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    • William M. Chaney Oral History Transcript

    • Oral history; Oral histories; Interviews; Interviewing; Indiana--History; Ku Klux Klan (1915- ); World War, 1914-1918; Childhood; Family life; Racism; Fanaticism; Secret societies;
    • Transcript of an oral history interview with William M. Chaney conducted by Randall W. Jehs of the Indiana State Library in June 1971 . Chaney talks briefly about his family, childhood in Kentucky, and military service during World War II. For most...
    • WACs Relaxing After a Day's Work

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); Photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; United States. Army. Women's Army Auxiliary Corps; United States. Army. Women's Army Corps;...
    • Eight servicewomen of the Medical Section, 3561st Service Unit, Women's Army Corps (formerly Women's Army Auxiliary Corps) playing outside with one of the small dog mascots, possibly "Corporal Khaki", kept by the WACs at Camp Atterbury, Indiana....
    • WACs Leaving for Officer Candidate's School

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; soldiers; women; officers; military uniforms; United States. Army....
    • Three Women's Army Corps (WAC) servicewomen leaving Camp Atterbury, Indiana for Officer Candidate's School (OCS) at Ft. Des Moines, Iowa, driving in a convertible car (No. 136 H). 2nd Lieutenant Mary L. Porter, commanding officer of the WAC 3561st...
    • WAACs Marching at Review

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; soldiers; officers; military uniforms; military parades and ceremonies;...
    • Headquarters section of the 3561st Service Unit, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps unit marching past review officers at military review at Camp Atterbury, Indiana during World War II (No. 140 L).
    • Moores Hill Collegian 1890, 1891, 1892

    • Moores Hill College--Periodicals; Moores Hill College; Moores Hill Male and Female Collegiate Institute; Moores Hill (Ind.)
    • Moores Hill College was founded 10 January 1854 in Moore’s Hill, Dearborn County, Indiana. It was first named The Moores Hill Male and Female Collegiate Institute. The school relocated to Evansville, Indiana in 1917 and became known as Evansville...
    • Powder Horn 1943 - Indiana Ordnance Works Newsletter, Charlestown, Indiana

    • Powder Horn (Indiana Ordnance Works employee newsletter); Employees' magazines, newsletters.; E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company.; Indiana Ordnance Works (U.S.); Hoosier Ordnance Plant; Indiana Arsenal; Indiana Army Ammunition Plant; Clark County...
    • The Powder Horn is a newsletter that was published semi-monthly by and for the employees of the Indiana Ordnance Works in Charlestown, Indiana. The first one was published 22 August 1941. It was preceded by a newsletter called The Action. The aim...
    • Powder Horn 1941 - Indiana Ordnance Works Newsletter, Charlestown, Indiana

    • Powder Horn (Indiana Ordnance Works employee newsletter); Employees' magazines, newsletters.; E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company.; Indiana Ordnance Works (U.S.); Hoosier Ordnance Plant; Indiana Arsenal; Indiana Army Ammunition Plant; Clark County...
    • The Powder Horn is a newsletter that was published semi-monthly by and for the employees of the Indiana Ordnance Works in Charlestown, Indiana. The first one was published 22 August 1941. It was preceded by a newsletter called The Action. The aim...
    • Vol 05 No 08 1903, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Descriptive Statistics; Age-specific death rate; Cause-specific death rate; Infant mortality; Homicide; Suicide; Air Movement; Animal-Related Deaths; Automobiles; Blunt Injuries; Boone County; Borchardt, Christopher; Carbolic Acid; Case...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for August, 1903 p.85 / The monthly statistics furnish the following summaries for August p.86 / Disease prevalence p.86 / Smallpox p.86 / Typhoid Fever p.86 / Pneumonia p.86 / Violence p.86 / Death of Dr. Hibberd...
    • Vol 04 No 09 1902, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Age-specific death rate; Alternative Medicine; Animal Testing; Anti-Vaccination; Appellate Courts; Baker, R.E.; Bedding and Linens; Blankets; Boardinghouses; Bouillon; Cattle; Cause of Death; Cause-specific mortality rate; Children,...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for September, 1902 p. 97 / Smallpox in September p. 98 / Vaccine and Antitoxins p. 98 / Compulsory vaccination at Orleans p. 100 / Wants clean bed linen p. 100 / The Tampico schoolhouse p. 101 / Constumptive...
    • Vol 03 No 04 1901, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Descriptive Statistics; Age-Specific Death Rate; Anti-Vaccination; Antiseptics; Barcus, Paul J, 1862-.; Boone County; Brand Name Products; Butter; Campbellsburg; Carson, Dr.; Cause-Specific Mortality Rate; Clay County; Cream; Dairy...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for April, 1901 p. 37 / Sickness during April p. 38 / Smallpox during April p. 38 / The May Conference of State Health Officers p. 38 / Notes on antivacks and anarchists p. 40 / Chart showing geographical...
    • Van's Inn at Bass Lake

    • Starke County (Ind.); Gasoline pumps; Automobiles; Bus stops; Automobile service stations; Cafes;
    • Van's Inn was located at the south end of Bass Lake. It was a combination bus stop, service station and cafe. Van's Inn was very well-known to both residents and tourists for its Bar-B-Q sandwiches. View looking south.
    • Van's Inn Advertisement

    • Starke County (Ind.) ; Advertisements; Restaurants;
    • Advertisement for a restaurant popular in the 1930s and 1940s called Van's Inn. The advertisement is taken from a 1932 issue of the Bass Lake Times. Van's Inn had what was then called "legal beer", gas, oil, food, cabins, a merry-go-round and even...
    • Van's Inn

    • Automobile service stations; Bus stops; Starke County (Ind.);
    • Van's Inn was located at the south end of Bass Lake. It was a junction for what was then SR 10 and SR 29. Today SR 29 is US 35. It was a stop for Indiana Motor Bus offering rest rooms and a cafe.
    • Van's Inn

    • Starke County (Ind.); Gasoline pumps; Automobile service stations; Bus stops; Cafes;
    • Van's Inn was located at the south end of Bass Lake. It was a combination bus stop, service station and cafe. Van's Inn was very well-known to both residents and tourists for its Bar-B-Q sandwiches. View looking north. The gasoline pumps are...

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