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    • Hunter, Helen to Anna Maclure, January 19, 1844.

    • Personal correspondence; Great Britain -- History -- 19th century; Hunter, Helen, approximately 1809- -- Family; Hunter, David (Reverend), -1878; Hunter, Walter
    • From Alvechurch, England, Helen Hunter writes to her aunt, Anna Maclure, New Harmony, Indiana, on January 19, 1844. Gives updates on family in Scotland and England, including comments on her brother David's future plans.
    • Hunter, Helen to Anna Maclure, December 21, 1842.

    • Personal correspondence; Great Britain -- History -- 19th century; Hunter, Helen, approximately 1809- -- Family; Hunter, David (Reverend), -1878 -- Family; Monro, Jessie Hunter, 1804-
    • From Alvechurch, England, Helen Hunter writes to her aunt, Anna Maclure, New Harmony, Indiana, on December 21, 1842. Gives updates on family in Scotland and England, including death of David's wife and comments on mental health and well-being of...
    • Hunter, Helen to Anna Maclure, August 31, 1841.

    • Personal correspondence; Great Britain -- History -- 19th century; Hunter, Helen, approximately 1809- -- Family; Hunter, Anne; Hunter, David (Reverend), -1878
    • From Craiglockhart, Scotland, Helen Hunter writes to her aunt, Anna Maclure, New Harmony, Indiana, on August 31, 1841. Gives updates on family in Scotland, specifically discusses her brother's, David Hunter, clerical duties, her sister, Anne...
    • Hunter, Alexander to Anna Maclure, April 18, 1842.

    • Personal correspondence; Great Britain -- History -- 19th century; Hunter, Alexander -- Family; Profession (in religious orders, congregations, etc.); Hunter, David (Reverend), -1878; Monro, Jessie Hunter, 1804-
    • From Alvechurch, Worcestershire County, England, Alexander Hunter writes to his aunt, Anna Maclure, New Harmony, Indiana, on April 18, 1842. Expresses his gratitude for sending him copy of William Maclure's memoir. Gives updates on his siblings,...
    • Archer family

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    • Standing: Beedie Archer. Seated from (left to right): Peggy (Archer) Cates, Blanch (Willoughby) Archer, Reverend Woodrow Archer, Diane (Archer) Richey. Keywords: family, portrait.
    • Harold C. Feightner Oral History Transcript

    • Oral history; Oral histories; Interviews; Interviewing; Indiana--History; Journalists; Newspapers; Politics and government; Indiana--Politics and government; Politicians; Depressions; New Deal, 1933-1939; Childhood; Family life; Huntington (Ind.);...
    • Transcript of an oral history interview with Harold C. Feightner, a long-time newspaper man in Indianapolis, Indiana during World War I, Prohibition, and the Depression Era, regarding his career and numerous Hoosier public figures and politicians...
    • Reverend Charles F. Hansing

    • Oakwood Park; Reverend Charles F. Hansing; Campmeeting Committee; Evangelical Association; photograph
    • This is a photograph of Reverend Charles F. Hansing. He is a member of the committee from the Evangelical Association that purchased the Oakwood property from William Jackson Frederick in 1893.
    • Reverend David S. Oakes

    • Oakwood Park; David S. Oakes; Campmeeting Committee; Evangelical Association; photograph
    • This is a photograph of Reverend David S. Oakes. He is a member of the committee from the Evangelical Association that purchased the Oakwood property from William Jackson Frederick in 1893.
    • Reverend David E. Martz

    • Oakwood Park; David E. Martz; Campmeeting Committee; Evangelical Association; photograph
    • This is a photograph of Reverend David E. Martz. He is a member of the committee from the Evangelical Association that purchased the Oakwood property from William Jackson Frederick in 1893.
    • Reverend Mother Seraphine

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    • A photograph and short article from the Ferdinand News newspaper in a full-page feature on the history of the town of Ferdinand, IN. Pictured is Reverend Mother Seraphine, prioress of the Benedictine community at Ferdinand. Keywords: portrait, nun,...

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