Image link:
images/20110603-1011.pdf
ID:
20110603-1011
Subject(s):
Universities & colleges
Tuttle, Joseph F.
Title:
Wabash College Essay
Description:
This pamphlet contains Joseph F. Tuttle's essay titled, "Wabash College - Its Origin, Rise And Progress." When this essay was written, Peck Hall was about to be constructed. The pamphlet is 2 pages in length, and its file size as a pdf is 12.3 MB.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
21.3 x 28.8 cm.
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2011 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images/20110613-1007.jpg
ID:
20110613-1007
Folder:
Gary Close
Subject(s):
Portraits
Title:
Unidentified Young Man
Description:
The young man in this photograph is unidentified. He was dressed in a suit, and this photograph was taken when he was about twenty years old (he might have been a student at Crawfordsville High School or Wabash College). This collection was donated to the library by Gary Close, June 2011.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
13.9 x 9.9 cm.
Type:
photograph
Format:
jpeg
Photographer:
Nicholson's Sons (Crawfordsville, Indiana)
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2011 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images/20110625-1003.pdf
ID:
20110625-1003
Subject(s):
Universities & colleges
Title:
Sophomore Exhibition
Description:
The agenda for the Sophomore Exhibition of Wabash College's Class of 1865 is included in this booklet. The exhibition was held at an unknown location on 1862-12-22. Names mentioned in the booklet include: W. A. Ketchum, J. R. Mitchell, A. B. Post, T. H. Ristine, Alvah Taylor, L. B. Willson, and C. H. Winston. The booklet is 2 pages in length, and its file size as a pdf is 9.24 MB.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
19.8 x 12.8 cm.
Type:
booklet
Format:
pdf
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2011 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images/20110625-1004.pdf
ID:
20110625-1004
Subject(s):
Universities & colleges
Title:
Baldwin Exhibition
Description:
The agenda for the Fifteenth Baldwin Exhibition of Wabash College is included in this booklet. The exhibition was held at Center Church (later Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church) on 1887-03-22. Names mentioned in the booklet include: W. J. Greenwood, W. E. Humphrey, R. T. Bell, D. W. McCaughey, Parke Daniels, Albert Martin, C. D. Whitehead, H. P. Cory, Edward Daniels, J. P. Roth, C. E. Hills, W. F. Ringland, Howard Billman, A. B. Anderson, A. J. Brown, H. L. Anderson, G. L. McNutt, E. H. Anderson, G. L. Mackintosh, E. W. Brown, and R. S. Thomson. The booklet was originally found in an envelope. "Wabash" was written on the outside of the envelope. The booklet is 4 pages in length (scans of the envelope are included), and its file size as a pdf is 3 MB.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
14.4 x 16.4 cm.
Type:
booklet
Format:
pdf
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2011 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images/20110708-1029.jpg
ID:
20110708-1029
Folder:
Montgomery County Courthouse Cornerstone Documents
Subject(s):
Courthouses
Campbell, J. L.
Title:
J. L. Campbell Card
Description:
"Mr. J. L. Campbell - Secretary, United States Centennial Commission" is printed on this calling card. Professor John L. Campbell of Wabash College is credited with originating the idea for the United States Centennial Exposition held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1876. This card was included in a collection of documents placed in the cornerstone of the Montgomery County Courthouse (the current building) on 1875-05-06.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
5 x 8.6 cm.
Type:
card
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2011 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images/20110708-1094.jpg
ID:
20110708-1094
Folder:
Montgomery County Courthouse Cornerstone Documents
Subject(s):
Courthouses
Newspapers
Universities & colleges
Title:
The Raven
Description:
The front page for the 1875-05-05 issue of "The Raven" is shown. "The Raven" was a small newspaper run by students at Wabash College. The newspaper was too large to be scanned in its entirety. The original newspaper is located in Local History archival storage. The newspaper was included in a collection of documents placed in the cornerstone of the Montgomery County Courthouse (the current building) on 1875-05-06.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
32 x 24.5 cm.
