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    • Ste. Honore Place, Market Street Station, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.);Vincennes University (Vincennes, Ind.); Railroads; Railroad stations;Market Street Station (Vincennes, Ind.);Vincennes University (Vincennes, Ind.);Trailblazer Railroad (Vincennes, Ind.)
    • Postcard with a view of the Ste. Honore Place, Market Street Station on 1st street in Vincennes, Indiana. Ste. Honore Place, Market Street Station was a stop on the Trailblazer Railroad, which was a small tourist train ran by the Vincennes...
    • May Day celebrations, Vincennes University

    • Queens; Crowns; Coronations; Clothing & dress; Holidays;May Day; Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.); Vincennes University (Vincennes, Ind.);Jordan, Lelah Mae
    • Picture taken during the crowning of Lelah Mae Jordan queen of the May Day celebration at Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana in 1934.
    • Knox County Public Library regional history/genealogy research center

    • Leaflets; Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.); History; Historic buildings; Historical societies;McGrady-Brockman House (Vincennes, Ind.); Vincennes Public Library (Vincennes, Ind.);
    • Brochure which covers the MCGrady-Brockman House which the Knox County Public Library uses for it's special collections area. The brochure covers the location, and resources that can be utilized.
    • Alice of Old Vincennes tomatoes

    • Advertising; Can industry; Canned foods; Tomatoes; Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.); Labels;Vincennes Packing Company (Vincennes, Ind.)
    • Three pictures of a can of tomatoes named Alice of Old Vincennes Tomatoes. Side one shows a woman and side two shows a large red tomato. Side three gives the net weight of the can, 1 LB. 1 OZ., and tells where they where packed, Vincennes Packing...
    • Van Nostrand rotary plow

    • Plows; Plowing; Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.); Williams Machine and Manufacturing (Vincennes, Ind.);
    • Postcard which shows a view of some men using the Van Nostrand rotary plow which was built at the William's Machine and MFG. Co., Vincennes, Indiana.
    • Vincennes Public Library, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Knox County (Ind.);Vincennes (Ind.);Carnegie libraries -- Indiana -- Vincennes; Libraries; Architecture; Vincennes Public Library (Vincennes, Ind.)
    • View from a postcard of the Vincennes Public Library located at 7th and Seminary. It was built in 1917-18 with a grant from the Carnegie Corporation. It was dedicated on April 15, 1919. The architect was John B. Bayard.
    • James K. Niehaus, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Portrait photographs;Niehaus, James K.; Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.);Niehaus Electric Service, Inc. (Vincennes, Ind.)
    • Portrait of James K. Niehaus, the successor to Alfred W. Niehaus as owner of Niehaus Electric Service in Vincennes, Indiana.
    • Vincennes Public Library, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Knox County (Ind.);Vincennes (Ind.); Carnegie libraries -- Indiana -- Vincennes; Public libraries -- Indiana -- Vincennes; Architecture; Vincennes Public Library (Vincennes, Ind.)
    • View of the Vincennes Public Library located at 7th and Seminary in Vincennes, Indiana. It was built in 1917-18 with a grant from the Carnegie Corporation and was dedicated on April 15, 1919. The architect was John B. Bayard.
    • Lakewood Park view, Vincennes, Ind.

    • Parks; Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.); Walkways; Piers & wharves;Lakewood Park (Vincennes, Ind.)
    • Postcard which shows a walkway across some water and a clubhouse on the side of the water at Lakewood Park which was located in Vincennes, Indiana until it closed in 1922 after the man made dam broke on March 31, 1922.
    • James K. Niehaus, Jr., Vincennes, Indiana

    • Portraits;Knox County (Ind.);Vincennes (Ind.);Niehaus, James K., Jr.;Niehaus Electric Service, Inc. (Vincennes, Ind.)
    • Portrait of Jame K. Niehaus Jr., the successor to James K. Niehaus as owner of Niehaus Electric Service, Inc. in Vincennes, Indiana.
    • Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Catholic churches; Preachers; Clothing & dress; Rites & ceremonies;Sacred Heart Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.);Becker, John
    • Picture of a group outside the Sacrd Heart Church in Vincennes, Indiana. The group was marking Father Gregory Bezy's first mass in June 1946. The Rev. John Becker is standing next to Father Bezy. The Church is located on N 2nd St. in Vincennes,...
    • Pattie Ryan Rogers, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Clothing & dress; Bonnets; Portrait photographs; McGrady-Brockman House (Vincennes, Ind.); Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.);Rogers, Pattie Ryan
    • Portrait of Pattie Ryan Rogers of Vincennes, Indiana. Taken around 1920 when she lived in the McGrady- Brockman House which is where the special collections area of the library is located.
    • William W. Frund, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Portraits;Frund, William W.;Niehaus Electric Service, Inc. (Vincennes, Ind.);Trucks;Knox County (Ind.);Vincennes (Ind.)
    • Picture of William W. Frund at the wheel of the truck he used for his business, Frund's Electric Service, in Vincennes, Indiana. The business later became known as Niehaus Electric Service, Inc.
    • St. John Lutheran School, grades 3-5, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Children; Children's clothing & dress; School children; Private schools;St. John Lutheran School (Vincennes, Ind.); Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.);
    • Picture of the children in grades 3-4-5 at the St. John Lutheran School located at 707 N 8th St., Vincennes, Indiana. 1st row: Doug Wessel, Ken Montgomery, Wally Wessel, Fred Reimers, Rod Fossmeyer, David Coomer, Ronnie Bluebaum, Leroy Brown, Don...
    • St. John Lutheran Church 1958 confirmation class, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Confirmations; Clothing & dress; Religious education; Rites & ceremonies;St. John Lutheran Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.);
    • Picture of the 1958 confirmation classs of St. John Lutheran Church located at 707 N 8th St., Vincennes, Indiana. Front row:Pam Mickler, Carolyn Junkins, Phylus Lemons, Linda Levenhagen, Esther Scheidt, Sharon Miller. 2nd row: Carol Kindert, Wilma...
    • St. John Lutheran Church 1960 confirmation class, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Confirmations; Rites & ceremonies; Religious education; Knox County (Ind.); Vincennes (Ind.); Clothing & dress;St. John Lutheran Church (Vincennes, Ind.)
    • Picture of the 1960 confirmation class at St. John Lutheran Church located at 707 N 8th St. in Vincennes, Indiana. First row: Dennis Beltz, Eddie Baldridge, Ronald Blubaum, Rod Fossmeyer. 2nd row: Diana Reitmeyer, Janet Althoff, Sandy Kundert,...

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