Klein Collection Finding Aid I

Klein Collection of the History of Vincennes, Indiana, Finding Aid I:
Alphabetic Index
Compiled by Allen Like, Byron R. Lewis Historical Library Assistant
Vincennes University

The Klein Collection is a set of about 50 three-ring binders containing information
from various sources such as historical books and documents, newspaper
articles, pamphlets, booklets, personal notes and papers of George Klein (1921-2004).
Klein was a Vincennes, Indiana, resident, former Knox County Clerk, and life member
of the Vincennes Historical Society.

The Klein Collection is numbered from 100 to 7500; a paper slip index to
the collection is available in Lewis Historical Library.

See Klein Collection Finding Aid II for a chronological index to a scrapbook of
the publication titled “150th Anniversary of the Indiana Gazette,” Special Edition
of the Vincennes Sun-Commercial, Aug. 1, 1954, written and compiled by Addie McElfresh.

For access to the articles in the collection, or for photocopies, contact the Lewis Historical
Library at (phone) 812-888-4330 or email rking@vinu.edu .

Accession # and Title of Item

6590 1957 Henderson Family Reunion Photos
7520 20th Century Retrospective with Old Vincennes Photos, (Vin Sun Com, 24 Jan 2000)
730 Abstract of Title, Lot 85 Old Town, Vincennes (Marone’s), 8 pages
1849 Adams, Joseph, Biography, (1874)
1856 Adams, Samuel resigned as J P Harrison Twp., removed to Kansas (1884)
1849 Adams, Samuel, Biography, (1874)
1836 Adkin, F M, removed Carlisle to Nebraska, (1857)
6364 Agnew, Spiro dies at age 77, (Vin Sun Com, 18 Sep 1976)
4107 Air Museum
4116 Air Service Begins at L-V Airport, (Vin Sun Com, 28 Oct 1968)
4103 Airport Doings
7090 Alexander, Bert Dudley, Obit., (Vin Sun Com, 15 Feb 1999)
1854 Alexander, George W, Walnut Grove Dairy at Vincennes, (1882)
7507 Alice of Old Vincennes Legend, (Vin Sun Com, 23 Jan 2000)
1870 Alice, name of community in Knox Co., (1902)
4129 Allegheny to Drop Service to Vincennes, (Star State Report, 24 March 1973)
1861 Allen Feed Stable, Fairground and Hickman, destroyed by fire, (1890)
7013 Allendale Illinois Tornado, (Vin Sun Com, 3 Jan 1999, Currents)
1837 Allison Prairie Flooded, (1858)
1858 Alton, Milton G, Constable Steen Township, (1886)
1846 American Hotel, First and Main, 1814 to 1870, torn down 1870, (1870)
1838 American Hotel, First and Main, 1824 to 1870,
400 American Revolution Bicentennial Symposium (Booklet)
500-599 American State Papers
600-626 American State Papers 2
502 American State Papers, Public Land
501 Ancient grants prior to 1783 at Vincennes
1868 Antone, August, was moving his family to Mt. Carmel, (1899)
5334 Apollo 11 Moon Landing, (The Indianapolis Star, 17 July 1994)
7001 Atomic Sunset, (The Indianapolis Star, 20 March 1999)
1657 Audubon, Jean Jacques Fougere,
6306 Audubon, John J., (Somes History, pp171)
1412 Audubon, John J., Store Site, (Tourist map of Historic sites)
302 Automobiles, Indiana Built (Bulletin 1967)
1844 Badollet and Williams Store, 5 Water Street, (1869)
6709 Bailey, John, Biography, "An Avowed Infidel", (Vin. Commercial, 8 Jan 1896)
1836 Baily and Baker, (1857)
1858 Bailey’s Cash Store, 501 North Seventh, (1887)
5214 Baird 1792 Map of Vincennes
1847 Baird, J R, Buggy Business, 3rd and Perry, (1872)
1921Baird, Samuel, names appearing on 1792 map
6305 Baird, Samuel, Survey of Vincennes 1792, (Somes History, pp 183)
734 Baird, Samuel, Survey, 1790
1834 Ball, Mrs., dry-cleaning ad, (Feb. 6, 1841)
1853 Banks Manufacturing Company turned out galvanized products (1881)
1849 Banks, Fielding, Biography, (1874)
2105 Barnett Hotel, on river bank below Barnett St.
1837 Barnett St. Sewer, a headline in, (1859)
1024 Barnett, Mark, Tavern, lot 26, Barnett St., started 12 April 1813
1866 Barr, Hugh, celebrated his 80th birthday, at Bruceville, (1897)
7504 Barr, Joseph W., Secretary of Treasury
5513 Battle of Fallen Timber by Robert Holden (Vin Sun Com, 14 Aug 1994)
4600-4670 Baty #1
4700-4780 Baty #2
4603 Baty House Photo's, 607 N 2nd St., Part of Lots #191 &192
4727 Baty Place for sale, (Western Sun, 27 May 1865)
4666 Baty, John buys Lot #192 &191, 25 Feb 1848, Book Q pp195
4729 Baty, John sells Lots #191 &192, (Book # E vol. 2, pp16,)
1841 Bayard, L H, new grocery store, 104 Main, (1864)
822 Bazadon, Laurient, house used for court house at Second and Broadway (1801-1807)
834 Bazadon, Laurient, house used for court house at Second and Broadway (1801-1807)
1836 Beatty, William, Plow Manufactory, Vigo St., (1858)
1027 Beckes, Parmenas, Inn, Main between Second and Third St,
2111 Beckes, Parmenius protests Jail as insufficient 1807
1844 Bicknell Post Office, (1869)
1870 Bicknell, modern business block, at Main and Railway, Kuhn Property, (1902)
7246 Biehl home, 422 N Forth St. (Vin Sun Com, 7 Nov 1999)
7053 Bierhaus Center, (20 pp Supplement, Vin Sun Com, 25 Oct 1998)
1843 Bierhaus, Edward, (1866)
1870 Bierhaus, Will C, building a two-story and brick house at Sixth and Seminary, (1903)
1849 Biographies of County Pioneers, (1874)
1849 Bishop, Judge Thomas, Biography, (1874)
1870 Bishops Block fire, (1902)
1843 Bishops Steam Brick Machine, (1866)
5414 Black Gold, Charles Klein, (Vin Sun Com, 18 May 1994)
6362 Black, Irene, (Vin Sun Com, 16 Oct 1996)
2107 Block house lot, river front adjacent to Cathedral
1870 Bonewits President of Wabash Home Telephone Company, Monroe City, (1903)
1847 Bonewitz, Jacob, Lovelydale, (1873)
1861 Borrowman, Thomas, new warehouse, First and Busseron collapsed, (1890)
1870 Borrowman, Thomas, rebuilt warehouse, 27 North First St., (1902)
7473 Bouchie, Bernard, Obit. (Vin Sun Com, 21 June 2000)
1860 Bouchie, Felix, South Eight St, home, surprise party, (1890)
1836 Bowman Ferry, (1857)
803 Braden, John
1837 Brett, Mrs., Millinery store, 2nd St., Old Post Office, (1859)
1846 Brevoort, William, swamp land commissioner, (1871)
5535 Brevoort, William house razed for Fairview Cemetery, (Vin Sun Com, 22 March 1934)
1861 Brewer, Hubbard, graduate Vincennes Colored School first commencement, (1891)
1844 Bridgeport Illinois fire, (June 1869)
1874 Bridgewater, Ivan 'Bridgie', Obit, (Indianapolis Star, Dec 16, 1995)
3664 Brooks Family
5772 Brooks, William E., (Vin Sun Com, Neighbors, 1 Jan 1995)
1844 Brooks, Thomas, leased fair grounds, (1868)
1452 Brouillette Old French House, (The Tri-State Cardinal, Winter 1976)
1943 Brouillette Street Renamed State Street, (Vin Sun Com, 12 June 1924)
1448 Brouillette's Grove on Kelso's Creek, Remembering Way Back? (Vin. Post 16 Aug 1933)
5530 Broullet, Michel Biography
1854 Brown, William, photograph gallery, on Main opposite Laplante House (1882)
1849 Brucesville Grade School, J. C. Adams, Principal,
1844 Bruceville letter, (1869)
1831 Bruceville re-established in as postoffice in May 1828
