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DAVID LEE DYE of GOODLAND, INDIANA

Updated August 7, 2013

DAVID LEE DYE
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Family Photos

  • PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH GOODLAND, INDIANA (185 KB)
    PICTURE OF GOODLAND, INDIANA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH EARLY IN 1900'S WHICH WAS LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF W. PRAIRIE AND S. NEWTON STREETS. CHURCH IS NOW GONE WITH JUST THE BELL AND MOMUMENT ON THE LOCATION.
  • SOLOMAN HUSBAND AND WIFE (26 KB)
    PICTURED IS JAMES ALFRED SOLOMAN 1852-1927 AND WIFE CLEMENTINE CHAMPLEY SOLOMAN 1851-1926. BOTH ARE BURIED IN THE GOODLAND, INDIANA CEMETERY.
  • WOMEN IN THE HEILMAN FAMILY AND JIM AND RUTH DYE (207 KB)
    UPPER LEFT-ANNA LUCRETIA "PETE" HEILMAN EDWARDS 1907-1996////UPPER RIGHT-FERN SEARFOSS HEILMAN 1918-?////LOWER LEFT-GLENNA AGNES HEILMAN COOPER 1905-1998////LOWER RIGHT JAMES H. DYE 1915-1999 AND RUTH A. HEILMAN DYE 1920-1997 TAKEN IN OCTOBER 1943.
  • SOLOMAN SISTER AND BROTHER (29 KB)
    PICTURED IS ELLEN M. SOLOMAN BOOTHBY 1874-1954 AND BROTHER WILLIAM ALFRED SOLOMAN 1888-1978. ELLEN IS BURIED WITH HUSBAND JOHN T. BOOTHBY 1873-1939 IN GOODLAND, INDIANA CEMETERY.
  • BEAVER METHODIST CHURCH--DONOVAN, ILLINOIS (41 KB)
    THIS IS THE BEAVER METHODIST CHURCH WHICH STOOD JUST SOUTH OF OUR HOME IN DONOVAN, ILLINOIS IN THE EARLY 1950'S. IT BURNED ON JUNE 12, 1964 AFTER WE MOVED BACK TO INDIANA IN 1957 AND WAS NEVER REBUILT. A MARKER WAS ERECTED TO MARK THE LOCATION WHERE IT STOOD.
  • SOLOMAN FATHER AND SON (42 KB)
    PICTURED IS WILLIAM ALFRED SOLOMAN 1888-1978 AND HIS SON ROBERT EUGENE SOLOMAN 1923-2006.
  • OLD DONOVAN GRADE SCHOOL (101 KB)
    THIS IS THE DONOVAN GRADE SCHOOL ( 1902-1966 ) IN DONOVAN, ILLINOIS WHERE I ATTENDED SCHOOL IN THE LATE 40'S AND EARLY 50'S. TEACHERS WERE: 2ND GRADE LILLIAN FOSTER--3RD AND 4TH GRADES AMY DORAN--5TH AND 6TH GRADES EDITH LEATHERMAN AND ROSEMARY DONALDSON. THE PRINCIPAL WAS WILFRED HUBERT AND MY BUS DRIVERS WERE JACK FOSTER AND JEWEL LINDGREN.(SEE A PHOTO OF MISS LILLIAN FOSTER--TWO BELOVED LADIES..... IN THIS PICTURE COLLECTION.) *NOTE-IT WAS BEHIND THIS SCHOOL IN A SMALL GROVE OF TREES THAT MY FRIENDS AND I CONSTRUCTED A SOD HOUSE AND USED IT AS A PLAYHOUSE FOR 2 OR 3 YEARS TIL THE SCHOOL DEMOLISHED IT. WE DUG A PIT AS THE BASE AND MADE THE WALLS WITH STRIPS OF SOD WE BORROWED FROM THE NEIGHBORS BARN LOT. IT WAS FAIRLY SOLID BUT WE DIDN'T HAVE PROPER MATERIALS FOR A GOOD ROOF.
  • SOLOMAN COUPLE (13 KB)
    PICTURED IS WILLIAM ALFRED SOLOMAN 1888-1978 AND HIS 2ND WIFE MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR SOLOMAN 1898-1973.
  • GOODLAND HOTEL (57 KB)
    THIS IS A VERY OLD PICTURE OF THE SLUZ TAVERN IN GOODLAND WHEN IT WAS A HOTEL AND OWNED BY COUSINS OF JESSE JAMES.
  • S.S. BREMEN (32 KB)
    Husband of Doris Jean Morgan 1920-1992. Charles W. Prussner, age 12 years 11 months (born 10-18-1921 in Buitenborg, Java, Indonesia), arrived in New York, New York on 10-15-1934 aboard the S.S.Bremen with his father August Henry Prussner age 50 ( born about 1884), his mother Florence Irene Prussner age 47 (born 2-2-1887 in Le Mars, Iowa) and his sister, Dorothy Louise age 8 years 9 months (born 1-2-1926 in Buitenborg, Java, Indonesia). They had come from Buitenborg, Java, Indonesia and had departed from Bremen Germany on 10-9-1934. They registered an address in the USA as: C/O C.A. Mauer, 26 Seventh Street, Le Mars, Iowa.
  • GOODLAND HIGH AND GRADE SCHOOL (187 KB)
    GOODLAND HIGH SCHOOL AND GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING-GOODLAND, INDIANA SHORTLY BEFORE THE NEW GRADE SCHOOL WAS ERECTED AT THE EXTREME RIGHT AREA IN THE PICTURE. THE NEW GRADE SCHOOL WAS DEDICATED ON SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1976.
  • HEILMANS AND BEDFORDS (53 KB)
    DANIEL CHARLES HEILMAN 1846-1906, HIS SISTER MARY HEILMAN BEDFORD BORN ABT 1848 AND HER HUSBAND, DR. JIM BEDFORD.
  • GOODLAND CORNER FOUNTAIN (191 KB)
    THIS FOUNTAIN STOOD FOR MANY YEARS (NOW GONE) AT THE CORNER OF NEWTON AND UNION STREETS PRESENT LOCATION OF THE BANK IN DOWTOWN GOODLAND, INDIANA.