Type:
newspaper
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2011 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images/20110708-1096.jpg
ID:
20110708-1096
Folder:
Montgomery County Courthouse Cornerstone Documents
Subject(s):
Courthouses
Newspapers
Universities & colleges
Title:
The Raven
Description:
The front page for the 1875-03-24 issue of "The Raven" is shown. "The Raven" was a small newspaper run by students at Wabash College. The newspaper was too large to be scanned in its entirety. The original newspaper is located in Local History archival storage. The newspaper was included in a collection of documents placed in the cornerstone of the Montgomery County Courthouse (the current building) on 1875-05-06.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
36.5 x 23.5 cm.
Type:
newspaper
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2011 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20110820-0089.jpg
ID:
20110820-0089
Subject(s):
Universities & colleges
Hays, William Harrison
Title:
Wabash College Publication Staff
Description:
This photograph appeared in the Montgomery County Magazine in the February 1985 issue (pg. 6). The caption adjoining the photograph is as follows: "Publications Meeting - Hays [William Harrison Hays, Sr.], a senior, and Wabash companions. Standing left to right: Will Hays, Sr., Charles B. Moore, George M. Whitenack, Jr.; Sitting, left to right, S. Elliott Perkins, Jr., George E. Hughes, and Emile W. McAfee. Photos courtesy of Will Hays, Jr."
Coverage:
Crawforsdville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
12.6 x 17.5 cm
Type:
photograph
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2011 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images/20110909-1003.jpg
ID:
20110909-1003
Folder:
Myrna Gary
Subject(s):
Gary, Hugh T.
Wabash College
Fraternities and Sororities
Rising Sun, Indiana
Clergy
Title:
Hugh T. Gary
Description:
Photo of Hugh T. Gary in profile. Front: "Nicholson and Sons. [logo, N&S], Crawfordsville, Indiana." Back: "Hugh T. Gary. Rising Sun Indiana. Wabash '92. [Greek letters Alpha Theta Phi]." Hugh was a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity at Wabash; Delta Tau Delta chapter surrendered in 1875, revived in 1877 by three Hanover students who enrolled at Wabash College (Chapter Psi) revoked charter because of non-payment of dues, revived in 1894 by a local club called Alpha Theta Phi. Source: http://www3.wabash.edu/orgs/sphinx/Fraternities.htm. Hugh Gary was a pastor in the Presbyterian Church. Edges of photo and photographer's name and logo are colored gold. This item is part of the Binford/Gary family collection donated by Myrna Gary, September 2011. Other non-digitized items (ledgers, letters, etc.) are in Local History archival storage.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
16.5 x 10.7 cm
Type:
photograph
Format:
jpeg
Photographer:
Nicholson and Sons (Crawfordsville, Indiana)
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2011 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120105-1004.jpg
ID:
20120105-1004
Folder:
Eglin Family Collection
Subject(s):
Eglin, Frederick, Sr.
Wabash College
Title:
Yearbook photo
Description:
This is the photograph from the Wabash College yearbook showing Frederick Eglin, who married artist Mary Oda of Crawfordsville. Photo from the collection of Frederick I. Eglin and Mary Oda Eglin Family. This scanned image was provided to the Crawfordsville District Public Library by Nolia Brandt for use by CDPL in promoting local historical research. No image of any photo from the collection may be duplicated, replicated, copied, scanned, printed, published, or otherwise reproduced without the prior written permission of the Eglin family.
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Image used with the permission of Nolia Brandt.

Image link:
images2012/20120217-2001.jpg
ID:
20120217-2001
Folder:
Jeanne Ann Vanderhoef
Subject(s):
Foster, Thomas I
Showalter, Homer T.
Elliott, Morris E.
