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    • Emge Trucks  (Fort Branch, IN.)

    • Emge Meat Packing Co. (Fort Branch, Ind.); Refrigererated trucks
    • Outdoor photograph of a fleet of Emge Meat Trucks with the factory in the background. Therewere 8 trucks delivering Emge meat products to the area food stores. Emge Packing Meat Company was located on West Red Bank Road from 1901-1999
    • F. J. Kleptz Groceries and Meats counter, Seelyville, Indiana

    • F. J. Kleptz Groceries and Meats (Seelyville, Ind.); Butchers -- Indiana -- Seelyville; Meat industry and trade -- Indiana -- Seelyville; Groceries -- Indiana -- Seelyville;
    • A butcher stands at the Kleptz meat counter located in Seelyville, Indiana. Slabs of meat, sausages and tools are on the cutting boards. A scale for weighing the meat issituated to the right. Hog carcasses hang on the right wall. Sacks and...
    • Scrapbook no. 16

    • Sullivan County (Ind.)--History; Maple, James B. (James Brian), 1879-1970;
    • Dr. James B. Maple was a local doctor and historian who in his spare time researched early Vincennes and Sullivan newspapers for items concerning Sullivan Co. He clipped items and took notes and filled 42 volumes of scrapbooks which have a...
    • HOPE Vol. 4 No. 1 fall 2008

    • Farm produce; Farmers; Farmers' groups; Farmers' markets; Farming; Farms; Food; Food industry; Food supply; Fuel; Fuel prices; Fuel supply; Truck farming; Gardening; Gardens; Gasoline; Gasoline prices; Nuns; Guerin, Theodore, Saint, 1798-1856;...
    • A magazine dedicated to sharing the mission, spirituality and ministries of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana.
    • Pieces of our lives : folk arts in Vermillion County, Indiana

    • Oral history; Clinton (Ind.) -- history; Folk art -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Vermillion County (Ind.) -- Social life and customs; Cookery (Pasta); Italian American women; Cookery, Italian; Mining; Miners; Coal mining; Fishermen; Wood-carving;...
    • Published transcripts of oral history interviews. Includes: Barbara Aimone, first generation American and Italian cook par excellence; Joe Airola, Italian immigrant, coal miner, and sausage maker, the man responsible for the Immigrant Square on...
    • Barbara Aimone oral history interview

    • Aimone, Barbara, 1911-1999; Oral history; Clinton (Ind.) -- History; Cookery (pasta); Italian American women; Cookery, Italian;
    • Barbara Aimone is a first generation American, born in Clinton in 1911. She and her sister Caroline Bonacorsi are well known cooks who prepare traditional Italian specialties such as tortellini. She demonstrated to Keith Ludden how to make some...
    • Scrapbook no. 13

    • Sullivan County (Ind.)--History; Maple, James B. (James Brian), 1879-1970;
    • Dr. James B. Maple was a local doctor and historian who in his spare time researched early Vincennes and Sullivan newspapers for items concerning Sullivan Co. He clipped items and took notes and filled 42 volumes of scrapbooks which have a...
    • Scrapbook no. 35

    • Sullivan County (Ind.)--History; Maple, James B. (James Brian), 1879-1970;
    • Dr. James B. Maple was a local doctor and historian who in his spare time researched early Vincennes and Sullivan newspapers for items concerning Sullivan Co. He clipped items and took notes and filled 42 volumes of scrapbooks which have a...
    • Butcher Shop

    • Butcher shops; Butchers; Meat; Meat cutting; Meat industry;
    • Picture which shows the interior of a butcher shop, possibly located in Oblong, Illinois. The copy of the picutre was made by Ken Martin.
    • 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.
    • Eugene, Indiana, Vermillion County

    • City & town life; Cities & towns; Meat industry; Sugar industry; Ice industry; General stores; Schools; Churches; Groendyke, John, 1756-1824
    • Five typed pages describing Eugene, located in Vermillion County, Indiana. The population of Eugene was 157. Eugene was settled by the Groendyke and Collet families, and local residents worked for the meat packing industry. Other residents...
    • Vermillion County manufacturers

    • Business people; Industry; Furnaces; Metals; Hats; Leather goods; Distilling industries; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Flour & meal industry; Mills; Furniture industry; Shoe industry; Lumber industry; Machinery industry; Stone cutting;...
    • Four page chart listing types of manufacturers in Vermillion County, Indiana, number of employees, produced value, and labor cost, 1840-1930. Manufacturers include furnaces, metals, hats and caps, leather goods, distilleries, carriages and wagons,...
    • Folklore

    • Parke County (Ind.); Pork; Butchers; Meat cutting; Meat;
    • One typed page which discusses how hogs were butchered and cleaned up for market in Parke County, Indiana.
    • Inside butcher shop in Vincennes, Indiana

    • Business; Business people; Butcher blocks; Butcher shops; Butchers; Clothing & dress; Men; Meat industry; Meat cutting; Men's clothing; Scales;
    • Black and white photo of the inside of a butcher shop in Vincennes, Indiana. Unknown street address and unknown names for the three men behind the huge wooden counter, with unusual round metal fold-down customer stools. Cuts of meats displayed on...

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