  • JACOB & CATHERINE ANN PAGE HEILMAN FAMILY (56 KB)
    TOP ROW: WM D. 1858--HANNAH 1855--MARY 1848--JACOB S. 1849-1928--DANIEL C. 1846-1906 BOTTOM ROW ABRAHAM 1840-1914--JOHN 1837--CATHERINE ANN PAGE HEILMAN 1818-1887--JACOB HEILMAN 1808-1876. PROBABLY TAKEN VERY NEAR THE END OR JUST AFTER THE CIVIL WAR. DANIEL AND ABRAHAM BOTH SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR.
  • GRAVESTONE-JAMES H. AND RUTH A. DYE (361 KB)
    LOCATED IN THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE GOODLAND INDIANA CEMETERY IS THE GRAVESTONE OF JAMES H. DYE (1915-1999) AND RUTH A. HEILMAN DYE (1920-1997) MARRIED 11/6/1937.
  • ROBERT CHAMPLEY, SR. 1817-1888 (24 KB)
    ROBERT CHAMPLEY, SON OF GEORGE AND CHARLOTTE LAWSON CHAMPLEY. BORN ENGLAND 1817--DIED BENTON CO., IN 1888.
  • GRAVESTONE-DAVID LEE DYE (351 KB)
    LOCATED IN THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE GOODLAND INDIANA CEMETERY IS THE GRAVESTONE OF DAVID LEE DYE (1941- ).
  • BETTER COIL AND TRANSFORMER CORP. (21 KB)
    BC&T CORP. AS IT APPEARED IN 1970. THIS IS THE SOUTHEAST CORNER WHERE THE OFFICES AND ENGINEERS WERE.
  • HONORING JAMES H. DYE 1915-1999--WWII VETERAN (109 KB)
    While in Germany, he was with the liberating forces that freed the surviving prisoners at Flossenburg Concentatration Camp in April of 1945. His outfit arrived in Japan in October 1945 with the occupation forces, after the bomb had been dropped in August of that year.
  • SCHWIER'S BAKERY AND RESTAURANT (101 KB)
    THE BAKERY IN DOWNTOWN GOODLAND OWNED AND OPERATED BY HARRY AND GIN SCHWIER WHERE I SPENT MANY HOURS AFTER SCHOOL AND SATURDAYS DURING THE LATE 50'S AND EARLY 60'S.
  • THE LITTLEJOHNS--NORMAN W. AND NELLIE M. HEILMAN (73 KB)
    NORMAN W. LITTLEJOHN 1879-1960 AND WIFE NELLIE MAY HEILMAN LITTLEJOHN 1882-1961 BURIED WOODLAND MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY, SAND SPRINGS, TULSA CO., OK.
  • ANNA, SADIE AND NELLIE HEILMAN--SISTERS (41 KB)
    ANNA CATHERINE HEILMAN GRIGGS 1876-1952---SADIE E. HEILMAN 1879-1901---NELLIE MAY HEILMAN LITTLEJOHN 1882-1961 DAUGHTERS OF JACOB S. AND EMMA J. COURLL HEILMAN.
  • STONE IN FOSTER PARK (227 KB)
    THE HUGE STONE IN THE SHAPE OF A MITTEN ALONG THE HIWAY IN FOSTER PARK TELLING OF THE FOUNDING OF THE TOWN OF GOODLAND, INDIANA.
  • ABRAHAM S., JR. AND MARY E. LAKE HEILMAN FAMILY (71 KB)
    BACK L-R--WILLIAM,ANNA (PETE),ALMEDA,CHARLES,JOSEPHINE,DONALD,PAUL FRONT L-R--HELEN,MARY(MOM),EUGENE(BOY),ABRAHAM(DAD),GLENNA----PICTURE TAKEN JULY 1930
  • CHARLES M. PECK (SON OF ALONZO PECK) AND WIFE (67 KB)
    CHARLES M. PECK (B.1845 KENDALL CO.,IL/D.1923 WILL CO.,IL---MARY ELIZ. PEARSON PECK (B.1848 ENG D. 1930 KANKAKEE CO., IL) MARRIED 1868 PEOTONE,WILL CO., IL
  • FRED AND ADDIE HEILMAN (35 KB)
    FREDRICK F. HEILMAN 1872-1941 AND WIFE ADELINE (ADDIE) KENOYER HEILMAN 1878-1944.
  • GEORGE PECK (5 KB)
    GEORGE PECK-1885/1960 TWIN TO ALICE PECK VOGLUND 1885/1939.
  • RAY LEE HEILMAN, SR. AND FAMILY CHRISTMAS 1972 (44 KB)
    LEFT TOP TO BOTTOM RAY LEE HEILMAN, JR. 1940-:WILLIAM FREDRICK HEILMAN 1942-2000:JAMES LOUIS HEILMAN 1951-:CENTER RAY LEE HEILMAN, SR. 1899-1973: MYRNA LOY HEILMAN DALTON 1938-.
  • OUR HOME IN THE 1950'S DONOVAN, ILLINOIS (13 KB)
    THIS FARM HOUSE WAS OUR SECOND HOME WHILE LIVING IN DONOVAN, ILLINOIS. IT WAS NORTHEAST OF TOWN AND WAS 1/4 MILE NORTH OF THE ONE TIME SITE OF THE BEAVER METHODIST CHURCH, WHICH WAS DESTROYED BY FIRE. THE FARM WAS OWNED BY GEO. ANDERSON, WHO AT THAT TIME, RAN THE GROCERY STORE IN DONOVAN.
  • RAY LEE HEILMAN, SR. WITH SISTERS AND SON (24 KB)
    RAY LEE HEILMAN, SR. 1899-1973:DOROTHY E. HEILMAN 1911-1996:ARLINE HEILMAN 1898-:BERTHA HEILMAN JESSOP 1901-1975: JAMES LOUIS HEILMAN 1951-.
  • PAN HANDLE DEPOT GOODLAND, INDIANA (29 KB)
    FROM AN EARLY POSTCARD SHOWING THE EAST/WEST TRACKS THROUGH GOODLAND. THE DEPOT WAS ERECTED IN 1871 AND IS A SIMPLE WOOD FRAME, SHINGLED STRUCTURE. THE DEPOT WAS DEMOLISHED IN MAY OF 2011.
  • WILLIAM FRED CARDIN 1895-1960 (129 KB)
    PICTURES FROM READING HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK "ARXALMA" IN 1936-35-34 IN READING PENNSYLVSNIA. WAS 1/4 QUAPAW INDIAN (QUAPAW BY ADOPTION, MIAMI BY BLOOD), A MUSIC TEACHER AND ATTENDED CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL IN PENNSYLVANIA. MOTHER WAS MARTHA ELLA KENOYER CARDIN 1869-?.