Title:
Four friends
Description:
Photograph of four men, likely taken at Wabash College. The photograph is inscribed on back: Showy Doc Chet Tom Foster. Photo by Joyce Warden, CMR, #9 051874 Crawfordsville Ind.  Wabash archivist Beth Swift identifies the subjects as: Homer T. "Showy" Showalter, class of 1914;  Morris Eugene "Doc" Elliott, class of 1913; "Chet" (further information unknown) and Thomas I. Foster class of 1914. All were teammates of Kent "Skeet" Lambert. This photograph was given to the library by Kent Lambert's daughter, Jeanne Ann Vanderhoef in February, 2012.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
10.1 x 12.7 cm
Type:
photograph
Format:
jpeg
Photographer:
Joyce Warden (Crawfordsville, Indiana)
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120315-5001b.pdf
ID:
20120315-5001
Folder:
Riley
Subject(s):
Riley, Julia Ann
Title:
Letter written by Crawfordsville resident Julia Ann Riley
Description:
In March, 2012, the Crawfordsville District Public Library received a donation of a 1834 folded stampless letter written by a Crawfordsville resident, Julia Ann Riley. At the time of this letter, Miss Riley was serving as a missionary in Crawfordsville, and was reporting to a Christian friend in New York on her current circumstances on the frontier town. She mentions many family members, and provides a status report on Wabash College, at that time less than 1 year old. Riley was apparently not in Crawfordsville for long; Montgomery County, Indiana marriage records show that a woman named Juliann Riley married William Rodgers on September 21, 1835. Shortly thereafter, the Board of Foreign Missions and the Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church Missionary Chronicle reported that William S. Rogers and Julia Anne Rogers were sent as missionaries to northern India, and embarked for their new assignment in November of 1835. We are very grateful to Eric Scott for his generous gift that has provided our community with an extremely rare glimpse of life in early Crawfordsville. For a full transcription of the letter, see: http://www.cdpl.lib.in.us/services/reference/riley
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Type:
letter
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120412-1001.jpg
ID:
20120412-1001
Folder:
Mary Hovey
Subject(s):
Hovey, Mary
Wabash College
Title:
Envelope
Description:
Envelope sent by Mary Hovey to her sister-in-law, Helen L. Hovey. Mary's brother Horace was at that time a minister serving a congregation in Cold Water Michigan. This envelope matches a letter that is held in the Wabash College Archives, but was acquired from a stamp dealer. The envelopes were apparently separated from the correspondence before the Hovey collection was purchased for the Wabash College Archives in 1921. This envelope matches the letter written by Mary on December 24, 1861.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
7.8 x 14.1 cm
Type:
document
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120609-1001.pdf
ID:
20120609-1001
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Andover Theological Seminary
Title:
Wilbur and McCorkle letter
Description:
In 1850, two Wabash seniors wrote a letter to the Reverend Samuel Riddel from the Andover Theological Seminary in Boston, hoping to pursue their studies at this institution after graduation. Students F. A. Wilbur and William McCorkle reported that Wabash was "prospering" but that they were more than ready to make "an acquaintance with eastern habits." Of course, like any most students of today, Wilbur and McCorkle were going to graduate "in debt." Postmarked: Crawfordsville May 6. Written on envelope: Letters from April 10 to July 11 1850; F. A. Wilbur & Wm. A. McCorkle; Students in Wabash College; In. inquiring the cos; Education in Andover; Theological Seminary; May 3; Rev. Samuel H. Riddel; (Education Rooms 15 Cornhill); Boston; Massachusetts;
Rec’d May 13-; Ans’d- 17-with particulars obtained from Prof. Edwards for which see his letter on file.;
Crawfordsville May 3 1850; Rev. SH. Riddel:;Dear Sir,; Remembering the interest you manifested while here, in the beneficiaries of the Education Society. We feel free to apply to you for some information. You will recognize us both as beneficiaries of your Society. And also as members of the Senior Class of Wabash College. We wish to commence a course of theological study immediately after graduating; and the information we wish is relating to the expense incurred in attending upon Andover; and the assistance which indigent young men can obtain. Our minds have been led to Andover from the following considerations. The advantages at Lane -- always inferior to those at Andover -- we think are decidedly impaired by the loss of Prof. Stowe. True one or two new profs. Are to be obtained; but there is a strong probability that they will not be secured in time to enter upon their duties at the commencement of next term. Should they be, however, they will be new professors, although they may be talented men. Another strong reason for going East is that our connection and education have been wholly western, and we think an acquaintance with eastern habits, eastern men, and eastern minds will be a decided advantage. True we expect to labor in the West; but we think the western element will be sufficiently predominant in our combinations, even after