Geelhoed's 2001 book entitled, Ball State University: An Interpretive History.
This collection includes clippings, correspondence, pamphlets, publications, records, and reports from various organizations affiliated with Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana ranging from the 1970s to the 1990s regarding clubs, committess, and student organizations.
This colleciton includes news releases, clippings, and photographs collected by the Ball State University Office of University Marketing and Communications ranging from 1955 to 1975. Additionally the collection features correspondense, donor lists, collection information, annual reports, and biennial reports created by the Ball State University Museum of Art from 1943 to 2019.
This collection includes the NSTA awards ceremonies programs, budgets, constitution and by-laws, correspondence, executive board records, membership lists, minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, scarpbooks and reports ranging from 1977 to 1997.
This collection includes publications and correspondences from Ball State University in Munice, Indiana ranging from 1918 to 1962 regarding the alumni association, alumni and veterans.
This collection includes agenda, clippings, correspondence, documents, fliers, leaflets, memoranda, minutes, pamphlets, and proceedings regarding religious organizations, denominations and sects with presences on Ball State University’s campus.
This collection includes an organizational history, financial records, newspaper clippings, newsletters, program books, minutes, agenda, correspondence, photographs, newcomers’ reports, and treasurers’ books ranging from 1931 to 2004.
The collection consists of materials dealing with the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), the National Organization of Women (NOW) and the League of Women Voters, including by-laws, correspondence, newsletters, and related materials for all three organizations.
This collection includes records regarding the Ball State University Bicentennial of the Constitution celebration held in 1987 at the E.B. and Bertha C. Ball Center.
This collection includes photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, genealogy notes, negatives, and audio and video recordings from the Bower family of Indiana ranging from 1871 to 2001 regarding Bower and Dowell family history.
This collection includes a manuscript about the Bracken House on Ball State University`s campus, transcripts of interviews with Bracken family members, correspondence, and research notes from Thomas A. Sargent in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1997 to 2000 regarding the home and its inhabitants.
The Brayton Family Collection consists primarily of family photos dating from 1868 to 1958. The oversize materials contain Amy Botkin's scrapbook, which includes letters, photos, brochures, and invitations (1907-1960), as well as sketches and paintings done by Margaret Brayton.
This collection includes papers and project files collected by C. Warren Vander Hill regarding Middletown Studies and the Middletown Film project in Muncie, Indiana from 1959 to 1990.
The Caldwell, Meeker, and High families papers includes correspondence from the Caldwell, Meeker, and High families. The collection is divided into series by family. The Caldwell family papers includes correspondence and documents concerning family and business affairs (1857-1928). The High family papers includes correspondence between Ansen High and his wife Mary during the Civil War (1862). The Meeker family papers includes correspondence from Minor Meeker (1836-1885).
The collection includes information and memorabilia of the Cassady and Nelson families. Included are correspondence, account books, programs, photographs, and obituaries of various family members from 1759 to 1961. Also included are the Civil War letters and diaries and other papers of D.W. (Derastus) Nelson, Louise Nelson’s brother from 1858-1865.
This collection includes copies of the school`s newspaper, the Center Chatter, from 1930-1963; the school`s yearbook, Memoria, from 1963-1966; personal memorabilia from graduates; and copies of the 1999 Indiana Heritage Research grant application that made this collection possible.
This collection includes administrative and financial records, journals, annual conference programs, oversize posters, video recordings, and born-digital records from the Central States Communication Association (previously Central States Speech Association) for the years 1937-2014.
This collection includes the unpublished manuscript entitled, Beneficience: A History of Ball State Teachers College (1895-1961) and related correspondence ranging from 1961-1969.