1868 Bruceville town history, by Miss Phoeby Hill, read at H. S. Commencement, (1900)
1414 Brute, Bishop, Early Vincennes History, Vin. Western Sun, March and April 1839
5213 Buckingham 1805 Map of Vincennes
1849 Buffalo Bill Cody at Green Hall, (1876)
6093 Building St. James Episcopal Church, (Vin Sun Com, 8 Nov 1934)
6305 Buntin, Robert, Survey of Vincennes 1804, (Somes History, pp 183)
6305 Buntin, Robert, Survey of Vincennes 1816, (Somes History, pp 183)
1847 Burke, John, 37 Main, (1873)
1844 Busseron letter, (1869)
1827 Cambell, John, Selling 2 Sills on above Busseron Creek on Gills Prairie, (1816)
1756 Camfield, Oliver, Lynching,(Vin Sun Com, 24 June 1884)
3037 Canadian Traces Ancestors, Walter Sigritz, (Vin Sun Com, 19 Sep 1975)
1849 Candida, George, Biography, (1874)
6352 Cannonball Bridge Opens, (Vin Sun Com, 15 May 1966)
1849 Carey, Francis, Biography, (1874)
6343 Carie, Patrick
7449 Carie, Simon, Vincennes Policeman Killed, 1 April 1926, (Vin Sun Com, 31 Jan 2000)
6400-6482 Carl L Schalier Memoirs
1861 Carpenters Union No. 658, elected officers listed, (1891)
1833 Carson and Smith Store on Market and Second St (1834)
6366 Carter, Dave, Football Player, (Vin Sun Com, 15 Sep 1996)
1849 Casset, Jacob, Biography, (1874)
1830 Catholic Church corner stone laid, (Western Sun, 8 April 1826)
1843 Cauthorn, Henry, finishing one of the finest houses in the city, (1866)
1847 Cauthorn, Henry, Harrison Twp. political rally, (1874)
1834 Centre Hotel, Market and 3rd St., John Ewings former residence, (1842)
7428 Century's 100 top stories, (Evansville Courier, 21 Dec 1999)
1836 Chadwick and Decker, No. 3, Main, (1857)
1849 Charley, George, Biography, (1874)
5711 Charlie's Smorgasbord, Kimmell Road, (Vin Sun Com, 25 Aug 1995)
1852 Childress, Wiley, has moved from Lawrenceville to Russell, to run mill, ((1878)
4703 Cholera Epidemic of 1850 in Vincennes, Smiths Historical Sketches, pp242
1847 Cistern, Seventh and Busseron, (1873)
1842 Cisterns, Public, Church and 3rd, and Busseron and 2nd, (1865)
1400-1483 City of Vincennes
1847 City Officers Listed, (1873)
6317 Civil War Monument at Court House, (Vin Morning Com, 17 April 1912)
1379 Clark Capture of Vincennes
1835 Clark Hotel, Water St., (1844)
1835 Clark Tavern, Market St, (1844)
6619 Clark, George Rodgers, (1993 Grolier Electronic Publishing Inc.)
1836 Clark, J M, Livery Stable, Vigo St, (1858)
1861 Clark, Mrs. Frank, Woman’s Suffrage Society essay contest, (1891)
1311 Clark's Headquarters Where Five Indian Prisoners Were Killed
1913 Clarks Quarters Now City Street, (The Valley Advance, 22 Feb. 1977)
1310 Clark's tragic life, (The Valley Advance, 8 May 1973)
5259 Class of 1939, 35th Reunion, (Vincennes High School bulletin)
7062 Clinton, Bill, Impeachment (Vin Sun Com, 20 Dec 1998)
1849 Cobb, Ella, Miss, (1875)
1847 Cobb, Thomas R, Harrison Twp.political rally, (1874)
1849 Cockerham, William P., Biography, (1874)
1832 Coleman, J. L., Ox Mill and Wind Mill in full operation (1829)
6385 Collier, Laif, (Vin Sun Com, Currents, 29 Dec 1996)
501 Commons land at Vincennes
1833 Converce, William Store on Market Street (1834)
1851 Convery, Jerome, School Enumerator (1877)
1847 Coulter, W R, (1872)
1863 Coulter, William, to remove from Lawrenceville, Ill., (1893)
1937 Council Names Two Streets After Local Baseball Greats, (Vin Sun Com, 6 July 1967)
822 Courthouse at Forth and Buntin completed in 1813
823 Courthouse is key to history (Vin Sun Com, 4 June 1972)
834 Courthouse of 1813, American Legion of today (Greater Vincennes Shopper, 10 Nov 1971)
830 Courthouse Photographs
826 Courthouse Records Preservation, Vin Sun Com, 8 June 1971)
831 Courthouse Repository, (The Valley Advance, 30 Sep 1970)
3023 Creator & Collector Of History, Curtis G. Shake, by Royal Purcell
1856 Cuningham, John J., hackman was having a hansome vehicle made, (1884)
1827 Cunningham, Francis, house of entertainment, Market and Fifth St. (1818)
843 Cypress tree photograph
1861 Dale, Perry, Saw Mill, Palmyra Twp., (1891)
5722 Danville & Cairo Short Route, 1880's Rail Road
1842 Daviess Co., Land and Town Lots for Sale, (1865)
5373 D-Day, WW II
1867 Deaths of the year 1898 listed, (1898)
1832 Decker, John, Ferry rates (1829)
5751 Decker, Luke & Kuykendall of Virginia
1840 DeLang, F W, Variety Store, Main St., (1862)
1844 Denny, Col., Postmaster, Vincennes, (1869)
1380 Deposition of Michael Brouillet, about Clark's Headquarters in Vincennes
1319 Depositions for Richard P. Price, about lot at end of Market Street
1313 Depositions for Thomas Holder, about land granted to John Bt. Codier (Coder?)
1331 Depositions of Michael Brouillet, about Clark's Headquarters in Vincennes
1312 Depositions, 32 pages of, (Original Manuscript at DAR)
703 Diary of a Dike (The Valley Advance, 9/9/70)
5438 Dillinger, John
1870 Dillinger, William H, of Harrison Twp. Bought a steam powered merry go round, (1902)
1836 Dillingham, William H, Apothecaries Hall opposite American Hotel, (1857)
474 Donation land in Vincennes
501 Donations in Vincennes Land District
458 Donations on Knox Co. Map, from a George Klein paper, (1978, 13 pages)
1834 Doran, Patrick store and five other Buildings in Market street fire (1841)
1847 Dubois, H H, Heating and Cooking Stove Store, Water and Busseron, (1872)
806 Dubois, Tousaint, Court Deposition
1844 Duesterberg, new drug store next to O & M Depot, (1868)
2111 Dunica Tavern, at sign of the "the Ferry" in front of the jail.
1859 Dunn, J H, the photographer had bought the Shannon House, 6th & Main, (1887)
1833 Dunning, John B, returned to Vincennes to Blacksmithing (1840)
1849 Duesterberg, John M, Drug Store, Third and Main, opposite Market House, (1874)
1833 Eagle Factory, Water and Busseron St. (1835)
4143 Earhart, Amelia
6313 Early Knox Co. History by Allie A. Arnold (4 pages)
5802 Early, Rex, (Indianapolis Star, 11 June 1995)
5803 Early, Rex, (Vin Sun Com, 14 Dec 1995)
5801 Early, Rex, (Vin Sun Com, 19 June 1995)
1836 Eastham, Col., Large Livery Stable, (1857)
1842 Eberwine, Chris, Store at 5th and Main, (1865)
1843 Ebner Brewery was for sale, (1866)
7505 Ebner, John
1868 Edmonds, Charles, sold his Third street butcher shop to Matt Taffe, (1899)
1843 Edwardsport College,(1866)
1844 Edwardsport letter, (1869)
1832 Election results of Aug. 9, 1834
1437 Elm Road Map, (Valley Advance, 16 May 1980,)
1223 Elm Road site
1435 Elm Road, (Valley Advance, 16 May 1980,)
1440 Elm Road, (Vincennes Shopper, 5 Jan 1972)
1851 Embarrass River Bridge built at Lawrenceville, (1877)
7023 Embry, Cap (Obit, Vin Sun Com, 16 Aug 1964)
735 Emison & Johnson Survey, 1812
1844 Emison letter, (1869)
1843 Emison Station establishes post office, (1866)
7513 Emison, Ewing
6578 Emison, Thomas, Tribute to, (Old Northwest Corporation Newsletter, Nov 1996)
1831 Emison's Mill made postoffice in 1828
1847 Englehart, blacksmith, Second and Harrison, (1872)
