Brownsburg Basketball Team. First Row : Andy Harris, Robert Dozier, Urban Salmon. Second Row: Leslie Lingeman, Ray Ottinger, Roger Lingeman, Russel Nevitt. Third Row: Coach George Reitzel, Herman Garner, Earl Reed, Sam Patterson, Oscar McDaniel.
Brownsburg H.S. Mens Basketball Team, 1946-47; Back Row, L - R: Art Wilson, Ted Hodge, Jack Skank, George Lilterell, Don Garner, Don Ottinger, Tom Ballard. Front Row, L - R: Glen Steele (Coach), ___ Smith, Tom Hawk, Bob Rush, Wayne Hott, Mik Pool,...
(left) Ruah Ann Harding, wife of William Hopkins. (back middle) Nora Belle Hopkins Johnson, daughter of Wyatt Stepp Hopkins, son of Ruah Ann Harding. (front) Esther Floy (?) Johnson, daughter of Nora and George Johnson. Original not available.
Picture of Mrs. Ruah Hopkins, her children, grand children, and three great grand children taken at th old Hopkins home 2.5 miles North of Brownsburg, August 1st 1904. George Andrew Johnson and Nora Belle Johnson in photo. Original not available.
Brownsburg High School Class 1933. Top row: Meredith B. Ayers, Anna Batic, Emery Alfred Burcham, Kathryn Duncan, Frances Eaton, Maxine Flinn, Imelda M. Fahy, Otis James Gray, Mary R. Hribar, Alvin M. Hulse; Second row: Abraham Hettenvan, Loral E....
George and Barbara Brake's music boxes to be sold at Santa's Shoppe Arts and Crafts Show. When Santa's nose is pushed, Christmas music plays; the Snowman plays "Frosty the Snowman." The Brakes lived on Chatham Drive in Brownsburg.
Indiana--Pioneer life; Indiana--Soldiers and sailors--War of 1812; Pigeon Roost massacre, 1812;
Narrative history of Indiana from the French colonization to early statehood. Individual chapter topics include: schools, animals, Internal improvements, the underground railroad, and the mound builders.