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    • Fox family and their farm house

    • Agricultural laborers; Farmers' groups; Agriculture; Agriculture -- Indiana -- Knox County; Blind persons; Blindness; Architecture; Farmhouses; Farm life; Farmhouses; Farms; Dolls--1910-1920; Dolls--United States;
    • Photo of the Fox family in front of their house, which was built in the summer of 1895, replacing a log cabin. The house had central heating and a dumb waiter from kitchen to basement. L to R-Hired Hand (name unknown), Bertha Fox (Grable), farmer...
    • Schatter family Portrait, standing beside their home.

    • Architectural decorations & ornaments; City & town life; Clothing & dress; Group portraits; Family life;
    • Photo of the Schlatter family standing beside their house, located in Section 23, Van Buren Township, Clay County, Indiana, July, 1900. Front row: Howard Schlatter, Elzie Schlatter, Rose Schlatter, Odell Schlatter. Back row: Louise Wilson...
    • Portrait of two sisters

    • Family farms -- Indiana; Family life; Clothing & dress; Flowers; Photographs; Photographic prints; Families; Women's clothing; Studio props; Women; Women's clothing; Twins;
    • Photo is of two sisters, L to R Caroline Wilhelmine (Minnie) (Sander) Greaper and her sister, Helena (Lena) (Sander) Schroeder, standing. Each sister was born with a twin, who died in infancy, Lena a sister and Minnie a brother. Another set of...
    • Dennis Latta as Little Lord Fauntleroy

    • Literature; Children performing in theatrical productions; Children's clothing & dress; Children's theater;
    • Photo of Dennis Latta dressed up in a Little Lord Fauntleroy outfit. Taken in Seelyville, Indiana, in 1952. Little Lord Fauntleroy was a character in a book, by same name, by Frances H. Burnett and 1936 movie.
    • Hog butchering crew

    • Butchers; Agricultural laborers; Agriculture; Agricultural productivity; Agricultural machinery & implements; Swine;
    • Photograph of hog butchering crew of five men, one with rife, one with an axe, another with a knife, with hog carcasses hanging between them. In 1890 (?) in Davies County, Indiana, near Swan Pond. Man holding axe, second from right, is Benjamin...
    • Protrait of lady in a big hat

    • City & town life -- Indiana -- North Terre Haute; Millinery; Hairstyles; Clothing & dress; Pearls; Women's clothing; Women; Women's clothing;
    • Dark haired woman, Orbie Hudson Rowe, portrait photo taken in a large hat and with a large pearl pendant necklace displayed. Taken in Terra Haute, Indiana in 1914.
    • Photo portrait of Benjamin G. Schroeder in Army uniform.

    • Military education; Military service; Military uniforms; Military training; Portrait photographs; Portrait photographs; Soldiers;
    • Portrait of Benjamin G. Schroeder, age 21, standing in Army uniform of World War I. Taken at Lorrain Studio, 47 West 42nd Street, New York City, New York, in 1917. He graduated from the Coast Artillery Class, at Fort Monroe, Virginia, in November,...
    • Schroeder family portrait

    • Family farms -- Indiana; Family; Family trees; Clothing & dress;
    • Schroeder family photo, taken about 1895, in Widner Township, one mile north of Freelandville. The parents are sitting L to R, John Cord Schoeder II, and Henrette (Sander) Schoeder. Standing L to R, Fred, William, Herman, Sophie (Schroeder)...
    • Henry Schlatter's family portrait

    • Photographers; Photographic studios; Photographs; Farmers; Family farms -- Indiana; Family; Foster home care; Foster home care;
    • Family photograph of Henry J. (Squire) Schroeder and Helena (Lena) (Sander) Schroeder, foster son, Charles Dixon, and baby Clara. Taken by a traveling photographer, W. M. Wesner of Newberry, Indiana about 1894 in Freelandville, Indiana. Lena lived...
    • Studio portrait of couple

    • Couples; City & town life; Clothing & dress; Portrait photographs; Portraits; Postcards; Photographers; Photographic studios;
    • Portrait of Isreal Nixon and his wife, Elizabeth (Pickle) Nixon about 1850-1860. They are from Widner Township, Knox County, Indiana. It was taken in the studio of M. F. Hatton's , on corner of 2nd and Main Streets, Vincennes, Indiana.
    • Portrait of Noble Fox

    • Hats; Pipes (Smoking); Blindness; Blind persons; Portrait photographs; Portraits; Clothing & dress;
    • Photo portrait of Noble Fox, smoking a pipe, and wearing a hat. He was blinded at 16. Taken in Washington Township, Knox County, Indiana.
    • Ferdinand Fox portrait

    • Cities & towns -- Indiana -- Vincennes; City & town life; Clothing & dress; Men; Photographs; Farms; Farming;
    • Portrait of Ferdinand Fox, son of Stephen Fox, a farmer in Washington Township, Knox County, Indiana.
    • Photograph of Clarence Latta's team of horses

    • Horse teams; Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses; Carriages & coaches; City & town life; City & town life;
    • Photo of a matched team of three white horses (third horse is barely visible) pulling a small buggy with the owner, Clarence Latta, on left, and Clifford Latta, on right.
    • 1936 confirmation class of Bethel Church

    • Cities & towns; Church & education; Churches; Confirmations; Roses; Sunday schools;
    • Picture of 1936 Confirmation Class (and Pastor) of the Bethel Church, R. R. #1, Edwardsport, Indiana. Girls are wearing white dresses, boys are in suits and ties, and all have a rose pinned onto their shoulder. One boy is Paul R. Schuckman.
    • Classroom Photo of W. H. Harrison School 2nd & 3rd Grades.

    • Scholars; School buildings; School children; Teaching; Teachers; Children; Photographs;
    • Miss Sandra Hedrick's class of Second and Third grades, at William Henry Harrison (Elementary) School for the 1959-1960 school year. Located on 8th street, in Vincennes, Indiana. Principal was Beulah T. Miller. Roll Call: (near windows) L to R:...
    • Girls in first communion dresses

    • Children; Communion; Religious articles; Religion; Religious education; Rites & ceremonies;
    • Two young girls in white First Communion dresses with bows and flowers in their hair. The girl on the left, holding a candle stick, is identified as Margaret O'Brien, age 13. The other, holding a prayer book, is unknown. Taken in the early...

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