625 Ewing Emison Map
6569 Ewing Printing, (Vin Sun Com, 25 May 1997)
1843 Experimental drove well, Third and Busseron, (1866)
1861 Farmer Institute committee members listed, (1890)
1834 Fauntleroy, Henry, opens law office (1841)
1843 Fendrich, George, Cigar Store, Second and Perry St., (1866)
1870 Fendrick, George, fire chief, surprise birthday party, many firemen listed, ((1902)
6801 Fifty-Five Years in and Out of the Bank, 1910-1965, (55 pp Booklet, 1970)
1858 Fire at Grand Hotel, LaPlante, Gardners, & McJimsey’s Livery, on Busseron (1885)
1843 Fire at LaPlante building, Third and Busseron, (1867)
1845 Fire at Merchants Hotel, Second and Perry, (1871)
1857 Fire at stave factory just below park on river (1885)
1856 Fire exploding in cistern, 2nd & Busseron St. (1883)
1867 Fires of the year 1898 listed, (1898)
1838 First and Main, location of LaPlante House in 1870,
1838 First and Main, location of American Hotel 1824 to 1870,
1838 First and Main, location of John D Hay house when it burned in 1814,
4745 First Street was Main as late as 1828, (The Valley Advance, 28 Sep 1971)
1849 Flinn, Anna, Miss, (1875)
1870 Flint, W A, new department store in town, (1903)
1838 Flin’s Department Store, First and Main,
1861 Flock, John, killed in thrashing machine explosion at Bruceville, (1891)
1837 Flooding, 20 ft. above low water mark, (1858)
1842 Florsheim, Louis S, "New York Bazaar", Second St., (1864)
4102 Flying Clubs Records
5333 Flying Saucer Covers
1858 Forman, Gabriel, veteran of War of 1812, died, buried at Upper Indiana, Sep 11, (1885)
1114 Fort at Post Vincennes 1732
1223 Fort Knox I site, at Vincennes 1803
1238 Fort Knox II site, at Vincennes 1811
1238 Fort Knox III site at Vincennes 1816
1182 Fort Patrick Henry site, at Vincennes 1786
6547 Fort Petticoat at Emison Mill, (Vin Sun Com, 2 July 1950)
1377 Fort Sackville Dig (The Valley Advance, 14 Oct 1970)
1376 Fort Sackville Locations (The Valley Advance, 12 Oct 1971)
1375 Fort Sackville Locations (The Valley Advance, 8, 14, & 21 Sep 1971)
1171 Fort Sackville site, at Vincennes 1779
1271 Fort Sackville, "Plan of Fort Sackville, by Henry Duveruer, 1788"
6751 Fortner, Thomas L., obit, (Vin Sun Com, 22 July 1998)
3601 Francis Scott Key
3040 Franz Martin Sigritz, (Vin. Capital, 25 Jan 1915) (Western Sun, 29 Jan 1915)
1866 Fredrick, Daniel, age 108, died at his home near Highland, (1896)
6749 Freelandville, by Ray Hall, (Vin Sun Com, 12 July 1998)
1445 Freeman, Thomas, Survey, Sep. 1803
1870 Gaddis, John W., gets contact to build new jail at Eight and Broadway, (March 1902)
1860 Gaither, Bazil, Monroe City purchased Wilcher farm 3 miles S/E Monroe City, (1889)
6305 Gamelin Subdivision 1812, (Somes History, pp 230)
308 Gardner Funeral Home (The Indiana Preservationist)
309 Gardner records, Interesting names copied from Gardner records
1840 Gardner, James, Cheap Cash Store, Third and Main, next to Post Office, (1862)
1861 Gas engine at Greiner Shoe Factory began operation in May, (1891)
1849 Gas lighting, Second and Main, (March 1875)
1837 Gas works and lighting for city, a city ordinance, (1859)
1849 Gas Works building to be built on Nicholas St., (1876)
1834 Gazette paper printed on Water and Market St. (1842)
1300-1389 George Rodgers Clark
7092 George Rodgers Clark Hotel, (Photo of never finished Hotel 1941)
1100-1282 George Rodgers Clark National Historical Park
5201 George Rodgers Clark, The Secret Orders, (Indiana Historical Society booklet)
5501 German Evangelical St. John's Church of Vincennes, Deed History
320 German language in Indiana (Vin Sun Com, April 29, 1973)
6327 Ghee M. F., (Vin Western Sun, 4 July 1904)
844 Giant Knox Cypress,(The Wabash Valley Advance, 30 Nov 1971)
1836 Gimbel, Adam, Second and Main, (1857)
5727 Gingrich, Newt, Contract with America (Vin Sun Com, 20 Nov 1994))
1859 Gladish post office established four mile below Petersburg, (1887)
1867 Glass, John, grocery store fire, Nicholas St. (1898)
5328 Global Positioning (Vin Sun Com, 18 Feb 1994)
1866 Glovers Mill burned in the summer of (1896)
1835 Gochenour, Samuel, (1844)
6678 Good Samaritan Hospital, (Currents, Vin Sun Com, 8 Feb 1998)
6391 Goodnow, Dave, Vin Sun Com, Currents, 12 Dec 1997)
1854 Goosetown became simply North Vincennes (1881)
1860 Graeter Building, Third and Main, masked ball, (Jan 1, 1890)
1836 Graeter, Charles, Dry Goods Grocery, Main and Third, (1856)
1840 Graeter, Charles, Selling Copperhead brestpins, (1863)
1859 Graeter, Fredrick, next to Grand Hotel, (1887)
1843 Graeter's livery stable, Third and Busseron, (1867)
7401 Graham, Billy, (Vin Sun Com, 30 May 1999
1841 Grammer, L H, Wabash Woolen Factory, (1863)
1858 Grand Hotel rebuilding, making it 3 stories and leaving off Mansard roof, (1886)
1304 Gratiot True Hero, The Valley Advance, (21 May 1974)
5320 Great Train Chase
1823 Greater and Woodcock open inn at the sign of 'Ferry Boat' (1808)
1856 Greater, Charles, president Vincennes Street Railway Company, (1883)
1851 Greater, Charles, two story brick building at Seventh and Broadway
1027 Greater, Christian, Tavern, Main between Second and Third St,
1857 Green Opera House Burns, (1885)
1846 Green, George E, Publisher of Western Sun, dies, (Oct. 17, 1870)
1835 Green, George E., first issue of Western Sun, August 23, 1856
1835 Green, George E., revives old Western Sun name and begins publishing in 1856,
1835 Green, George E., Western Sun Office, on Main between Water and Second in 1856
1870 Green, Harry, teaching at Pierre South Dakota, (1902)
1867 Greenhood A. J., house fire, Sycamore St. (1898)
1834 Greenhow, James, replaces John Scott as postmaster (1843)
6525 Gregg, John, (Indianapolis Star, 28 Nov 1996)
6526 Gregg, John, (Vin Sun Com, 16 Feb 1997)
6393 Gregg, John, (Vin Sun Com, 20 Sep 1998)
1302 Gratiot, Charles, 'Overlooked hero', (The Valley Advance, 14 May 1974)
7456 Grouseland, (Vin Sun Com, 6 Feb 2000
1849 Gruen and Pomil, Woolen and Flouring Mill, (1874)
5777 GSH Health Pavilion, (Vin Sun Com, 28 April 1995)
1849 Haartje and Watjen, Fancy Groceries, 17 Main, (1876)
7590 Hack and Simon Preservation Quest, (Vin Sun Com, 14 April 2002)
1846 Hackman Bank Exchange Restaurant, 43 Main Street, (1870)
1861 Hall General Merchandise Store, Fairground and Hickman, destroyed by fire, (1890)
1847 Hamaker Store, Second Street, (1872)
1847 Hamaker, G R, (1872)
1851 Harbin, D H, of Vincennes removed to Black Hills, (1877)
7550 Harmonie Verein 1890 Petition, 29 signers
7497 Harmony Society, (Vin Sun Com, 10 March 2002)
1851 Harness, Emory, Decker Township left for Black Hills, (1877)
4609 Harrison deeded Lot #191 to William Lindsay, 18 Feb 1819, Book B pp292,293,
1834 Harrison, William H, Death (April 17, 1841)
1831 Harrison, William H, Honored at Dinner, (Western Sun, Nov, 1826)
6602 Harrison, William Henry, (12 pp, 1993 Grolier Electronic Publishing Inc.)
