Wyandotte Cave (Ind.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S0328
Scope and Contents There are five documents relating to Wyandotte Cave. The first document is a 41-page handwritten manuscript by Harrison Washington Rothrock (1840-1925), who described his work as a guide at the cave in Crawford County, Indiana. He told about four military students touring the cave in April 1878 and finding a new room. The document was written about 1913, although the date December 28, 1915 is on page 40.Charles J. Rothrock wrote two handwritten letters to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L....
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes glass lantern slides from the Indiana Historical Commission in Indiana anging from circa 1916 regarding landscapes and nature scenes including state parks, caves, and lakes.
Dates: circa 1916
Collection — Box P055
Scope and Contents The majority of the photographs in this collection relate to John Mann Walker and his wife, Nora Severinghaus Walker. The pictures are mostly of people, but there are also photos of houses and churches and the collection spans from 1892 to 1955. The bulk of the photographs are arranged chronologically within two envelopes, with undated items stored at the end. The collection also contains four oversized photographs.Envelope 1:1. John M. Walker, New Albany High School...