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Name Royerton

Associated Records

Collection consists of various archival materials relating to the history of Muncie and Delaware County: miscellaneous archival items, photographs, oversize images, negatives, framed images, and bound reference materials (books).

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Sweater -

Varsity letter sweater from Royerton High School in Royerton, Indiana. The factory tag indicates the cardigan sweater is size 34. It is machine-knit in cream-colored yarn and has a red "R" on the left front at about waist level. The red letter is made of a loop fabric and stitched on top of black felt to create a black outline. There are two black bars on the stem of the "R" next to the hole in the "R" with the letters "GAA" (Girls Athletic Association) in black below the hole in the "R". The seater has V-neck, a 2.5 inch rolled cuff on each sleeve, two patch pockets and five 0.875-inch cream-colored plastic buttons at the front closure. On the inside, there is a cream colored felt patch sti

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Album, Photograph -

Photograph album depicting the Freeman family, Ernest Freeman, and the Royerton area.

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Print, Photographic -

14517: Gladys Pittenger Boyd 14518: Mrs. Harvey (Ora Burt) Jackson 14519: Mrs. Ethan (Ada Williamson) Boldrey

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Print, Photographic -

Maps of Wheeling, Mt. Pleasant, Yorktown, and Royerton from the 1887 Delaware County Atlas.

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Print, Photographic -

Map of Smithfield, Royerton, Daleville, Smithfield Business Notices, Daleville Business Notices from the 1887 Delaware County Atlas.

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Print, Photographic -

Two men (John Rayburn - left), two horses and a colt outside of John Rayburn's barn. The barn was located on the west side of Studebaker Pike (State Route 3) north of Muncie, the present site of the Gardens of Memory cemetery.

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John Rayburn home, located on the west side of Studebaker Pike (State Route 3) north of Muncie, the present site of the Gardens of Memory cemetery.