it has been modified by a portion of New-Englandism, to qualify us for laboring in the Mississippi Valley. These are the most important reasons for going East. There are two obstacles in our way, the climate, and want of funds. We will graduate in debt; our age forbids our delaying to earn funds, consequently we are shut up to the necessity of studying theology where we can, not where we would. Will you be kind enough to reply to the following questions? What is board at Andover? How much will fuel, light, washing, and room rent, each cost? How much furniture is provided for each room? How much assistance can be obtained from the Education Society? If it does not furnish sufficient, can any, in addition, be obtained? What facilities will a young man meet with, by which to assist himself, by his pen or otherwise? This last question refers principally to vacations. Any information respecting Union or New-Haven will be thankfully received. We think the probability is that we will be obliged to remain in the West, yet we feel like knowing whether or not it is possible for us to go east. Our college is prospering. The health is good, and all things move quietly forward. By replying to this, as soon as convenient, you will confer a favor on your friends.; F A Wilbur; William A. McCorkle
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
24.5 x 39 cm (open)
Type:
document
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1001.pdf
ID:
20120612-1001
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
Thirty-First Commencement Wabash College
Description:
Schedule for the thirty-first commencement of Wabash College. Contains a Roll of Honor for the Wabash men that participated in the American Civil War. Wednesday, June 28th, 1865.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
21.1 x 13.7 cm
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1002.pdf
ID:
20120612-1002
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Academic libraries--Indiana--Crawfordsville
Title:
Student Library Handbook
Description:
A set of rules for the Lilly Library. Also, a layout of the library is included circa 1959.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
22.9 x 15.4 cm
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1003.pdf
ID:
20120612-1003
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Academic libraries--Indiana--Crawfordsville
Title:
The Lilly Library
Description:
A collection of various photos of the interior layout of the Lilly Library, which also contains a list of individual donors to the Lilly Library and a list of the Board of Trustees circa 1959.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
22.7 x 17.7 cm
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1006.pdf
ID:
20120612-1006
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
The Place of Science in a Liberal Education
Description:
A speech delivered by Arthur H. Compton which was delivered at the Dedicatino of the James Putnam Goodrich Hall of Physical Sciences, Wabash College, March 4, 1939
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
25.5 x 16.3 cm
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1007.pdf
ID:
20120612-1007
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
James Putnam Goodrich Hall of Physical Sciences: Corner Stone Address and Ceremony
Description:
A schedule of the ceremony with a list of donated documents for the Corner Stone
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
22.9 x 15.2 cm
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1009.pdf
ID:
20120612-1009
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
Wabash College Commencement Excercises: June 10th, 1885
Description:
A list of the graduating class of 1885 (Names are on an inside sheet that was too fragile to scan)
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
17.4 x 12.3 cm
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1010.pdf
ID:
20120612-1010
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
Baccalaureate Discourse to the Class of '79
Description:
A speech delivered to the Wabash College Class of 1879 by Rev. Joseph F. Tuttle, D.D on the 22nd of June, 1879
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
24.3 x 15.3
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1011.pdf
ID:
20120612-1011
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
Wabash College 45th Annual Commencement
Description:
A schedule for the commencement of the Wabash College Class of 1883 on June 13th, 1883
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
17.2 x 11.3 cm
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1012.pdf
ID:
20120612-1012
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
Wabash College
Description:
An address that was delivered on Commencement day, June 28th, 1865, and is published by direction of the Board of Trustees as discussing some facts and principles which in their opinion ought ot be laid before the friends of Wabash College. The special reasons, the peculiariteis which marked it as a "salutatory address" to our friends from abroad, and a"a valedictory" to the graduating class, are perserved.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
22.8 x 15 cm
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1013.pdf
ID:
20120612-1013
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
Sophomore Exhibition, Wabash College Class of 1865.
