Brownstown businesses 1938.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Part||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Brownstown PL - Brownstown||ADVD 977.2 B885 c.1 (Text)||DVD||79361000084912||Adult Nonfiction DVDs||Available||-|
|Brownstown PL - Brownstown||ADVD 977.2 B885 c.2 (Text)||DVD||79361000085036||Adult Nonfiction DVDs||Available||-|
1 videodisc (32 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Seymour, IN : Klaes Image Productions, 2013.
- Copyright: ©1938
|General Note:||Originally recorded in May 1938.|
|Summary, etc.:||A compilation of "shots" from street scenes, various stores and manufacturing establishments, public buildings, and views from the Forestry, in Brownstown, Seymour, and Vallonia. Includes Red Terkhorn & Henry Redicker Service Station, Carter House on Main St., Walnut St. Nursery School, Gray's Service Station in Ewing, Walnut St. Kindergarten, Walnut St. School 4-H county meeting, digging at Starve Hollow Lake with WPA and CCC workers, Sterling Furniture Store, Henry Lucas Feed Store, Brownstown Loan & Trust Bank, Brownstown Christian Church, Twin-Towns Drug Store in Ewing, Brownstown Methodist Church, Brownstown Baptist Church, Brownstown Presbyterian Church, Ireland home, Royal Theatre, Synder's Service Station, Brownstown Hardware, Wallace Clearners, Brownstown Park, Vondielingen Shoe Store 2nd St. Seymour, Brownstown Banner, Shepard's Variety Store, Feed Exchange, Brownstown Greenhouse, Nierman and Kuehn Store, Fred Boling home, Jackson Brick & Halloware Co., Nu-way Store, Dodds Hotel, Brownstown Rainbow Inn, Banks Garage, Citizens State Bank in Ewing, Thompson Dairy Office in Ewing, Bolles Hardware in Ewing, Spurgeon's Store in Ewing, Vallonia School, Marker of Fort Vallonia, and CCC Camp Brownstown Road 250.|
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MPAA rating: Not rated.
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|Subject:||Vallonia (Ind.) History
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