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    • Safety fuse

    • Coal -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Coal mines and mining -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Mine safety -- Equipment and supplies; Mine tools; Safety fuses; Dynamite; Explosives;
    • The package contains one hundred feet of single tape safety fuse, fifty feet of fast fuse and fifty feet of slow fuse, used for setting off mine explosives; manufactured by the Ensign-Bickford Company, Simsbury, Connecticut.
    • Oneal, James 1926-04-05

    • Socialism; Condolence notes
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs on Shore-Hills Gote, St. George's, Bermuda letterhead, 4/5/1926. Tells Oneal that it is not often that he has to console and rejoice with a comrade in the same letter. Says that he just read about the death of Oneal's...
    • Normal Advance 1913

    • Journalism; Indiana State Normal School; Indiana State University; Education; Literature; College yearbooks;
    • A monthly journal written and published by the students and faculty of Indiana State Normal School. The last issue of the school year was dedicated to the graduating seniors and printed in the style of an annual yearbook.
    • Destruction by dynamiters

    • Bombings; Dynamite; Railroads; Churches; Terrorists; Terrorism; Catholic churches;
    • Two typed pages describing the bombing of the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Clinton, Indiana, in November of 1909. Father Maher was the priest for the church at the time of the bombing. The article also mentions the bombing of the piers...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the action of the water. ...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the action of the water. ...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the action of the water. ...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the action of the water. ...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of the interior of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of the interior of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.); Ceilings;
    • Photograph of the ceiling of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the action...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the action of the water. ...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the action of the water. ...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the action of the water. ...
    • Rolling Stone Covered Bridge, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Covered bridges -- Indiana -- Putnam County; Rolling Stone Covered Bridge (Putnam County, Ind.);
    • Photograph of Rolling Stone Covered Bridge in Putnam County, Indiana. The bridge was built in 1915 by Joseph A. Britton and crosses the Big Walnut Creek. The name "Rolling Stone" came from a large bolder that rolled from the action of the water. ...

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