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    • Lewis, Lena Morrow 1944-10-17

    • Writing;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 10/17/1944. Writes that he has been ill. Tells Lewis that he is trying to dig up material about Eugene V. Debs for Irving Stone's book. Mentions that he was pleased by what the review in the NEW YORK TIMES said about...
    • Lewis, Lena Morrow 1944-09-30

    • Writing;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 9/30/1944. Writes that based upon the reviews for Irving Stone's latest book IMMORTAL WIFE that there should be no more "misapprehensions as to the desirability of a novel" about Eugene V. Debs’ life rather than a...
    • Mrs. Marie Williams in classroom

    • Women's clothing;Men's clothing; Musical instruments; Pianos; Violoncellos; Violins; Shoes; Skirts; Blouses; Music education; Music rooms; Suits (Clothing);
    • Black and white photograph of Mrs. Marie Williams (standing in the middle) and four others in a music classroom with instruments. Mrs. Marie Williams was Jack Williams's wife, and was the music teacher in the Lost Creek Township school district for...
    • Steffes, John G 1918-05-06

    • Wills; Socialist Party of the United States of America; Law & legal affairs;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 05/06/1918. Writes that he and his wife are both 70 years old and in failing health. Says that he has accumulated property worth $15,000. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he would like to will this property to the Socialist...
    • Family photograph

    • United States. Navy; Gisolo, Margaret, b. 1914?;
    • This is a photograph of Margaret, her sister-in-laws, and sister. It was taken in Blanford, Indiana where Gisolo grew up. Margaret Gisolo is on the far right. From left to right there is Margaret, Don's wife. Next is Sylvia, Joe's wife. Next to...
    • Captain and Mrs. Tucker

    • United States. Naval Reserve. Women’s Reserve
    • This is a photograph of Captain Tucker and his wife at the "O" Club Reception at Corpus Christi, Texas. This is where Margaret Gisolo was stationed when she was part of the U.S. Navy Waves.
    • Curry, Mabel Dunlap n.d. Letter

    • United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia; Terre Haute (Ind.); Petitions;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, n.d. Says that a friend from his boyhood, Jack Clark, and his wife came to visit him. Writes that his visiting privileges have been exceeded. Mentions that he appreciated the petition the people of Terre Haute,...
    • Civil War: George Gegner letter to Lizzie Wayman, April 17, 1864

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Veterans; Camps; Marching; Soldiers; Letters; Photographs; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 130th (1863-1865);
    • A letter from George Gegner to his future wife, Lizzie Wayman, dated April 17, 1864. Gegner was stationed in Bridgeport, Alabama at the time he wrote the letter. In the letter, George tells Lizzie that he was recovering from a cold. He also lets...
    • Civil War: George Gegner letter to Lizzie Wayman, November 23, 1864

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Letters; Camps; Marching; Soldiers; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 130th (1863-1865);
    • A letter from George Gegner to his future wife, Lizzie Wayman, dated November 23, 1864. Gegner was stationed in Johnsonville, Tennessee at the time he wrote the letter. In the letter, George tells Lizzie how he and his friend John built a shelter...
    • Civil War: George Gegner letter to Lizzie Wayman, December 27, 1864

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Letters; Camps; Marching; Soldiers; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 130th (1863-1865);
    • A letter from George Gegner to his future wife, Lizze Wayman, dated December 27, 1864. Gegner was stationed near Columbia, Tennessee at the time he wrote the letter. George tells Lizzie that his Regiment moved their camp to a nicer place near...
    • Civil War: George Gegner letter to Lizzie Wayman, September 25, 1864.

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Letters; Camps; Marching; Soldiers; Railroad mail service; Sabbaths; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 130th (1863-1865);
    • A letter from George Gegner to his future wife, Lizzie Wayman, dated September 25, 1864. Gegner was stationed in Decatur, Georgia at the time he wrote the letter. In the letter, George tells Lizzie that it had rained the week beforebut as he writes...
    • Civil War: George Gegner letter to Lizzie Wayman, November 13, 1864

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Letters; Camps; Marching; Soldiers; Political elections; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 130th (1863-1865);
    • A letter from George Gegner to his future wife, Lizzie Wayman, dated November 13, 1864. Gegner was stationed in Johnsonville, Tennessee at the time he wrote the letter. In the letter, George describes their trip from Resaca to Johnsonville,...
    • Civil War: George Gegner letter to Lizzie Wayman, September 19, 1864

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Camps; Marching, Soldiers; Letters; Photographs; Uniforms; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 130th (1863-1865);
    • A letter from George Gegner to his future wife, Lizzie Wayman, dated September 19, 1864. Gegner was stationed in Decatur, Georgia at the time he wrote the letter. In the letter, George tells Lizzie that his Regiment made camp in the woods about a...
    • Civil War: George Gegner letter to Lizzie Wayman, March 18, 1864

    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Camps; Marching; Soldiers; Letters; United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 130th (1863-1865);
    • A letter from George Gegner to his future wife, Lizzie Wayman, dated March 18, 1864. Gegner was stationed at Camp Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky at the time he wrote the letter. George tells Lizzie that his Regiment marched from Kokomo, Indiana to...
    • Turkey Run

    • Turkey Run State Park (Ind.); Parke County (Ind.); Parks;
    • One typed page which talks about how Turkey Run is a favorite place for young people to become engaged as it is such a beautiful, romantic place. J.D. Adams gave the joint committee from the Board of Trade and the Chamber of Commerce $500 for the...
    • Lusk's Mill at Turkey Run

    • Turkey Run State Park (Ind.);Mills;Pioneers
    • Two typed pages which contain information on Salmon Lusk and his wife Polly, who settled on one thousand acres on Sugar Creek. They built a mill, which later also had a sawmill attached. In 1847 a great flood washed away the mills.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Les Freiberger's transcribed personal account of Martin Piniak. According to Freiberger, Piniak lived under a bridge over the Little Calumet River in East Chicago, Indiana. Piniak was said to live as a hermit because his wife died.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Delana Good's transcribed interview of Andy Lemon's account of Martin Piniak. Lemon said that Piniak lived under the toll road. Lemon also stated that Piniak walked everywhere he went because his fiance was killed in a car accident and after that...

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