  • ANDREW DYE 1744-1835 (61 KB)
    Andrew Dye 1744-1835 Andrew was born in Cranberry, Middleesex County New Jersey in 1744. and died in Miami County Ohio during 1835. He is burried in the cemetery at Pleasant Hill, Newton Township. He was married twice. His first wife (Sarah Miner) died and was likely buried in Pennsylvania. His second wife (Ann Hetzel) died in 1843 and is buried beside Andrew. He enlisted in Washington County Pennsylvania and served as Captain in the 6th Company, 4th Battalion of the Pennsylvania State Troops.
  • EARLY GOODLAND, INDIANA SCHOOL (32 KB)
    THIS GOODLAND, INDIANA SCHOOL BURNED ABOUT 1908. THIS SHOWS THE BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURES.
  • FAMILY OF MORRIS AND VIOLA ISGRIGG BOATMAN (344 KB)
    THESE PEOPLE ARE MY GREAT GRANDPARENTS (MORRIS AND VIOLA), MY GRANDMOTHER (FLORA) AND GREAT AUNT AND UNCLES. DATE UNKNOWN BUT BEFORE 1926 WHEN VIOLA PASSED AWAY. RALPH LOOKS TO BE ABOUT 16 TO 18 YEARS OLD SO THAT WOULD PUT THE DATE AT AROUND 1915-1920.
  • COOKE'S DRUGSTORE FIRE 2-14-1985 (26 KB)
    FIRE AT THE PHARMACY ON VALENTINES DAY 1985 IN DOWNTOWN GOODLAND, INDIANA.
  • CHICAGO, ATTICA AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD (58 KB)
    THIS OLD ENGINE #265 WAS USED BY CA&S RR AND WOULD HAVE RUN DOWN IROQUOIS STREET IN GOODLAND, IN. THE RR WENT OUT OF BUSINESS 1946 AND THE DEPOT, LOCATED AT UNION AND IROQUOIS STS., BECAME THE BUILDING WHERE BETTER COIL AND TRANSFORMER CORP. BEGAN IN 1947. PICTURE TAKEN IN MOROCCO, IND. IN 1930.
  • ORIGINAL BUILDING GOODLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL (41 KB)
    THIS WAS THE BUILDING THAT LATER BECAME THE GRADE SCHOOL WHEN THE HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION WAS ADDED. PICTURE CIRCA 1914.
  • ANCESTORS MASSACRED BY INDIANS (19 KB)
    THIS MARKER IS NEAR THE SITE IN LYCOMING COUNTY, PA. WHERE SOME OF THE LEE AND BOATMAN FAMILIES WERE MASSACRED IN 1782. THE BOATMANS WERE MY ANCESTORS ON MY FATHERS SIDE.
  • EARLY STREET SCENE (53 KB)
    LOOKING SOUTH ON NEWTON STREET IN GOODLAND, INDIANA. DATE UNKNOWN.
  • PETER BROOKS HOME CIRCA 1910 GOODLAND, IN (290 KB)
    THIS HOUSE SITS AT THE CORNER OF NEWTON AND MILL STREETS IN GOODLAND, IN.
  • GOODLAND METHODIST CHURCH (30 KB)
    THE GOODLAND, INDIANA METHODIST CHURCH AS IT WAS IN THE VERY EARLY 1900'S. IT WAS REPLACED IN 1923 AND THAT BUILDING WAS REPLACED BEGINNING IN 2007 BY THE GOODLAND COMMUNITY CHURCH.
  • GOODLAND WATER TOWER (14 KB)
    THE GOODLAND WATER TOWER THAT STANDS IN THE SOUTHEAST PART OF TOWN.
  • GOODLAND BAND WAGON (38 KB)
    LOOKING EAST FROM THE EAST SIDE OF WHAT IS TODAY THE FUNERAL HOME IN GOODLAND, INDIANA. TO THE FAR RIGHT IS THE BAND WAGON THAT WAS PULLED TO THE MAIN STREET OF TOWN ON SATURDAY NIGHT. THE LOCAL BAND WOULD PERFORM A CONCERT FOR THE TOWNSPEOPLE. LOOKS LIKE A BASEBALL GAME IN PROGRESS IN THE LOT WHERE THE FIRE STATION IS TODAY. 1920'S--LITTLE GIRL UNKNOWN. PHOTO COURTESY KATE SHELDON DE WEES
  • HELEN VIOLA BOATMAN FITZER (22 KB)
    Helen Viola BOATMAN (daughter of Chester Lee BOATMAN and Nettie Belle HINKLE) was born 18 Dec 1913 in Logansport, IN, and died 26 Apr 2006 in Twin Lakes Village, Monticello, IN. She married Victor Russell FITZER on 24 Jul 1937 in Logansport, Cass Co., IN.
  • THRESHING RIG (51 KB)
    THIS SHOWS PART OF A THRESHING RIG USED ON A THRESHING RUN ON THE FARMS JUST EAST OF GOODLAND, INDIANA IN THE EARLY 1900'S. PICTURED IS CHARLES WELSH (HELEN GOFF'S FATHER) AND JAMES SHELDON (KATE DEWEES'S FATHER). PICTURE TAKEN IN 1914. PHOTO COURTESY KATE SHELDON DEWEES
  • AERIAL VIEW OF MOST OF GOODLAND, INDIANA (90 KB)
    A SATELLITE VIEW OF GOODLAND, INDIANA.
  • SHELDON HOUSE/FUNERAL HOME (68 KB)
    TWO VIEWS OF THE OLD SHELDON HOUSE WHICH IS NOW THE FUNERAL HOME IN GOODLAND, INDIANA. SHOWN IS MINNIE SHELDON (1903-1990) AND HER MOTHER KATHERINE E. (MURRAY) SHELDON (1861-1943). SECOND SHOWS A MUCH OLDER VERSION OF THE SAME HOUSE IN HORSE AND BUGGY DAYS. SUBJECTS UNKNOWN. PHOTOS COURTESY KATE SHELDON DEWEES HISTORIC NOTE ***** KATHERINE E. MURRAY WAS MARRIED TO SILAS W. SHELDON IN LASALLE CO., ILLINOIS ON 11/07/1883. WHEN SILAS'S FATHER, BENJAMIN SHELDON, WAS 34 YRS. OLD, HE LOST HIS LIFE AND HIS FORTUNE IN GOLD WHEN THE SS CENTRAL AMERICA SANK DURING A HURRICANE IN 1857 OFF THE COAST OF SOUTH CAROLINA. THE WRECKAGE WAS LOCATED IN 1986 AND THE GOLD RECOVERED. THE TOTAL WORTH OF ALL THE SHIP'S GOLD WAS ESTIMATED AT 450 MILLION DOLLARS.
