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Greensburg Daily News. The Greensburg Story, Section 7.

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Greensburg-Decatur Co PL - Greensburg SCRAPBOOKS 1959 (7) (Text) 32826014293823 Indiana Room In process -

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  • Physical Description: 008 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: Greensburg, Ind. : Greensburg Daily News, 1959.

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General Note:
Many of the articles in these papers have large photographs with a history of a business.
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Greensburg now gateway for railroad; Dinky engine pulled first train in 1853 -- Mother saved freight from flaming trestle -- End of line -- Railroads created work for 500 here -- Greensburg greets a president. (Photograph of Mrs. Kate Hyland who flagged down a Big Four freight train on April 19, 1904 to prevent it from running into a burning trestle) (Photograph of the Big Four Depot on South Franklin Street) -- (Photograph of Sidney - a railway engine in 1853) (Photograph of the Little Speedster in 1893) -- (Photograph of the Railroad Depot in 1958 with President Eisenhower) -- Dinky Engine pulled first train in 1853 -- Organized Daughters of Isabella in 1917 (Photograph of two engines) -- (Photograph of Three arch railroad bridge near Batesville) -- (Photograph of railroad hand cars) -- Legion to mark 40th birthday Nov. 11 -- (Photograph of the Greensburg Legion post on East Main) -- (Photograph Street Fair time ca. 1904)-- Patriotic orders entrenched in Greensburg fraternal life-- Last G.A.R. Post-- Medal of honor -- Spanish War vets -- Sinking of Maine -- Foreign war vets -- War mothers -- War II mothers (Photographs Boys in Blue - Civil War soldiers in the 1930s)-- Local Psi Iota Xi organized in 1917 -- 1913 Union created a Department Club -- Many patriotic orders: Made cookies; War 1 vets; DAR History; C.A.R. Unit (Photograph of Dowden's Broadway Block) Old Children's Home served for 30 years; First County Home was of Civil War vintage; Jaycees were organized here in 1945 (Photograph of the Children's Home); (Photograph of the 2nd County Home); Advertisements: G&B Tavern -- Carl H. Galbraith -- Super Motors -- Meadow Gold -- Deb'n Heir -- Abell's Studio -- Gerry Loyd's Beauty Shop -- Edgar Scheidler -- Thomas H. Day -- Marlin P. Maddux -- Broadway Barber and Beauty Shop -- Indiana Gas & Water Company -- Thurston Implement & Supply.
Subject: Hyland, Kate.
Daughters of Isabella.
American Legion.
Psi Iota Xi.
Department Club.
Childrens Home.
County home.
Train depots.
Greensburg, Ind. > Presidential visits.

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