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    • Antiques

    • Parke County (Ind.);Antiques;Furniture;Glassware;Bedspreads
    • Six typed pages which contain a description of a group of antiques that belong to Mrs. Mae Huey Rohm in Parke County, Indiana. There is furniture, a statute, a wooden maul and a frow, a Godey print, some pieces of china, and tow pieces of bedding.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Vampires

    • Cowboy boots; Cowboy hats; Legends; Monsters; Vampires;
    • Andrew Woodart Wright shared a folk belief that vampires sometimes defy common expectations and are known to wear trench coats, cowboy boots, and have long hair. Additionally, some look as normal as any other person
    • Vanishing hitchhiker, Lake County, Indiana

    • Hitchhiking; Ghosts; Supernatural;
    • Andy Vrabel's transcribed variant of the Vanishing Hitchhiker urban legend as collected by Jerry Novak. In this account, Vrabel describes a woman whose husband died while she was on her way to see him in the hospital. Now travelers sometimes see a...
    • Walkers, White Pine, Tennessee

    • Legends; People; Walking; Running;
    • George "Dave" Watson's transcribed interview of Kathy Moudy about a walker in White Pine, Tennessee. According to Moudy, her aunt was a walker. Aunt Bessie walked everywhere and would sleep wherever she was when she got tired. Sometimes she would...
    • Green man

    • Legends; People; People with disabilities; Accidents; Electricity; Electric shocks; Disfigured persons;
    • Gloria Walker's transcribed interview of George Walker about the Green Man in Pennsylvania. According to Walker, the Green Man was very ugly, and he only comes out at night. Sometimes he'll take beers if you leave them for him.
    • Eccentric dirty people, Elmore, Minnesota

    • Dirt; Dirty people; Legends; Refuse;
    • Kandis Koppen's transcribed personal account of "Pick up Charlie" in Elmore, Minnesota. Charlie walked around the town and picked up trash. He wore winter clothes all year. When his house burned down, he refused to live in the room that the town...
    • Ouija Board, Terre Haute, Indiana

    • Supernatural; Ghosts; Spiritualism; Spiritual life; Ouija boards; Legends; Demons;
    • Lee Chestnut's transcribed interview of Bryan Steward about his experience with an Ouija Board. According to Steward, sometimes the answers from an Ouija Board are probably from your mind.
    • Robins, Lucy 1920-05-28

    • Political prisoners;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 5/28/1920. Tells Robins that he did not expect a reply to his recent letter. Writes that Robins needs to balance her ceaseless work on behalf of political prisoners with some rest. Assures Robins that he understands how...
    • Schmidt, Katherine L 1916-07-29

    • Letters; Travel; Pamphlets;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 07/29/1916. Writes that she received Eugene V. Debs's note and contribution and appreciated them both deeply. Says that she is sorry that Eugene V. Debs was so busy when he was in Los Angeles, California in April. Tells...
    • Goldman, Emma 1925-11-08

    • Soviet Union;
    • Letter to Havelock Ellis, 11/8/25. Writes that she has been in London, England since 10/24/25 doing a series of lectures on Russian Drama. Says that she appreciates Ellis' appraisal of her book DISILLUSIONMENT IN RUSSIA. Tells Ellis that she agrees...
    • South, Mary n.d

    • Death; Travel; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926 -- Death and burial
    • Letter to Theodore Debs and Gertrude Debs, n.d. Says that she is writing to let Theodore Debs and Gertrude Debs know that she and her mother are thinking of them. Writes that she and her mother both know what kind of loss Theodore Debs and Gertrude...
    • Wilt, John A. 1921-12-14

    • Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Prisons;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on Purcell Hotel, Wilmington, Delaware letterhead, 12/14/1921. Says that he thought that after the peace treaty was signed Eugene V. Debs would be released from prison. Tells Theodore Debs that he has no use for Warren...
    • Karsner, David 1927-06-14

    • Biography; Books; Cabell, James Branch, 1879-1958; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Grant, Ulysses S., 1852-1929; Health; Political prisoners; Prisons; Prison sentences; Publications; Sick persons; Writing; Socialist Party of the United...
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 6/14/27. Writes that after ten weeks of sick leave he has finally returned to work. Says that this experience has demonstrated to him that "capitalist insitutions are queer things--utterly indecent where principles and the...
    • Misers in Fairview, Indiana

    • Legends; People; Misers; Miserliness;
    • Lisa Vicars' transcribed interview of David Harris about a miser in Fairview, Indiana. According to Harris, there was an old man who didn't believe in banks so he buried his money in jars in his yard. When he got drunk he would rebury it in other...

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