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    Annual Midsummer Picnic, Indianapolis Traffic Club, Riverside Park, July 19, 1923

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    Members of the Indianapolis Traffic Club are gathered at Riverside Park for their annual midsummer picnic in 1923. The group consists of men, women, and children with some members dressed as policemen. The club is still active and involved in the Indianapolis community.The original nitrate negative was copied with funds provided by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission in 1990. This digital image was created from that copy. The copy prints and negatives are stored in Microfiche Number order. Interpositives are stored in PAN number order

    Levey Brothers & Company, Indianapolis, Indiana ca. 1905

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    The Levey Brothers & Company building was located on State House Square at the north east corner of Ohio and Senate Avenues. The building was designed by Rubush & Hunter in 1905, the premier Indianapolis architectural firm in Indianapolis during the early part of the 20th century. Levey Brothers & Company is described in the city directory as being lithographers, printers, blank book manufacturers, and stationers. Louis H. Levey was the president, Alfred M. Glossbrenner the vice-president, and William J. Dobyns the secretary and treasurer. This interior view shows the workers and equipment for lithography, book binding, and printing departments. The building had a sawtooth roof with side lights.The original nitrate negative was copied with funds provided by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission in 1990. This digital image was created from that copy. The copy prints and negatives are stored in Microfiche Number order. Interpositives are stored in PAN number order

    Harold Wm. Daniel Letters Regarding the Sinking of the U.S.S. Indianapolis

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    Daniel describes some of the ship's war duties prior to July 25, 1945 and his experience when it was sunk. He describes what it was that helped him survive in the water while waiting to be rescued

    Louis H. Erwin Letters Regarding the Sinking of the U.S.S. Indianapolis

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    Erwin notes that while in the water he "pulled his life jacket down to sit on it and get his head up higher to keep waves out of my mouth." He mentions that the captain of the U.S.S. Cecil J. Doyle coming to rescue them "had his big big "search light" turned straight up to the sky. So the light would bounce off the clouds and the boys in the water would see it and hold on a little longer. This was truly a Brave [sic] thing for that captain to do. As he was in"Enemy Waters" and was putting his ship and men in danger of the enemy.

    Senate Avenue, 1956 (Bass #293219-1)

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    Ladywood High School, 1927 (Bass #202439)

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    Pennsylvania Street, 1931 (Bass #219974-F)

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