Description:
Monday Evening, December 22, 1862.. Shows order of exercises and speakers. Two local speakers were: T H Ristine The Vienna Congress and L B Willson, Determination vs Circumstances.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
20 x 13 cm.
Type:
pamphlet
Format:
pdf
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1014.pdf
ID:
20120612-1014
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
Why Study Greek?
Description:
Cedipus The King presented by Wabash College.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
20 x 13 cm.
Type:
pamphlet
Format:
pdf
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20120612-1015.pdf
ID:
20120612-1015
Subject(s):
Wabash College
Title:
Wabash College Glee Club Season 1913
Description:
W.L. Federmann, manager. List Personnel for the Glee Club, Quartette, Mandolin Club. Also has program list for Part 1 and Part 2.The front is signed by K S McCain.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Indiana)
Dimensions:
16 x 11 cm.
Type:
pamphlet
Format:
pdf
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2012 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121118-1019.jpg
ID:
20121118-1019
Folder:
Daniel E. Jolley
Subject(s):
Jolley, Mary Elizabeth
Title:
Mary Elizabeth Jolley at Mt Vernon April 1917
Description:
"Attached is a photo of what I believe to be a group of nurses visiting Mt. Vernon April 24, 1917. I initially thought this photo might have been nurses from Montgomery County, but now believe that only two of the nurses were from the county, because of the notations at the bottom of the photo. There are only two people identified, my great grand aunt, Mary Elizabeth Jolley, and a Miss Brown. Mary Elizabeth is seated in the front row, the 10th person from the left, and I believe Miss Brown is the lady seated to her right, the 8th person from the left. I’m not sure of Miss Brown’s first name, but it could be Sarah. The 1910 US Census lists a Sarah Brown working at Culver Hospital as a nurse." -- Daniel Jolley Mary Elizabeth Jolley was a nurse during the influenza pandemic. It hit Wabash College on Monday, October 7, 1918 when six men appeared at sick call with high fevers, by that night 11 more were added. They and their very sick fellow student army training corps [SATC] members were taken to the Phi Delta Theta fraternity on the corner of College and Jefferson, which was set up as an infirmary. Classes were cancelled. Total cases rec'd at the infirmary were 120 and no students died. This is credited to the superior nursing staff. From the college history, "The First Hundred Years" come this excerpt: "College and town were very proud of this record. It was attained only by an outporing of energy nothing short of heroic. Miss Mary Jolley, of Crawfordsville, head nurse, remained steadily at her post in spite of the fact that she herself was attacked by influenza. Volunteers stepped forward to help her. Three of these volunteers were trained nurses - Miss May Huston, Miss Edith Hunt and Miss Ethel Newell." Many other ladies from the town helped out, too. Miss Newell, one of the nurses, had recently had pneumonia, yet volunteered anyway. Her illness returned and she died -- the only casualty of the Wabash outbreak. By October 24, the outbreak had run its course and classes resumed. (B. Swift, Wabash College)
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1006c.jpg
ID:
20121207-1006c
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Portraits
McGregor, Robert
Title:
Photograph
Description:
Picture of Robert (Robert Stuart MacGregor) McGregor, of Kappa Epsilon, Wabash College.  Says he was a violinist and studied to be a Baptist minister. According to the enrollment at Wabash College, Robert Stuart MacGregor was from Marion and he was a Junior in 1914-1915.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
4 x 3 cm
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1006d.jpg
ID:
20121207-1006d
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Portraits
Clements, Arthur
Title:
Photograph
Description:
Picture of Arthur Clements, of Phi Epsilon Alpha, Wabash College.  Says he was the president of the First Boys Conference, Crawfordsville (Ind.), January 8-9, 1915. According to the Wabash register of Juniors from 1914-1915, his name is Arthur Frank Clement.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
4.2 x 3.1 cm
Type:
Scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1006e.jpg
ID:
20121207-1006e
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Portraits
Moon, Cecil
Title:
Photograph
Description:
Picture of Cecil Moon, of Epsilon Chi, Wabash College.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
4.1 x 3.1 cm
Type:
Scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1013a.jpg
