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Department of Natural Resources
P34
Unknown Dates
1manuscript box, 104 folders

Manuscript & Rare Books Division
Indiana State Library

Processed by: Jessica Combs, June 2010

Scope and Content Note:

Photograph collection from the Department of Natural Resources Public Information and Education division of various sites around the state of Indiana.  Photographs were taken for the book, Right Here in Indiana.  Contains photographs of various historic structures and locations, statues, parks, streets, bridges, and nature scenes from around the state.

Photocopying Policy:

Manuscript materials CANNOT be photocopied or digitized in their entirety. Photocopies and/or digital images cannot exceed 25% of a collection or a folder within a collection. In some cases, photocopying may not be permitted due to the condition of the item. Check with a Manuscript Librarian for other options.

Box and Folder Listing:

Box 1.  Photographs

Folder 
1. The town square at Hartsville. Once was the campus for a thriving college.  By: Ken Williams
 
2. The Len Howard home near Canaan, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams
3. Buffalo Trace historic marker. At several places in southwestern Indiana you will find the old Buffalo Trail well marked.

4. Statue of Benjamin Franklin at Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana.  By Ken Williams
 
5. Museum of Indian Heritage, Indianapolis, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams
6. Kokomo’s Highland Park includes a scenic reach of Kokomo Creek, a tributary of Wildcat Creek.  By: Ken Williams
7. The Bluffs above White River near Waverly. By: Ken Williams
8. The old Perry County Courthouse at Rome, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams
9. Earliest Friends Meeting House at Arba, the highest point in Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

10. A modern rotary rig drilling for gas in Northeastern Indiana.  By: Ken Williams
11. Lafayette Spring, Perry County. By: Ken Williams

12. Ferdinand State Forest, Dubois County.  By: Ken Williams

13. Pioneer Cabin of James Hill, Lebanon Memorial Park, Lebanon, Indiana. By: Ken Williams

14. The Ohio River from Hanover College Campus.  By: Ken Williams

15. Irwin Gardens, Columbus, Indiana. By: Ken Williams

16. Interior of Log Cabin at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum, 3010 North Meridian St. Indianapolis, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

17. A summer scene on the beautiful campus of Culver military Academy at Lake Maxinkuckee.  By: Ken Williams

18. Salamonie State Reservoir.  By: Ken Williams 

19. Home of Vice-President Thomas R. Marshall at Columbia City, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

20. Coral reef in Ohio River at Clarksville.  By: Ken Williams

21. Starve Hollow State Beach near Vallonia. By: Ken Williams

22. Kitchen, Rushville Historical Museum, Rushville, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

23. Nasby Dam at Pigeon River, Fish and Games area, LaGrange County.  By: Ken Williams

24. Pioneer cabin at Johnson County Museum at Franklin, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

25. Hillforest Mansion at Aurora, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

26. Ripley County Court House at Versailles, Indiana. By: Ken Williams

27. Canal House, Connersville, Indiana.    By: Ken Williams

28. Harrison-Crawford State Forest.  By: Ken Williams

29. Shakamak State Forest.   By: Ken Williams

30. Wilbur Wright State Memorial in Henry County, Indiana.   By: Ken Williams

31. Brooksville’s oldest church built 1821-22 stands in the original town burying ground and is still used as a house of worship.

32. Yount’s Mill in Montgomery County.   By: Ken Williams

33. Holcomb Gardens, Butler Gardens.   By: Ken Williams

34. Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary, Fayette County, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

35. Clifty Falls at Clifty Falls State Park

36. Cole Porter Family Home, Westleigh Farms, Peru, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

37. Birthplace of John Hay, Salem, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

38. Beck’s Mill, Washington County. By: Ken Williams

39. Indiana State Capital-west front.  By: Ken Williams

40. Making sugar in Parke County, Indiana

41. Port of Indiana on Lake Michigan

42. Upper Cataract Falls at Richard Lieber State Park.  By: Ken Williams

43. Map of Knox Dolomite Area

44. The Fauntleroy House, New Harmony, Indiana.

45. N&W Station at Frankfort, Indiana.  By: Ken Williams

46. Statue of Schuyler Colfax at University Park, Indianapolis, Indiana. By: Ken Williams

47. Roy O. West Library at DePauw University.

48. The Lane Place, home of United States Senator Henry Smith at Crawfordsville, Indiana.

49. Jesse D. Bright, former United States Senator

50. Main Street in “colonial” Zionsville

51. “Hazelden”, George Ade’s home near Brook, Indiana.

