Letters; Milroy family--Correspondence; Finance, Personal
A letter from Milroy's wife, Mary, thanking him for the money he sent home. He should continue to send money when he can so she can pay off the mortgage. She also writes about family, the weather and the garden.
Letters; Milroy family--Correspondence; Real property--Ownership; Finances, Personal; Skirmishing; Postal service
A letter to Milroy's wife, Mary, writing of his near confrontation with Forrest. He also states that the mail had stopped for 10 days due to the Forrest raid. He writes of financial matters and addresses Mary's queries about selling a piece of...
Local news depicting eastern Howard County in Indiana. Headlines: Dancin' in the Street [photo]; Exhibit to Feature Early Settlers; Swayin' to the Music [photo]; New Weight Room Hours; Tree Steward Classes to be Held
Monroe County (Ind.) -- History; Bloomington (Ind.) -- History; McCalla, Elizabeth Wylie (1821 - 1900); Wylie Family -- Correspondence; Women -- Indiana -- Monroe County
Writes about coming down to Bloomington to take care of Redick and how John McCalla is boarding with his sister. Lists people in the house. Mentions the hired man - named Sam - who is a deserter from the Rebel army. Discusses Jane�s health.
Letters; Milroy family--Correspondence; Home life; Postal service; Elections; Home economics--Equipment and supplies
A letter from Milroy's wife, Mary, writing that she is pleased that Colfax was re-elected. She attended a lecture given by someone who had been with Milroy in Virginia. She reports about their winter supplies as well as the activities of some...
Letters; Milroy family--Correspondence; Finances, Personal; Real property--Ownership; Speeches, addresses, etc.
A letter from Milroy's wife, Mary, writing of her recent trip to Logansport and Delphi. She heard several people speak in Logansport, including Governor Johnson, a friend of Milroy's. She writes of recent developments regarding the sale of a...
This photograph shows a woman gardening at Oakwood Park, Lot 1. Lot 1 was known in the early years of Oakwood Park as Fredericks' Island. Camp Comfort's name was later changed to "Home Comfort." By 1905, porches had been added to the original house.