ID:
20121207-1013a
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Drama Clubs
Performances
Title:
The Pigeon
Description:
Program from the performance of "The Pigeon" by John Galsworthy. Presented by the Wabash College Dramatic Club. Actors included John A. Broxon, Eleanor Ristine, Harold S. Watson, Jack Harding, Maude F. Snyder, Robert Beck, Gordon S. Cumming, J. E. Alexander, John R. Emery, B. P. Prunk, Robert Beck, John McClamroch, Damon Miller. A handwritten note says, "Given Wabash Alumni Banquet, June 13, 1916.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
11.6 x 7.5 cm.
Type:
Scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1015c.jpg
ID:
20121207-1015c
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Portraits
Luccock, E. W.
Description:
An Emory Wylie Luccock, of Oak Park, Illinois, was a junior at Wabash College in 1915. A note written by Louis Spilman says "Lucy" beneath the portrait. This photograph was taken from a published source; it is not an original.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
4.1 x 3 cm.
Type:
Scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1016c.jpg
ID:
20121207-1016c
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Performances, Theatrical
Title:
Handbill of The Shakespeare Tercentenary
Description:
Handbill for The Shakespeare Tercentenary. The Students of Wabash College present The Taming of the Shrew on Tuesday, May 9, 1916 at 3:00 p.m. on the College Campus. Louis Spilman wrote next to some of the characters which fraternity they were in.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
18.4 x 9.2 cm
Type:
Scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1017b.jpg
ID:
20121207-1017b
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Portraits
Title:
Wabash Track Team
Description:
Portrait of Wabash College Track Team. 18 men present.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
6.2 x 7.2 cm
Type:
Scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1017c.jpg
ID:
20121207-1017c
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Religious Services
Title:
Union Centennial Service
Description:
Union Centennial Service by the Churches of Montgomery County. Montomery County Centennial Sunday, Sunday June 11, 1916 at Wabash College Campus, 4:00 p.m. L.N. Hines opened the service (President of the Montgomery County Centennial Association). Rev. T.M. Conroy gave the invocation. Rev. N. W. Clark of Ladoga gave the Benediction.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
17.9 x 12 cm
Type:
Scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1023b.jpg
ID:
20121207-1023b
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Portraits
Plummer, Howard Everett "Pink"
Title:
Portrait of Howard Everett "Pink" Plummer
Description:
Portrait of Howard Everett "Pink" Plummer who would have been a sophmore at Wabash College in 1914-1915.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
9.9 x 5.7 cm
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1023c.jpg
ID:
20121207-1023c
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Portraits
Wabash College
Title:
Portrait of Wabash College Men.
Description:
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, picture of all the men in front of the house, 1915-1916. Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
11.4 x 16.3 cm
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20121207-1026c.jpg
ID:
20121207-1026c
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Singers
Title:
Glee Club
Description:
Part of the Wabash College, Crawfordsville (Ind.), Glee Club, 1917. 1. James Earl Alexander class of 1917. 2. Dale Campbell BIllman class of 1918 from Sullivan (Ind.) 3. Harry Wright Watts class of 1919 from Knightstown (Ind.) 4. Lawrence W. Kinney class of 1917 from Indianapolis (Ind.) 5. Robert J. Beck class of 1919 from Lafayette (Ind.) 6. Wright 7. Donald Carver Kennon class of 1918 from Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
7 x 10.4 cm
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20121207-1033g.jpg
ID:
20121207-1033g
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Portraits
Wabash College
Spilman, Louis
Title:
Wabash gym
Description:
Louis Spilman sitting in the "unfinished" gym at Wabash College on July 29, 1917.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
4.5 x 7 cm
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2012/20121207-1042c.jpg
ID:
20121207-1042c
Folder:
Bob Spilman
Subject(s):
Portraits
Title:
Louis keeps score
Description:
Louis Spilman sitting on the Wabash College Football Scoreboard in June 1913.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
3.6 x 5.2 cm
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.