  • OLD STREET SCENE OF GOODLAND, INDIANA (29 KB)
    BACK WHEN HORSES WERE SEEN ON THE UNPAVED STREETS
  • EARLY GOODLAND AREA SCHOOLS (50 KB)
    IN THE CENTER IS THE FIRST SCHOOL HOUSE IN GOODLAND WHICH STARTED SOON AFTER THE CIVIL WAR AS ONE ROOM AND WAS ADDED TO AS TIME WENT BY. THE FIRST PICTURE IS OF CONSTABLE SCHOOL #6 WHICH WAS SOUTHWEST OF TOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF 1700 S AND INDIANA STATE ROAD 55 IN THE SW CORNER --DATE AND STUDENTS UNKNOWN. THE THIRD IS ALSO OF CONSTABLE #6 AND WAS TAKEN ABOUT 1900 AND SHOWS RAYMOND LYLE CONSTABLE AS A STUDENT AT ABOUT 9 OR 10 YRS. OF AGE. THERE WERE 7 ONE ROOM SCHOOLS IN GRANT TWP. AT ONE TIME. ONE WAS LEMASTER ( JUST NORTH OF US 24 ON SR 55 ) AND ANOTHER WILDASIN ( ON 1550 S BETWEEN KENTLAND AND GOODLAND BY THE JOHN MONTGOMERY FARM ) AND NEARY SCHOOL #7 AT 150 E AND 1700S IN THE SE CORNER ( ACROSS FROM SHORTY, GLENDON, DONAHUE'S FARMHOUSE ). ONE AT 1300 S AND 550 E SW CORNER AND ANOTHER 1300 S 350 E NE CORNER. I UNDERSTAND SOME SCHOOL HOUSES WERE ON SKIDS SO IF THE POPULATION CHANGED THEY JUST MOVED THE SCHOOL.
  • JOHN HEILMAN 1784-1866 (185 KB)
    JOHN HEILMAN, Son of Michael Heilman, was one of the early residents of Clinton township,Lycoming county, Pennsylvania. The GGGG grandfather of the author of this homepage, DAVID LEE DYE.
  • NEARY SCHOOL GOODLAND, INDIANA (37 KB)
    OLDEST SCHOOL IN GRANT TWP. NEWTON COUNTY, INDIANA. 1ST PICTURE SHOWS THE VERY LAST DAY OF SCHOOL PROBABLY ABOUT 1924 AND THE 2ND AS IT LOOKED IN THE 50'S OR 60'S. THE SCHOOL WAS LOCATED SW OF GOODLAND, INDIANA AT 150 E AND 1700 S IN THE SE CORNER.
  • HENRY J. AND CLARINDA MARKLEY TROUP (15 KB)
    HENRY JACOB TROUP 1862-1930 AND HIS WIFE CLARINDA MARKLEY TROUP 1869-1940. PARENTS OF TRUMAN TROUP 1902-1985.
  • ALICE H. PECK VOGLUND (29 KB)
    ALICE H. PECK VOGLUND ( 1885-1939 ) MARRIED ALBERT B. VOGLUND (1871-1939 ) IN 1916 AND WAS TWIN SISTER TO GEORGE H. PECK (1885-1960 ). PHOTO COURTESY OF JOSEPH A.VOGLUND--PHOTOGRAPHER R.B.ARMSTRONG,GOODLAND,INDIANA.
  • ELIAS, JR. AND SARAH ROLLER VANAMAN (49 KB)
    GRAVE LOCATED AT KING CEMETERY, HEADLEE, WHITE COUNTY, INDIANA.
  • WILLIAM ALBERT PECK (26 KB)
    MY MOTHER'S UNCLE BILL. 1881 TO 1951. OLDEST OF THE CHILDREN OF RUTH ANN CHAMPLEY AND WILLIAM RILEY PECK.
  • CHESTER L. & NETTIE B. HINKLE BOATMAN (106 KB)
    CHESTER LEE BOATMAN 1887-1973--NETTIE BELLE HINKLE 1886-1973 MARRIED LAFAYETTE, IN 1909.
  • JAMES E. TURNPAUGH/JEAN A. AND DAVID FLORA (37 KB)
    JAMES EDWARD TURNPAUGH AND HIS MOTHER JEAN ANN FITZER FLORA AND HER HUSBAND DAVID FLORA.
  • GOODLAND CS&A DEPOT (75 KB)
    THIS BUILDING WAS LATER EXPANDED ON ALL SIDES AND IN 1947 WAS THE HOME OF BETTER COIL AND TRANSFORMER CORP.--LATER A BEER DISTRIBUTORSHIP. THE TRACKS RAN DOWN IROQUOIS STREET IN GOODLAND, IN. AND NO LONGER EXIST.
  • JAMES SHELDON 1885-1967 (67 KB)
    JIM SHELDON IN FRONT OF WHAT IS NOW THE FUNERAL HOME IN GOODLAND, IN. BALES LUMBER COMPANY IS IN THE BACKGROUND. THE LUMBER YARD WAS TORN DOWN SOMETIME SOON AFTER 2000.
  • TWO OLD DRINKING FOUNTAINS IN GOODLAND, INDIANA (128 KB)
    THE 1ST IS ON NEWTON STREET EAST OF THE GRAIN ELEVATOR. IN THE BASE IS THE MASONIC SYMBOL AND THE DATE 1916. THE 2ND IS BEHIND THE LIBRARY WHERE THE FISH POND USED TO BE.
  • DAVID LEE DYE-AUTHOR OF THIS HOMEPAGE (12 KB)
    BORN APRIL 30, 1941, KENTLAND, INDIANA
  • GOODLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL BELL (28 KB)
    THIS HUGE BELL, WHICH IS ACTUALLY A CHURCH BELL, SITS IN FOSTER PARK IN GOODLAND, INDIANA ON A CEMENT 3 TIER BASE. THE PLAQUE HAS THE DATES 1909-1975. THE BELL WAS PLACED HERE WHEN THE LARGE RED BRICK SCHOOL WAS DEMOLISHED AND REPLACED.
