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    • Four arches, Putnam County, Indiana

    • Bridges; Arches; Railroad accidents; Ghosts; Supernatural; Tramps;
    • This is Linda Hillburn's typewritten account of some haunted happenings that occur at the Putnam County Four Arches near Greencastle. According to legend, the ghosts of a group of hobos haunt the Arches.
    • Turkey Run

    • Leather industry; Tanning; Hides & skins;
    • Seven typed pages which contain information about how to tan an animal hide and about the last tanning yard in Parke County, Indiana. It was owned by John C. Hirsbrunner and was located near the narrows of Sugar Creek. The whole process of tanning...
    • Vanzetti, Bartolomeo 1926-06-26

    • Sacco-Vanzetti Trial, Dedham, Mass., 1921;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 06/26/1926. Says that he is writing to let Eugene V. Debs know what has been happening. Writes that on 06/23/1926 a fellow prisoner named James Castellucci was set free for proving to the court that he was innocent....
    • Unidentified Correspondents n.d. from E. Debs

    • Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924; Women's suffrage
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, n.d. Writes that the dispatch he received from Washington would make "the blood of a stone image boil." Says that if Woodrow Wilson did not have the "hide of a pachyderm" he could not stand it. Remarks that the women of...
    • Debs, Eugene V. 1902-02-02

    • Debs family; Socialist Party of the United States of America;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on Standard Publishing Company letterhead, 02/02/1902. Mentions that his letter on the New York Conference has "raised hell." Says that though he is in debt he has a "hide full of nerve and a heart full of hope." Writes...
    • Kirkpatrick, George R. 1925-11-13

    • American Appeal; Branstetter, Otto; Hillquit, Morris, 1869-1933; King, Bertha Hale White; Public speaking; Socialist Party of the United States of America; Socialism -- United States -- Newspapers;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, 11/13/25. Writes that if there are profits to divide from his last speaking tour that the National Office will get its share because Snow, the man who handled the arrangements, is as good as his word. Says that he does...
    • Jesse James

    • Legends; People; Criminals;
    • Frank Haas's transcribed interview of Jackie Thornburg about Jesse James. According to Thornburg, there is a farmer who refuses to tear down an old shack because Jesse James used it once to hide in.
    • Jesse James

    • Legends; People; Criminals;
    • LeAnne Daniels's transcribed interview of an anonymous 59 year-old woman about Jesse James. According to this source, Jesse James and his gang used to hide in her grandfather's barn.
    • Jesse James

    • Legends; People; Criminals;
    • Angela Hustedt's transcribed interview of Mike Kerins about Jesse James. According to Kerins, Jesse James used to hide out near Raccoon Lake in Rockville, Indiana. Kerins states that when James was shot, he was buried in a cave by Raccoon Lake and...
    • Moonshiners, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Legends; People; Prohibition;
    • Lisa Acobert's transcribed interview with William Acobert about moonshiners in Vincennes, Indiana. According to Acobert, whenever the revenuers would come through town he would hide from them because he was scared.
    • Gypsies, Clay County, Indiana

    • Legends; People; Nomads; Manners & customs;
    • V.B. Chase's transcribed interview of Juanita Shearer about gypsies in Brazil, Indiana. According to Shearer, parents in Brazil, Indiana would tell their children to hide when gypsies came through town because gypsies might steal the children.
    • Gypsies, Parke County, Indiana

    • Legends; People; Nomads; Manners & customs;
    • Terri Dickey's transcribed interview of Gilbert Dickey about gypsies. According to Dickey, his grandmother was frequently visited by gypsies. Whenever they would visit, she would hide her money in a cupboard. Without ever going near it, the gypsies...
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Normal Advance 1915

    • 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.
    • Rock for a fort

    • Rock formations; Rocks; Parke County (Ind.);
    • One typed page which describes a place located between Mecca and Armiesburg where a rock extends out into the road and has a place hollowed out where local lore says Indians used to hide when they were fighting.

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