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    • Courthouse square, Anderson, Ind.

    • Business districts ; Anderson, Ind. ; Street railroads
    • The first public transportation in Anderson was a street car system drawn by mules. It was replaced in the 1890's by this electric street car system, which eventually grew into the Union Traction Company of Indiana.
    • Vol 01 No 12 1900, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Age-Specific Death Rate; Allen County; Beckes, L.M.; Bertillon System (Disease and Mortality Classification); Budget; Butter; Cause of Death; Cause-Specific Mortality Rate; Census; Cremation; Death Certificates; Descriptive Statistics;...
    • Analysis of mortality statistics for September p. 117 / Sickness during September p. 118 / Looking Backward p. 118 / The revision of the Bertillon classifications of causes of death p. 119 / Pure water on the farm p. 120 / The water we use p. 120 /...
    • Vol 04 No 12 1902, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Descriptive Statistics; Age-specific death rate; Cause-specific death rate; Infant mortality; Homicide; Suicide; Smallpox; Tuberculosis; Typhoid; Vaccination; Accidents, Railroad; Adhesives; Aniline; Apple Butter; Asphyxia; Baker, Henry...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for December, 1902 p. 133 / Disease prevalence in December p. 134 / Smallpox in Indiana in December p. 134 / Typhoid fever in the state in December p. 134 / Tuberculosis in the state in December p. 134 / Deaths from...
    • Timbers

    • Lumber; Boat & ship industry; Mules
    • The timbers for a new hull for the "G. W. McBride" are being transferred to the mule drawn carts. They seem to be waiting for more mules before continuing. One can get a better view of the rear of the old freight station in this photograph. This...
    • Timbers

    • Lumber; Boat & ship industry; Mules; "G. W. McBride"; Madison
    • The information given by the photographer says, "145' timbers shipped on 3 flat cars from the state of Washington to build steamboat "G.W. McBride" at the Marine Ways in Madison". The location of the picture is behind the freight station on Vaughn...
    • Letter from Russel Bottorff to Mr Jessie Dorsey, April 11, 1943.

    • Military police; World War, 1939-1945--Military facilities--American--Mississippi--Como Internment Camp; Farming--Mississippi--1940-1950; Military training; Cotton; Mules; Sharecroppers; Weather; Dams
    • The Jesse G. Dorsey Collection of World War II Correspondence consists of correspondence from 348 service members and their relatives, written to Jesse Dorsey during World War II. Mr. Dorsey was the Director of Recreation and Welfare and editor of...
    • Shop Notes 1920

    • Monroe County (Ind.) -- History; Bloomington (Ind.) -- History; Showers Brothers Furniture Factory (Bloomington, Ind.) -- History; Furniture industry and trade -- Indiana -- Bloomington -- History; Business enterprises -- Indiana -- Monroe County;...
    • Newsletter created for and by employees of the Showers Brothers Company, a furniture manufacturer in Bloomington, Indiana. Covers topics on worker safety, entertainment, recreation, and local and personal news.
    • Shop Notes 1919

    • Monroe County (Ind.) -- History; Bloomington (Ind.) -- History; Showers Brothers Furniture Factory (Bloomington, Ind.) -- History; Furniture industry and trade -- Indiana -- Bloomington -- History; Business enterprises -- Indiana -- Monroe County;...
    • Newsletter created for and by employees of the Showers Brothers Company, a furniture manufacturer in Bloomington, Indiana. Covers topics on worker safety, entertainment, recreation, and local and personal news.
    • Shop Notes 1917

    • Monroe County (Ind.) -- History; Bloomington (Ind.) -- History; Showers Brothers Furniture Factory (Bloomington, Ind.) -- History; Furniture industry and trade -- Indiana -- Bloomington -- History; Business enterprises -- Indiana -- Monroe County;...
    • Newsletter created for and by employees of the Showers Brothers Company, a furniture manufacturer in Bloomington, Indiana. Covers topics on worker safety, entertainment, recreation, and local and personal news.
    • Smithville News 1909-03-12

    • Monroe County (Ind.); Clear Creek (Monroe County, Ind. : Township); Smithville (Ind.); Smithville (Ind.) -- Smithville News; Deckard Family; Dillman Family; Fox Family; McCormick Family; Reeves Family; Warring Family
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    • Smithville News 1909-02-05

    • Monroe County (Ind.); Clear Creek (Monroe County, Ind. : Township); Smithville (Ind.); Smithville (Ind.) -- Smithville News; Knights of Pythias; Red Man Hall (Smithville, Ind.); Deckard Family
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    • Smithville News 1910-03-18

    • Monroe County (Ind.); Clear Creek (Monroe County, Ind. : Township); Smithville (Ind.); Smithville (Ind.) -- Smithville News; Reeves Family; Sylvester Family; Knights of Pythias
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    • Lewis, Archibald (Archie)-View 1

    • Mules; Transportation; African Americans
    • The local newspaper, when it ran the obituary for Archie Lewis, stated, "Archibald 'Archie' Lewis, a well known local colored man, died at 5:30 o'clock this morning at his home at the top of the Hatcher Hill following a long illness." Archie was a...
    • "Columbia"

    • Rivers; Waterfronts; Horses; Mules; Steamboats; Riverboats; Mail steamers; Passengers
    • This river scene depicts great activity along the levee in any typical river town. The "Columbia" is either loading or unloading her passengers. The horse-drawn carts near the gangplank were probably used to convey passengers to and from the boat....
    • Speedometer 1926 - Newsletter of the Louisville Cement Company, Speed, Indiana

    • 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...

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