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    • Germer, Adolph 1942-01-16

    • Boyce, Edward, 1862-1941; Death;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on C. I. O. letterhead, 1/16/42. Says that he recently heard that Ed Boyce had died. Writes that Boyce was "virtually forgotten by the officials of the organization he served at a time when it required real men to speak out...
    • Howieson, Peter 1920-09-11

    • Communism; Fans (Persons); Salutations;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 9/11/20. Writes that he is a young Scottish communist who is only 19 years old. Says that he works as a brakeman as a colliery. Mentions that the owner of the nearby paper mill has forbidden him from preaching communism...
    • Helmet, safety

    • Coal miners -- Indiana -- Vermillion County -- Equipment and supplies; Mine safety -- Equipment and supplies; Safety hats;
    • A helmet worn by miners as protective headgear and decorated by owner with adhesive stickers. On the front is a piece of metal for mounting a carbide lamp.
    • Clinton Coal Company, Crown Hill Mine No. 1

    • Coal mines and mining -- Indiana -- Vermillion County; Tipples; Clinton Coal Company (Clinton, Ind.); Crown Hill Mine No. 1 (Clinton, Ind.); Crown Hill Mine No. 2 (Vermillion County, Ind.); Crown Hill Mine No. 3 (Clinton, Ind.); Mining corporations...
    • A newspaper clipping from the Daily Clintonian about the Clinton Coal Company's Crown Hill Mine No. 1. The photograph depicts the construction of mine's wood tipple in 1901.
    • Clinton Coal Company, Crown Hill Mine No. 1

    • Coal miners -- Indiana -- Vermillion County -- Correspondence; Jackson, George; Stultz, S. C.; Jones, Charley; Crown Hill Mine No. 1 (Clinton, Ind.); Clinton Coal Company (Clinton, Ind.); Mules; Muleteers -- Indiana -- Vermillion County --...
    • This letter to S. C. Stultz, part owner of the Crown Hill Mines, from George Jackson, stable boss at Crown Hill Mine No. 1, detailing the attributes of Sam #1, the oldest mule in the service of the Clinton Coal Company. Charley Jones is the current...
    • Sheridan, Frank 1920-10-14

    • Publications; Voting; Employment;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 10/14/1920. Writes that in the 10/16/1920 issue of the SATURDAY EVENING POST a letter he wrote to Samuel Blythe is quoted. Says that he is not a member of the Socialist Party, but that he will be voting the socialist...
    • Stone, Irving; 1947-07-11

    • Books; Socialist Party of the United States of America; Socialists; Socialism; Socialism -- United States; Labor unions;
    • Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper, 7/11/1947. Writes that he has finished correcting the galleys of ADVERSARY IN THE HOUSE. Remarks that the Aaron Levenstein, a member of the Socialist Party executive board, thought that ADVERSARY IN THE HOUSE was...
    • Wagner, Phil 1915-03-22

    • Judicial proceedings;
    • Copy of letter from Eugene V. Debs, 03/22/1915. Writes that since Wagner has pleaded guilty to the charges brought up against him for publishing a defamatory cartoon of Billy Sunday that he has advised Harry Tichenor to plead guilty, too. Says that...
    • O'Hare, Kate Richards 1931-03-26

    • Socialism
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 3/26/1931. Writes that she is enclosing a clipping from last night's LOS ANGELES RECORD in which a man makes the claim that he is Eugene V. Debs's nephew. Says that since she knows that Theodore Debs was Eugene V. Debs's...
    • Helpful ghost, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Ghosts; Supernatural;
    • Alicia Beasley's transcribed interview of Jennifer Thompsons' account of a supernatural experience about an old woman who would visit her three year old son in the middle of the night and when the woman was asked to leave,she would.
    • Moonshiners, Shelburn, Indiana

    • Legends; People; Prohibition; Alcohol;
    • Sara Russell's transcribed interview of Jim Thompson about moonshiners in Shelburn, Indiana. According to Thompson, a man from Shelburn used to run moonshine. Once when he was in Indianapolis, Indiana, his car broke down so he put on overalls and...
    • Abraham Lincoln

    • Legends; People; People associated with politics & government; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865;
    • Steven Nixon's transcribed interview of Ralph Kendall about Abe Lincoln. According to Kendall, Lincoln was accused of stealing a whetstone. Lincoln had actually placed it up so high that the owner could not see or reach it.
    • Gypsies, Ruma, Illinois

    • Legends; People; Nomads; Manners & customs;
    • David J. Maurer's transcribed interview of Katherine Bartelme about gypsies. According to Bartelme, she once had to sleep in a general store because the owner was afraid that gypsies would rob his store if it was ever left unattended.
    • Gravity Hill, South Bend, Indiana

    • Hills; Gravity; Dogs;
    • Helen Klemme collected a legend from Bonnie Lynne Guthrie pertaining to the death of a dog at a home located at the bottom of Gravity Hill in South Bend, Indiana. The dog's owner was convinced that the dog would return to him someday. If you park...
    • Hell's Gates, Clay County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Supernatural; Warnings;
    • Brian T. Hopton's transcribed interview of Troy Harvy's account about a dog with glowing eyes that chases anyone who drives under Hell's Gates warning it's owner of intruders and then disappears. Those who are chased are said to have a dream the...
    • Mudlavia Hotel

    • Hotels; Medicines;
    • This is Dean Breymeyer's typewritten account of the history of the Mudlavia Hotel in Warren County Indiana, collected by Stuart L. McDonald. This document describes Harry L. Kramer, who became the owner of Mudlavia Hotel after he married Anna Moore.
    • 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.

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