Image link:
images2013/20130108-1001a.jpg
images2013/20130108-1001b.jpg
ID:
20130108-1001
Folder:
Burns postcard
Subject(s):
Portraits
Title:
Woman with parasol
Description:
Real photo postcard with the image of a young woman holding a parasol, standing among many trees, which may be the Wabash College Arboretum. The reverse of the postcard bears the message, "Dear Mrs. Chase We will be home the latter part of this week and can fully enjoy a rest. Looking forward to see you I am With best wishes Mrs. Burns." Addressed to Mrs. Jim Chase, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Postmarked September 15. In 1908, the only family named Burns in the city directory was P.H. and Zerelda Burns, with a daughter named Anna, who lived at 308 W. Wabash Avenue.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville, Ind.
Dimensions:
13.8 x 8.8 cm
Type:
photograph
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.


Image link:
images2013/20130313-3001a.pdf
images2013/20130313-3001b.pdf
ID:
20130313-3001
Folder:
James Mowrer
Subject(s):
Mills, Caleb
Churches
Title:
1846 letter
Description:
Letter written in July 1846, regarding a request for funding for three churches in Boone County: Thorntown, Bethel and Lebanon. Half the letter is written by G. McLaughlin and S.E. McCorkle as a committee for the churches, and half is written by Caleb Mills, first faculty member at Wabash College. The letter is addressed to the American Home Missionary Society. The original letter has been encapsulated and is stored in the archives.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
24.5 x 39.4 cm
Type:
document
Format:
pdf
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20130911-3001.jpg
ID:
20130911-3001
Folder:
Smith
Subject(s):
Campbell, John Lyle
Portraits
Title:
John Lyle Campbell
Description:
Bust picture of Professor John Lyle Campbell. He is bearded, and wearing a suit and tie. Professor Campbell was born in 1827 and died in 1904 and taught Mathematics, Natural Philosophy and Astronomy at Wabash College.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
24.1 x 20.4 cm
Type:
photograph
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20130911-3003.jpg
ID:
20130911-3003
Folder:
Smith
Subject(s):
Crane, Mary (Campbell)
Portraits
Title:
Mary Campbell
Description:
Picture of Mary (Campbell) Crane, who married Benjamin Crane in October 1896. Mary was born to Mary (Johnston) Campbell and John Lyle Campbell, a long-time Wabash College Professor.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
20.3 x 14.4 cm
Type:
photograph
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2013/20130911-3004.jpg
ID:
20130911-3004
Folder:
Smith
Subject(s):
Crane, Mary (Campbell)
Portraits
Title:
Mary Campbell
Description:
Picture of Mary (Campbell) Crane, who married Benjamin Crane in October 1896. Mary was born to Mary (Johnston) Campbell and John Lyle Campbell, a long-time Wabash College Professor.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
20.4 x 14.4 cm
Type:
photograph
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2013 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2014/20141006-2001.jpg
ID:
20141006-2001
Folder:
Les Hearson
Subject(s):
Military personnel
Hearson, Lester
Title:
Les Hearson in uniform
Description:
Les Hearson is pictured here in his uniform. The photo states he was at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO. Hearson was on active duty 10 September 1954 to 24 August 1956. Hearson was on inactive duty until 31 January 1962 (reserves). While Hearson was in Japan he had been trained as a Medical Aide in Ft. Sam Houston. Mr. Hearson attended Kansas State University and taught at Wabash College for over three decades.
