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    • 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.
    • Stedman, Seymour 1944-04-23

    • Cooper, Marguerite Debs; Health; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Medicine; Young, Art, 1866-1943; Maurer, James H. (James Hudson), 1864-1944; Death;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 04/23/1944. Says that he remembers well the story Stedman told about Marguerite Debs Cooper. Tells Stedman that neither Gertrude Debs nor Marguerite Debs Cooper smoke. Writes that he has not smoked in 4 years. Says that...
    • Stedman, Seymour 1919-11-29

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Law & legal affairs; Political prisoners;
    • Letter from Abraham Lillienthal on Forscher and Lillienthal, Attorneys at Law letterhead, 11/29/1919. Says that now that the emergency situation created by the war is over that he would like to know what the chances would be to secure Eugene V....
    • Thompson, Carl D. 1910-11-26

    • Socialists; Berger, Victor L., 1860-1929;
    • Copy of letter from Eugene V. Debs, 11/26/1910. Writes that he agreed with what Thompson had to say in his letter dated 11/05/1910 except for what he wrote on the topics of labor unions and immigration. Says that he thinks that it is disgusting the...
    • Hollingsworth, J. H. 1942-01-05

    • New Year; Salutations;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 1/5/42. Says that he wished he had the chance to talk with Theodore Debs again. Writes that apart from his immediate family, he knows few people in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Tells Theodore Debs that he wonders how long it...
    • Laitinen, Gertrude 1921-03-28

    • Writing; Socialism;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 3/28/1921. Expresses the hope that Eugene V. Debs is soon released from prison. Tells Eugene V. Debs that the older she gets the "redder" a socialist she becomes. Mentions that she is happy to find out that the...
    • Robins, Lucy 1920-07-31

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926 -- Trials, litigation, etc.; Political prisoners; Pardon
    • Letter from Mabel Dunlap Curry, 7/31/1920. Informs Robins that Eugene V. Debs received her letter and telegram. Assures Robins that she, Eugene V. Debs, and Theodore Debs all love her for the fight she has taken on. Tells Robins that Eugene V. Debs...
    • Mayoan, G.H. 1920-11-21

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 11/21/1920. Assures Eugene V. Debs that his heart is filled with love for him. Says that he would go to great lengths to see Eugene V. Debs freed. Tells Eugene V. Debs that his "heart aches and bleeds daily" for him....
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Les Freiberger's transcribed personal account of Martin Piniak. According to Freiberger, Piniak lived under a bridge over the Little Calumet River in East Chicago, Indiana. Piniak was said to live as a hermit because his wife died.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Delana Good's transcribed interview of Andy Lemon's account of Martin Piniak. Lemon said that Piniak lived under the toll road. Lemon also stated that Piniak walked everywhere he went because his fiance was killed in a car accident and after that...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Robert W. Simko's transcribed interview of Carolyn Kukta's account of Martin Piniak. According to Kukta, Piniak lives under a bridge, but he is really a millionaire. He lives there because his fiance died on the way to their wedding and he never...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Morris Stewart's transcribed interview of Les Freiberger's account of Martin Piniak. This account says that there is a hermit living under a bridge in East Chicago, Indiana, and her lives there becasue his wife died.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • William Ernst's transcribed interview of Les Freiberger's account about Martin Piniak. Freiberger stated that Piniak lives under a bridge in East Chicago, Indiana, and is supported by his family. It is said that Piniak lives this way because he...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Les Freiberger's transcribed interview of John Wohaldo's account of Martin Piniak. Wohaldo said that Piniak lives under a bridge over the Little Calumet River and looks like a bum. It is said that Piniak lives there becasue he is too lazy to work...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Jerry Novack's transcribed interview of Andy Vrabel's account of Martin Piniak. This account states that there is a man who lives under a bridge in East Chicago, Indiana. This man was once very rich and was engaged to a wealthy girl in town. The...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Lee Robinson's transcribed interview of Randy Scott's account of Martin Piniak. Scott states that Piniak was very rich and wanted to leave his wife, but he couldn't because she would take all of his money. He finally just left with nothing and...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Ronald Mullen's transcribed interview of Lee Stewart about Martin Piniak. Stewart said that a hermit lives under a bridge because he blames himself for his wife's death.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Kenneth Hass's transcribed interview of Bob Simko about Martin Piniak. Simko stated that there is a man who lives under a bridge in East Chicago, Indiana, and he lives there becasue his son died. After his son's death, he didn't care anymore. He...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Gaye Riner's transcribed interview of Les Freiberger's account of Martin Piniak. Freiberger stated that Piniak lives as a hermit because he blames himself for his wife's death.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Gaye Riner's transcribed interview of Nancy Sarnicki's account of Martin Piniak. According to Sarnicki, Piniak lives under a bridge over the Little Calumet River because he is too lazy to work and doesn't want to pay taxes.

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