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Scene from Spring Awakening
University of Evansville; Universities and colleges; Theater; Actors
“Spring Awakening,” by German dramatist Frank Wedekind, is performed at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Washington, D.C. This production is the sixth UE entry since 1971 to...
Factories of Apperson Brothers Automobile Co. Kokomo, Indiana
Howard County (Ind.); Apperson Brothers Automobile Company; Advertisements; Aerial views; Factories--Indiana--Kokomo
In the early years of the automotive industry, Apperson Brothers Automobile Company became a prominent fixture in Kokomo from 1902 to 1926. This aerial illustration of the plant, as depicted in a 1915...
Leedy Catalog Page Showing the Patented Snare Strainer
Leedy Manufacturing Company; Drum
Over the thirty years that Leedy was making drums, he made some innovations on drum parts and accessories. His first invention was in 1896, when he developed a folding drum stand so the drummer would not...
Cover of UE Magazine Depicting 150 Years Banner
University of Evansville; Universities and colleges; Banners
UE celebrates 150 years of existence with a logo for the celebration featuring the words: Civic Mission… Sacred Trust, referring to its mission of providing a quality education in a faith based environment....
German American families--Indiana--Indianapolis; German Americans; Germans--Indiana; Portrait photographs; Businessmen
Frederick Fahnley was a German immigrant and milliner. Mr. Fahnley was president of the Fahnley & McCrea Millinery Company and was a leader in the wholesale millinery trade in Indianapolis for nearly half...
Lena Soehner Fahnley
German Americans; German Americans--Indiana--Indianapolis; Portrait photographs; Hairstyles
Miss Lena Soehner, a native of Baden, Germany married Frederick Fanhley. She came to America with her parents when she was seven years old and they lived in Dayton, Ohio where Mrs. Fahnley was reared and...
Jacob P. Dunn, Jr.
Dunn, Jacob P., 1855-1924; Librarians; Historians; Men's clothing; Portrait photographs; Portraits
The IHS languished for many years until it was revitalized in the 1880s by three amateur historians--Jacob P. Dunn Jr. (pictured here), William H. English, and Daniel Wait Howe. Dunn served as the Society's...
State of Indiana. First Annual Fair. Diploma. 1852. To Michael Ingermann of Hamilton Co. Indiana For Best Plowing-by boys under 18 years of age.
Indiana State Fair; Agricultural exhibitions; Awards; Plowing; Ingermann, Michael
Michael Ingermann of Hamilton County, bested other young contestants and took a first premium at the 1852 State Fair for the best plowing for a boy under 15 years of age. His award is signed by the Governor...
Salt Creek Township (Decatur County) School Register, 1888-1890
Decatur County (Ind.); Schools; Education; Teachers
Salt Creek Township is in the southeast corner of Decatur County. The Salt Creek Township School in 1888-1890 was taught by Ellen Moody. There were 36 students, divided into three grades. Students in Grade...
Feuerlicht, Morris M. (Morris Marcus), 1879-1959; Jews--Indiana--Indianapolis; Rabbis--Indiana--Indianapolis--Biography
Morris Marcus Feuerlicht was in the pulpit of the Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation for nearly 50 years. At the same time, for 31 years, he was part of the Butler University faculty. This booklet of his...
Standard Oil Plant, Whiting, Indiana
Lake County (Ind.); Standard Oil Company; Petroleum industy and trade; Aerial views
The area in the vicinity of Whiting, Indiana was first settled in 1848. The population was comprised largely of Eastern Europeans during the early years. The Standard Oil Company’s move into the town...
Mary Ann Moore’s Sampler
Morgan County (Ind.); Samplers; Textile crafts; Needlework; Decorative arts; Corss-stitch; Alphabets; Moore family; Political slogans
Mooresville was laid out in 1824 by Samuel Moore and named for him. Samuel Moore opened the first store in town which the family operated for 44 years. This sampler was made by his eight-year-old daughter,...
The Haynes "Light Six" Open Car, 1918
Howard County (Ind.); Haynes Automobile Company; Advertisements; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Catalogs
Having progressed 25 years in the auto business, the Haynes models of 1918 appear more advanced, diverse in design, and popularly promoted, as seen in this advertisement touting the latest features and...
Alto School in Alto, Indiana
Howard County (Ind.); School buses; School children; Schools; Horses
The small village of Alto in Howard County, founded in 1848, was home to this impressive brick school. Students and teachers are gathered for a formal photo with the school "hack" nearby. Pupil Anna M....
City Building, Kokomo, Ind
Howard County (Ind.); Government facilities
Kokomo's iconic City Buildng, erected in 1893, is depicted here early in its history. Exhibiting architecture in Richardsonian Romanesque Revival style, it served city government for 90 years before refurbishment...
Packet "Lizzie Bay"
Steamboats; Transportation; Commerce (Ship); Horses; Carriages & coaches; Ohio River
The ship was built in Madison, Indiana in 1886. For many years the Lizzie Bay traveled back and forth from Madison, Indiana, to Cincinnati. This view shows it near Madison.
The ReVere Speedster
Cass County (Ind.); ReVere Motor Car Corp; Automobiles; Automobiles--Catalogs; ReVere automobile
The ReVere Auto Company produced luxury cars in Logansport for nine years. The company's best known model was the ReVere Speedster. It sold for around $3,200 and reached speeds of 85 miles per hour on...
Portrait of Col. Abel C. Pepper, the Government's Indian Agent, Stationed at Logansport, September, 1838
Cass County (Ind.); Indian agents; Indian land transfers
Col. Abel C. Pepper negotiated treaties for land with the Potawatomi. Each treaty required the Indians to leave within two years. In 1839 those who had not complied were gathered at Crooked Creek, west...
Cabin of the "Tacoma"
Steamboats; Transportation; Boats
Shown in the picture are Captain and Mrs. Gordon C. Greene, Tom and Chris Greene and Jesse Hughes. The Tacoma was built in New Richmond, Ohio in 1883. It operated for 39 years and was based in Cincinnati....
Madison County (Ind.); Theaters; Business districts
Opened in 1929, the Paramount Theatre and accompanying ballroom is the centerpiece of downtown Anderson. The famous theatre has played host to numerous stars of the stage and screen over the years. Today,...
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