Free Databases:Roster and Photos of Civilian Conservation Corps, Jasonville, Greene County, Indiana (1933)
Searchable digital images of the members of Company 522, Camp SP-3, from a booklet shared by Deborah Loveless. The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was a New Deal employment program that operated from 1933 to 1942. The aim, besides work relief, was to promote tree planting, park construction, flood control, forest fire prevention, and similar environmental tasks.
Employees of Indianapolis Public Schools, Marion County, Indiana (1889)
Searchable digital images of the names, positions and home addresses of all school employees, including janitors and employees of the Indianapolis Public Library. This database was contributed by Ron Darrah.
School Boundaries of Indianapolis Public Schools, Marion County, Indiana (1889)
Geographical descriptions of what school district each household in Indianapolis would have belonged to. This database was contributed by Ron Darrah.
Members Only Databases:The following are in the Members-Only section of the Indiana Genealogical Society website. Not a member? Join now!
- Students of Logansport High School, Cass County, Indiana (1946)
775 students in grades 9-12, as listed in the school’s 1946 yearbook, “The Tattler.” This database also includes digital images.
- Students of Scottsburg High School, Scott County, Indiana (1964)
500 students in grades 9-12, as listed in the school's 1964 yearbook. This databases also includes digital images.
- Vanderburgh County Veterans at Indiana State Soldiers' Home, Lafayette, Indiana (1907-1908)
20 veterans and their wives/widows, as listed in annual reports of the Indiana State Soldiers’ Home. This database includes age, birthplace, details of the veteran’s military service and their disabilities.
- Students of Hanover College, Hanover (1850-1866)
2,200 students, their hometowns and their subject of study, as compiled from the college’s annual catalogs.
- Graduates of Taylor University, Upland (1942-1970)
3,300 students, their year of graduation and the degree they received, as compiled from the university’s annual catalogs.
|Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 522, Jasonville, Indiana, 1933.|