1853 Hart street widening project debated (1879)
1847 Harvey, G R, (1872)
1825 Haryman home on Embarras River attacked by Indians, (1812)
7169 Hatcher, Howard Headquarters
6073 Hatcher, Howard, Elected (Vin Sun Com, 8 Nov 1995)
1826 Hay, John D, Recorder for Knox Co., Records destroyed by fire, (1814)
1656 Hay, John Duffield, fire (21 Jan 1814)
1844 Hays, William B, (1868)
1849 Helderman, Andrew, Biography, (1874)
1847 Helderman, Andrew, Lovelydale, (1873)
6476 Henderson Reunion Website Photos
1834 Henderson, James, Furniture business, Market and 2nd, formerly Graeters house (1841)
6656 Hendrix, Optometrists restore downtown building
1835 Herbert and Scott,merchants 2nd and Market, (1844)
1846 Hershey, Jere, River Duchee engineer, (1871)
2217 Hershey, Jere, Plat of Bishop Chatard's Subdivision of Vincennes, Recorded 29 Aug 1884)
1847 Hiland, Joshua, Lovelydale, (1873)
1868 Hill, Miss Phoeby D, Bruceville H. S. Commencement, read town history, (1900)
3800-3868 Historic Vincennes Sites
2126 Historical Society Developing Registry of County Businesses, (Vin Sun Com, 11 April 93)
1851 Hogan, Michael, new home corner of Second and West Locust, (1878)
1825 Hollingsworth, Thomas Son killed by Indians 10 miles from Vincennes, (1812)
2245 Holman, Mrs. Henry (Ida), memories on 92nd birthday, (Vin Sun Com, 24 March 1971)
326 Hoosiers On The Ballots (Newspaper Article)
1743 Harmony Society Pictures of Past Presidents,
1736 Harmony Society Speech, by George Klein, (23 Jan 1971)
6502 House's Age (The Indianapolis Star, 24 Nov 1996)
1501 How Pierre Found His Father by Meredith Nicholson, (booklet, V U Press, 1963)
1844 Huckeby, James, Democratic Press, Petersburg, (1868)
737 Huffman, Joseph, Barber shop owned by colored man in 1818
1835 Hughes, John H., Fashionable Boot and Shoemaker, (1844)
7588 Humphey, Paul S, Obit
7489 I-69, 14 routes possible, (Vin Sun Com, 2 Dec 2000)
7493 I-69, routes down to 5, (Evansville Courier, 17 Oct 2000)
501 Improvement grants after 1783 in Knox Co.
473 Indian Treaties and Land Cessions, by Rex Potterf, (1931, 16 page booklet)
501 Indian Village land at Vincennes
300-383 Indiana
301 Indiana Historical society calendar 1990
6537 Indiana House Architecture, (Indianapolis Star, 9 Feb 1997)
1764 Indiana Military Museum, Vincennes IN, (Pamphlet)
1018 Indiana Territorial Capital moved to 900 block of Upper Third about 1850
1018 Indiana Territorial Capital, Main St. between Second & Third, Old Security Bank today
1016 Indiana Territorial Capital, Researched by Richard Day, (25 Sep 1981)
1000-1056 Indiana Territorial Capital, Richard Day Story
1015 Indiana Territorial Hall moved to Harrison Park 1949, (Vin Sun Com, 22 March 1972)
1239 Indiana Territorial Hall site, Main between Second and Third, in 1805
2115 Indiana Territorial Hall, south east side between second and third
1021 Indiana Territorial Legislature, (Vincennes Weekly Western Sun,) 20 April 1887, pp 2,
1000 Indiana Territorial State Memorial, (27 page booklet)
6540 Indiana Territory Sesquicentennial, (Vin Sun Com, 2 July 1950, 25 page Supplement)
7560 Indiana Territory, 200 Anniversary (Vin Sun Com, 8 April 2001)
1658 Indiana Territory, Important Dates in History, (Vin Sun Com, 2 July 1959)
346 Indiana's Covered Bridges (Outdoor Indiana, Feb. 1978)
331 Indians Of Indiana (Indiana Historical Society, Vol. 50)
4001 Island Airlines
1844 Jackson, Thomas B, Tin Ware, Second and Perry, (1868)
1844 Jardella, Jerome B, Druggist, 22 Main, (1868)
7501 Jefferson Academy, (Vin Sun Com, 18 Aug 2000)
1867 Jerrel, Frank killed in Freelandville boiler explosion, (1898)
6305 Johnson and Emison Survey 1821, (Somes History, pp 183)
1836 Johnson, D D, Hardware Store, (1857)
1856 Johnson, Vincennes, and Decker Township hold joint teacher institutes (1884)
1847 Johnson, L, & Co. at 48 and 50 Second, (1872)
2105 Jones Hotel, on river bank just below Broadway St.
1835 Jones, John Rice published as Jones Vincennes Sentinel about 1849,
1835 Jones, John Rice published as Western Sun until about 1848,
1026 Jones, Peter, Tavern, Main between Second and Third St,
1827 Jones, Thomas, Red House on Water Street, (1817)
1849 Jones, Zaidee, singer, (1875)
1865 Jorden Brothers slaughter house burned to ground at Decker, (1895)
1836 Joseph, Mr., Second and Main adjoining Gimbels, (1857)
502 Journal Continental Congress
4637 Judah, Samuel buys Lot #192, 24 Jan 1826, Book C pp 509,
6543 Judah, Samuel, (Vin Sun Com, 2 July 1950)
1404 Judah's Addition out of town 1850
3022 Judge Shake at Nuremberg, (The Valley Advance, 14 Aug 1973)
1847 Julian, O P and Company, Stone Monuments, 2nd between Main and Vigo, (1872)
1846 Junction House, Isaac Mass, an eating place one mile east of Vincennes, (1870)
1869 Kackley, Helen, Fourth of July parade queen with picture, (July 1900)
1837 Kellog and Smith, moved next to Josephs on Main, (1859)
1849 Kelso, J T, Produce Depot, 7 Water Street, (1875)
2402 Kennedy Space Center Story, (260 pp, booklet, December 1971)
6201 Kixmiller Store in Freelandville, (Vin Sun Com, 21 June 1996)
6287 Klein, Fred J., Seeking nomination County Commissioner, (Vin Sun Com, 7 June 1996)
6712 Klein, George, Genealogy Charts
458 Klein, George, paper on Knox Co. land descriptions, (1978, 13 pages)
6701 Klein, Marriages, Genealogy
1837 Knauf, John, rebuilt soap and candle factory after it burned, (1859)
1840 Knights of Golden Circle, (Western Sun, Aug 22, 1862)
1840 Knights of Golden Circle, (Western Sun, Aug 5, 1862)
1847 Knirihm Grocery, Second and Busseron, (1872)
2111 Knox Co Court of Quarter Session to build new Jail 1801
7506 Knox Co. Civil War Monument, (Photo)
1846 Knox Co. Court held in Laz Nobels Old Post Hall, 7th and Broadway, (1870)
1846 Knox Co. Court House, old building 7th and Broadway sold to L L Watson, (1870)
1871 Knox Co. Historical Atlas, Hardacre F J, being distributed, (1904)
1862 Knox Co. Jail, planned at Eight and Broadway, (1893)
458 Knox Co. Land Descriptions,, from a George Klein paper, (1978, 13 pages)
4200-4263 Knox Co. Plat Book, 1971
3050 Knox Co. Poor Farm Alleged Miss-treatment of Frank Miller, (Vin Daily Com, 19 Feb 1915)
7557 Knox Co. Rural Free Delivery, six routes, (Vincennes Capital, 17 Sep 1901)
7468 Knox Co. Voters Shame, (Vin Sun Com, 7 May 2000
7565 Knox Co. vs. A C L U, (Vin Sun Com, 3 June 2001)
7514 Knox Co., W W I Soldiers in Service, (Vin Sun Com, 23 Jan 2000)
800-877 Knox County
863 Knox County Abstractors Co. Story, (1989, 10 pp booklet)
1851 Knox County Record, a new Edwardsport Newspaper, (1877)
467 Knox County, Ancient Land Descriptions, (Knox Co. Daily News 8/1/78)
847 Knox Cypress Grove, (The Valley Advance, 19 Oct 1971)
1836 Kramer and Ashbys, Second and Main adjoining Rosemans, (1857)
1847 Kuhn, John, (1873)1836 LaCroix, M D, Main between Third and Fourth, (1857)1824 Lagow, Wilson, Hat Factory in Vincennes
