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1952 Tennessee Pioneers - Carlos "Red" Garrett along with his band members Al Swain, Beverly Hopkins (who later was married to Red) and Buddy Marcum (also known as Bud and Buddie; last name was also known as Marcrum; his true name was Garland or Gerlan Henderson Markham); this image is a from a flyer from Sep 1950 or 1951 advertising the group and other entertainment from Judi Lee and Harold Lloyd at the Vincennes-Lawrenceville Drive-In; thanks to Joann Wasson (jw6902@aol.com) for contributing

1933 Hayloft - a group of musicians that played at the theatre in Vincennes every Saturday night; thanks to Joann Wasson (jw6902@aol.com) for contributing

Officers' Club - Staff Sergeant Hershel W. Cox, 2d Bombardment Group, is the bass player in the picture. Do you know anyone else? Amendola Air Base, Italy, 1944; thanks to Ray Chanley for submitting

Faded Coats of Blue - an article about surviving family members of Civil War Veterans in Knox County from the Valley Advance newspaper in 1969

Aliceville School - a little building that once was the school for the children of Aliceville (now Ragsdale)

Wheatland Hospital in Wheatland (year unknown)

Trolley in Vincennes at 2nd St and Main St in the late 1920s or 1930s, with the old city bank in the background; trolleys were a major transportation method in Vincennes; trolleys were discontinued in the early 1960s

Prestolite battery factory was set between North 2nd and 6th Streets in Vincennes

Lenahan & Konen ran a very prosperous sand and gravel business in Vincennes and were involved in the construction of the George Rogers Clark Memorial

Rocketts Hotel and Restaurant in Oaktown

Trolley car with several unknown people in the foreground

Hack & Simon Brewery was located in Vincennes on Indianapolis Avenue between North 3rd and North 4th Streets

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