There, you will find a sampling of the Martin work representing over 50 years documenting life in the Wabash Valley. Its Indiana Towns photographs can be accessed at and includes quite a few images of the Terre Haute area, mostly from the A. Enter “Terre Haute” into the search engine and the results will show you overviews of the city, pictures of baseball teams, bands, company picnics, social organizations, school classes, family reunions, construction sites, large industries, coal mines, railroad yards, the police department–and, in fact, any subject that fits the panoramic format.
My special favorites are the “birds-eye views” of Terre Haute, dating from the 1890s to 1920. III The Wabash Valley Genealogy Society will hold its monthly meeting and public program on Tuesday.
Note that the Tuesday date is a departure from the regular Monday meetings.
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Because the Martins followed strict technical standards, the images are still in good condition.
We are slowly creating a representative online collection.
The digitization of this collection is a work in progress.” To access and view the Martin collection, go to the Indiana Historical Society site at In addition, the ISH also offers an assortment of panoramic photographs at
You can find pictures of the way towns and cities looked in the past, pictures of schools and churches your family members attended, a shot of the family business or the family farm, photographs of fraternal clubs and organizations, group photos of company employees and sometimes individual portraits.
Even if you don’t find something specific to your family, it’s fun to reminisce.
We here in Terre Haute and Vigo County are lucky enough to have an entire photographic image collection — from the Martin Photo Shop — that has been donated to the Indiana Historical Society and is being digitized and placed online.Read about this important collection on from the IHS website:“In April 1984, Kenneth Martin donated 500,000 negatives and prints to the Indiana Historical Society Library. (AP) — The officer who shot and killed a 73-year-old retired librarian during a police "shoot/don't shoot" demonstration in Florida was accused of using excessive force with his police dog and resigned from another police agency in 2013 for failing to satisfactorily complete an agency field training program.The Clark County Antique Power Club is gearing up for its 15th annual farm show to be held at the Marshall fairgrounds on Aug.19, 20 and 21.“Power”means any mechanical device that runs (or did run) under its own power.“This is your chance to show o Time right for people to getinvolved in school board race There was a time in Vigo County when school board races were among the more contested, and most competitive, on the election ballot every two years.Upward of double-digit candidates would stac Searching through digital photographic databases can yield great treasures for the family historian.