1843 Lahr, Tony, (1866)
1847 Lahr, Tony, Hotel and Restaurant, (1872)
400-474 Land Grant and Indian Treaties
1843 LaPlante building burned, Third and Busseron, (1867)
1836 LaPlante Groceries and Hardware, Main and Third, (1857)
1845 LaPlante House Grand Opening, (1869)
1860 LaPlante House, First and Main described as one of the finest, (1887)
1838 LaPlante House, First and Main, 1870,
1849 LaPlante, John B, Biography, (1874)
2105 Lasselle Hotel, west corner Second and Perry St.
1847 Lazarus, Isaac, Fourth between Dubois and Barrett, (1874)
1826 Ledgerwood, William, grist mill on Busseron Creek for sale (1814)
5764 Leesville Settlers, Lawrence County Indiana
3101 Legion Public Relations Award for 1970, (The American Legion Magazine, May 1970)
7248 Lenahan, John Patrick, W W II Veteran, (Vin Sun Com, 11 Nov 1999)
3037 Letter To Editor, about Franz Sigritz, (Vin Sun Com, 27 Jan 1972)
1868 Lewis, Mrs. James, Dawson City, Yukon Territory, sister of Anna Pollack Ross (1899)
1849 Lieberman, Frank, Book bindery, Fourth and Main, (1876)
1837 Lindley, W T, Merchant Tailor, Broadway and 2nd, (1860)
4619 Lindsay deeded to Jacob Call, 14 May 1821, Book B pp665, 666,
1836 Linz, Dr., at Bethleham, Knox Co., (1857)
1852 List of City Officials (1879)
1852 List of County Officials (1879)
1853 List of Township Trustees (1879)
1847 Little Rock seven mile this side of lock, (1872)
502 Locations in Vincennes Land District
458 Locations, Donations, And Surveys on Knox Co. Maps, from a George Klein paper
1847 Loten, J., 100 Main Street, (1872)
7472 Latte, Dennis, (Vin Sun Com, 11 June 2000)
1841 Louis, J A, Grocery, corner 4th and Main, (1864)
1847 Lovely Dale, (1873)
1837 Lowe, George, Shingle Manufactory, R R crossing, (1858)
1844 Lucas, Elijah, Winslow Pattent, (1868)
1403 Lutheran Church on 8th St., Race track, Marachall's field, all out of town 1850
6516 Lyles Station, (Evansville Courier, 26 June 1998)
6511 Lyles Station, (Indianapolis Star, 2 Feb 1997)
6744 Madden, Walter, Walter A. Davis Citation 1998
1836 Maddox J W, (1857)
1858 Mallett, Will, deputy postmaster at Oaktown, (1886)
2113 Map, Clarks route to Vincennes
2118 Map, locating Rue St.Honore opened by St. Ange 1779
2114 Map, Proposed Clarks Landing Park in Knox Co.
834 Marchal, Antoine, house used for a court house (1807-1810)
1022 Marchal, Antoine, rented house at north Connor of Second & Broadway, (1805-1813)
1844 Mariah Creek Silver Strike, (1869)
1835 Marlin, Charles, Gunsmith shop opposite Broadway House, (1843)
731 Marone's Restaurant, 2nd and Busseron Map
1824 Marshall, John, River Deshee salt (1809)
1853 Martin, William added to Vincennes Police force (1879)
1837 Mass, Isaac, Auctioneer at City Auction House, (1860)
1846 Mass, Isaac, Junction House, an eating place one mile east of Vincennes, (1870)
1835 Mayes, James J, published Patriot at old Western Sun plant in 1853
1858 Mc Cathy's Galvanizing Iron Works, 7th St opposite Court House, (1887)
7531 Mc Cord, Frank, W W II, Vincennes Naval Hero, (Vin Sun Com, 14 Dec 2000)
6630 Mc McCormick, Inc., (14 pp., Vin Sun Com, 5 April 1998)
1868 McCarthy and Dubois tinner and galvanizer, at Eighth and Busseron, (1899)
1835 McClaugherty, M A, published Vincennes Courant in 1853
1851 McClure, Maggie, to teach at Bruceville in Spring, (1878)
1844 McCrisaken, Blacksmith, (1868)
1836 McDowell, Shoe Store, 10 Main, (1858)
1803 McElfresh, Addie, 70 page 100 year chronology of Vincennes Western Sun
1868 McGowan, John and George Curtis, bought Cunningham Store at Hazelton, (1899)
1861 McJimsey's fine new buggy house, First and Main, (1890)
1845 Merchants Hotel Fire, Second and Perry, (1871)
1856 Merom Bluffs cave discovered, (1884)
1861 Messenger Newspaper offices move to from second to fifth and main, (1890)
1833 Meyers, R. M., Broadway house and ferry advertisment (1840)
3600-3689 Micro-Filming of Knox Co. Records
3618 Micro-Filming of Knox Co. Records
1847 Milan, Squire, Johnson Twp., (1872)
501 Militia grants in Vincennes Land District
1847 Miller, John F, Sixth and Vigo, (1873)
4000-4099 Miscellaneous Information
4100-4150 Miscellaneous Information
5200-5292 Miscellaneous Information
200-299 Missing
2300-2399 Missing
3200-3500 Missing
4300-4500 Missing
5000-5100 Missing
6100-6101 Missing
6900-6999 Missing
7300-7399 Missing
1830 Missouri-Bound, 100 wagons heading west, (1825)
1836 Mitchell Indiana, O & M Railroad completed, (1857)
1851 Mitchell, Louisa, Cottage, Tenth and Scott, (1887)
1870 Monroe City, Wabash Home Telephone Company organized, (1903)
7442 Mooney, Terry, (Vin Sun Com, 16 Jan 2000,
7234 Mooney, Terry, Elected Vincennes Mayor, (Vin Sun Com, 3 Nov 1999)
1843 Moore and Merryman Drug Store, Second and Main, (1867)
1411 Moore and Miller Drug Store, (Vin Sun Com, 14 Jan 1996)
1409 Moore and Miller Drug Store, (Wabash Weekly News, 20 Aug 1992)
1868 Monroe City town election results, list of winners, (1899)
1836 Morris, A U, Apothecaries Hall, No. 8 Main, (1856)
716 Mussel-Fishing, (Vin Sun Com, 10/3/77)
1834 Myers, Genl. John, replaced Hiram Decker as Register at Land Office (1843)
1847 Nashville, Harrison Twp. political rally, (1874)
3604 National Archives Genealogy
825 Newman, John J, State Archivist, (Vin Sun Com, 18 June 1971)
1846 Noble, Laz, corner of 7th and Broadway, ready for Common Plea Court, (1870)
1867 Noltemeyer, Thomas, sawmill boiler explodes at Freelandville, (1898)
7524 North Second St Vincennes Restaurant Photo
7054 Northwest Territory Elections, 1778, (Indianapolis Star, 1 Nov 1998)
827 Noted Architect Visits Court house, (undated Newspaper Article)
1847 Nugent, William, Illinois House, Second and Perry, (1873)
3000-3060 O. K. Corral Gunfight Story, Curtis Shake, Walter Sigritz
1844 Oaktown letter, Oaktown boundries, Nicademas Toodles, (July 24, 1869)
1854 Oaktown to build new brick school, (Weekly Western Sun, March 10, 1871)
1846 Oaktown, West Union Seminary opened, (1872)
870 O'Flynn, Anna C., The Mother County, (Educator Journal, April 1920)
6544 Ohio & Mississippi Railroad in Vincennes, (Vin Sun Com, 2 July 1950)
4004 Ohnemus, John C.
1868 Oliphant and Ghee open a Bridge Company Office on Main, (1899)
1846 Old Post Hall, of Laz Noble, 7th and Broadway, served as Court House, (1870)
1413 Old Seminary Building torn down in 1883
1942 Old Terre Haute Road Will Be Known as "Oliphant Drive", (Vin Sun Com, 8 Sep 1938)
5250 Old Town Lots 85-86, 103-104, Harmony Society and Marone's Property Deed information
1026 Old Yellow Tavern, lot # 106, north Connor of Third & Main, (1780)
6307 Old Yellow Tavern, Vincennes Indiana
1840 Osborne, Mr., Sullivan IN, (Western Sun, June 13, 1862)
1847 Ostendorf Jewelry Store, Main Street, (1872)
1854 Osweller, J., grocery, 8th st. near Union Depot, (1882)
1862 Overbay, Rob, Wheatland, building new farm house, (1893)
1833 Owens, Robert Dale, spoke at Market House (Oct. 17, 1840)
1844 Palestine letter, (1869)
1838 Palmyra Church, (1860)
1847 Patterson and Matters, Buggy Business, 3rd and Perry, (1872)
2245 Peankeshaw Steamer, (Vincennes Commercial, 28 May 1893)
714 Pearling at Purl City, (The Valley Advance, 12/9/75)
1840 Peck, H E Mrs., Ladies of Benevolent Society, (1863)
1835 Pek Drug Store, Market St., (1844)
1858 Perry, Jim, Calmuck, Democrat Party Split, (1886)
1846 Petersburg and Vincennes Turnpike surveyed by John G Burell, (1870)
1843 Petersburg Road, graveled turnpike, (1867)
1844 Petersburg, Democratic Press, (1868)
1868 Petersburg, IN, Fire, (May 5, !900)
1856 Philadelphia street numbering system adopted (1883)
2223 Piankeshaw Apartment Complex Started, (Vin Sun Com, 12 May 1971 & 19 May 1971)
2240 Piankeshaw Cigar, Remember Way Back?, (Vincennes Post, 18 June 1933)
2236 Piankeshaw Housing Project Moving Along Smoothly, (The Valley Advance, 9 Nov 1971)
736 Piankeshaw Indian Village
2250 Piankeshaw Indian Village and Elm Road Committee Report, (25 Feb 1971)
2248 Piankeshaw Open Sunday, (Vin Sun Com, 28 Aug 1972)
2200-2254 Piankeshaw Place
2234 Piankeshaw Place Construction, (Vin Sun Com, 1 Sep 1971)
2220 Piankeshaw Place does it, (The Valley Advance, 20 April 1971)
2244 Piankeshaw Place Moving Day, (Vin Sun Com, 10 Aug 1972)
2249 Piankeshaw Place Opens, (The Valley Advance, 29 Aug 1972)
2243 Piankeshaw Place to Open, (Greater Vincennes Shopper, 19 July 1972)
2231 Piankeshaw Place, Groundbreaking Ceremonies, (Vin Sun Com, 15 April 1971)
2229 Piankeshaw Place, Passing Scene, by Ross Garrigus, (The Valley Advance, 2 March 1971)
2233 Piankeshaw Tribe, # 108, Improved Order of Red Men, (Greene pp 457)
2235 Piankeshaw, Improved Order of Red Men, (Vincennes Commercial, 9 Aug 1890)
1847 Pifer, William, Oaktown, (1873)
1858 Pitman, W D, opened a "shaving parlor" at 116 N 2nd St., (1886)
4099 Pole to Pole Covers
1840 Polk, W A, Oak Station Agent, (1862)
324 Polypotamia (News Paper Article)
339 Polypotamia (News Paper Article)
1114 Post des Pianguichats, [Piankashaw], at Vincennes 1732
1844 Potaka Village, Gibson County, (1868)
5300-5392 Potpourri
5400-5497 Potpourri
5500-5599 Potpourri
5600-5699 Potpourri
5700-5799 Potpourri
6000-6099 Potpourri
5900-5964 Potpourri, (Newspapers 1995)
6200-6299 Potpourri, (Newspapers 1996)
6300-6399 Potpourri, (Newspapers 1996-1998)