  • LINCOLN WILBUR BALES 1883-1961 (79 KB)
    VARIOUS PICTURES
  • BEFORE IT WAS SPINNEY'S MOTEL (75 KB)
    THIS WAS THE PREDECESSOR OF SPINNEY'S MOTEL ON US 24 ON THE WEST EDGE OF GOODLAND, IN. EVEN BEFORE SUCH PLACES WERE CALLED MOTELS. THANKS TO ANN MEYER FOR THE PICTURE. DATE UNKNOWN.
  • CLARA EDITH SOLOMAN REESE 1881-1932 (71 KB)
    UNKNOWN LOCATION AND YEAR
  • SHERMAN WHITE- GOODLAND INDIANA (28 KB)
    THIS IS SHERMAN WHITE WHERE POULTRY AND CREAM WERE PROCESSED AND LATER THE BUILDING WAS USED BY BETTER COIL AND TRANSFORMER.
  • LINCOLN WILBUR AND CLARA MYRTLE SOLOMAN BALES (43 KB)
    LINCOLN WILBUR BALES 1883-1961 CLARA MYRTLE SOLOMAN BALES 1899-1972 MARRIED 1916
  • UNIVERSAL PAPER CO. (22 KB)
    THE BUILDING THAT ONCE OCCUPIED THE PARKING LOT BEHIND THE BANK AND ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE FIRE HOUSE LATER DRACKETT AND COMPANY WAS IN THE BUILDING.
  • JOHN D. DYE 1753-1836 GRAVESITE (34 KB)
    He died on April 23, 1836 in Brown County, Ohio and is buried on the old Day farm, 3 miles east of Georgetown at the intersection of State Road 125 and the Georgetown - Arnheim Road in Pleasant Township. A U.S. Government marker was placed there by his descendants and a dedication service was held on the 100th anniversary of his death, April 23, 1936. The marker at his grave reads: John Dye Pvt. Kilgore's Co. 8 Pa. Regt. Rev. War Aril 23, 1836
  • SLYTER FAMILY TOMBSTONES--GOODLAND, IN CEMETERY (62 KB)
    (1)Seth W. Slyter 1842-1880-Civil War 36TH IL INF CO G--- (2)1st wife of Seth, Susan J. Camberlain 1845-1870---(3)Sylvester Slyter 1815-1899-Civil War 91ST IL INF CO D---(4)2nd wife of Sylvester, Mary Polly Ann Bryant 1834-1909 Note* pics 3&4 are on the same stone but different views
  • BERTHA MAE PECK HEILMAN (11 KB)
    MY MOTHER'S MOTHER BERTHA MAE PECK HEILMAN 1899-1963. BORN WADENA, IN--DIED SOUTH BEND, IN
  • WILLIAM AND RUTH A. CHAMPLEY PECK TOMBSTONES (62 KB)
    WILLIAM RILEY PECK 1857-1925---WIFE--RUTH ANN CHAMPLEY PECK 1861-1947--GOODLAND IN, CEMETERY
  • JOSEPH WARE DAVIS AND NANCY MINERVA JANES DAVIS (87 KB)
    JOSEPH WARE DAVIS (1828-1879) TAKEN C. 1863 AND HIS WIFE NANCY MINERVA JANES DAVIS (1830-1904) TAKEN SOME YEARS LATER. NANCY WAS A SISTER TO MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER, ELZIRA JANES DYE (1839-1903).
  • LOLA JOY HEILMAN (17 KB)
    LOLA JOY HEILMAN KOZUCH WRIGHT 5/4/1928-4/18/2007 BORN KENTLAND, IN -- DIED PLYMOUTH, IN.
  • STEAM POWERED FERRIS WHEEL IN GOODLAND, INDIANA (78 KB)
    THIS IS FROM AN OLD POSTCARD PRIOR TO 1907 OF A STEAM POWERED FERRIS WHEEL ON NEWTON STREET JUST WEST OF THE CURRENT PARK AND LIBRARY SITE. IN THE SECOND FRAME IN THE BACKGROUND IS A WHITE BUILDING. THAT WAS AN OLD DUTCH CHURCH WHICH STILL STOOD IN 1929.
  • FLORA MAY BOATMAN DYE (22 KB)
    1881-1969 MY GRANDMOTHER
  • MILDRED S. HEILMAN (101 KB)
    Mildred S. Heilman born Dec 1, 1893 died Aug 19, 1929. Daughter of Jacob Charles Heilman 1871 to after 1920 and Alice Clay Spence about 1868 to 1893. 2ND PICTURE IS HER HUSBAND RUSSELL HARRY HOUGH AND HER SON CHARLES GOLDEN HOUGH.
  • ELZIRA JANES SHEPHERD DYE (21 KB)
    1839-1903 MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER
  • EARLY LIVERY STABLE IN GOODLAND, INDIANA (43 KB)
    A LIVERY STABLE IN GOODLAND INDIANA CIRCA 1880-1900. THE HOUSE IN THE PICTURE IS NOW THE PRESENT SITE OF GERTS FUNERAL HOME AND THE LIVERY STABLE SITS WHERE GOODLAND'S FIRE HOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF W. UNION STREET.
  • EDWARD R. AND FLORA M. DYE FAMILY (38 KB)
    EDWARD R. DYE 1876-1936 FLORA M. BOATMAN DYE 1881-1969 MABEL G. DYE TROUP 1901-1978 HAROLD R. DYE 1902-1977
  • GOODLAND ICE POND (47 KB)
    VIEW OF THE GOODLAND ICE POND IN THE SOUTHEAST PART OF TOWN. THE POND WAS CREATED TO CUT HUGE BLOCKS OF ICE IN THE WINTER AND STORE IN A SPECIAL INSULATED BUILDING TO CREATE A REGRIGERATED STORAGE AREA IN WARMER WEATHER. THE VIEW IS LOOKING TO THE NORTHWEST. THE POND IS USED FOR FISHING AND RECREATION AND IN THE WINTER TIME, SKATING.
