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    • Governor Jackson and family

    • Beaches; Historic People and Figures;
    • Black and White Photograph. The first purchase of Indiana Dunes State Park on September 2, 1925. Governor Jackson and his family pose on the Dunes shore in front of the Governor's cottage. The cottage is seen 150 feet behind them overlooking the...
    • Dance of the Shore Birds

    • Pageant of the Dunes; Prairie Club; Indiana Dunes
    • This photograph shows an interpretive dance that formed part of the Historical Pageant of the Dunes, produced in 1917 by the Prairie Club and other organizations in support of the creation of an Indiana Dunes national park. Although the early...
    • Hoosier Minuteman, Volume 3, Number 3, March 1976

    • American Revolution Bicentennial, 1976 -- Indiana -- Periodicals; Indiana American Revolution Bicentennial Commission -- Periodicals
    • Newsletter of the Indiana American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (IARBC). The purpose of the publication was to arouse interest and participation in the nationwide American Revolution Bicentennial Celebration by reporting on resources and the...
    • Dunes purchase

    • Beaches; Historic People and Figures;
    • Black and White Photograph. The first purchase of Dunes State Park on September 2, 1925. Governor Jackson and W.P. Gleason stood together on the highest point of Mount Jackson. Governor Jackson presented Gleason with a cane for commemoration. ...
    • Deed presentation

    • Beaches; Historic People and Figures;
    • Black and White Photograph. Governor Ed Jackson presented the deed of the first purchase of Indiana Dunes State Park to W.A. Guthrie, Chairman of the State Conservation Board and Custodian of Indiana Dunes State Park. This photograph is part of...
    • Indiana flag on Mount Green

    • Beaches; Historic People and Figures;
    • Black and White Photograph. John O. Bowers, Gary Attorney, presented the deed of 106 acres to Everett L. Gardner, Chairman of the Dunes Park Purchasing Committee. The first purchase of duneland for Indiana Dunes State Park included Mount Green. ...
    • Presentation of Deed

    • Beaches; Historic People and Figures;
    • Black and White Photograph. Everett L. Gardner, Chairman of the Dunes State Park Purchasing Committee, presented to Governor Ed Jackson the deed to 106 acres of duneland. This was the first purchase for Indiana Dunes State Park, September 2,...
    • Reading the Dunes deed

    • Beaches; Historic People and Figures;
    • Black and White Photograph. Governor Jackson read the deed for the first purchase of 106 acres for Indiana Dunes State Park while John O. Bowers examined the check for $32,034.00. This photograph is part of the album "First Purchase of the Dunes."
    • Dunes first purchase check

    • Beaches; Historic People and Figures;
    • Black and White Photograph. Governor Jackson presented John O. Bowers a check for $32,034.00 in payment for the first purchase of 106 acres of duneland for Indiana Dunes State Park. This photograph is part of the album "First Purchase of the...
    • Driftwood

    • Gray, Alice; Diana of the Dunes; Indiana Dunes
    • A photograph of Alice Gray's cabin on the lake called "Driftwood" taken by Captain C.H. Robinson. Robinson wrote on the back of the photograph, "A girl who was a graduate of the University of Chi. and a Ph D. turned hermit and lived in this shack...
    • Governor Jackson and household

    • Beaches; Historic People and Figures;
    • Black and White Photograph. Governor Jackson with family and household members at their cottage on Lake Michigan, Indiana Dunes State Park. Governor Jackson and family vacationed at the Lake in August 1925. This photograph is part of the album...
    • Warranty Deed

    • Beaches;
    • Black and White Photocopy. A facsimile of the warranty deed for the first purchase of 106 acres by Indiana for Indiana Dunes State Park. This facsimile is part of the album "First Purchase of the Dunes."
    • Governor Jackson address on Mount Green

    • Beaches; Historic People and Figures;
    • Black and White Photograph. Governor Jackson, on top Mount Green, delivered an address to the members of the Conservation Department and the Indiana Dunes State Park Purchasing Committee. He requested speedy action of the succeeding purchases of...
    • Hoosier Minuteman, Volume 3, Number 6, June 1976

    • American Revolution Bicentennial, 1976 -- Indiana -- Periodicals; Indiana American Revolution Bicentennial Commission -- Periodicals
    • Newsletter of the Indiana American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (IARBC). The purpose of the publication was to arouse interest and participation in the nationwide American Revolution Bicentennial Celebration by reporting on resources and the...
    • Indiana History Bulletin, volume 10 number 8, May 1933

    • Indiana -- History -- Periodicals; Century of Progress International Exposition (1933-1934 : Chicago, Ill.) Indiana--Description and travel; Historic sites – Indiana; Education--Indiana—History; Seals and labels (Philately); Valley Forge National...
    • Publication of the Indiana Historical Bureau reporting on activities that promote state and local history. Issued May 1933.
    • Hazel Hannell, Artist

    • Artists; Hannell, Hazel
    • The Hannells came to the Furnessville area from Chicago during the Depression and were founding members of the artists' community that flourished there. The Hannells built a studio and kiln near their home and used the native red clay to produce...

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