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    • 1952 Indiana State Teachers College baseball team

    • Education; Indiana State Teachers College; Athletes; Sports; Athletic clubs; Student organizations; Students; Baseball; Baseball players; Teachers colleges;
    • Front Row: Mgr. Bill Taylor, Harold Rost, George Fowler, John Wells, Joe Milligan, Al Spicer, Jack Brown, Kenny Payne, Don Vrabel, Earl Greiger, Dale Smith. Back Row: Coach Wally Marks, Bill Klein, Link Stearly, Darrell Craig, Jack Moon, Ed...
    • 1953 Indiana State Teachers College baseball team

    • Education; Indiana State Teachers College; Athletes; Sports; Athletic clubs; Student organizations; Students; Baseball; Baseball players; Teachers colleges;
    • Back Row: Coach Marks, Dale Smith, John Wells, Jim Fortune, Jerry Long, Tony Milazzo, Pete Kokinda, John Arzumanian, George Miller, Ebbie Robertson, Manager Louis Long. Middle Row: Jack Brown, Francis Stanton, Don Fulk, Ed Jenkins, Lionel Varner,...
    • 1998 Sycamore Tricycle Derby, Indiana State University

    • Indiana State University Homecomings; Homecomings; Fraternities & sororities; Students; Racing; Bicycles & tricycles;
    • Three video clips from the 1998 Sycamore Tricycle Derby: last seven minutes of the women's race, first four minutes of the men's race, and the final six minutes of the men's race. The Trike Race, first held October 11, 1963, is an annual...
    • Al Capone

    • Criminals; Prohibition; Mafia;
    • Lisa Vicars' transcribed account of rumors she heard about Al Capone as a child in Clinton, Indiana. Capone was rumored to have stopped in Clinton, Indiana, frequently for bootlegged alcohol.
    • Al Capone

    • Criminals; Prohibition; Abortions; Mafia;
    • Lisa Vicars' transcribed interview of Hannah Glover about rumors of Al Capone and Rumrunners in Clinton, Indiana. It was rumored that Al Capone brought his girls to a woman in Clinton in order to get abortions.
    • Al Capone

    • Criminals; Prohibition; Mafia;
    • Grant Thurn's transcribed interview of Rebecca Thurn about Al Capone. It was rumored that Capone had a house near Mattoon, Illinois, because it was isolated and would make a good hide-out. There were also rumors about drains in the floorboards of...
    • Al Capone

    • Prohibition; Criminals; Lawyers; Pilots; Airports; Airplanes; Chicago; Heroes; World War, 1939-1945; Medal of Honor; Medals;
    • Ryan M. Procise's transcribed interview of Michael Edward Telley about "Easy Eddie", who was Al Capone's lawyer, and Butch O'Hare, who was a hero in World War II. Easy Eddie was Capone's lawyer who later testified against him and was murdered....
    • Al Capone

    • Prohibition; Legends; People; Alcohol; Criminals; Mafia;
    • Cathey Gutzweiler's transcribed interview of Daniel Gutzweiler about Al Capone. According to Gutzweiler, his grandfather had a run-in with a man who worked for Capone.
    • Al Capone

    • Prohibition; Legends; People; Alcohol; Criminals; Mafia;
    • James Slaven's transcribed interview of Morgan Kyle about Al Capone. According to Kyle, Capone was the most influential bootlegger of the era. There were many small-time bootleggers, but they all answered to Capone.
    • Al Capone

    • Criminals; Hiding; Underground railroad; Illinois; Bread & soup lines; Prohibition;
    • Barbara Vlahos's transcribed interview of Missy Smith's about three different stories. The first story is about Al Capone. According to Smith, Capone had a house in Skylar County, Illinois, and he ran liquor through there as a bootlegger. The...

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