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    • Briar Hill Mine ghost

    • Mining; Miners; Coal miners; Coal; Coal mining;
    • One typed page describing a ghost in Briar Hill Mine. The ghost was the ghost of John Lennox. Included in the description is a story by Mr. Shorter. Mr. T.L. Kibby was a reference.
    • Collett Home

    • Orphanages; Orphans; Children;
    • Two typed pages describing the Collettt Home, an orphanage in Vermillion County, Indiana. Mrs. Lee Porter was a reference. The home was founded by Professor John Collett and Jesephus Collet. It was opened by Charles W. Ward and originally...
    • Crybaby bridge

    • Bridges; Infants; Crying; Cemeteries; Supernatural;
    • This is Michael P. Sumner's typewritten variant of the legend of crybaby bridge in Madison County Indiana near Pendleton, collected by Christina R. Tharp. According to legend, somebody lost their baby over a bridge, and now one can hear the baby...
    • Debs, Eugene V. 1920 Convention

    • Branstetter, Otto; Political campaigns; Political prisoners; Socialist Party of the United States of America;
    • Note to Theodore Debs on envelope postmarked ??/??/1920. Tells Theodore Debs to write a letter to the Socialist Party National Headquarters in Chicago, Illinois expressing support "for the course that was pursued in reference to the Labor...
    • First telephone company in Clinton

    • Telephone companies; Telephone industry; Telephone operators; Telephones;
    • Two typed pages describing the first telephone companies in Clinton, Indiana. J. L. Horney was the first telephone owner. Mrs. Leighton, Mrs. Roy Slater, and Mrs. Ben Hunnicut were operators. Bell Telephone bought the business from Mr. Horney. ...
    • Goodyear, Rosalie 1926-09-15

    • Fans (Persons); Salutations; Sick persons; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; New York World; Publications;
    • Letter to Thedore Debs, 9/15/26. Says that she would rather be anywhere than in New York City, New York. Writes that she is now the secretary to O. H. Cosgrove, editor of the SUNDAY WORLD. Expresses the hope that Eugene V. Debs is feeling better....
    • Heinl, Robert D. 1940-02-09

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Books; Biography; Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930; Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 2/9/40. Says that he came across a pleasant reference to Eugene V. Debs in Samuel Hopkins Adams' new book on Warren Harding. Writes that Adams worked for the NEW YORK SUN right before he began writing for that paper....
    • Henderson, Arthur 1923-04-16

    • Labour Party (Great Britain); Political prisoners; Socialism -- United States; Socialism -- Great Britain; Socialist Party of the United States of America;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, 4/16/23. Says that in the recent municipal campaigns the socialist vote more than doubled. Mentions that there are still fifty political prisoners behind bars for speaking out against the war. Assures his British...
    • Hilquit, Morris 1926-03-01

    • Civil liberties; Political prisoners; Prison sentences;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 3/1/26. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he has made some interesting discoveries regarding Eugene V. Debs'citizenship status. Assures Eugene V. Debs that he is "still a full fledged citizen of the United States with all rights...
    • Home of Mrs. Helen M. Krekler

    • Matthews, Claude, 1845-1898; Whitcomb, James, 1795-1852; Historic buildings; Dwellings
    • Five typed pages describing the Krekler family home in Clinton, Indiana. Emaline Hurlow, a reporter for the Daily Clintonian, was a reference. The house was owned by Governor James Whitcomb and Govenor Claude Matthews. The study contains two...
    • 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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