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    • 9th Street Transfer Moving Company truck, Clinton, Indiana

    • Trucks; Moving & storage trade; Household moving; Giacoletto, Joe; Giacoletto, Pete; 9th St. Transfer Moving Company (Clinton, Ind.)
    • Photograph of two trucks belonging to Pete Giancoletto and his son Joe. The 9th Street Moving and Transfer Company was located at 901 North 9th Street, Clinton, Indiana in 1926. Joe is standing in front of the smaller truck and Pete is in the big...
    • Alfred Maritta seated

    • Musicians;
    • Color photograph of Alfred Marietta seated in chair, holding a trumpet. Like many Italians, Alfred Marietta's father encouraged him to play music. He took up the clarinet and then the trumpet. During the Korean Conflict, Al (right) played in a...
    • Andy Daugherty playing drums

    • Musicians;
    • Andy Daugherty's first "gig" was as a teen playing with dance bands on river excursion boats during Prohibition. He went on to play drums locally and with famous musicians such as Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey, Les Brown and Vaughn Monroe. Daugherty was...
    • Anna Naujakatis oral history interview

    • Coal mines and mining -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Coal miners -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Gardening; Shells; Buttons (Fasteners); Immigrants; Women; Oral history; Naujakatis, Anna, 1900-1989;
    • Anna Naujakatis was born in Lithuania in 1900, and moved to Clinton in 1905. Her parents were Joseph and Percella (Maches) Marcinkoski. Anna and Keith Ludden discuss Clinton coal miners and life in Clinton as an immigrant.
    • Arlow Brazeal, oral history interview

    • Fishermen; Fishing boats; Fishing nets; Fishing; Vermillion County (Ind.); Wabash River (Ind.); Brazeal, Arlow, 1913-2000; Oral history;
    • Arlow Brazeal of Newport is a "River rat" - he fishes the Wabash and Vermillion Rivers. Born in 1913, he has also worked as a carpenter. He demostrated netmaking and mussel bars for Keith Ludden and describes in this interview what fishing entails,...
    • Armando Scioldo plays the accordion

    • Accordions; Musicians; Music; Songs, Italian; Scioldo, Armando L., 1918-2000;
    • Armando Scioldo performs favorite songs on the accordion, including "Tick Tock Polka," "My Wild Irish Rose," "Old Purdue," "Together Again," "Tea for Two," and "Always Chasing Rainbows." Scioldo takes requests from the audience and focuses on old...
    • Barbara Aimone oral history interview

    • Aimone, Barbara, 1911-1999; Oral history; Clinton (Ind.) -- History; Cookery (pasta); Italian American women; Cookery, Italian;
    • Barbara Aimone is a first generation American, born in Clinton in 1911. She and her sister Caroline Bonacorsi are well known cooks who prepare traditional Italian specialties such as tortellini. She demonstrated to Keith Ludden how to make some...
    • Bill Walthall oral history interview

    • Maple syrup; Oral history; Quakers; Transportation; Walthall, Bill, 1914-;
    • Bill Walthall of the Dana area has been making maple syrup for a number of years. He was born in 1914 and says he can't remember when his father didn't make maple syrup. He described some of the techniques involved to Keith Ludden.
    • Boys leave for camp

    • Railroad stations; Railroad locomotives; People; Arrivals & departures;
    • View of crowd of people gathered at the train depot in Clinton, Indiana to see off a group of young men on the train to join the army.
    • Building plans approval

    • Building construction; Libraries; Assistance;
    • Letter notification from R.A. Franks of Home Trust Company that Clinton Public Library building plans are approved and funds are available.
    • Cali family, Lyford, Indiana

    • Lyford (Ind.); Families; Clothing & dress; Cali family;Cali, John;Cali, George;Cali, Mary Edna Tennill
    • Picture of the Cali family who lived in Lyford, Indiana. From left to right: 2nd person: John Cali, the baby: George Cali, Mary Edna Tennill Cali (mother).
    • Charles and Bertha Crowder, Lyford, Indiana

    • Lyford (Ind.); Children; Children & animals; Children playing with toys; Children playing with dolls; Children's clothing & dress; Dogs; Carts & wagons; Dolls; Dolls--1910-1920; Strollers (Baby carriages);
    • Picture of Charles and Bertha Crowder taken in front of their home in Lyford, Indiana. He has his arm around a dog in the wagon next to him and she has a doll and strolller in front of her.
    • Children from Lyford, Indiana

    • Lyford (Ind.); Children; Children's clothing & dress;
    • Picture shows a group of children from Lyford, Indiana. Front row, left to right: Mary Lou Gilfoy, Dick Greer, Mickey Greene, and Jack Gilfoy. Back row, left to right: Frank Greene, Mary Greene. It was taken around 1929.

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