Collection #
BV 3459

 

 

Hannah culley Mansur
scrapbook, 18651890

Collection Information

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Contents

Cataloging Information

 

 

 

Processed by

Paul Brockman
23 December 1991


Revised by Glenn McMullen
27 January 2003

Manuscript and Visual Collections Department
William Henry Smith Memorial Library
Indiana Historical Society
450 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202-3269

www.indianahistory.org

 

COLLECTION INFORMATION

VOLUME OF
COLLECTION:

1 bound volume

COLLECTION
DATES:

18651890

PROVENANCE:

Mrs. George E. Hume, Overlook Hope Ranch, Santa Barbara, California, 1953

RESTRICTIONS:

None

COPYRIGHT:

 

REPRODUCTION
RIGHTS:

Permission to reproduce or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Indiana Historical Society.

ALTERNATE
FORMATS:

None

RELATED
HOLDINGS:

None

ACCESSION
NUMBER:

1953.0005

NOTES:

This collection had been previously numbered M 0596.

BIOGRAPHiCAL SKETCH

Hannah Ann Culley Mansur was born in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, around 1819, the daughter of newspaperman David V. Culley. In 1838 the family moved to Indianapolis, and in 1847, she married William Mansur, an Indianapolis businessman engaged in the pork industry. According to the source below, she was alive in 1907.

Source: Indiana Biographical Series (Indiana State Library), Cottman, vol. 5, page 21.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The scrapbook is made up almost entirely of business and personal name cards from the 1870s and 1880s. There are also a few other types of well-wishing items from the same period.

 

CONTENTS

CONTENTS

CONTAINER

Hannah Culley Mansur Scrapbook, 18651890

BV 3459

 

CATALOGING INFORMATION

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