Local News depicting eastern Howard County in Indiana. Headlines: New Meridian Street Christian Church To Be Dedicated Sunday; Get Together Convention, Twenty Third Anniversary of Kokomo District C. E. Union To Meet At Greentown October 8-10
Local News depicting eastern Howard County in Indiana. Headlines: Minstrel To Be Given At H.S. Auditorium; "No Saloon" Rally At Peru Sunday; High School Annual Out Tuesday Morn; Much Confusion of Delinquent Taxes
Jesse Dorsey wrote a form letter every month and mailed them to active duty soldiers. This letter was sent to Jimmie Sanders and has personal note to him at the end. In this letter Jesse describes various happenings around Speed and Sellersburg...
Louisville Cement Company (Speed, Ind.); The Warning Star (Louisville Cement Company employee newsletter); Speed, Ind.; Sellersburg, Ind.; Employees' magazines, newsletters, etc.
This is the April 1967 issue of The Speed Way. The Speed Way was a monthly newsletter of the Louisville Cement Company in Speed, Indiana. The newsletter was focused on safety issues at the plant but also included human interest stories. Prior to...
Legislative journals--Indiana--Periodicals; Indiana--Politics and government--Periodicals; Indiana General Assembly
The Maurer School of Law, Indiana University, Bloomington received an LSTA Grant to scan, markup, and make available the Brevier Legislative Reports. The Reports are a transcription of the proceedings of the Indiana General Assembly from the...
Monroe County (Ind.) -- History; Wylie, Redick McKee (1831 - 1904) -- Correspondence; Wylie Family -- Correspondence; Bloomington (Ind.) -- History
Writes about monetary arrangements with Anderson, inquires about Andrew's trip to Richmond, talks about babies in the family, and health of Elizabeth. Writes about the weather, crops, and political gossip.
Monroe County (Ind.) -- History; Bloomington (Ind.) -- History; Wylie, Jane Melheme (Jen) (1836 - 1865); Wylie Family -- Correspondence; Women -- Indiana -- Monroe County
Jane asks for assistance with finding a job in Bloomington, expresses home sickness, difficulty getting mail from relatives in the Southern states, requests that the letter be destroyed so that no one else might read it.