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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.
    • Shedd, Kendrick P 1942-12-22

    • Christmas; Employment; Pictures;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 12/22/1942. Writes that he wishes Theodore Debs a joyous holiday season. Says that his second wife is 19 years younger than him and that they live in Naples, New York. Tells Theodore Debs that he has 6 grandchildren and...
    • Snyder, J.E 1919-11-26

    • Prisons; Prisoners;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on THE WORLD letterhead, 11/26/1919. Writes that he has been in jail twice over the past 2 weeks for criminal syndicalism and sabotage. Says that he and the 6 others arrested at the same time will put up a good fight....
    • Stalley, W.A 1918-03-18

    • O'Hare, Kate Richards, 1877-1948; Law & legal affairs;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs on James-Heddon's Sons letterhead, 03/18/1918. Says that it was with "profound sorrow and indignation" that he read about the "foul conviction" of Kate Richards O'Hare. Writes that he is enclosing for Eugene V. Debs money...
    • Snyder, J. E.  1919-11-26

    • United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia; Prisons;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on THE WORLD letterhead, 11/26/1919. Writes that he has been in jail twice over the past 2 weeks for criminal syndicalism and sabotage. Says that he and the 6 others arrested at the same time will put up a good fight....
    • Van Valkenburgh, W. S. 1926-10-21

    • Condolence notes; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926 -- Death and burial
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 10/21/1926. Sends condolences on Eugene V. Debs' death. Writes that Eugene V. Debs was one of "America's great Sons." Says that although he opposed Eugene V. Debs' political convictions he never opposed the man.
    • Warren, Fred D.  n.d

    • Appeal to Reason; Socialist Labor Party;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs on APPEAL TO REASON letterhead, n.d. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he is now a "private citizen." Says that he does not want Eugene V. Debs to have any ill-feelings towards him whatsoever. Writes that he was always thinking of...
    • Adams, D. C. 1921-08-19

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia; Pardon; Prisons; Prison sentences;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on Adams and Sons Farmers and Stockmen stationery, 08/19/1921. Expresses the hope that Eugene V. Debs will soon be released from prison.
    • Debs, Eugene V. n.d. 078

    • Meetings;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on Dewey Palace Hotel, Nampa, Idaho letterhead, 11/01/????. Writes that the Opera House where he held last night's meeting was crowded. Says that when the band played the "Marsailles" the audience went wild. States 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...
    • Perman, Pearl 1919-12-20

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 12/20/1919. Writes that she used to live in Toledo, Ohio where she never missed a chance to hear Eugene V. Debs speak. Says that she married about ten years ago and where upon she moved down South. Informs Eugene V. Debs...
    • Perman, Pearl 1920-02-05

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 2/5/1920. Expresses the hope that Eugene V. Debs received a copy of the "beautiful" tribute to Eugene V. Debs written by Helen Keller. Writes that the letter Theodore Debs sent her in response to the one she sent Eugene V....
    • Meinecke, Freida 1921-06-17

    • Political prisoners
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 6/17/1921. Writes that she is out of school now. Says that it must be dreadfully hot in his prison cell. Mentions that her father remarried recently to his mother's sister who has recently come to America from Austria....
    • Ed Gein

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Serial murderers; Death; Dismemberment; Cannibalism; Grave robbing; Necrophilia;
    • Barbara Birchfield's transcribed interview of Mary Tudor about Ed Gein. According to Tudor, there was a man in Wisconsin who killed women and made lampshades out of their skin. When he was caught, they found a human heart boiling on the stove.
    • Ed Gein

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Serial murderers; Death; Dismemberment; Cannibalism; Grave robbing; Necrophilia;
    • John Coleman's transcribed interview of Kathie Buhr about Ed Gein. According to Buhr, there was a man who was butchering women and selling their meat to other people.
    • Ed Gein

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Serial murderers; Death; Dismemberment; Cannibalism; Grave robbing; Necrophilia;
    • Austin Wathen's transcribed interview of Phil. According to Phil, Ed Gein lived in Wisconsin and used to dig up fresh graves. He dug up the graves so he could eat the hearts and livers from the bodies. Phil also told some jokes about Ed Gein.
    • Ed Gein

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Serial murderers; Death; Dismemberment; Cannibalism; Grave robbing; Necrophilia;
    • Bob Wilberg's transcribed personal account of the story of Ed Gein. According to Wilberg, Ed Gein lived in Plainfeild, Wisconsin, and dug up bodies from several graves. Gein also killed a woman and hung her in his shed just like a deer. Wilberg...
    • Outlaw legend, Martin County, Indiana

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Crimes;
    • Thomas Kramer's transcribed interview of Mr. Sargent about the Archer family. According to Sargent, the Stanfields marched up to the Archers's house and said that they would sacrifice one of their sons if the Archers would agree to stop the feud....

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