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    • 227. Ohio Falls Street Trolley

    • Transportation; Education
    • The Ohio Falls Street Trolley ran from east (Port Fulton) of Jeffersonville to the west (Car Works) of Jeffersonville. This trolley was labeled Route 7 and was operated by a driver and a conductor, both of whom wore suits and hats for work. The...
    • White Bus

    • Transportation; Buses
    • The white bus ran the route between Madison and Indianapolis. It is pictured here at 310 Walnut Street. It evolved into the White Star Line run by Bill Lockridge.
    • In the camps of croesus - 2

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene,1863-1924 - Periodical;
    • This feature was printed in Volume 13 of Recreation magazine and tells of the Porter trip to the Inland Route of northern Michigan. The article, quoted by Judith Reick Long, recounts the hilarious story of Gene having to get "fixed up" to assist in...
    • Probably Fort Mackinac

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924 - Photography; Fort Mackinac (Mackinac Island, Mich.) - Pictorial Works
    • After 1895, Mackinac Island State Park became the first state park in Michigan. We learn from the article, "In the Camps of Croesus," that Gene's trip to the Inland Route was delayed with a side trip to Mackinac Island. (Recreation magazine, Volume...
    • A frog in his throat - 1

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924 - Photography
    • "I saw this Blue Heron for myself, hunted him to his favorite feeding grounds alone, and secured these studies of him, which may be the reason I am so especially fond of them. I was located at a small boarding-house on the Inland Route, and with my...
    • A frog in his throat - 2

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924 - Photography;
    • "I saw this Blue Heron for myself, hunted him to his favorite feeding grounds alone, and secured these studies of him, which may be the reason I am so especially fond of them. I was located at a small boarding-house on the Inland Route, and with my...
    • In the camps of croesus - 1

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924 - Periodical;
    • This feature was printed in Volume 13 of Recreation magazine and tells of the Porter trip to the Inland Route of northern Michigan. The article, quoted by Judith Reick Long, recounts the hilarious story of Gene having to get "fixed up" to assist in...
    • Bass Station General Store

    • Starke County (Ind.) ; Gasoline pumps; Automobile service stations; Automobiles; General stores;
    • Bass Station began as a railroad stop in the 1880's. Soon a couple general stores were built. Many tourists stopped here after arriving on the train or traveling up State Route 29, now U S Highway 35. This particular store was owned by the Lucas...
    • "Water Queen" and "Grace Devers"

    • Showboats; Tugboats;
    • The showboat, "Water Queen" was once host to, and co-star with, Gloria Swanson during the filming of 'Stage Struck'. The "Water Queen" looks like anything but a movie star while resting along side the levee at Madison, Indiana. She sank at her...
    • "Falls City" Outing

    • Rivers; People; Steamboats;
    • A group of people are shown on the "Falls City" on the Kentucky River. The "Falls City" was built in 1890 at New Albany and worked the Louisville to Frankfort route until she had to be replaced with another boat bearing the same name in 1898. ...
    • Trestle Footings in Clifty Falls State Park

    • Railroads; Railroad construction & maintenance; Trestles; State parks & reserves; Railroad bridges
    • The footings and abutment for the high trestle are visible evidence of a method of crossing a deep ravine. At this point the course of the railroad turned south parallel to Clifty Creek, which is deep down, immediately beyond the abutments. This is...
    • Burrough, Marmaduke to William Maclure, January 25, 1838.

    • Personal correspondence; Mail receiving and forwarding services; Voyages and travels
    • From Veracruz, Mexico, Marmaduke Burrough writes to William Maclure, Mexico, on January 25, 1838. Handwritten note stating answered on February 1, 1838. Discusses mail he received and forwarded for Maclure. Provides travel route and plans to New...
    • Burrough, Marmaduke to William Maclure, June 4, 1838.

    • Personal correspondence; Mail receiving and forwarding services; United States -- History -- 19th century; United States -- Foreign relations -- Mexico
    • From New Orleans, Louisiana, Marmaduke Burrough writes to William Maclure, Mexico, on June 4, 1838. Discusses his arrival in New Orleans on May 20, 1838, travel plans and route to New York City port, affairs regarding receiving and forwarding of...
    • Halsted, Benjamin to Anna Maclure, December 20, 1843.

    • Personal correspondence; Lafayette (Ind.) -- History -- 19th century; Voyages and travel
    • From Lafayette, Indiana, Benjamin Halsted writes to Anna Maclure, New Harmony, Indiana, on December 20 and 27, 1843, and January 3, 1843. Discusses traveling from New Harmony to Lafayette, building new church in Lafayette, baby who was born en...
    • Zédé, G. to Marie Duclos Fretageot, August 9, 1832.

    • Personal correspondence; Fretageot, Marie Duclos, 1783-1833 -- Friends and associates
    • From Paris, France, G. Zédé writes, in French, to Marie Duclos Fretageot, care of Madame d'Aubigny, a la Guillerie Par Tillières-sur-Avre, Eure, France, on August 9, 1832. Since he thought Fretageot would be returning from day to day, he had not...

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