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    • Normal Advance 1896

    • Indiana State Normal School; Terre Haute (Ind.); Student organizations; Student activities; Students; Advertisements; Sports; Athletes; College yearbooks; College students; College teachers; Universities & colleges; Periodicals; Periodical...
    • The first edition of the Indiana State Normal School Advance, the campus publication which featured the 1895-1986 school year.
    • Glenn Echo, December 22, 1933, Glenn, Indiana

    • Newspapers; Schools; Students; Student works; Drawings; Santa Claus; Reindeer; Caricatures and cartoons; Editors; Reporters; Christmas; Quotations; Poetry; Literature; Journalism; Clubs; Sports; Joking; Trees; Glenn High School (Glenn, Ind.)
    • Mimeographed copy of the December 1933 Glenn Echo. The front and back covers are red with Christmas related drawings on each. A poem is on the back cover above a scene of people dragging along a sleigh on a full moon night beneath a tree. The...
    • Terre Haute  Council minutes

    • City councils; Terre Haute (Ind.); Terre Haute (Ind.) Common Council -- Public records;
    • This begins the record of the Terre Haute City Council minutes. It begins on June 9th, 1853 and goes thru the meeting on January 2, 1854.
    • Disability note for a miner

    • Goleic, Peter -- Health; Coal miners -- Indiana -- Vermillion County -- Health; Physicians -- Manuscripts;
    • This manuscript doctor's note for Peter Goleic [?] explains the miner's inability to work due to a fractured left arm. The note was issued on December 23, 1914 by Dr. A. Salaroglio, who functioned as a Consigliere for local immigrants.
    • Dick Thomas and his mule Julie

    • Coal mines and mining -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Mules; Coal miners -- Indiana -- Vermillion County -- Portraits;
    • Drawing of coal miner Dick Thomas and his mule, Julie, black magic marker on corrugated brown paper.
    • Veblen, Ellen R. 1921-06-30

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Prisons;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 06/30/1921. Expresses the hope that Eugene V. Debs' inner power is a comfort to him in prison. Says that for 22 years she was the wife of Thorstein Veblen, a "thorough materialist." Writes that a recent experience with...
    • Henry, William H. 1927-09-16

    • Books; Publications; American Appeal; Socialism -- United States -- Newspapers;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on Socialist Party National Office letterhead, 9/16/27. Informs Theodore Debs that he is mailing him the first copy of WALLS AND BARS to come off the press. Writes that the book is made of the very best materials and that it...
    • Arnold, Edward 1948-03-07

    • Theatrical productions; Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926 -- Trials, litigation, etc.;
    • Script, MR. PRESIDENT, 3/7/1948. Episode number 36 on Warren Harding.
    • John F. Kennedy

    • John F. Kennedy; Legends; People; Death; Celebrities; Assassinations; Rumor;
    • R. Board's transcribed interview of JoAnn Fleisher about why Jackie Kennedy married Aristotle Onassis. According to Fleisher, John F. Kennedy did not die when he was shot. He survived as a vegetable and Jackie had to marry Onassis for the money and...
    • John F. Kennedy

    • John F. Kennedy; Legends; People; Death; Celebrities; Assassinations; Rumor;
    • Teresa Corgan's transcribed interview of Mary Kazmer about John F. Kennedy's death and Jackie marrying Aristole Onassis. Kazmer states that JFK did not really die and Jackie married Onassis so she could afford the medical bills.
    • John F. Kennedy

    • John F. Kennedy; Legends; People; Death; Celebrities; Assassinations; Rumor;
    • Loretta Thompson's transcribed personal account of the things she heard about JFK's assassination. Thompson states that people say JFK did not die and he is living in a comatose state at his parents' house in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. She also...
    • John F. Kennedy

    • John F. Kennedy; Legends; People; Death; Celebrities; Assassinations; Rumor;
    • Ann Ledgerwood's transcribed interview of an anonymous source about John F. Kennedy. According to the source, JFK did not die when he was shot and he is a human vegetable. Jackie married Onassis to be able to afford the medical bills. The source...


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