From Mulberry Memories, Vol. 1, No. 7, September 2011, from Jerry Fickle by way of Sue Bryan Conley, Mulberry High School graduates. This special issue of Mulberry Memories is dedicated to Robert Dieter, Don, John, Tom and Norma Fleischhauer, Steve Garriott, Jim Felix, Marge Kay Gaylor, Lois Click and others that had mild cases of … Continue reading Polio Epidemic In Mulberry 1954
Brig. Gen. James W. Lucas is mobilization assistant to the Superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo. He serves as the senior Reserve officer responsible for advising and assisting the Superintendent, Commandant of Cadets and Dean of the Faculty on all matters pertaining to the leadership and management of the U.S. Air Force … Continue reading Notable Clinton Countians: Brigadier General James W. Lucas
Brigadier General James P. Ulm is director, North American Aerospace Defense Command Planning Staff, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. General Ulm was born in 1937, in Frankfort, Ind. He earned a bachelor's degree from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1961 and a master's degree from The George Washington University in 1973. The general completed … Continue reading Notable Clinton Countians: Brigadier General James P. Ulm
Lieutenant General James F. Record is commander, 12th Air Force and U.S. Southern Command Air Forces, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. The command is comprised of eight active-duty wings in the Western and Midwestern United States and Panama with more than 450 aircraft and 35,000 active-duty military and civilian personnel. He also ensures the operational … Continue reading Notable Clinton Countians: Lieutenant General James F. Record
Lt. Gen. Jay W. Kelley is commander, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., and director of education, Air Education and Training Command. He ensures that Air Force needs in the areas of enlisted and officer professional military education, professional continuing education and graduate education are met, as well as officer commissioning through Officer Training … Continue reading Notable Clinton Countians: Lieutenant General Jay W. Kelley
A life-long resident of Frankfort, George Maxwell Fowler, known to most simply as “Max”, was born on July 6, 1889, the second son of George Y. and Christina Kramer Fowler. While yet a boy, Max became involved with work at the Frankfort Morning Times, owned and published by his father. During the early 1900s, chronic … Continue reading Notable Clinton Countians: George Maxwell Fowler
These are taken from the absurdly long-titled History of Clinton County, Indiana. Together with sketches of its cities, villages and towns, educational, religious, civil, military, and political history, portraits of prominent persons, and biographies of representative citizens. Also a condensed history of Indiana, embodying accounts of prehistoric races, Indian wars, and a brief review of … Continue reading Illustrations from 1886 History of Clinton County
It is interesting to look at old state atlases and see what towns were deemed important enough to include in the small area dedicated to Clinton County. Here is a selection of these spanning over almost a century.
These town maps are taken from various atlases, larger maps, etc. Some no longer exist, but all are from Clinton County. They are in alphabetical-chronological order. Click any image to flip through them as a slideshow. Note that though not included here, you can find detailed Sanborn fire insurance maps of Colfax and Frankfort in … Continue reading Town Maps
The Historical Society thanks Marvin Nickols for sharing his photos of the Frankfort Roundhouse and other classic Frankfort scenes.