Coverage:
Ft. Leonard Wood, MO
Dimensions:
25 x 20 cm
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2014 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2015/20141219-1023.jpg
ID:
20141219-1023
Folder:
Barragree
Subject(s):
Walter H. Linn
Title:
Walter H. Linn law office
Description:
This photo shows the Walter H. Linn law office windows. These windows from the business were uncovered when the fascia was taken off of Mac's and the Knit Knack shop when the building was being demolished. This is the corner of Washington and West Main Street. Walter H. Linn practiced law for over 53 years. He passed away in September of 1963. Mr. Linn was born at Mace in 1883 to John W. and anna Martin Linn. He was married to Elizabeth Graham in 1908. He then married Marie Miller in 1937. He had son: Dr. Graham Linn; daughter Mrs. Eliabeth Evans and a sister Laila Linn. Mr. Linn graduated from Mace High School and Wabash College and attended the Columbia University of Law School. Photo taken in mid July 1989.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
8.6 x 12.6 cm
Type:
scan
Format:
jpeg
Photographer:
Larry Barragree
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2015 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2015/20141219-1024.jpg
ID:
20141219-1024
Folder:
Barragree
Subject(s):
Walter H. Linn
Title:
Walter H. Linn law office
Description:
This photo shows the Walter H. Linn law office windows. These windows from the business were uncovered when the fascia was taken off of Mac's and the Knit Knack shop when the building was being demolished. This is the corner of Washington and West Main Street. Walter H. Linn practiced law for over 53 years. He passed away in September of 1963. Mr. Linn was born at Mace in 1883 to John W. and anna Martin Linn. He was married to Elizabeth Graham in 1908. He then married Marie Miller in 1937. He had son: Dr. Graham Linn; daughter Mrs. Eliabeth Evans and a sister Laila Linn. Mr. Linn graduated from Mace High School and Wabash College and attended the Columbia University of Law School. Photo taken in mid July 1989.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
8.6 x 12.6 cm
Type:
scan
Format:
jpeg
Photographer:
Larry Barragree
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2015 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2015/20141219-1025.jpg
ID:
20141219-1025
Folder:
Barragree
Subject(s):
Walter H. Linn
Title:
Walter H. Linn law office
Description:
This photo shows the Walter H. Linn law office windows. These windows from the business were uncovered when the fascia was taken off of Mac's and the Knit Knack shop when the building was being demolished. This is the corner of Washington and West Main Street. Walter H. Linn practiced law for over 53 years. He passed away in September of 1963. Mr. Linn was born at Mace in 1883 to John W. and anna Martin Linn. He was married to Elizabeth Graham in 1908. He then married Marie Miller in 1937. He had son: Dr. Graham Linn; daughter Mrs. Eliabeth Evans and a sister Laila Linn. Mr. Linn graduated from Mace High School and Wabash College and attended the Columbia University of Law School.
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
8.6 x 12.6 cm
Type:
scan
Format:
jpeg
Photographer:
Larry Barragree
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2015 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

Image link:
images2015/20150130-2019.jpg
ID:
20150130-2019
Folder:
Chamber of Commerce
Subject(s):
Mills, Caleb
Title:
Bronze marker for Caleb Mills
Description:
"Caleb Mills (1806-1879) Pioneeer Educator in Indiana and First Professor in Wabash College. He built this house in 1836 and here devoted a lifetime to the cause of education in this community and in the state. Here succeessive generations of Wabash College students soought and recieved coounsel. Presented to the college in 1926 as a home for tis President." c2000?
Coverage:
Crawfordsville (Ind.)
Dimensions:
9 x 12 cm
Type:
scan only
Format:
jpeg
Collection:
CDPL Reference Department
Rights:
Digital image (c) 2015 Crawfordsville District Public Library. All Rights Reserved.

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