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    • Normal Advance 1914

    • Journalism; Indiana State Normal School; 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 senios and printed in the style of an annual yearbook.
    • Civil War: George Gegner letter to Lizzie Wayman, January 1, 1864

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Railroad mail service; Holiday; Weather; Soldiers; Camps; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 130th (1863-1865);
    • A letter from George Gegner to Lizze Wayman, dated January 1, 1864. Gegner was stationed in the camp of the 130th Regiment near Columbia, Tennessee at the time of the letter. In the letter, George wishes Lizzie a Happy New Years and tells her there...
    • Hell's Gates, Clay County, Indiana

    • Devil; Bridges; Supernatural;
    • Aaron Rodger's transcribed interview of his personal account of the legend of Hell's Gates in Clay County, Indiana. According to myth, if someone walks under the bridge back and forth six times, on the way back on the sixth time, there are supposed...
    • Helpful ghost, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Supernatural;ghosts
    • Amanda E. Vannette's transcribed interiview of Heather Diane Ross's account of a supernatural experience that she heard about a vanishing girl who knocks on a stranger's door after being in a car accident to get help to save her mom.After help...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Andrea Davis's transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Kerrie Davis. According to the legend, Stiffy was a dog who was stuffed and placed in his master's tomb upon his master's death. Supposedly, the dog's eyes will glow...
    • ISU campus legends, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dormitories; Supernatural; Ghosts;
    • Barbara Betchley collected a story from Karen Ketler in regards to room 420 in Mills Hall. People have heard strange foot steps and noises coming from the room when there was no one in the room and it was locked. These events occurred at Indiana...
    • Ouija Board, Terre Haute, Indiana

    • Supernatural; Ghosts; Spiritualism; Spiritual life; Ouija boards; Legends; Demons;
    • Becky Milner's transcribed interview of Dustin Bratton about his experience with an Ouija Board. According to Bratton, he and some friends contacted the spirit of a young girl who had died in a car accident. They spoke with her and then never heard...
    • Ouija Board, Blackford County, Indiana

    • Supernatural; Ghosts; Spiritualism; Spiritual life; Ouija boards; Legends; Demons;
    • Candy Baer's transcribed interview of Renae Kellogg about an experience with an Ouija Board. According to Kellogg, she knew someone who threw an Ouija Board into a fire and then heard screams coming from the fire. Strange things then started...
    • Beehive hairdos, Marion County, Indiana

    • Hairstyles; Beehives; Insects;
    • Cassandra Brooks's typewritten variant of the Beehive Hairdo urban legend as collected by herself. She states that she heard the story in high school about a girl who did not comb out her beehive hairstyle for months. Subsequently, a classmate...
    • Belle Gunness

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Serial murderers; Women; Insurance; Children; Dismemberment;
    • Catie Spicer's transcribed interview of Keenan Price about Belle Gunness. Price gives an account of Belle Gunness' crimes as he has heard them. According to Price, there is much history and lore about Belle Gunness that still survives in La Porte,...
    • Comet, 1937 January

    • Poetry; Sports; Basketball; Conservation & restoration; Safety; Drawing; Education;
    • Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 1582, Monon, Indiana, 1937 January, The Comet. Camp Personnel page with Capt. Paul W. Summers as Commanding Officer. A page of poetry by Basil Barnhart. An Educational page that discusses various aspects of...
    • Work, John M. 1913-04-04

    • West Virginia; Miners' strikes; Health;
    • Copy of letter from Eugene V. Debs, 04/04/1913. Says that he endorses Work's efforts on behalf of the striking miners in West Virginia. Writes that he thinks that it is strange that the Socialist Party's National Executive Committee has taken no...
    • Wheeler, John N. 1922-05-30

    • United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia;
    • Copy of letter from Eugene V. Debs, 05/30/1922. Says that when he was in the Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta, Georgia he heard a lot about the case of Charles W. Morse. Writes that the rumors which circulated in the prison were that Charles W....
    • Borah, William E 1913-06-26

    • Jones, Mother, 1837-1930; Newspapers; Investigations; United States. Congress. Senate;
    • Copy of letter from Eugene V. Debs, 06/26/1913. Says that there are a number of people who should be heard by the Senate investigate committee including Mother Jones, John Brown, W. H. Thompson, C. H. Boswell, and Fred Merrick, who were all tried...
    • 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...
    • Thompson, Carl D. 1910-12-05

    • Socialists; Berger, Victor L., 1860-1929;
    • Copy of letter from Eugene V. Debs, 12/05/1910. Writes that Thompson's last letter was a joy to read. Says that there is not a word in the letter that he disagrees with. Remarks that while he would love to respond to the letter at length he does...
    • Stone, Irving; 1947-07-09

    • Health; Terre Haute (Ind.); Books;
    • Copy of letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 07/09/1947. Writes that she was sorry to learn that it was because of a cold that Stone was unable to stop off in Terre Haute, Indiana. Assures Stone that she is happy that his publishers are enthusiastic...

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