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    • Normal Advance 1913

    • 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.
    • Schmarak, Sidney 1920-10-25

    • Children;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, signed by Schmarak, William Klatzko, and J. Cohen, 10/25/1920. Writes that a group of working class children in Brooklyn, New York have organized a club named after Eugene V. Debs. Says that these children have formed the...
    • Traubel, Horace 1916-09-11

    • Traubel, Horace, 1858-1919;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, 09/11/1916. Writes that not a day passed that Traubel is not with him. Says that he is filled with the spirit of Traubel whenever he reads the CONSERVATOR. Assures Traubel that he is a blessing because his "strength...
    • Cherdron, Eliza Taylor 1917-02-13

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; La Follette, Robert M. (Robert Marion), 1855-1925; Berger, Victor L., 1860-1929; Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924; Socialism; Socialism -- United States.; Socialists;
    • Cherdron, Eliza Taylor: Letter to Theodore Debs, 02/13/1917. Says that Theodore Debs is a wonderful brother to Eugene V. Debs. Says that she saw Eugene V. Debs speak a few weeks ago in Chicago, Illinois. Remarks that Eugene V. Debs is the one...
    • Germer, Adolph 1943-01-23

    • Salutations; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Debs, Jean Daniel; Debs, Marguerite Bettrich; Debs family; Lewis, Fay;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 1/23/43. Writes that he appreciated the copies of Eugene V. Debs' tribute to Jean Daniel Debs and Marguerite Bettrich Debs Theodore Debs sent. Says that Jim Phillips visits him whenever he is in Terre Haute, Indiana....
    • Kaneko, Josephine 1920-06-26

    • Amnesty; Pardon; Political prisoners; Prisons; Prison sentences; O'Hare, Kate Richards, 1877-1948;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 6/26/20. Tells Eugene V. Debs that she thinks of him often. Says that both her mother and a widowed brother are living with her now. Writes that her heart aches whenever she thinks about Eugene V. Debs imprisonment....
    • Debs, Eugene V. n.d. 031

    • Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821
    • Note to Theodore Debs, n.d. Tells Theodore Debs that he feels Napoleon's words, "Soldiers, forty centuries look down on you" whenever he stands in the shadow of the "great old Wild Cherry."
    • Rauschenbusch, Pauline 1926-05-03

    • Socialism and religion;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 5/3/1926. Writes that whenever she sees Eugene V. Debs's name that she thinks of what Dr. Levi Powers has said of Walter Rauschenbusch, this is, that he belonged to a higher order that one day will fill the earth. Remarks...
    • Mayoan, G.H. 1920-11-21

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 11/21/1920. Assures Eugene V. Debs that his heart is filled with love for him. Says that he would go to great lengths to see Eugene V. Debs freed. Tells Eugene V. Debs that his "heart aches and bleeds daily" for him....
    • Borland, W. P 1930-02-23

    • Social Democracy of America; Lloyd, John; Stedman, Seymour; Berger, Victor L., 1860-1929;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 02/23/1930. Says that he has been thinking back to the old Social Democracy of America days. Writes that he can still see Laurence Gronlund slowly starving to death from lack of clothes. Tells Theodore Debs that he...
    • Borland, W. P 1936-02-19

    • Socialism;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 02/19/1936. Writes that he wished that all people had the right to a pension "not through the operation of any such fantastic and uneconomic scheme as the so-called Townsend Plan, but by means of a scientific, economically...
    • Brewer, Grace 1914-01-24

    • Appeal to Reason; National Rip-Saw;
    • Photocopy of letter from Eugene V. Debs, 01/24/1914. Writes that he appreciated the information that Brewer sent. Tells Brewer that he will be willing to help the APPEAL TO REASON whenever the need should arise. Says that it is more convenient for...
    • Moonshiners, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Legends; People; Prohibition;
    • Lisa Acobert's transcribed interview with William Acobert about moonshiners in Vincennes, Indiana. According to Acobert, whenever the revenuers would come through town he would hide from them because he was scared.
    • Moonshiners, Chicago, Illinois

    • Legends; People; Prohibition; Alcohol;
    • James Slaven's transcribed interview of Morgan Kyle about moonshiners in Chicago, Illinois. According to Kyle, whenever a group of people was making moonshine you could always smell it and everyone knew what it was.
    • Gypsies, Parke County, Indiana

    • Legends; People; Nomads; Manners & customs;
    • Terri Dickey's transcribed interview of Gilbert Dickey about gypsies. According to Dickey, his grandmother was frequently visited by gypsies. Whenever they would visit, she would hide her money in a cupboard. Without ever going near it, the gypsies...
    • Hobo -- Summit, Illinois

    • Legends; People; Tramps; Railroads;
    • Jason Woodyard's transcribed interview of an anonymous 70 year-old female about a hobo in Summit, Illinois. According to this source, her husband's family would feed hoboes whenever the hoboes came to the family's house during the Depression.
    • Ouija Board, Indianapolis, Indiana

    • Supernatural; Ghosts; Spiritualism; Spiritual life; Ouija boards; Legends; Demons;
    • Bridget Monaghan's transcribed interview fo Helen Ryan about her experiences with an Ouija Board. According to Ryan, her sister was the leader whenever they would play with the Ouija Board.
    • Outlaw legend, Paragon, Indiana

    • Legends; People; Criminals; Crimes;
    • Paul Thomas' transcribed interview of John Thomas about the Orange Boys. According to Thomas, the Orange Boys were a group of men who ran Jews and African Americans out of town whenever the new people moved to town.

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