Local News depicting eastern Howard County in Indiana. Headlines: Not "Up to the Minute" but "Back to the Century"; A Chance to Own a Greentown Brick; Cast call; Sesquicentennial Quilt to be Offered; Joe Rice Paperweights to be Issued
A photograph of Mike Archer on a ladder, retrieving the net after the Dubois Jeeps won the basketball sectional game against the Jasper Wildcats. Keywords: basketball players, basketball hoop, net, people, gymnasium, ladder, newspaper.
A typed letter from Edmund H. Eitel on James Whitcomb Riley letterhead written to Lucius Lybrand. He is returning Lybrand's letter and two dollar fee for an autograph, as Riley is no longer physically able to give one. However, he is enclosing a...
Louisville Cement Company (Speed, Ind.); The Speedometer (Louisville Cement Company employee newsletter); The Speed Way (Louisville Cement Company employee newsletter); The Warning Star (Louisville Cement Company employee newsletter); Louisville...
The Speedometer was a monthly or sometimes bi-weekly newsletter of the Louisville Cement Company in Speed, Indiana. The newsletter was focused on safety issues at the plant but also included human interest stories. The Speedometer began publication...
Elwood's City Building was constructed in 1899 at a cost of $35,000. It was based on a model of the Chicago Town Hall. It was replaced in 2003 with a new Municipal Building. In 2005, the Robert Palmer Institute of Biomechanics was announced as...
Elwood's First Christian Church was organized in 1852 and built church in 1895 on a lot donated by Beard Frazier at 18th and Main Streets. During the influenza epidemic of 1918, the church was used as a temporary hospital.
Delaware County (Ind.)--Biography; Delaware County (Ind.)--History
Two volume history of Delaware County, Indiana. Volume I is an historical account of early settlement and the development of local government and social organizations within the county. Volume II contains biographical sketches of the residents.
Elkhart County (Indiana)--History;
A standard history of Elkhart County, Indiana; an authentic narrative of the past, with particular attention to the modern era in the commercial, industrial, educational civic and social development.
Volume II contains biographical...
Huntington county (Ind.)--Biography; Huntington county (Ind.)--History
History of Huntington county, Indiana; a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests.
Volume II consists of Biographical Sketches.
J. W. Sefton Manufacturing's first product was wooden butter dishes, but in 1900, J. F. Ferris, a company technician, developed a corrugated cardboard box, which became the company's mainstay. In 1930, Sefton was acquired by Container Corporation.