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Conner Prairie Farm photographs

 Collection — Folder: SP063
Identifier: SP063
Scope and Contents This collection includes 6 photographs from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana circa 1964 depicting images of Conner Prairie Farm in Fishers, Indiana, including William Conner's log cabin and trading post, house built in 1823, and individuals associated with the farm or college at the site: Opal Thornburg (Earlham College), Steve Anshutz (Earlham College), and Tillman Bubenzer (farm manager).

Lloyd A. Whitehead essay

 Collection — Folder: S1396
Identifier: S1396
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photocopy of Lloyd A. Whitehead's typewritten essay "The Mastodon Who Went to College" (circa 1970). The essay discusses the chain of events that led to the discovery of an incomplete mastodon skeleton on the Bookout Farm in Randolph County, Indiana and how it was combined with other remains found previously at New Paris, Ohio and mounted together at Earlham College (Richmond, Indiana) in 1895. The mounted skeleton became known as the "Randolph Mastodon".

Lydia G. Stanton composition book

 Collection — Folder: S1236
Identifier: S1236
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a composition book from Lydia G. Stanton at Earlham College in Richmond Indiana ranging from 1862 to 1863 containing writings and literary essays.

William Haughton collection

 Collection — Folder: S610
Identifier: S0610
Scope and Contents This collection is a three-page biography of William Haughton written by his daughter, Lucy Haughton White, ranging from 1803 to 1878 regarding his early life and his career as an educator.