  • EDWARD REED DYE (55 KB)
    EDWARD REED DYE 1876-1936 MY GRANDFATHER
  • PARADE IN GOODLAND, INDIANA (52 KB)
    A PARADE GOING SOUTH ON NEWTON STREET IN GOODLAND, INDIANA PRIOR TO 1907.
  • GRIGGS CIVIL WAR PLAQUE FOSTER PARK GOODLAND, IN (90 KB)
    THIS PLAQUE APPEARS ON THE LARGE STONE NEAR THE FLAGPOLE IN FOSTER PARK IN GOODLAND, IN. IT IS IN HONOR OF THE COMRADES OF HENRY T. GRIGGS (1845-1924) WHO SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR CO. C 76TH IL VOL INF.
  • GOODLAND BAPTIST CHURCH (26 KB)
    THE GOODLAND BAPTIST CHURCH AT THE CORNER OF UNION STREET AND JAMES STREETS IN GOODLAND, INDIANA. THE CHURCH WAS BUILT IN 1895 AND IS SHOWN 1ST ABOUT THE YEAR 2000 THEN ABOUT 1914. NOTICE THE DOME IN THE LATTER PHOTO. ONE OF THE FOUNDERS WAS A RELATIVE OF THE OUTLAW JESSE JAMES. SEVERAL MEMBERS OF THE JAMES FAMILY ARE BURIED IN THE GOODLAND CEMETERY. JAMES STREET IS NAMED AFTER THAT FAMILY.
  • JAMES H. DYE WWII RIBBONS (38 KB)
    RIBBONS MY FATHER RECEIVED DURING WWII.
  • MASONIC LODGE AND BANK BUILDING (64 KB)
    THE GOODLAND BANK WITH THE MASONIC LODGE UPSTAIRS AS SEEN DURING THE 20'S AND 30'S. THE BANK SITS AT THE NW CORNER OF NEWTON AND UNION STREETS. TO THE RIGHT OF THE BANK IS SOME BUSINESS AND THEN A BAKERY AND A BUILDING (NOW THE DRIVETHROUGH WINDOW FOR THE BANK) WHERE IN THE 40'S AND 50'S, CLEMENT SAINTE AND BILL TEMPLIN HAD A BARBER SHOP.
  • VELMA LUCILLE DYE 1910-2002 (39 KB)
    DAUGHTER OF EDWARD R. DYE AND FLORA M. BOATMAN. 1ST HUSBAND JERRY BOWER 2ND HUSBAND SAMUEL MORRIS DIED INDIANAPOLIS BURIED KENTLAND, INDIANA
  • GOODLAND GRAIN ELEVATOR (40 KB)
    GRAIN ELEVATOR IN GOODLAND, INDIANA FROM A POSTCARD DATED 1913
  • JACK AND MARY DYE WITH HELEN FITZER (23 KB)
    JOHN REED DYE 1919-1990--MARY ALICE HUTCHINSON DYE 1924- AND HELEN V. BOATMAN FITZER 1913-2006
  • EMMET COHEE BOATMAN AND FAMILY (68 KB)
    LYDIA MATILDA SOMMER BOATMAN, EMMET COHEE BOATMAN AND KATHLEEN SUE BOATMAN
  • TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH-GOODLAND, INDIANA (25 KB)
    THE LUTHERAN CHURCH ON W. JASPER STREET (US24) IN GOODLAND, INDIANA. THE 1ST COUPLE MARRIED THERE WERE HENRY GETTING AND ANNA PAULUS. THEY WERE MARRIED 11/3/1874 AND WERE THE GRANDPARENTS OF MARY ALICE(HAZEL)STOMBAUGH. MARY ALICE WAS MRS. CARSON STOMBAUGH.
  • GOODLAND FIRE TRUCK (72 KB)
    THIS 1937 FIRE TRUCK WAS STILL BEING USED IN THE 60'S IN GOODLAND, INDIANA. THE BODY OF THIS TRUCK WAS HAND BUILT IN 1936-37 BY THE BLACKSMITH IN GOODLAND, CLEMENT FULLETON, WHO WAS THE WATER SUPERINTENDENT FOR MANY YEARS AND THE UNCLE OF SHORTY AND BURDELL OWNBEY. ONE HISTORIAN BELIEVES THE DRIVER TO BE HARRY MITTEN.
  • ROBERT E. SCHEIWE (55 KB)
    1925-2010
  • RESTAURANT ON US 24 IN GOODLAND, INDIANA (42 KB)
    THIS IS THE OLD RESTAURANT WHICH SITS ON US24 IN GOODLAND, IND. WHICH WAS OWNED AND OPERATED BY JOY AND LUCILLE HALL. THERE WERE GAS PUMPS OUT FRONT ORIGINALLY AND A CIRCULAR DRIVE. THE FAMILY LIVED UPSTAIRS. PICTURE TAKEN JUNE 2006 JUST BEFORE THE WRECKING CRANE LEVELED IT TO THE GROUND.
  • ARTHUR F. PECK (57 KB)
    1894-1968 GOODLAND INDIANA CEMETERY
  • CATHOLIC CHURCH GOODLAND, INDIANA (57 KB)
    AN OLD PICTURE OF STS. PETER AND PAUL CATHOLIC CHURCH AT THE CORNER OF S. NEWTON AND E. MILL STREETS IN GOODLAND, INDIANA.
  • ELIZABETH JACKSON DYE (39 KB)
    WIFE OF BENJAMIN DYE. SHE WAS BORN 1776 AND DIED 1817. BURIED KNOOP CEMETERY, MIAMI CO., OHIO. THE GG GRANDMOTHER OF THIS AUTHOR, D.L.DYE.
  • DONOVAN, ILLINOIS US POST OFFICE (37 KB)
    THE POST OFFICE IN DONOVAN, ILLINOIS
  • CORNER UNION AND NEWTON STREETS GOODLAND, INDIANA (98 KB)
    LOOKING NORTHWEST, THIS IS THE VIEW FROM THE INTERSECTION OF UNION AND NEWTON STREETS IN GOODLAND, INDIANA CIRCA 1900. THE DRUG STORE IN THE FOREGROUND, WAS REPLACED BY A MODERN BRICK MASONIC LODGE WHICH HOUSED THE GOODLAND STATE BANK. THE OLD PUMP AT THE CORNER BECAME A HUGE CONCRETE DRINKING FOUNTAIN. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, UPPER RIGHT, LATER BECAME THE SLUZ (MARIES) TAVERN. MUCH LATER, THE TAVERN WAS BJ'S TAVERN WHICH CLOSED ABOUT 2010.
