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    • 12. Recycling at camp

    • Education; Camps
    • The image is taken at the camp's refuse and recycle shed. Four students work under the direction of John Nikitas to sort, operate the crush machine, and box soft drink cans for recycling.Mr. Nikitas is wearing the overalls and has his back to the...
    • 13. 222 West Riverside Drive

    • Architecture
    • 222 West Riverside was built by Nora Lyon (Mrs. James) Wathen (Mrs. John) Adams, the daughter in law of the Wathen who owned the Jeff Ferry Company. She had no descendents. The home burned sometime between 1980 and 1982. There were no residents...
    • 147 Improved Order of Redmen

    • organization
    • Back row from left to right: Charles Dufendach, John Worman, Clint Feltner, Otis Alvey, Guy Dearing, Ben Hoffhaus, Norm Dufendach. Middle row from left to right: Henry Warnsman, Ed Helmerick, Pat Epple, Dave Dufendach, Bill Mundy. Front row from...
    • 155. Tunnel Mill

    • Mills; Water Mills; Sawmills
    • A picture of the Tunnel Mill works in Charlestown. Built in 1814, the building stands at least three stories tall. The bottom levels were built of stone and the upper of wood. There are windows on each side, providing for ventilation. The building...
    • 1560th Service Unit and WACs at Review

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; soldiers; officers; military uniforms; military parades and ceremonies;...
    • Different sections of 1560th Service Unit and the two sections of the 3561st Service Unit of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps standing at military review) at Camp Atterbury, Indiana during World War II (No. 140 C). These ceremonies occurred every...
    • 1560th Service Unit at Parade Review

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); Photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; officers; soldiers; military uniforms; parades; men; women; dogs; United...
    • The 1560th Service Unit standing in their sections at parade review at Camp Atterbury, Indiana during World War II. The Women's Army Corps 3561st Service Unit stands closest to the photographer and the officers stand out in front of their units....
    • 1560th Service Unit at Review

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); Photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; officers; soldiers; military uniforms; parades; men; women; dogs; United...
    • The 1560th Service Unit standing in their sections at parade review at Camp Atterbury, Indiana during World War II. The Women's Army Corps 3561st Service Unit stands closest to the photographer and the officers stand out in front of their units....
    • 1560th Service Unit Presenting Colors at Review

    • Camp Atterbury (Ind.); photographs; United States. Army; World War, 1939-1945; world wars; army bases; army camps; military bases; military training camps; military personnel; soldiers; officers; military uniforms; military parades and ceremonies;...
    • Members of the 1560th Service Unit marching past their commanding officers at military review, led by the colors (flag) at Camp Atterbury, Indiana during World War II (No. 140 A). These ceremonies occurred every Friday afternoon at the training...
    • 18. Morning directions

    • Education; Camps
    • Three teachers stand to the center and left in this image. Four students stand behind them in one of the workshops. Mr. Edward Meyer is holding a half eaten banana and is giving instructions to someone off picture. Mr Byers, photographer for the...
    • 1852 Chesterton Depot

    • Railroads; Michigan Southern Railroad; depot; clothing
    • Lounging on the platform outside the original wooden Michigan Southern depot around the turn of the century were (left to right): John Thompson, William A. Wood, and Willard Place. The two men on the right are thought to be L. Wicter and Albert...

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