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    • When Will the Car Go Through the Ice Contest

    • Syracuse Beach; car; Syracuse; ice; contest; Earl Money; conservation officer
    • This image shows people on Syracuse Beach pulling a car from Syracuse lake after it had set on the ice over the winter for the "When will the car go through the ice?" contest. Earl Money, a conservation officer, is in the lower left corner of the...
    • West Rose window inside the National Cathedral

    • Independent Limestone Company; National Cathedral (Washington, D.C.)
    • This interior shot of the West Rose window inside the nave of the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. was taken by Hal Carrie for a postcard published shortly after the completion of the cathedral in 1990.
    • Waugh Family

    • Waugh Family; Waugh, Frank; Waugh, Elmatie; Waugh, Edward; Waugh, Edna; Waugh, Glen; Waugh, Bill; Johnson, Stacy
    • Frank Waugh and his wife Elmatie are pictured on the front porch of their home in 1903 surrounded by their family. From left to right they are Edward, baby Edna, Glen and Bill Waugh, and standing at the right, Stacy Johnson, Matie's mother. Frank...
    • Washington (steamship)

    • Steamboats; Ohio River; Madison (Ind.); Madison-Milton Bridge
    • The "Washington" was dismantled after striking Cock Gate Dam #8 on August 16, 1936. Here she is docked at Madison, Indiana. The Madison-Milton Bridge is in the background. Photograph taken circa 1927
    • Walter Carl Mundt

    • Businessmen
    • Walter Carl Mundt, Sr., was born in Berlin, Germany on June 16, 1862. He came to America in 1866 at the age of four with his parents, Charles and Bertha Krahn Mundt. The family located in Cincinnati, Ohio. His father passed away in 1881 and his...
    • Walker Theatre

    • Theaters; Marion County (Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.);
    • The image shows some of the exterior ornamentation on the theater building. The theater is named after Madame C. J. Walker, a nationally known African-American businessswoman who lived in the early twentieth century.
    • Walker Theatre

    • Theaters; Marion County (Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.);
    • The image shows the exterior of the Walker Theater. The theater is named after Madame C.J. Walker, a nationally known African-American businesswoman who lived in the early twentieth century.
    • Walker Theatre

    • Theaters; Marion County (Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.);
    • The image shows some of the exterior ornamentation on the theater building. The theater is named after Madame C.J. Walker, a nationally known African-American businesswomen who lived in the early twentieth century.
    • Walker Theatre

    • Theaters; Marion County (Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.)
    • The image shows some of the exterior ornamentation on the theater building. The theater was named after Madame C.J. Walker, a prominent African-American businesswoman who lived in the early twentieth century.
    • Walker Theatre

    • Theaters; Marion County (Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.)
    • The image shows the exterior of the theater. The theater was named after Madame C.J. Walker, a prominent African-American businesswoman who lived in the early twentieth century.
    • Walker Theatre

    • Theaters; Marion County (Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.)
    • The image shows some of the ornamentation above the stage of the Walker Theater. The theater was named after Madame C.J. Walker, a prominent African-American businesswomen who lived in the early twentieth century.
    • Walker Theatre

    • Theaters; Marion County (Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.)
    • The image show the ticket booth and entrance to the theater. The theater was named after Madame C.J. Walker, a prominent African-American businesswoman who lived in the early twentieth century.
    • Walker Theatre

    • Theaters; Marion County (Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.)
    • The image shows the ticket booth and entrance to the theater. The theater is named after Madame C.J. Walker, a prominent African-American businesswoman who lived in the early twentieth century.
    • Walker Theatre

    • Theaters; Marion County (Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.)
    • The image shows the front entrance to the theater. The theater is named after Madame C.J. Walker, a prominent African-American businesswoman who lived in the early twentieth century.
    • Moores Hill Collegian 1890, 1891, 1892

    • Moores Hill College--Periodicals; Moores Hill College; Moores Hill Male and Female Collegiate Institute; Moores Hill (Ind.)
    • Moores Hill College was founded 10 January 1854 in Moore’s Hill, Dearborn County, Indiana. It was first named The Moores Hill Male and Female Collegiate Institute. The school relocated to Evansville, Indiana in 1917 and became known as Evansville...

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