Browse Items (12 total)

  • Tags: White River

In Sixth annual report of the Geological Survey of Indiana, pp. 41-75.

Old White River Bridge north of Seymour, summer of 1917. The person in the picture is Eva Mahorney who died in Oct. 1918 in the flu epidemic. - from Elaine Allman, bw 2.44x3.98
Old White River Bridge north of Seymour, summer of 1917. The person in the picture Eva Mahorney died in Oct. 1918 in the flu epidemic.

The ferry boat at the Forks of the White and the Muscatatuck Rivers, was owned and operated by Andrew Gullett (with beard) who was the grandfather of Noble (Snooty) Smith. From E.M. Smith. - from Fort Vallonia Museum, 3.38x10.71 bw
Ferry at the forks of the White River and Muscatatuk

Pauley Camp - Charley Pauley at camp #687 meeting of Bartenders Assoc. Photo taken before World War I. -  from Jackson County Historical Society
Pauley's Camp on the White River
Output Formats

atom, dc-rdf, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2