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    • Little remains of what once was Limberlost-6

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924; Limberlost Cabin-Geneva-Adams County (Ind.);Limberlost Swamp (Ind.);
    • Mary Wade Atteberry visited the Limberlost State Historic Site prior to the spring open house. There she spoke with tour guide, Harold Long. Retired school teacher and local historian, Harold recalled his memories of Gene Stratton-Porter. "She...
    • Little remains of what once was Limberlost-5

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924; Limberlost Cabin-Geneva-Adams County (Ind.); Limberlost Swamp (Ind.)
    • Mary Wade Atteberry visited the Limberlost State Historic Site prior to the spring open house. There she spoke with tour guide, Harold Long. Retired school teacher and local historian, Harold recalled his memories of Gene Stratton-Porter. "She...
    • Mrs. Wilson talks of Gene Stratton Porter-2

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924
    • With the passing of Donald Wilson, nephew of Gene Stratton-Porter (son of Ada), another who knew Gene intimately had passed. Carmen took this time to interview his widow who "wanted to correct erroneous information" regarding Mrs. Porter. Mrs....
    • McKinney Family Papers 1823-1923

    • Clark County (Ind.); Charlestown (Ind.); Memphis (Ind.); Jeffersonville (Ind.); New Albany (Ind.); Louisville (Ky.); Correspondence; Military pensions--United States--Civil War, 1861-1865; Receipts; Land sales; Land titles--Registration and...
    • The McKinney Family Papers span 100 years and at least three generations of the McKinney family. The collection starts in 1823 with the purchase of 3 acres in Charlestown, Indiana and ends in 1923 with a bill of sale for a Ford Touring car. The...
    • Mrs. Wilson talks of Gene Stratton Porter-1

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924
    • With the passing of Donald Wilson, nephew of Gene Stratton-Porter (son of Ada), another who knew Gene intimately had passed. Carmen took this time to interview his widow who "wanted to correct erroneous information" regarding Mrs. Porter.
    • Friend recalls famous author-1

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924 - Periodical; Schenbeck, Mary "Mamie" Hawbaker, 1888-1992;
    • Mary, known locally as Mamie, was the daughter of Daniel Hawbaker. Daniel owned the farm that the Porters often visited on Sundays. Gene also did research there. Mamie shares her recollections in this article. Hoch continues her writing with...
    • Friend recalls famous author-2

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924 - Periodical; Schenbeck, Mary "Mamie" Hawbaker, 1888-1992;
    • Mary, known locally as Mamie, was the daughter of Daniel Hawbaker. Daniel owned the farm that the Porters often visited on Sundays. Gene also did research there. Mamie shares her recollections in this article. Hoch continues her writing with...
    • Friend recalls famous author-3

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924 - Periodical; Schenbeck, Mary "Mamie" Hawbaker, 1888-1992;
    • Mary, known locally as Mamie, was the daughter of Daniel Hawbaker. Daniel owned the farm that the Porters often visited on Sundays. Gene also did research there. Mamie shares her recollections in this article. Hoch continues her writing with...
    • Stratton-Porter: 'Dream Weaver'

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924
    • Kathy Hoch analyses Gene Stratton-Porter's life and literary works determining that while she developed her own talents and interests, she was not a suffragette. Gene trusted her own judgment and quietly did what she set out to do.
    • Little remains of what once was Limberlost-1

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924; Limberlost Cabin-Geneva-Adams County (Ind.); Limberlost Swamp (Ind.)
    • Little has changed at the Limberlost Cabin. The soapstone sidewalks remain the same. To the left at the back of the house, one can see the edge of what the Price's called, "Dream Girl's Porch." The wide library window is to the front and covered...
    • Little remains of what once was Limberlost-2

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924; Limberlost Cabin-Geneva-Adams County (Ind.); Limberlost Swamp (Ind.)
    • Mary Wade Atteberry visited the Limberlost State Historic Site prior to the spring open house. There she spoke with tour guide, Harold Long. Retired school teacher and local historian, Harold recalled his memories of Gene Stratton-Porter. "She...
    • Little remains of what once was Limberlost-3

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924; Limberlost Cabin-Geneva-Adams County (Ind.); Limberlost Swamp (Ind.)
    • This 11.5 in. X 19.5 in. oval photograph of Gene is on display in the Gene Stratton-Porter Room of the Geneva Library. It rests in an ornate wooden frame with curved glass. Given in memory of the Perry O. and Mary Etta Fields family it occupies...
    • Mrs. Schenbeck tells historical society-6

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924; Porter, Jeannette 1867-1977; Porter, Charles D., 1850-1926; Schenbeck, Mary "Mamie" Hawbaker, 1888-1992; Limberlost Cabin-Geneva-Adams County (Ind.); Limberlost Swamp (Ind.)
    • Schenbeck relaxes with a Historical Society member and her grandchildren.
    • Little remains of what once was Limberlost-4

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924; Limberlost Cabin-Geneva-Adams County (Ind.); Limberlost Swamp (Ind.)
    • Mary Wade Atteberry visited the Limberlost State Historic Site prior to the spring open house. There she spoke with tour guide, Harold Long. Retired school teacher and local historian, Harold recalled his memories of Gene Stratton-Porter. "She...
    • Mrs. Schenbeck tells historical society-2

    • Stratton-Porter, Gene, 1863-1924; Porter, Jeannette 1867-1977; Porter, Charles D., 1850-1926; Schenbeck, Mary "Mamie" Hawbaker, 1888-1992; Limberlost Cabin-Geneva-Adams Couty (Ind.); Limberlost Swamp (Ind.)
    • Often on Sundays the Porters would go to the Hawbaker farm where they would fish along the Wabash River. This photograph kept alive the memory of Charles Porter catching an eel on his hook.

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