Category Archives: 1930s

#ThrowbackThursday: New Harmony Toll Bridge

*Post written by James Wethington, library assistant of the University Archives and Special Collections. If you travel throughout Evansville and the Tri-State, there were numerous bridges to use to cross various creeks and rivers such as Pigeon Creek and the … Continue reading

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A New Window Into America’s Past

On April 2, the National Archives and Records Administration¬†of the United States released for the first time the 1940 census.¬† This is the most recent of the decennial censuses to be made available to libraries, researchers, genealogists and the general … Continue reading

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