  • CHAMPLEY HEADSTONE GOODLAND, INDIANA CEMETERY (56 KB)
    HEADSTONE OF HATTIE ADEL SLYTER CHAMPLEY FULLETON AND ROBERT THOMAS CHAMPLEY IN GOODLAND, INDIANA CEMETERY.
  • GRAVE OF CLAUDIUS BOATMAN ABT (1715-1819) (52 KB)
    On a slight elevation, a few rods east of the first fork of Pine creek, repose the remains of Claudius Boatman and wife, Comfort Wanzer and wife, and William Hamlin, father of Rev. Benjamin Hamlin, Probably other members of the family were buried there. A grove of young timber surrounds their graves. When Waterville was laid out Capt. James M. Wolf directed the engineers not to disturb their graves. Waterville is an unincorporated community in the dense woods of the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau in south-central Cummings Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, United States. It lies in the deep valley of Pine Creek, the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, at the mouth of Little Pine Creek. Pennsylvania Route 44 travels through Waterville, heading south-southeastward along Pine Creek to the borough of Jersey Shore. The city of Williamsport, the county seat of Lycoming County, is to the east.
  • SHERMAN WHITE 1933 GOODLAND, INDIANA (52 KB)
    Those pictured (L-R) are: Pauline Frohreich Byrd, Katherine Don, Frank Winebrenner, Ed Sheldon, Ray Souligne, Unknown, Jim Key, Charlie Yates, Karl Benner, John Jenson, and Bill Slattery.
  • BRICK HONORING JAMES DYE (50 KB)
    THIS BRICK IS LOCATED IN THE NEW VETERANS PLAZA IN FOSTER PARK AND HONORS JAMES H. DYE. HE SERVED IN WWII AND LIVED FROM 1915-1999. HIS SONS, ALAN AND DAVID, DONATED THE BRICK TO HONOR THEIR FATHER. GOODLAND, INDIANA 2011
  • GRAVE OF MARY CATHERINE HEILMAN BEDFORD & HUSBAND (265 KB)
    THIS IS THE TOMBSTONE OF MARY CATHERINE HEILMAN (1851-1918) AND HER HUSBAND DR. JAMES ROSSER BEDFORD (1846-1940). THE STONE IS LOCATED IN TRENTON CEMETERY, PERSIFER TWP., KNOX CO., ILLINOIS. MARY WAS THE DAUGHTER OF JACOB HEILMAN (1808-1876) AND CATHERINE ANN PAGE (1818-1887). JAMES WAS BORN IN ENGLAND.
  • MY HINDENBURG POSTAL COVER (206 KB)
    THIS ENVELOPE ACTUALLY FLEW ON THE 1ST FLIGHT BACK TO GERMANY FROM THE US IN 1936 ON THE HINDENBURG
  • FOUNTAIN IN THE PARK (380 KB)
    THIS HUGE FOUNTAIN WAS IN FOSTER PARK IN GOODLAND, INDIANA NEAR THE PRESENT LOCATION OF THE MITTEN MEMORIAL LIBRARY. THE LIBRARY WAS ERECTED CIRCA 1931 BUT THE LIBRARY SERVICE WAS 100 YEARS OLD IN 2007.
  • CRANE FUNERAL HOME (483 KB)
    This is the old Crane Funeral Home located on US 24 (W. Jasper Street) in Goodland. It was operated by Gordon and Lucille Crane from 1934 to 1973. Originally started in the house just east. At the time the picture was taken, the Cooke family (druggists) lived there. Picture provided thanks to Bruce Herriman.
  • ROBERT CHAMPLEY 1818-1888 (25 KB)
    THIS IS A PHOTO OF A PORTRAIT DONE IN INDIA INK OF ROBERT CHAMPLEY BORN IN 1818 IN HULL ENGLAND AND DIED IN 1888 IN WADENA, INDIANA. HE WAS KILLED IN A FREAK TRAIN ACCIDENT WHILE CROSSING A TRACK. HE WAS DEAF. NOTE ABOUT ROBERT'S FATHER GEORGE M. CHAMPLEY: MARTIN VAN BUREN. Department of State, Washington, 1830 December 28. Jackson's future Vice President and eighth U.S. President writes to Anthony Butler in Mexico to introduce, Mr George Champley, a citizen of New York who is about to embark for Mexico, on a tour through the Southern Republics. His views are partly commercial & partly Scientific; and any friendly attentions you may have it in your power to show him will be esteemed a favor by Your friend & Servant".
  • JAMES H. DYE AND RUTH ANN HEILMAN DYE (15 KB)
    THESE ARE MY PARENTS JAMES H. DYE 1915-1999 AND RUTH ANN HEILMAN DYE 1920-1997--MARRIED 60 YEARS 1937-1997
  • JAMES H. DYE AND FLORA M. BOATMAN DYE (26 KB)
    THIS IS MY FATHER, JAMES H. DYE 1915-1999, AND HIS MOTHER, FLORA M. BOATMAN DYE 1881-1969, TAKEN 7/22/1945 AT THE HOME OF MR. AND MRS. LESLIE TAYLOR- KENTLAND, INDIANA
  • MY FAMILY---THE JAMES H. DYE FAMILY (20 KB)
    ALAN ROY DYE--JAMES H. DYE--RUTH ANN HEILMAN DYE--CHARLES EDWARD DYE--DAVID LEE DYE (SEATED)
  • THE DYE HOME (68 KB)
    THE JAMES H. DYE FAMILY HOME FROM 1963-2000 IN GOODLAND,INDIANA ON NORTH NEWTON STREET
  • IN MEMORY OF..... (18 KB)
    THE BRICKS IN FRONT OF THE MITTEN MEMORIAL LIBRARY IN GOODLAND,INDIANA REMEMBERING THE JAMES DYE FAMILY AND RUTH A. HEILMAN DYE 1920-1997
  • UNIDENTIFIED GOODLAND FAMILY (300 KB)
    I HAVE THIS PICTURE OF A GOODLAND AREA FAMILY TAKEN LATE 1800'S OR EARLY 1900'S AT A STUDIO IN GOODLAND, INDIANA.
