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    • Cooper, Andrew G. 1921-11-15

    • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.); Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Political prisoners; World War, 1914-1918; Socialists; Telegrams;
    • Telegram to Eugene V. Debs, signed by Cooper, John M. Levitt, and Carl Parsons, 11/15/1921. Says that they are sending Debs greetings on behalf of the World War Veterans. Tells Debs that they "respect your views and courage." Remarks that they...
    • Cooper, Andrew G. 1921-11-25

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; World War, 1914-1918; Telegrams;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 11/25/1921. Says that Eugene V. Debs appreciated the sentiments expressed in the World War Veteran's "inspiring telegram."
    • Vampires

    • Cowboy boots; Cowboy hats; Legends; Monsters; Vampires;
    • Andrew Woodart Wright shared a folk belief that vampires sometimes defy common expectations and are known to wear trench coats, cowboy boots, and have long hair. Additionally, some look as normal as any other person
    • Vampires

    • Crosses; Legends; Monsters; Sun; Vampires;
    • Andrew Woodard Wright shared a folk belief that vampires can be disabled by crosses, sunlight, holy water, or being staked in the heart. Additionally, they keep dirt from their native land in their coffins and can live off of animals if necessary.
    • 100 steps cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Ghosts; Supernatural; Supernatural beings; Stepping stones; Staircases;
    • Lindsey Ayer collected a legend from Andrew Finley pertaining to the strange happenings at 100 Steps Cemetery located in Brazil, IN.
    • Bond's chapel

    • Cemeteries; Chains; Graves; Supernatural;
    • This is Jordan Wade Eickelberger typewritten account of the legend of the Bonds Chapel tombstone collected by Andrew W. Wilkerson. Jordan explains what he knows about the Bonds Chapel tombstone.
    • Old debt

    • Parke County (Ind.); Tobacco; Debt; Presidents; Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845;
    • One typed page which describes a visit by Andrew Jackson to a store in Blakesburg, Indiana. It is said he bought two bits worth of tobacco and never paid for it.
    • Big Oak Coal Mine (Blanford, Ind.)

    • Big Oak Coal Mine (Blanford, Ind.); Coal mines and mining -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Coal miners -- Indiana -- Vermillion County -- Equipment and supplies; Mules; Mining equipment;
    • This video depicts underground coal mining in the 1950s at the Big Oak Coal Mine in Vermillion County, Indiana. The video illustrates mining techniques, equipment, tools, people, vehicles, structures, and livestock. Contemporary narration provides...
    • Binkley coal mine (Vermillion County, Ind.) newspaper clipping on Joe Marcinko

    • Binkley Mining Company (Vermillion County, Ind.); Coal miners -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Obituaries; Coal mine accidents -- Indiana -- Vermillion County;
    • Black and white scan which is a newspaper clipping of an unknown source reporting on the death of Binkley Coal Mine # 1 worker Joe Marcinko. According to the article, Joe Marcinko was working as a shot firer (a worker who inserts explosive...
    • Waters, Fred D. et al 1921-07-06

    • Llano Colony (Secular community);
    • Letter on the COLONY NEWS letterhead, signed by Waters, H. L. Buck, Carl Gleeser, Robert Lindsey, R. A. Caron, Mrs. Fred Waters, M. E. Sexton, Lilli Synoground, Dora Kemp, Pat McConnell, Wayne Woodward, George Snyder, W. E. Alexander, Claudie...
    • Bliss, Albert W., 1921-06-22

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 6/22/1921. Writes that he has been wondering about the possibility of getting Eugene V. Debs some chiropractic adjustments. Says that he was possessed recently by the late Mark Twain who had him scribble down a note...
    • Daugherty, Harry M. 1922-02-01

    • United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia; Pardon;
    • Letter to Calvin Coolidge on Office of the Attorney General letterhead, 02/01/1922. Informs Coolidge that after looking into Andrew Lee's case at the behest of Eugene V. Debs that he does not "see that anything can be properly done in behalf of...


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