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*A Founder of The Working Girls
Association in 1907, which became The
YWCA of Evansville in 1911*
*Early twentieth century advocate of
housing and social reforms on local, state
and national levels*
*Crusader for welfare of women and
Holy Trinity Parish was established in 1849 to serve a German-American population.
One hundred years later in 1949 its status was changed from a German "national" church to a territorial parish.
It is the oldest continuously-worshippin…
(Currently no transcription - work on the memorial and its surroundings are in progress as of spring, 2018)
Veterans Honor Degree of the American Legion
"BLACKJACK II" Locomotive / BOXCAR represents the Heritage of 40 ET8.
Origin is from WWI - France.
Organized in 1920 by Legionaires as the Fun-Honor Society.
BOXCARS (Voitures) transported U.S. Do…
Frank H. Ono PFC US Army WWII-442 Infantry Regiment Combat Team. Congressional Medal of Honor for his heroic action against the enemy on hill 140 in Italy, July 4, 1944-Distinguished Service Cross-Purple Heart.
In this house on October 6, 1908, was born Jane Alice Peters. Daughter of Frederick C. and Elizabeth Knight Peters, she took the professional name of Carole Lombard and became one of the most important figures in the motion picture industry.
in honor of the men
who served their country
Civil, Spanish-American, and
Great World War.
Dedicated to all who
served this great nation
American Revolution (1774- 1783)
War of 1812 (1812- 1814)
Wanted by the FBI
On August 16, 1935, FBI Special Agents Nelson B. Klein and Donald C. McGovern spotted car thief George W. Barrett here. Barrett, a convicted criminal, ran a scam stealing cars, altering them, then selling them. He transported ca…
Side AIn 1916, Henry Dills, Carl Heinzerling,and George Schulthess established the company, which became one of the country's leading manufacturers of artificial fishing lures. Crafted by a largely female workforce, the high quality lures featured…
Indiana artist and teacher; member of the Hoosier Group; influential in Indiana and the World of Art. Studio and residence located at 15 South Emerson (on diagonal corner) from 1906-1935.