  • DAVID LEE DYE BORN 1941 (65 KB)
    DAVID LEE DYE IN 1953, SIX MONTHS AFTER BEING DIAGNOSED WITH POLIO AT AGE 11 WHILE LIVING AT DONOVAN,ILLINOIS
  • UNIDENTIFIED GOODLAND FAMILY (300 KB)
    I HAVE THIS PICTURE OF A GOODLAND AREA FAMILY TAKEN LATE 1800'S OR EARLY 1900'S AT A STUDIO IN GOODLAND, INDIANA.
  • FREDA ELZIRA DYE TAYLOR 1907-1998 (20 KB)
    MRS. LESLIE TAYLOR DAUGHTER OF FLORA M. BOATMAN DYE AND EDWARD R. DYE
  • NEWTON CO. STONE QUARRY KENTLAND, IN (191 KB)
    THE QUARRY BETWEEN GOODLAND AND KENTLAND ON US24 IN NEWTON CO., IN. DATE UNKNOWN BUT AROUND THE TURN OF THE CENTURY OR BEFORE FROM THE LACK OF TECHNOLOGY. THE QUARRY HAS YIELDED UNKNOWN TONS OF LIMESTONE AND OTHER PRODUCTS IN THE YEARS IT HAS EXISTED. FROM AN OLD POSTCARD.
  • CHARLES JUNIOR HEILMAN/CHARLES FOWLER HEILMAN (40 KB)
    SON-CHARLES JUNIOR HEILMAN 1923-2000 AND HIS FATHER CHARLES FOWLER HEILMAN 1897-1974
  • DYE BROTHERS AND JAMES H. DYE FAMILY (57 KB)
    UPPER/LOWER LEFT THOMAS DYE 1922-1971 UPPER RIGHT JAMES DYE 1915-1999//THOMAS DYE 1922/1971//JOHN R. DYE 1919/1990--LOWER RIGHT JAMES H. DYE 1915/1999--RUTH ANN HEILMAN DYE 1920/1997--DAVID LEE DYE 1941--CHARLES EDWARD DYE 1938
  • HEILMAN BROTHERS AND SISTERS (52 KB)
    UPPER--MARTHA A. HEILMAN SCHEIWE 1926/1994--RUTH ANN HEILMAN DYE 1920/1997--ROSALIE HEILMAN 1933/2001 LOWER CHARLES JUNIOR HEILMAN 1923/2000--RUTH ANN HEILMAN DYE--RAYMOND HEILMAN 1939--ROSALIE HEILMAN--LOLA J. HEILMAN KOZUCH WRIGHT 1928/2007
  • JAMES H. DYE 1915-1999 (10 KB)
    MY FATHER IN HIS UNIFORM DURING WWII FROM A POSTCARD HE HAD SENT TO MY MOTHER. HE SERVED IN THE 97TH INFANTRY 303RD FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION IN JAPAN AND GERMANY. HE WAS A DRIVER, TECHNICIAN 5TH GRADE, ACCUMULATING SEVERAL MEDALS AND STARS AND SERVICE RIBBONS
  • PECK HOUSE (20 KB)
    THIS IS THE OLD PECK HOUSE ON US 24 IN GOODLAND, INDIANA WHERE RUTH ANN CHAMPLEY PECK AND HER SONS LIVED FOR MANY YEARS
  • RUTH ANN HEILMAN DYE AND "PUP" (99 KB)
    MY MOTHER, RUTH ANN HEILMAN DYE 1920-1997, POSES WITH THE PECK FAMILY DOG "PUP" TAKEN IN THE EARLY 40s
  • GOODLAND SCHOOL (44 KB)
    THIS IS GOODLAND HIGH SCHOOL (BUILDING ON LEFT) AND GRADE SCHOOL (BUILDING ON RIGHT) IN GOODLAND, INDIANA WHERE I GRADUATED IN 1962 AND WHERE MY FATHER (JAMES H. DYE 1915-1999 ) WAS A CUSTODIAN FOR SEVERAL YEARS. MY 1ST GRADE TEACHER WAS KATHERINE HOGAN 1884-1972. SHE TAUGHT 3 GENERATIONS IN MY FAMILY.
  • MARRIAGE INTENTIONS AMSTERDAM 1638 (26 KB)
    Laurens Dijts from Noortstrant, a laborer living at the Brouwersgracht, aged 26 years, with Ytgie Jans from Amsterdam, aged 18 years. LAURENS DUYTS AND YTIE JANSEN
  • TWO BELOVED LADIES IN MY LIFE (8 KB)
    MY GRANDMOTHER, BERTHA PECK HEILMAN, AND MY 2ND GRADE TEACHER AT DONOVAN, ILLINOIS--MISS LILLIAN FOSTER
  • HEILMAN FAMILY REUNION ABT 1956-IROQUOIS ILLINOIS (70 KB)
    BACK ROW-JAMES DYE/ROBERT SCHEIWE/DAVID DYE/CHARLES HEILMAN/BERTHA HEILMAN/RUTH DYE/LOLA KOZUCH/ROSALIE HEILMAN/MARTHA SCHEIWE FRONT ROW-JOHN KOZUCH/MARY SCHEIWE/CHARLES DYE/KATHY KOZUCH/MARK KOZUCH/RAY HEILMAN/JOE KOZUCH/ALAN DYE/CAROL SCHEIWE
  • A FAMILY REUNION-CHAMPLEY/SOLOMAN (325 KB)
    NOT SURE AS TO THE IDENTITY OF MOST PEOPLE IN THE PICTURE, BUT IT WAS TAKEN PRIOR TO 1961 POSSIBLY IN IROQUOIS, ILLINOIS IN IROQUOIS COUNTY OR MONON, WHITE CO., INDIANA IN 1952.
  • HOUSE IN GOODLAND, IND. CIRCA 1912 (55 KB)
    THIS HOUSE SITS AT THE CORNER OF N. NEWTON AND E. WAYLAND STREETS IN GOODLAND. AT THIS TIME, GEORGE BALES, OWNER OF BALES LUMBER COMPANY, LIVED THERE. HIS WIFE, ELLA TIARA GRIGGS BALES, DONATED THE MONEY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF GRIGGS MEMORIAL CHURCH.
  • STS. PETER AND PAUL CATHOLIC CHURCH CIRCA 1907 (177 KB)
    STS. PETER AND PAUL CATHOLIC CHURCH INTERIOR IN GOODLAND, INDIANA.



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