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    • Vermillion County Post Offices

    • Post offices; Postal service; Postal service employees;
    • Three typed pages listing all Post Offices in Vermillion County, the date they were established and the first Post Master. Includes: Benjamin, Blanford (Charles P. Walker), Blanford (Fannie M. Bush), Cayuga (Edward A. Flangher), Clinton (David D....
    • Vigo County Post Offices

    • Vigo County (Ind.); Post offices -- Indiana;
    • Eight typed pages with an alphabetical list, plus supplement, of post office information for Indiana towns, including date of establishment, first postmaster, name changes, and closing or discontinuation date.
    • 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...
    • Architecture

    • Architecture; Post offices; Hospitals; Libraries; Churches; Orphanages; Courthouses; Missions; Schools; Educational facilities; Gymnasiums; Banks; Buildings;
    • Five typed pages describing the architecture of major buildings in Vermillion County, Indiana. Mrs. Ora Doyle and G. Edward Gingham were references. Buildings include the post office, Vermillion County Hospital, Clinton Public Library, the Roman...
    • Blanford, Indiana, Vermillion County

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; Coal mining; Railroads; Post offices; Buses; Churches; Schools;
    • Six typed pages describing the town of Blanford, Indiana. The popultation of Blanford was 1,000, and Blanford's official name was Jacksonville. References include Tony Marrietta. The town was situated on land owned by L.S. Blanford. Other names...
    • Dana, Indiana, Vermillion County

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; Railroads; General stores; Post offices; Variety stores; Grocery stores; Drugstores; General stores; Banks; Automobile dealerships; Real estate business; Insurance companies; Undertaking; Cafes; Schools; Churches;
    • Eight typed pages describing Dana in Vermillion County, Indiana. The population of Dana was 859. People named in the description include: G.W. McReynolds, Samuel Aikman, J.B. Aikman, Samuel B. Kaufman, H.B. Hammond, W.M. Taylor, John Linn, D.W....
    • Newport, Vermillion Co. Seat

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; Meat industry; General stores; Flour & meal industry; Fires; Post offices; Robberies; Churches; Grocery stores; Restaurants; Drugstores; Hardware stores; Undertaking; Barbershops; Hotels; Banks; Telephone...
    • Six typed pages describing Newport, the county seat of Vermillion County. The population of Newport was 777 and names mentioned in the report include: Daniel E. Jones, James A. Bell, B.J. Abbott, E.T. McMillan, J.L. Winters, Henry Watson, R.H....
    • Saint Bernice, Vermillion County

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; General stores; Drugstores; Grocery stores; Flour & meal industry; Forge shops; Carpenters; Cabinetmaking; Schools; Churches; Physicians; Police; Post offices; Variety stores; Grain elevators; Lumber industry;...
    • Five typed pages describing Saint Bernice in Vermillion County, Indiana. Saint Bernice has also been known as Jones and Jonestown. The population of Saint Bernice was 1,000. Names listed in the report include: Cleo King, Clyde D. Mitchell,...
    • Rileysburg, Vermillion County

    • Cities & towns; City & town life; Railroads; Post offices; Stores & shops; Tile industry; General stores; Forge shops; Hardware stores; Grain elevators; Telegraph industry; Schools; Churches
    • Four typed pages describing Rileysburg in Vermillion County, Indiana. The population of Rileysburg was 48. Names included in the report: Clyde D. Mitchell, Sarah E. Peterson, Richard C. Peterson, Edgar Prather, Dewey Prather.
    • 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...
    • Idaho, Indiana

    • Vigo County (Ind.); City & town life -- Indiana -- Idaho; Idaho (Ind.); Post offices -- Indiana;
    • Three typed pages consisting of a cover page, bibliography, and brief description of the location of Idaho, Indiana, and its post office.
    • Lewis, Indiana

    • Vigo County (Ind.); Post offices -- Indiana ; Lewis (Ind.); City & town life -- Indiana -- Lewis;
    • Four typed pages consisting of a cover page, bibliography, and two page description of the history, location, post office, people, and business and industry of Lewis, Indiana.

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