52. Statue of Oliver P. Morton at Indiana Statehouse, Indianapolis, Indiana.

53. Memorial at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. 

54. Gravestone in Moravian Cemetery at Hope, Indiana.  Gravestone of John Henry Kluge (Dec. 31, 1805-Nov. 20, 1898).

55. Peacock Poston House at Attica, Indiana.

56. Tree on the courthouse roof at Greensburg, Indiana

57. Site of Lochry’s Massacre at Dearborn County.

58. Hallway at Culbertson Mansion, New Albany, Indiana

59. Main studio at T.C. Steele State Memorial in Brown County, Indiana

60. Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial at Lincoln City, Indiana

61. Covered bridge east of Medora, Indiana

62. One of the parlors at Grouseland

63. Some of the spires of Oldenburg Academy. By: Philip VanBlaricum

64. Along Sugar Creek at Turkey Run State Park.  By: Philip O. VanBlaricum
 
65. Historic Huddleston House at Mt. Auburn, Indiana. By: Philip O. VanBlaricum

66. Indian relics at Tippecanoe County Museum in Lafayette, Indiana.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

67. Crosley Lake at Crosley State Fish and Game Area near Vernon, Indiana.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

68. The boat dock at Yellowwood State Forest. By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

69. Thomas A. Hendricks Cabin in Shelbyville, Indiana. By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

70. Monument Mountain at Wyandotte Cave, Indiana.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

71. Orange County Courthouse at Paoli.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

72. Dunlapsville, Indiana.  Appears to be a covered bridge.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

73. Scene from fire tower at Ouabache State Recreation Area.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

74. The historic Methodist Church at Laurel, Indiana.  By: Philip O. VanBlaricum

75. An exhibit at Howard Steamboat Museum at Jeffersonville, Indiana.

76. Scene at Tippecanoe River State Park

77. 1905 Haynes-Apperson automobile at Haynes Memorial Museum, Kokomo, Indiana. By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

78. Riley birthplace in Greenfield.  The kitchen James Whitcomb Riley’s birthplace at Greenfield, Indiana, was originally the family’s log cabin.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

79. Markland Dam on Ohio River near Vevay, Indiana.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

80. Brookville Dam at Brookville, Indiana.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

81. Lower Cataract Falls at Lieber State Park in Cloverdale, Indiana.  By: Philip O. VanBlaricum

82. Family fun at McCormick’s Creek State Park in Spencer, Indiana.

83. 1817 mill at Spring Mill State Park near Mitchell, Indiana.  The 1817 mill at Spring Mill State park is one of Indiana’s most popular scenic attractions.  By: Philip O. Van Blaricum

84. Shrine Room at the Indiana War Memorial. By: Philip VanBlaricum

85. Old inn and coach house built at Vernon in 1838 is now a country museum.  By: Philip Van Blaricum

86. A simulated street of shops is one of the popular 19th century features of the Wayne County Museum at Richmond.  By: Philip Van Blaricum

87. Bloomingdale Academy’s former Dennis Hall is now used as a community center in Parke Co. by: Philip Van Blaricum

88. The historic Versailles Courthouse has been the center of several exciting events in Ripley County.  Not a picture of the courthouse.  By: Philip VanBlaricum

89. The Indianapolis home of Benjamin Harrison, 23rd President of the United States, is now a memorial-museum.

90. James F.D. Lanier Mansion, south façade, at Madison, Indiana.  River-front façade of the J.F.D. State Memorial at Madison.

91. Historic railroad cut at Madison is a major American engineering triumph.  By: Philip Van Blaricum

92. View of west porch of the historic Conner Mansion, built in 1823. By: Philip VanBlaricum

93. Little Cedar Grove Baptist Church near Brookville is the oldest church in Indiana still intact on its original foundation.  By: Philip Van Blaricum

94. Typical limestone quarry scene near Oolitic, Indiana north of Bedford. By: Philip VanBlaricum

95. Pigeon Roost Memorial

96. The unique Deam Oak in Wells County is one of Indiana’s champion trees. By: Philip Van Blaricum

97. Historic Centerville’s distinctive archway construction is beautifully exemplified by the old Lantz House, on the north side of U.S. Highway 40.  By: Philip Van Blaricum

98. Pokagon State Park. By: Philip Van Blaricum

99. The first Wabash College Building is preserved and honored on the campus today.  Faculty members lived on the second floor and classrooms were below.  By: Philip Van Blaricum

100. Some artifacts found at Angel mounds.  By: Philip Van Blaricum

101. Indiana’s first State Capitol at Corydon, much as it looked when it was built in 1812. By: Philip Van Blaricum

102. The tall monument at Tippecanoe Battlefield, with a statue of General Harrison at its base.  By: Philip Van Blaricum

103. Overlooking the winding Wabash River and the Illinois farmlands beyond from historic Merom Bluff. By: Philip Van Blaricum

104. This well preserved house in Vevay was the birthplace of the Eggleston brothers—famous Hoosier authors.  By: Ken Williams

Collection Information

Size of Collection: 1 manuscript box, 104 folders,1 photograph per folder
Collection Dates: Unknown dates
Provenance: Department of Natural Resources, Unknown
Access :  The collection is open for research use
Restrictions: None
Reproduction Rights: Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscript Section, Indiana State Library.
Language:  Materials are entirely in English
Alternate Formats: None
Related Holdings: Right Here in Indiana 
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