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    • Robertson - World War II letters to Dorothy

    • World War II--United States; United States--Army--Air Corps; World War II--United States; World War II--United States; United States--Navy
    • This collection of nine letters were written to Dorothy Robertson during World War II. One is from the Red Cross and the other eight are from people Dorothy knew who were fighting in the war. Most of the letters are from former students of a high...
    • Guernsey family collection, Clark County, Indiana 1862-1877

    • United States--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence; Correspondence; Death; Poems; Cemeteries; Burials;
    • This collection of ten objects are from the Elam Guernsey family collection from Henryville, Indiana. There are 3 letters written during the American Civil War that provide some opinions about the war. One group of 19 pages belonged to Ella...
    • Letter to Mr. Robert Seever-1

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924;
    • During her lifetime area folks might have thought her strange. The later generation, though, claimed Gene wholeheartedly and claimed her stoutly. In this case, Bob Seever of WOWO radio had broadcast from Rome City regarding Gene Stratton-Porter. ...
    • Letter to Mr. Robert Seever-2

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924;
    • During her lifetime area folks might have thought her strange. The later generation, though, claimed Gene wholeheartedly and claimed her stoutly. In this case, Bob Seever of WOWO radio had broadcasted from Rome City regarding Gene...
    • Jeannette's treasures

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924 - Photography; Porter, Jeannette, 1887-1977; Clothing and Dress, 1880-1940;
    • Apparently Gene saw to it that Jeannette had some of the childhood experiences that she herself had. This included spending hours outdoors, having animal pets including a bantam rooster and even dressing them in clothes. Gene's rooster was named...
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    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924 - Photography
    • This photograph of a lone grosbeak sitting on a branch appeared in the July 1, 1901 issue of Outing magazine. There it has the caption of "Young Grosbeak - One of Six." The caption written in red ink below the photograph though illegible is not...
    • 616. City of Louisville, c1894

    • Steamboats
    • The Side-wheel packet, The City of Louisville is shown at the Howard Ship yards after her trial run. People can be seen in the Captain's cabin, Texas deck, passenger and freight decks with more persons walking around on the shore. In the foreground...
    • 607. James Howard

    • Steamboats
    • A portrait of the founder of the Howard Shipyards of Jeffersonville, Indiana. He has gray to white hair, pitched high on his head, a full white beard and shows a stern face with piercing eyes and long nose. He is wearing a coat and vest of good...
    • Roundhouse at North Madison

    • Railroads
    • In 1851 the roundhouse would come into being. The newspaper called it "the coliseum" and commented on its size. It would stand for only 55 years, though. In 1906 it would be pulled down. In later years the rest of the complex would go, piece by...
    • Featherstonhaugh, George William to William Maclure, September 20, 1833.

    • Personal correspondence; Philadelphia (Pa.) -- History -- 19th century; Geological Society of Pennsylvania; American Philosophical Society
    • From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, George William Featherstonhaugh writes to William Maclure, Mexico, on September 20, 1833. Maclure spent his life so quietly that his friends did not hear news frequently enough. Asks Maclure if he can confirm Andre...
    • Sampson, Henry to James Sampson, August 5, 1842.

    • Personal correspondence; New Harmony (Ind.) -- History -- 19th century; Finance
    • From Cincinnati, Ohio, Henry Sampson writes to his brother, James Sampson, New Harmony, Indiana, on August 5, 1842. Even though it goes against his judgement, Henry will grant James’s request to release Robert Henry Fauntleroy from liability and...
    • Macartney, John P. to Anna Maclure, August 5, 1843.

    • Personal correspondence; Macartney, John P. -- Family
    • From Mexico, John P. Macartney writes to his cousin, Anna Maclure, New Harmony, Indiana, on August 5, 1843. As per Anna's request, he made improvements on property in Mexico, which cost $122. Gives updates on family, encourages her to visit...
    • Maclure, William to Thomas Say, March 19, 1834.

    • Personal correspondence; Essay; New Harmony (Ind.) -- History -- 19th century; Actions and defenses; Mexico -- Politics and government -- 19th century
    • From Mexico, William Maclure writes to Thomas Say, New Harmony Indiana, on March 19, 1834. Letter forwarded by Peter Cullen, Veracruz, Mexico, March 24, 1834. Combined personal letter and essay No. 229 for publication. In letter to Thomas Say,...

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