6700-6799 Potpourri, Newspapers 1996, 1997, 1998
6600-6688 Potpourri, Newspapers 1998
7000-7099 Potpourri, Newspapers 1998, 1999
7100-7199 Potpourri, Newspapers 1999
7200-7288 Potpourri, Newspapers 1999
7400-7499 Potpourri, Newspapers 1999, 2000
7500-7599 Potpourri, Newspapers 2000, 01, 02
5329 Prescription Farming (Vin Sun Com, 13 March 1994)
6504 Prestolite Goodbye, (Vin Sun Com, 3 Nov 1996)
1824 Prince, William, Postmaster, (1811)
1458 Pritchett, James S., Mayor regimes 1874,
7429 Probate Abstracts of Knox Co. (Vin Sun Com, 19 Dec 1999)
1731 Provost, Pierre, Hangs Self, (Western Sun, 2 Nov 1878)
1849 Purcell, Andy, (1874)
1850 Purcell, Royal E., purchased Western Sun, (Oct. 28, 1876)
1844 Rail Road petition, right of way through town, Levee and Eleventh, (1868)
1844 Rail Road, Indianapolis to Vincennes, (1868)
1836 Rail Road, Locomotive and Machine Shop, 30 or 40 buildings in Vincennes, (1857)
1843 Rail Road, Vincennes and Cairo, (1867)
1844 Rail Road, Vincennes and St. Franciville, (1868)
1853 Railroad from Vincennes to Petersburg talked about (1879)
1861 Railway, Vincennes City extended to Fairground, (1891)
1841 Ranbarger, Miles, Grist Mill, Russelville Ill., (1864)
1831 Rathbone, Solomon, Tavern corner of Market and Water street (1828)
1028 Red House
3130 Red Mill, Open Air Vaudeville Theater on Main
3120 Red Plans To Wed, (Vin Sun Com, 4 Oct 1973)
3104 Red Shows Wife his Home Town. (Vin Sun Com, 28 June 1970)
3100-3155 Red Skelton
3115 Red Skelton Takes Up Painting, (The Indianapolis Star, 1 July 1973)
3148 Red Skelton, Good Night and God Bless Red, (Vin Sun Com, 18 Sep 1997)
3121 Red Skelton, Laswell, James S., Teacher, (The Valley Advance, 18, March 1969)
3116 Red Skelton, My Favorite Jokes,
3114 Red Skelton, The Pledge Of Allegiance, From The Red Skelton Hour, January 14, 1969
3117 Red Skelton, Vincennes Teachers Pledge, (Vin Sun Com, 28 June 1970)
3102 Red Skelton: He's Still a Funny Man, (Grit, 1 Jan 1978)
3118 Red Skelton's 58th Birthday, by Ross Garrigus
3124 Red visits Vincennes
3119 Red's Pledge Stirs Nations Faith, (St Louis Globe Democrat)
1834 Reel, Aaron, Harrison township public sale (1841)
1849 Reel, David, Biography, (1874)
1847 Reel, David, Lovelydale, (1873)
1842 Reel, Samuel, 7th St., across from past office, (1864)
1847 Reel, Samuel, sold land and removed to Washington Territory, (1873)
1826 Reilly, Owen, open new store in Vincennes, (1814)
1844 Reimers, H, (1868)
5800-5804 Rex Early
1838 Richland, New Knox Co. Post Office, Seven miles east of Vincennes, (1860)
1831 Riggs, Benson, Opening Union Hall at Carlisle, (1827)
1846 River Duchee improvements, (1871)
1840 Roanoke, Iron Clad mystery ship at Vincennes, (April 11, 1862)
1835 Robinson, B F, Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Manufactory, (1844)
1847 Robinson, W B, Harrison Twp. political rally, (1874)
4095 Rockwell Polar Flight
1861 Rollins, Eugenia, graduate Vincennes Colored School first commencement, (1891)
1836 Roseman and Stewart, Second and Main adjoining Joseph's, (1857)
1868 Ross, Anna Pollack, sister of Mrs. James Lewis of Dawson City, Yukon Territory (1899)
805 Ruble, Henry
1866 Ruby, Charles, sold his general store at Edwrdsport, (1897)
3015 Rural Peddler's Book Inspired Judge Shake, (The Valley Advance, 24 July 1973)
1849 Rusch, Joseph, Biography, (1874)
1844 Russellville letter, (1869)
1860 Sach's Stable, 211 Busseron, (1889)
1865 Saiter Buggy Co., Hickman and Fairground, (1895)
1853 Salter, C. W., Oaktown sold his store to George W. Bond (1879)
6401 Schalier, Carl, Memoirs, "Fifty-Five Years In And Out of The Bank" (75 page booklet)
6800-6875 Schalier, Carl L., Memoirs
6585 Schmidtknecht, Greg, La Crosse, Wis. to Vincennes boat trip (Vin Sun Com, 31 Aug 1997)
7525 Schmidt's Grocery, 420 s 13th St., Vincennes Photo
1861 Schmit cigar manufacturing, Fairground and Hickman, destrowed by fire, (1890)
7469 Schmitt, Bernie, letter from George Klein written, but never mailed
1842 Scott, J M, Photograph, (1865)
1454 Scott, Samuel Thorton, (Somes, pp 117)
1825 Scull and Beckes Duel (1813)
1856 Searight, W. B., kills himself as a result of loosing the Mayoral election, (1883)
1835 Seawell, William, Dry Goods Store on Market St., (1844)
1856 Sechler, J F, Machinist, 5th and Hickman St, (1882)
1851 Seller, Emma, appointed teacher, Palmyra Twp. # 5, (1877)
1413 Seminary Building, Forth to Sixth, Perry to Hart, 1807
7511 Serviceman Readjustment Act of 1944, by Rabb Emison, (Vin Sun Com, 23 Jan 2000)
3020 Shake rallied cause to save doomed VU, (The Valley Advance, 31 July 1973)
1826 Shaker Settlement land for sale, (1815)
1831 Shakers removed from state of Indiana, advertised for sale, (Western Sun, March 1827)
1854 Shaw, Miss Dora, actress, spent early childhood in Vincenes (1882)
1849 Shields, Joseph, Biography, (1874)
1846 Silver Band, list of members named, (1870)
4110 Silver Wings
1849 Simeon, Coonrod, Biography, (1874)
1844 Simpson Wagon Manufactory at Bruceville, (1869)
1846 Simpson Wagon Manufactory at Bruceville, to make wagon for General Grant, (1870)
1837 Simpson, Ten Brook, selling fruit and ornamental trees, (1859)
5332 Sims, Elson G Obit (Vin Sun Com, 27 March 1994)
6582 Skelton, Red, (Vin Sun Com, 17 July 1997)
2111 Slaughter, Robert hung for murder of Jos. Harbin 1805
851 Small Creek Lake Dam site approved, (2 April 1976)
852 Small, Creek Lake Proposed, (Vin Sun Com, 26 Jan !979)
834 Small, John, house used for first Territorial Court
1025 Small, John, Tavern, lot # 21 & 22, on First between Main & Vigo, (1788)
1861 Smith, Miss Bessie, Womens Suffrage Society essay contest, (1891)
1842 Smith, Nick, new block of business houses on Main, (1864)
1860 Snyder, John R, Monroe City, building a fine addition to his home, (1889)
1849 Souligney, Louis, Biography, (1874)
303 Southern Indiana, A Guide to Southern Indiana, (booklet)
2919 Space Center, Houston (AP), (Vin Sun Com, 24 July 1975)
2400-2920 Space Exploration
2909 Space Shuttle, (8 pp, booklet)
1865 Spaldingville postoffice, four miles away from Monroe City, (1895)
6671 Spangle, Brian, Record of the Past (Vin Sun Com, 2 Nov 1997)
1836 Spaulding and Rodgers Circus bought farm for winter quarters, (1857)
1849 Spelling Bee team members, (1875)
1832 Squirrel hunt, 8,864 scalps Johnson township, (Sept. 27, 1834)
1861 Stewart, Effie, graduate Vincennes Colored School first commencement, (1891)
1308 St Ange, Deed of 1751 Mentioning Location of Old French Fort
1413 St. Gabriel's College, Forth to Sixth, Perry to Hart, 1844
1837 St. Rose Church, eight miles below Vincennes Flooded, (1858)
1413 St. Rose Seminary, Forth and Hart, 1883
1849 Startel and Scheefer, Carpenter Shop, Second and Buntin, (1874)
1861 Steamboat Jennie Ray, moonlight excursion to up river to Belgrade, (1891)
1829 Steamboat Plough Boy, second boat up river this spring, (1824)
1832 Steamboat Victor up White River as far as Spencer in Owen County (1829)
1832 Steamboats Monongahela, Virginian, Highlander, and Talisman at Vincennes wharf
1858 Steamboats Rosedale and Ida Lee and Crown Point operating on Wabash, (1886)
1833 Steamboats Science and Conveyance at Vincennes wharf (Jan 26 1835)
1834 Steamboats Sylph, Vigilant, General Marion, Minstrel, Juniata, and Spartan (1843)
1847 Steamer B H Hunt at Vincennes Wharf (1872)
1861 Stewart, George, graduate Vincennes Colored School first commencement, (1891)
2105 Stone Landing, Hart St. river front
1838 Stout, Elihu, buried, (June 24, 1860)
1838 Stout, Elihu, died, a tribute, (June 30, 1860)
1835 Stout, Elihu, sold Western Sun to John Rice Jones, (1845)
3041 Strange Story of Knox Hermit, (The Valley Advance, 22 June 1971)
1856 Street names of old Vincennes listed (1883)
1849 Street Railway permission to build granted, (1875)
1900-1947 Streets of Vincennes
1870 Summer, Ill. Fire, (1902)
7534 Summers, John Joseph, Obit., (Vin Sun Com, 16 Jan 2001)
1833 Sumner, Benjamin, advertised farm for sale 7 miles west of Lawrenceville (1835)
1800-1874 Sun- Commercial, August 1, 1954
458 Surveys on Knox Co. Maps, from a George Klein paper, (1978, 13 pages)
1849 Sutt, Andrew, Biography, (1874)
6310 Symmes description of Vincennes, 22 June 1790
1868 Taaffe, Matt, bought the Third street butcher shop of Charles Edmonds, (1899)
1833 Talcott, Enoch B. opened law office on Market and Second (1840)
1852 Teachers licenses issued, (1878)
1859 Teitelbaum, Samuel, Vincennes to Garden City, Kans., (1887)
