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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Princeton Public Library - Princeton||Local History/GEN DVD Prince (Text)||30890000362127||Lower level, Genealogy/Local history room||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 disc (85 min.) : col. 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Indiana : the producers, 2010
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Saturday night on the square -- WRAY radio tower raising in 1950 -- Photographs of square 1938, 1950's -- 1965 moving day for Gibson County Bank to its new location -- Downtown theaters -- Seminole Lake -- Tiger basketball games from 1948,1956,1957, 1964-65, 2009-10 -- Lyle Station -- High school art show 1956 -- Local hangouts: Winkler's, Welcome Inn, Busy Bee, Elite, Van Hotel -- Local churches include 1938 and 1950 1st communium at St. Joseph -- Remembering our heroes: dedication of Soldier's and Sailor's monument, 18t regiment from the Civil War -- Traction line from Evansville to Princeton -- Labor Day Parade 1950 -- 1955 Gibson County Fair Centennial Parade -- Christmas on the square 1953, 1955 -- Princeton Fire Department -- Local business: Hansen, Southern shop, Heinz Tomato, Princeton Telephone, King's Mine -- 1925 tornado.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:|| Director Greg Wright; edited by Christopher Doyle; produced by Greg Wright and Christopher Doyle.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Narrated by Max Armstong. Other speakers: Pauline Dick, Clayton Weist, Armelia Speed, George Lynn, Gletus Hardiman, and Bonnie Johnson.
|Summary, etc.:|| "These scenes are what our grandparents saw on a daily basis. Where they worked, shopped, studied, lived, and worshipped. The video reflects the way it was, showing the details of a time gone by. This is the raw material of history." The DVD is comprised of photographs, videos and live interviews with local residents.
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