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    • Activities of Girl Scouts

    • Camping; Children;Girl Scouts of the United States of America
    • A fragmented newspaper clipping in the Terre Haute Tribune-Star. The news clipping explains the purpose of Girl Scout camps and informs what campers should expect. The article lists the staff that worked at the camp. Margaret Gisolo was a camp...
    • Al Capone

    • Prohibition; Legends; People; Alcohol; Criminals; Mafia;
    • Cathey Gutzweiler's transcribed interview of Daniel Gutzweiler about Al Capone. According to Gutzweiler, his grandfather had a run-in with a man who worked for Capone.
    • Andrews, Mary Madden 1977-07-30

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Fans (Persons);
    • Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper, 7/20/77. Writes that she used to wait on Eugene V. Debs at a restaurant she once worked at. Explains that she always appreciated Debs and his generosity.
    • Binkley Mining Company

    • Mining; Miners; Coal miners; Coal; Coal mining; Binkley Mining Company (Clinton, Ind.); Coal mines and mining -- Indiana -- Sullivan County;
    • One typed page describing the Binkley No. 8 mine. The mine was owned by the Binkley Coal Company and worked out June 15, 1935.
    • Bunsen mining company houses

    • Bunsen Mine No. 4 (Vermillion County, Ind.); Bunsen Mine No. 5 (Vermillion County, Ind.); Coal mines and mining -- Indiana -- Vermillion County;
    • Black and white photograph showing houses of the coal miners that worked at the Bunsen twin coal mines near Universal, Indiana.
    • Calvert, Anna 1940-11-09

    • Calvert, Bruce; Indiana State Normal School; Publications; Norway;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 11/9/1940. Says that she appreciated Theodore Debs's last letter. Says that her husband worked himself to death. Mentions that Benjamin De Casseres has written the introduction to the collection of Bruce Calvert's writings....
    • Clark, David H. 1920-08-05

    • Castleton, Samuel; Employment;Family
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 08/05/1920. Tells Debs that on this morning " the call to outdoors resounds, but Capitalism forbids . . . the call for bread smothers the voice of freedom and drives me each early morn to the dungeon." Writes that his...
    • Clinton Coal Company, Crown Hill Mine No. 1

    • Coal miners -- Indiana -- Vermillion County -- Correspondence; Jackson, George; Stultz, S. C.; Jones, Charley; Crown Hill Mine No. 1 (Clinton, Ind.); Clinton Coal Company (Clinton, Ind.); Mules; Muleteers -- Indiana -- Vermillion County --...
    • This letter to S. C. Stultz, part owner of the Crown Hill Mines, from George Jackson, stable boss at Crown Hill Mine No. 1, detailing the attributes of Sam #1, the oldest mule in the service of the Clinton Coal Company. Charley Jones is the current...
    • David Watts

    • Legends; People; Eccentric People;
    • Carly Platt's transcribed interview of Larry Platt about David Watts. According to Platt, Watts got kicked out of a restaurant once for threatening someone who worked there.
    • Ernie Pyle

    • Haunted houses; Children playing; Supernatural; Disembodied Voices;
    • Stephanie Skaza's transcribed interview of Linda K. Jones's account of hearing the disembodied voice of a child in Ernie Pyle's childhood home.
    • Eugene, Indiana, Vermillion County

    • City & town life; Cities & towns; Meat industry; Sugar industry; Ice industry; General stores; Schools; Churches; Groendyke, John, 1756-1824
    • Five typed pages describing Eugene, located in Vermillion County, Indiana. The population of Eugene was 157. Eugene was settled by the Groendyke and Collet families, and local residents worked for the meat packing industry. Other residents...
    • George Washington

    • Presidents; Presidential homes;
    • Steven Nixon's transcribed interview of Ralph Kendall about George Washington's kitchen boys. According to Kendall, the boys who worked in George Washington's kitchen were required to whistle while bringing food to the table. This was to assure the...

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