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    • Normal Advance 1903

    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Color Conference

    • Art; Business; College administrators; Indiana State Teachers College; Indiana State University; Meetings; Student activities; Students; Teachers;
    • Attendees at the Art-Business Conference "Color and You" held in the Sycamore Playhouse: Faber Birren, Myra Janko, Ingeborg Schmidt, Gordon Heath, Ronald Farmer, Robert Harrington, and Elizabeth Foster
    • Bonds Chapel

    • Cemeteries; Chains; Graves; Supernatural;
    • This is an anonymous typewritten account collected by Myra Shilling about the legend of the Bonds Chapel tombstone in Orange County Indiana. According to legend, a chain grows from the grave of a civil war soldier.
    • Good versus evil

    • Churches; Good & evil; Religious services; Religious meetings; Religious facilities; Revivals; Shrines;
    • Myra Neal collected a legend from several sources pertaining to people seeing a fireball roll down the isle of the church while a revival meeting was being held.
    • Dolphin Club

    • Clubs; Indiana State Teachers College; Indiana State University; Student activities; Students; Swimmers; Swimming pools;
    • Members of the Dolphin Club. Seated on the diving board, from right to left, are Sandra Joran, Judith Bastian, Patricia Evans, Mary Lou Engles, Ann Brann, Judy Stewart, and Mary Lee Shea. Standing on the diving board, from left to right, are...
    • Dolphin Club

    • Clubs; Indiana State Teachers College; Indiana State University; Student activities; Students; Swimmers; Swimming pools;
    • Members of the Dolphin Club. Seated on the diving board, from right to left, are Sandra Joran, Judith Bastian, Patricia Evans, Mary Lou Engles, Ann Brann, Judy Stewart, and Mary Lee Shea. Standing on the diving board, from left to right, are...
    • Good versus evil

    • Good & evil; Priests; Bibles; Bridge failures; Bridges;
    • Myra Schilling is both the informant and collector in this legend pertaining to a man crossing a bridge that buckled. He attributed his safe passage to the bible he had with him in the front seat.
    • Nursing Club

    • Indiana State University; Nurses; Student activities; Student Organizations; Students;
    • Members of the Student Nursing Organization hold a meeting in Holmstedt Hall. First row, from left to right: Linda Kroeger, Martha Aikman, Jenny Light, Jackie Ehreich, Julie Welpot, Peggy Jaackson and Nancy Heramb. Second row, from left to right:...
    • Nursing Club

    • Indiana State University; Nurses; Student activities; Student Organizations; Students;
    • Members of the Student Nursing Organization hold a meeting in Holmstedt Hall. First row, from left to right: Linda Kroeger, Martha Aikman, Jenny Light, Jackie Ehreich, Julie Welpot, Peggy Jaackson and Nancy Heramb. Second row, from left to right:...
    • Crazy man wilson

    • Janitors; Disfigured persons; Homicides; Children; Childhood & youth; Forests;
    • Myra Schilling collected a legend from Connie Philpott pertaining to the history behind crazy man Wilson,and how he got that name and why he supposedly chases children.
    • Death of spouse causes insanity

    • Legends; People; Spouses; Death; Death & burial; Mentally ill persons;
    • Myra Schilling's transcribed interview of Trish O'Hare about a woman who went insane after her husband's death. According to O'Hare, the woman refuses to do anything because she is waiting for her husband to come back to life and do everything.

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