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  • Collection: Newspaper Articles

On January 5, 1905, the Carnegie library building at Second and Walnut Streets opened with 2,066 books and 988 registered users. Circulation for the year topped out at 17,031. On January 14, 1905, this article appeared in the Seymour Daily Republican, courtesy of the Indianapolis News.
On January 5, 1905, the Carnegie library building at Second and Walnut Streets opened with 2,066 books and 988 registered users. Circulation for the year topped out at 17,031. On January 14, 1905, this article appeared in the Seymour Daily…

Medora Basketball.pdf
Medora Basketball Team as referenced in the New York Times 28 Nov 2009

Article from the Brownstown Banner about two Carr Township residents who lived in 3 centuries. George Hammell and Bettie Dowling were born in the last few years of the 1700s and lived at least to 1901. - from Paul Carr
Two People Who Lived in Three Centuries - Articles from the Brownstown Banner

Article from the Brownstown Banner reminiscing about travel by locomotive, Written in 1987
Bygone days of the Locomotive - article from The Banner, Saturday, 11 April 1987

New library addition article, August 2005
Newspaper account of the addition to the Jackson County Public Library in Seymour IN

1909AhlbrandBlaze 11Apr1929SDT_1.jpg
Firemen remember the fire that destroyed Ahlbrand Carriage 20 years prior.

StrawberriesBtown 3June1932 SDT.jpg
The Fruit and Vegetable Grower's Association shipped hundreds of crates of strawberries to Chicago in 1932.