Ball State University - Bracken Library
The collection consists of personal papers, photographs, audiovisual records, and artifacts ranging from 1903 to 2008 documenting the life and professional career Dr. Otis R. Bowen. Included are papers related to Dr. Otis R. Bowen's tenure as an Indiana state legislator, Governor of Indiana, professor of medicine, and Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Bowen's papers contain extensive documentation of the many issues that dominated his time as governor of Indiana and Secretary of Health and Human Services. The records include correspondence with constituents and prominent government officials, newspaper clippings, briefings, policy reports, speeches, and other writings on a variety of state, national, and international issues. The papers also include photographs, campaign memorabilia, and videotapes. Subjects covered in the papers are of state, national and global importance. From his time as governor, topics of importance include medical malpractice ... Read More
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes a savings card from the postal service
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes digital copies of the Presidential Nominee Advance Operations manual from the Robert J. Dole 1996 presidential campaign and the Vice Presidential Nominee Advance Operations manual from the 2008 John McCain presidential campaign. The manuals outline detailed expectations, requirements, and procedures for planning for nominee visits including room setup, transportation, communication with campaign officials, and other directives
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection consists of a documentary titled The Career Stories of Broadcast Journalist Steve Bell created by filmmaker Robert Mugge. The documentary contains four and a half hours of interviews, news footage, and photographs, all of which focus on Steve Bell's career as a broadcast journalist. The interviews were conducted in Muncie, Indiana on July 19-21, 2013
Ball State University - Bracken Library
This collection includes a brochure from May 1994 regarding David McIntosh and his campaign for Congress
Massachusetts Historical Society
Copies of letters of Elbridge Gerry, delegate to the Continental Congress, signer of the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation, U.S. rep. from Mass., member of the XYZ mission to France in 1798, governor of Mass. (1810-12), and vice-president under James Madison (1812-14). The copies were reproduced from materials in various repositories and in private hands by George A. Billias for his historical and biographical research on Gerry. The collection also includes 2 index card files which serve as a control file for the collection and a typescript of a thesis entitled, "A Study in Dissent: Warren-Gerry Correspondence 1776-1792," by C. Harvey Gardiner (later published as a book)
Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers and photocopies of papers of the Hayward family, 1777-1888, including letters written and received by Nathan (1762-1848), James Warren (1733-1866), James W. (1833-1923), James Thatcher, and Nathan (1830-1866) Hayward. Includes letters and photocopies of letters pertaining to surgeon Nathan Hayward's (1762-1848) service in the 3rd sub-Legion of the United States Army during the campaigns against Native Americans and Wayne's Campaign in 1794; Dr. James W. Hayward's service in the 44th Mass. Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company F (Charles Storrow's) during the Civil War, 1862-64; condolences for the deaths of Nathan (1830-1866) and James Warren; and other Hayward family affairs. Also includes Hayward, Winslow, and Russell family genealogical notes; a typescript copy of the Hayward genealogy; photocopies of deeds for land in Plymouth, Mass.; and a puzzle created by Nathan Hayward (1830-1866)
Massachusetts Historical Society
Manuscript copy of a diary kept by George A. Hitchcock from 1862-1865 while serving in Company A, 21st Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment during the Civil War. Diary entries describe officers and men, military drills, camp life, assisting the wounded while on hospital duty, and daily activities. Also, accounts of the battles of Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Cold Harbor, the siege of Knoxville, Tenn., capture by Rebel troops, imprisonment at Andersonville Prison during the summer of 1864, and his return home
Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers of merchant, financier, and legislator Samuel Hooper, ca. 1836-1902. Correspondence, financial papers, deeds, government papers, printed materials, and estate papers document his business and political careers, including his tenure in the United States House of Representatives from 1861 until his death in 1875, during which Hooper helped shape the finance and currency policies of the Civil War. Includes correspondence of Hooper's father-in-law William Sturgis, his wife Anne Sturgis Hooper, and Salmon Portland Chase, U.S. secretary of state and chief justice, as well as papers of banker Frederick Dobbs Tappan
Massachusetts Historical Society
Diary kept by Priv. John E. Bassett of Southbridge, Mass., kept while serving with Company D of the 25th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, 1861-64. Bassett maintained almost daily records of camp life including drills, inspections, and dress parades; records of sick, wounded, and killed men; and details of Burnside's expedition to North Carolina, 1862, the Battle of Cold Harbor, 1864, and other campaigns and skirmishes in North Carolina and Virginia. The diary was later used by Bassett as an account book, 1875-76; and to record Union songs heard at reunions, 1880-83

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