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    • 1928 Glenn High School Orchestra, Glenn, Indiana

    • Musical instruments; Violins; Violoncellos; Trumpets; Cornets; Men's clothing; Women's clothing; Dresses; Students; Shoes; Hosiery; Brick walls; Eyeglasses; Trousers; Glenn High School (Glenn, Ind.)
    • Black and white copy of a photograph of the 1928 Glenn High School Orchestra posed outside with their instruments. Three students have been cut off. Missing in the front row: Darexa Brooks. Missing in the back row: James Mason, Albert Mason...
    • Cayuga, Indiana

    • City & town life; Cities & towns; Mills; Railroads; Brick industry; Food industry; Post offices; Masonic buildings; Grocery stores; Cafes; General stores; Variety stores; Barbershops; Morgues & mortuaries; Public utilities; Hardware stores;...
    • Four types pages describing Cayuga, located in Vermillion County, Indiana. The population of Cayuga was 968. Includes a brief history, and information about the local businesses, schools, churches and buildings. People named include: Osonimon...
    • Chronology of Vermillion County

    • Treaties; Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841; Tippecanoe, Battle of, Ind., 1811; Land use; Pioneers; Mills; Post offices; County government; Courthouses; Cities & towns; Schools; Churches; Mining; Iron mining; Newspapers; Threshing machines; Plows;...
    • Four typed pages containing a timeline of events relating to Vermillion County, Indiana, from 1809 until 1928. People mentioned in the timeline include: Gen. Harrison, the Pottawatomi, the Miamis, the Kickapoos, John Vannest, Noah Hubbard, John...
    • Clinton Coal Company, Crown Hill Mine No. 1

    • Coal mines and mining -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Tipples; Clinton Coal Company (Clinton, Ind.); Crown Hill Mine No. 1 (Clinton, Ind.); Crown Hill Mine No. 2 (Vermillion County, Ind.); Crown Hill Mine No. 3 (Clinton, Ind.); Mining corporations...
    • A newspaper clipping from the Daily Clintonian about the Clinton Coal Company's Crown Hill Mine No. 1. The photograph depicts the construction of mine's wood tipple in 1901.
    • Clinton, Indiana

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; Railroads; Industry; Brick industry; Coal mining; Lamps; Wheat; Carts & wagons; Shoe industry; Copper industry; Furniture industry; Forge shops; Wool industry; Coal; Grain elevators; Meat industry; Parks; Monuments...
    • Twelve typed pages describing Clinton, Indiana. The population of Clinton was 7,936. Residents listed include: DeWitt Clinton, Lewis P. Rodgers, L.O. Bishop, James Payne, Esquire Harrison, Orville White, Ren White, Florence White, James White,...
    • Contracts with Harmer and William Bergmann for brick

    • Rose, Chauncey, 1794-1877;Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology;Contracts;Receipts (Acknowledgments);Delivery of goods
    • Two handwritten pages which contain a short contract with E. Harmer and William Bergmann. The contracts list the amount of brick to be delivered by each to the construction site of Chauncey Rose's new building. The second page contains notes from...
    • Former Common school, Seelyville Indiana

    • School buildings; Brick walls; Bricks; Brickwork; Shrubs; Trees; Electric lines; Windows; Gutters (Roofs); Garages;
    • Color photograph of the current condition of the Seelyville Common School. It is a brick and clapboard building with eight visible windows and two doors. It is a two story building. There is a garage partially cut off on the left side of the image...
    • Glenn High School aerial view, Glenn Indiana

    • School buildings; Automobiles; Roads; Houses; Aerial photographs; Aerial photography; Electric lines; Utility poles; Railroad tracks;
    • Black and white aerial photograph of Glenn High School's Campus. The large brick building in the center is the high school. The building to the left is Glenn Elementary (formerly Lost Creek Township High School), and in the center is the boiler...
    • Glenn High School band 1932, Glenn Indiana

    • Band musicians; Band uniforms; Bands; Uniforms; School buildings; Schools; Schools -- Indiana -- Vigo County;
    • Black and white photograph of the Glenn High School band in 1932. The picture shows members both male and female in marching band uniforms. A brick building is in the background. Maurice Williams is second to the right of the drum.

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