1853 Telephone exchange for Vincennes predicted (1880)
6562 Territorial Maps, (Vin Sun Com, 2 July 1950)
5601 The Changing Face of Vincennes, (20 page supplement to Vin Sun Com, 29 Jan 1995)
4900-4996 The Day The Sun Rose Twice, by Ferenc Morrton Szasz
4901 The Day The Sun Rose Twice, by Ferenc Morrton Szasz, (208 page book)
5212 The Old French Poste Vincennes Map, from Somes History of Vincennes
337 The Old Northwest Territory Stamps
6579 The Traveling Vietnam War Memorial in Vincennes, 28 May 1977, (29 Knox Co. KIA Bio)
474 The Vincennes Donation Land (75 page, booklet by Leonard, Lux)
2000-2026 The Vincennes Story, R. L. Lagemann
6752 Thomas, Samuel Robert, Funeral Program, 1 Oct 1996
1824 Thomson, John F, lost Colt (1810)
1823 Thorn Saddle Shop, nearly opposite John D. Hay's Tavern (1808)
801 Thorn, Samuel, Court Depositions
1849 Thuis, Henry F., Oyster Saloon, (1876)
4006 Tin Goose
1866 Tindolph Hall, Second and Busseron, Vincennes,
1870 Tindolph, Perry, building frame dwelling at Sixrh and Perry, (1903)
1853 Tivoli Garden, a fine place of amusement and recreation (1881)
1849 Township Assessors list, (1875)
1858 Township elected officials listed, (1886)
5788 Toyota is coming, (Vin Sun Com, 1 Dec 1995)
7177 Toyota Prius, (Indianapolis Star, 23 May 1999)
7056 Toyota Tundra, (Vin Sun Com, 11 Dec 1998)
6572 Toyota, (Indianapolis Star, 22 June 1997)
6733 Toyota, (Vin Sun Com, 28 June 1998, Currents
1840 Train Crash, 12 solders killed, Bridgeport Illinois, (Sep. 1862)
4101 Tri- Motor Flights
5718 Tromley, Ray, (Vin Sun Com, Neighbors, 20 Aug 1995)
1936 Turkey Foot Road (The Valley Advance, 25 Nov. 1980)
1870 Turner, George, building new house on East Broadway, (1903)
1861 Turrell, Miss Ruth, Womens Suffrage Society essay contest, (1891)
6508 U S S Vincennes, (Vin Sun Com, 16 Dec 1984)
100-140 U. S. Documents
5729 U. S. S. Vincennes Walrus Tusk Scrimshawed etching
1861 Ulmer Butcher Shop, Fairground and Hickman, destrowed by fire, (1890)
7451 Underground Rail Road, (The Indianapolis Star, 6 Feb 2000
2123 Union Depot
1847 Union Depot Hotel built by Watson and Mass, Main and Water, (1872)
1869 Union Depot Zoological Garden, large bald eagle injures Ross Wood, (1901)
1844 Union Depot, Main and Water, (1869)
1431 Union Hotel, "The Old Union Depot Hotel"
502 United States Statutes at Large
608 Upper Prairie original French owners
605 Upper Prairie Survey Map
7503 V U Timeline, (Vin Sun Com, 18 Aug 2000)
7502 V U, Knox Co. Library Genealogy Collections, (Vin Sun Com, 18 Aug 2000)
1730 Vacelet, John D, Family Murdered, (Western Sun, 25 Oct 1878)
1856 Valentine, Nebraska, 80 farmers move to, from Sullivan Co., Indana, (1884)
1847 Van Kirk, David, Lovelydale, (1873)
1847 Van Kirk, John, Lovelydale, (1873)
1861 VanCleave, Samuel, graduate Vincennes Colored School first commencement, (1891)
1847 Vanderhoff, Decker Station, (1873)
1860 VanVleet, Nelson, Pond Creek purchased Wilcher farm 3 miles S/E Monroe City, (1889)
6767 Vern Store (Vin Sun Com, 26 July 1998, Currents)
1861 Vickery Building, Fairground and Hickman, destroyed by fire, (1890)
1854 Vickery, John, Housekeepers Emporium (1882)
1853 Vieke, Gottlieb added to Vincennes Police force (1879)
5301 Vikings and Runestones by Gloria Farley
1500-1659 Vincennes
1700-1765 Vincennes
2105 Vincennes 1807 boundaries, Church land to Hart, Wabash to 11th St.
1429 Vincennes Borough Boundaries, 1807
1831 Vincennes Borough Elections (1829)
1430 Vincennes Borough Harrison Addition added 1817
1429 Vincennes Borough Trustees last meeting 7 Feb 1856
1429 Vincennes Borough Trustees, 1807
2107 Vincennes boundaries before 1800, Barnett to Broadway, to a short distance from Wabash
2215 Vincennes Business Man Suggests Name, (Vin Sun Com, 26 Jan 1971)
1850 Vincennes Businessmen Pictured, (1876)
4757 Vincennes cited as earliest health center, (The Valley Advance, 7 Dec 1971)
7146 Vincennes City Acquiring Old Post Office, (Vin Sun Com, 25 May 1999)
1446 Vincennes City Flag
1858 Vincennes City Hall, Fourth and Main, corner stone laid, (1886)
1429 Vincennes City incorporated 3 Jan 1856
1868 Vincennes City School teachers named, (1900)
1856 Vincennes City, elected officials listed, (1883)
1861 Vincennes Colored School first commencement, (1891)
1861 Vincennes Colored School teachers listed, (1890)
1851 Vincennes Commercial, Republican Paper started, (March 23, 1878)
7026 Vincennes Common Council Ordinance
1835 Vincennes Courant and Patriot merged in 1853
1835 Vincennes Courant and Patriot sold to George E. Green in 1856
1835 Vincennes Courant published by M A McClaugherty in 1853
1845 Vincennes Court House and City Hall talked about, (1869)
1844 Vincennes Draw Bridge, One half destroyed in wind storm, (April 1869)
702 Vincennes Economic Lifeline, (The Valley Advance, 6/13/72)
7431 Vincennes Fire Fighters Memorial, (Vin Sun Com, 19 Dec 1999)
7190 Vincennes Fire Fighters Receive Award, (Vin Sun Com, 1 Sep1999)
1842 Vincennes Foundry, Broadway and 3rd, (1864)
1861 Vincennes Frenchtown School teachers listed, (1890)
7541 Vincennes G S H Rehab. Center, (Vin Sun Com, 9 Feb 2001)
1846 Vincennes Graded School, list of teachers, (1869)
1853 Vincennes High School graduates listed (1880)
1849 Vincennes High School, Washingtons Birthday, (1875)
2100-2126 Vincennes Historical and Antiquarian Society
3900-3999 Vincennes Historical and Antiquarian Society Calendars
1853 Vincennes improvements 1880, Bayard Block, Jones's Elevator, Bierhaus' Pork House,
7087 Vincennes Is Ticketing Trains, (Indianapolis Star, 14 Feb 1999)
2111 Vincennes Jail, old block casement part of Ft. Sackville
6228 Vincennes Lincoln Class of 1932, (Vin Sun Com, 9 June 1996)
7599 Vincennes Lincoln Class of 1935, (1999 Photo with Names)
1867 Vincennes local events of 1898 listed in end of year newspaper, (1898)
2120 Vincennes Lot #19, notes of Abstracts, 26 N 1st, corner of 1st & Busseron
1939 Vincennes Map, Jere Hershey 1872, (Vin Post, 9 Aug 1933)
1844 Vincennes National Bank elects directors, (1868)
1862 Vincennes National Bank, hope of saving, (1893)
1861 Vincennes North School teachers listed, (1890)
1868 Vincennes North School, list of those neither absent nor tardy, (1899)
1863 Vincennes North Second St. Fire Station, No. 3, Old picture of,
1729 Vincennes of Yesteryear by Edward J. Julian, (Vin Sun Com, 18 May 1947)
1835 Vincennes Patriot published by Mayes, James J, in 1853
1870 Vincennes paved streets, Main, Second and Seventh, (1903)
1864 Vincennes Police Department Picture, at turn of century,
7028 Vincennes Public Library, (Vin Sun Com, 18 April 1999, Currents)
1867 Vincennes record of fires in 1897, (1898)
7538 Vincennes Riverfront Walkway, (Vin Sun Com, 14 Jan 2001)
1861 Vincennes Rose Academy fourth annual commencements graduates listed, (1890)
2109 Vincennes Saloon-Keeper Inspires 'Alice', (Vin Sun Com, 28 Jan 1979)
7224 Vincennes School Bus Accident Probe, (Vin Sun Com, 28 Oct 1999)
7219 Vincennes School Bus Accident the Day After, (Vin Sun Com, 27 Oct 1999)
7214 Vincennes School Bus Accident, (Vin Sun Com, 26 Oct 1999)
7121 Vincennes Security Bank, (Vin Sun Com, 2 May 1999)
1835 Vincennes Sentinel, published by John Rice Jones about 1848,
1861 Vincennes Seventh St. School teachers listed, (1890)
7527 Vincennes Sigma Pi Clock, (Vin Sun Com, 7 Sep 2000)
7596 Vincennes St. James Church of Christ, (Vin Sun Com, 22 Feb 2002)
7567 Vincennes State Historic Sites, by Richard Day, (Vin Sun Com, 28 June 2001)
1854 Vincennes Steam Mill Company organized 1818
1940 Vincennes Streets in City Often Have Changed Names, (Vin Sun Com, 25 June 1937)
1929 Vincennes Streets, Crook at Hart Street Memento of Early Days, (Vin. Post, 3 Aug 1936)
1932 Vincennes Streets, First Street Was Called Lost Bridge, (Vin Sun, 15 March 1924)
1927 Vincennes Streets, How they derived names, (Vin Sun Com, 2 Feb 1926)
1930 Vincennes Streets, Names of First Street, (Vin Sun Com, 9 Aug 67)
1934 Vincennes Streets, Street Quiz, (Vin Sun Com, 3 Aug 1956)
7478 Vincennes Sun Commercial sold by Pulliam to Gannett, (Vin Sun Com, 29 June 2000)
7196 Vincennes Sun Commercial, Wrong Date on Paper, 22 Sep 1999
1801 Vincennes Sun-Commercial, Special Edition for 150 Anniversary of Paper
1842 Vincennes Times started by R Y Caddington, (Western Sun, Dec. 16, 1865)
1401 Vincennes town boundaries 1850 (Cauthorn pp30)
7517 Vincennes University Building 1801-2000
