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Wabash River

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Ohio, Wabash, and White Rivers flood collection

 Collection — Folder S1538
Identifier: S1538
Scope and Contents No author is given for this 28-page, typed manuscript. The narrative accompanied aerial photos showing the floods in Jeffersonville, New Albany, Madison, Lawrenceburg, and other places. Pages 1-8 gives a general report of the 1937 floor. Pages 9-22 tells of the trip by Governor Townsend and his party. Pages 23-28 continues the narrative decribing aerial views. The narrative tells of the work by WPA men. The Niblack levee north of Vincennes on the Wabash River was saved by "heroic efforts." ...
Dates: 1937

"Wabasch Lied" poem

 Collection — Folder S2448
Identifier: S2448
Scope and Contents This collection contains two photostat copies of "Wabasch Lied" or "Wabash Song," a poem written in German by members of the Harmony Society after moving to Indiana in 1814. "E. D. Ogden and Co. of Baton Rouge, Louisiana " and the date December 18, 1942 are stamped on the reverse side of one copy. It is not known it the photostats were made from an original copy of the poem.
Dates: circa 1814, 1942

Wabash Carnegie Public Library oral history transcripts

Identifier: OH033
Scope and Contents This collection contains oral history transcripts of interviews with 45 individuals, conducted by George Dingledy for the Wabash Carnegie Public Library Oral History Project ranging from 1971 to 1986, regarding their lives and the history of Wabash, Indiana and the surrounding area.
Dates: 1971-1986

Wabash River, Mt. Carmel, Illinois flooding aerial photographs

 Collection — Folder SP097
Identifier: SP097
Scope and Contents This collection includes black-and-white photographs from Doane Studio of Mt. Vernon, Indiana, which depict rural areas near Mt. Carmel, most likely in Illinois, on June 16, 1958, before, and on June 22, 1958, after the Wabash River flooded the area.
Dates: 1958 June

Warren County landscape drawings

 Collection — Folder S0315
Identifier: S0315
Scope and Contents This collection includes three charcoal drawings from an unknown artist in Warren County, Indiana in 1848, with subjects including a scene of the Wabash River with a small human figure on a raft as viewed from the riverbank, and two different waterfalls, Williamsport Falls and an unidentified waterfall, in Warren County.
Dates: 1848

William Momberger and V. Balch lithographs

 Collection — Folder OB119
Identifier: OB119
Scope and Contents This collection contains four colored lithographs by William Momberger and V. Balch from 1869. They are entitled as follows: "St. Mary, St. Joseph, and Maumee Rivers", "Wabash River, Near Vincennes, Ind.", and "Evansville, on the Ohio".
Dates: 1869