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    • Normal Advance 1909

    • 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.
    • All Star Ranger Girls versus New York Centrals 1933

    • All Star Ranger Girls (Baseball team); Women baseball players; Baseball -- Indiana -- History; Baseball players -- 1930-1940;
    • This article covers a game between the All Star Ranger Girls and the New York Centrals at Franklyn's Field. The Centrals won the game 7 to 4. The main players covered in the article are Margaret Gisolo from the Ranger Girls and Mary Fuller from the...
    • Blanford Cubs team photograph 1928

    • Baseball teams -- Indiana; Baseball uniforms; Baseball players -- 1920-1930; Women baseball players -- Indiana;
    • A team photograph of the Blanford Cubs baseball team in 1928. Margaret Gisolo, the only girl on the team, is in the back row second from the left. After the Cubs won district championship against Clinton, the Clinton team claimed the win was...
    • Blanford Cubs retrospective newspaper article

    • Blanford Cubs (Baseball team); Women baseball players -- Indiana; Baseball -- Indiana -- History; Baseball players -- 1920-1930:
    • In this newspaper article, the reporter and Margaret Gisolo recall 30 years later her participation in the 1928 American Legion Junior Baseball Championship which ended in her team, the Blanford Cub winning the state championship. On their way...
    • Blanford Cubs American Legion championship retrospective article

    • Blanford Cubs (Baseball team); Women baseball players -- Indiana; Baseball players -- 1920-1930; Baseball -- Indiana -- History;
    • This article recounts the 1928 Blanford Cubs season when Margaret Gisolo helped her team win the American Legion Junior Baseball state championship. This article recounts the major championship games starting with the game Clinton protested which...
    • Blanford Cubs eligibility controversy

    • Blanford Cubs (Baseball team); Women baseball players -- Indiana; Baseball players -- 1920-1930; Baseball -- Indiana -- History;
    • The article written by Dan Sowers, founder, designer, and builder of American Legion Junior Baseball, recounts his part in the decision surrounding the eligibility controversy of Margaret Gisolo after her team, the Blanford Cubs, defeated Clinton...
    • Blanford Cubs retrospective newspaper article

    • Blanford Cubs (Baseball team); Women baseball players -- Indiana; Baseball players -- 1920-1930; Baseball -- Indiana -- History;
    • This newspaper article marks the 40th anniversary of American Legion baseball. It recounts the 1928 season when Margaret Gisolo and her team the Blanford Cubs made headlines by winning the Indiana state championship. It also recounts the...
    • Fraternity Activities

    • Fraternities & sororities; Indiana State College; Indiana State University; Student organizations; Students;
    • Actives of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. First row, from left to right: Bill Crick, Gary Shepherd, Larry Freund, Larry Martin, Larry Norris, Steve Newton, Richard Leonard, Gary Toothman, Jim Anderson, John Eder, and Lee Mohamed. Second row,...
    • Fraternity Activities

    • Fraternities & sororities; Indiana State College; Indiana State University; Student organizations; Students;
    • Actives of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. First row, from left to right: Bill Crick, Gary Shepherd, Larry Freund, Larry Martin, Larry Norris, Steve Newton, Richard Leonard, Gary Toothman, Jim Anderson, John Eder, and Lee Mohamed. Second row,...
    • Indiana State Teachers College track team, 1960

    • Track athletics; Athletes; Athletic fields; Sport clothes; Sports; Education; Indiana State University
    • View of the 1960 Indiana State Teachers College track team. Pictured are: front Row: Bob Bain, Art Page, Dick Podell, John Pesavento, Carl Zarndt, Rick Mason. Center Row: Laerry Sweatt, Robert Marsalak, Tim Williams, John Blad, John Poland, Larry...
    • Landis, J. T. 1921-11-15

    • Writing;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 11/15/1921. Writes that he just read Eugene V. Debs' address to the court that sentenced him to prison. Says that Eugene V. Debs is just like Jesus Christ. Assures Eugene V. Debs that he supports him and his principles.
    • Landis, J.T. 1920-12-29

    • Writing;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 12/29/1920. Writes that he would like nothing more than to hear Eugene V. Debs' voice and to see his face. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he is sending him a copy of the letter he wrote to President Woodrow Wilson. Says that...
    • Landis, J. T 1920-11-14

    • Writing;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 11/14/1920. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he can think of no other cause that could "bring mankind to a higher oral standing than the Socialist Cause." Expresses the wish that Eugene V. Debs was out of prison. Says that the...
    • Landis, J.T. 1921-02-03

    • Writing;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 2/3/1921. Writes that the socialists are presently "landing one of the hardest blows" on the capitalist system through their work on behalf of the political prisoners. Tells EVD that he has joined a union. Mentions that...
    • Landis, J. T. 1921-11-05

    • Writing;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 11/5/1921. Says that he has heard that the government leaders in Washington D. C. are seriously considering letting Eugene V. Debs go free. Writes that it is clear that the activities on behalf of the political prisoners...

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