1869 Vincennes University History, by Dr. Hubbard M. Smith, (Dec. 8, 10, 11, 1900)
1847 Vincennes University honor roll, (Feb. 1874)
1870 Vincennes University summer graduates listed, (1902)
1851 Vincennes University, contracts new building, Fifth and Busseron, (1878)
501 Vincennes UniversityTownship
1858 Vincennes Water Tower completed (Dec. 11, 1886)
1481 Vincennes Way Back When, (Vin Sun Com, 11 Nov. i935)
1871 Vincennes Western Sun files, 1807 to 1845, sold to the State, (14 March 1903)
1850 Vincennes Western Sun staff listed, (1876)
1847 Vincennes Western Sun subscribers list (1872)
1871 Vincennes Western Sun, 24 page Centennial Edition, (4 July 1904)
1803 Vincennes Western Sun, 70 page 100 year chronology
7176 Vincennes Y M C A History, (1 pp Pamphlet)
1272 Vincennes, "A Ground Plan of the Garrison of Post Vincennes1788", McHenry Papers,
1273 Vincennes, "A Plan for the Borough of Vincennes, 1816" by Robert Buntin
1378 Vincennes, "Site of Old Fort", (The Vincennes Times, 19 Feb 1876)
1610 Vincennes, "Views of Vincennes 1916", (43 page Booklet of photographs)
3815 Vincennes, Civil War Memorial, 1914
1870 Vincennes, Clark Gibault Hospital fund growing, (1903)
1870 Vincennes, Eberwine site at Fifth and Busseron chosen for Federal Building, (1902)
3806 Vincennes, Ellis Mansion, built 1830, now Harmony Society
1867 Vincennes, Fifth and Main, turn of century photograph,
1856 Vincennes, first street car track ground broken, (1883)
3813 Vincennes, George Rodgers Clark Memorial on historic site of Ft. Sackville.
3812 Vincennes, George Rodgers Clark Statue.
3810 Vincennes, Harrison Mansion, erected 1803-04, at Grouseland.
3807 Vincennes, Indiana Territorial Hall, Market St. 1800-1813, today at Grouseland,
3811 Vincennes, Knox Co. Courthouse, 1873.
3804 Vincennes, Legendary Home of Alice of Old Vincennes
3805 Vincennes, Masonic Lodge Home, 5th & Broadway
3803 Vincennes, New City Hall, 1887 to 1950, 4th Main to Busseron
1870 Vincennes, new glass factory to locate Forth and Fifth facing Willow, (1903)
3809 Vincennes, Niblack Home, 4th & Buntin, Early Court House, now American Legion
1870 Vincennes, North End wanted a bridge at Vincennes Distillery Ferry, (1902)
3802 Vincennes, Old City Hall and Market House, 1837 to 1887, 4th Main to Busseron
3801 Vincennes, Old State Bank, 1836, North Second St.,
3814 Vincennes, Old Vincennes University Building, 5th & Busseron, razed in 1954.
1274 Vincennes, Plat of Land In 1804 Indenture between Harrison and Wallace
1867 Vincennes, records of the year 1897 events, (1898)
3816 Vincennes, St Rose Academy, fist Vincennes University 1807
3028 Vincennes, The Old Post on the Wabash, by Curtis G. Shake, (10 pp pamphlet)
3808 Vincennes, Western Sun Office
3685 V-Mail WW II
1861 Voorhees, D W, Senator, spoke in Vincennes, (1890)
5908 Wabash Cannon Ball Bridge, (Vin Sun Com, 27 March 1995)
5907 Wabash Cannon Ball Bridge, (Vin Sun Com, 6 June 1995)
1856 Wabash Flooding, (Western Sun, Feb. 20, 1883)
1849 Wabash Medical Society Meeting, list of members, (1875)
713 Wabash Pearl, (Indianapolis Star Magazine, 6/24/1979)
714 Wabash Pearl, (Vin Western Sun, 25 May 1905)
700-759 Wabash River
1842 Wabash River Bridge planning committee, (1865)
1841 Wabash River Canal Boats driven by screw propeller common, (1863)
717 Wabash River Cannonball Bridge, (Vin Sun Com, 10 Feb 1993))
1835 Wabash River Movement, (1844)
6377 Wabash River, (Vin Sun Com, Currents, 6 Oct 1996)
1842 Wabash Toll Bridge Company, (Dec.1865)
1844 Wabash Toll Bridge opened, (1868)
1845 Wabash Valley Foundry, Water Street, (1872)
3045 Waler Sigritz, (The Valley Advance, 3 Jan 1978)
1836 Wallace, Alf, Widner Township hail storm, (1857)
3700-3737 Walt Disney World
1847 Walter, T., blacksmith, Second and Harrison, (1872)
1871 Wampler, Aunt Polly, Bruceville celebrated her 95th birthday, (1904)
1858 Wampler, Thomas J, Montana Territory, visited friends in Vincennes, (1886)
1833 Ward and Woodward, General Merchants at Market and Water St. (1840)
1827 Washington, Indiana lots for sale, (1817)
1843 Water Street Businesses, (1866)
1858 Water Works Plant ground broken, (1886)
1854 Watjen, Herman J., Drug Store (1882)
1843 Watson and Smith Grocery, Second and Broadway, (1866)
1851 Watson, Edward, new brick home corner of Seventh and Shelby, (1878)
1842 Watson, Frank, American Hotel, (1864)
1833 Watson, L L, open "The Finish" a fashionable bar (1840)
1840 Watson, L L, paymaster for the Ohio and Mississippi, (1863)
1844 Weisert Store, windstorm blew top off, (April 1869)
1837 Weisert, C A, Water Street, largest store in Town, (1859)
1836 Weisert, C A, Wholesale Grocer, Water St. (1856)
5909 Welsh, Matthew dies, (30 May 1995)
5913 Welsh, Matthew, (Vin Sun Com, 2 June 1995)
5909 Welsh, Matthew, Bio. By Deanna Rattis, (30 May 1995)
5915 Welsh, Matthew, Editorial (Vin Sun Com, 4 June 1995)
5909 Welsh, Matthew, obit, (30 May 1995)
1856 Wells, Mrs. Susanna, reopened her Shelby House, 8th and Shelby St. (1884)
1861 Welton, Albert, Palmyra Twp. Removed to Swartzel Farm at Summer, Ill., (1891)
1856 West Sarasota Springs, 9 miles S/W of Petersburg a popular resort, (1883)
1846 Western Sun office moved to Tindolph Hall, 2nd and Busseron, (Jan 1871)
1841 Western Sun office raided, (1864)
1846 Western Sun Publisher George E Green dies, (Oct. 17,1870)
1846 Western Sun sold to Gen. Reuben C Kise of Lebanon, (Dec 10, 1970)
1846 Western Sun subscriber list, (1870)
1832 Whittlesey, I N, Carlisle, advertised Ox Mill and Distillery for sale (1834)
1849 Wilcox, Cobra Ann, Biography, (1874)
1832 William Tell river boat at the Vincennes wharf (1829)
1453 Williams Indiana State Directory, 1879 Shoppers Guide, (Vin Sun Com, 2 Sep 1976)
2124 Williams' Indiana State Directory, by Addie McElfresh, (Vin Sun Com, 9 Sep 1976)
1841 Williams, Irvin, Grocery, Main between 2nd and 3rd, (1864)
1847 Williams, James D, Harrison Twp. political rally, (1874)
1850 Williams, James D., Blue Jeans Club, (1876)
1850 Williams, James D., Elected Govenor, (1876)
1849 Willis Brothers, Bruceville, (1874)
1713 Windmills, Gimbels, Early Banking in Vincennes, (1985, 23 pp booklet)
1844 Wineman, Henry, Clothing House, Second and Main, (1868)
1844 Wise Corner, Main and Water, (1869)
1830 Wise, John, Saddle Shop fire on Water St., (1825)
1847 Wise, Samuel Mrs., Fourth and Buntin, (1873)
5534 Wooden Indian Has Unique Past, Main St. Cigar Store, (Vin Sun Com, 25 FEB 34)
1858 Worley, Frank, new hack was "a daisy" (1885)
1866 Y M C A an effort to reestablish in Vincennnes, (1897)
1850 Y M C A Hall, Tindolph's Building, Second and Busseron, (1876)
3000 Yesterday's Tragedy, (Tombstone Corral, 27 Oct 1881)
1850 Young Men's Christian Association launched, (1876)

Klein Map Collection
Map 3-Klein Marray, Doctor, Building, 118 2nd St.
Map 4-Klein Vincennes, Bunker Hill Map
Map 5-Klein Vincennes City Plan Commissioners Map (1958)
Poster 6-Klein U. S. Seal
Map 7-Klein Vincennes Surveys, Donations and City Lots (3'x7', 1958)
Map 8-Klein Vincennes, Fritchton Geological Survey Map (27"x30", 1958)
Map 10-Klein Knox County Plat Map (36"x36", 1942)
Map 11-Klein Indian Tribes of Indiana (32"x40")
Map 12-Klein Vincennes Common Lots A B & C (27"x34")
Map 13-Klein Knox County Plat Map (36" x36", 1942)
Map 15-Klein Vincennes Common Lots A B & C (27"x34")
Map 16-Klein Knox County Outline Map (36"x36", Spiker 1897, traced by Core 1956)
Map 17-Klein Lawrence County Highway Map 36"x36", 1960)
Map 18-Klein Vincennes Indiana Hershey and Dennis Survey (44"x40", 1872, addition 1912)
Poster 20-Klein U. S. Territories, How U. S. gained Territories
Map 21-Klein Vincennes Baird Map (1792)
Map 22-Klein Vincennes Map, James & Associates, with street names (34" x 17")
Map 23-Klein Vincennes Baird Map, (photo copy of 1792 map)
Map 24-Klein Vincennes Baird Map, (photo copy of 1792 map)
Map 26-Klein Knox County Road Map (20" x 20". 1968)
Map 27-Klein Vincennes Map, Old Post Association, Historic Sites, (11" x 16", 1931)
Map 28-Klein Vincennes Map, Old Post Association, Historic Sites, (11" x 16", 1931)
Map 30-Klein Knox County, Congressional Township T2N R10W, by Robert Buntin, (14" x 18")
Map 31-Klein Knox County, Congressional Township T3N R10W, by Robert Buntin, (14" x 18")
Map 33-Klein Vincennes Common Lots (14" x 14")
Map 34-Klein Vincennes Aerial Photo (11" x 14", 1958)
Map 35-Klein Vincennes Baird Map (photo copy, 8" x 11", 1792)
Map 36-Klein Vincennes Aerial Photo (11" x 14", 1958)