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William Thomas Turman Photograph Collection

Identifier: uac260
The William Thomas Turman Photographs consist of photographs of the Indiana State Normal School campus and its students during and after World War I. The pictures depict soldiers near their bunks, in a mess hall, in group photographs, and marching through campus. Some of the pictures depict the visit of the French "Blue Devils" and Marshal Joffre in Terre Haute and the remaining photographs are of classrooms and buildings on the Indiana State campus.


  • Created: circa 1917-1919


Conditions Governing Access

Materials are open for research use with advance notice to the archivist.


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Existence and Location of Originals

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Related Materials

Other units associated with the University Archives (within Special Collections) also contain material regarding William Thomas Turman. Rare Books and Manuscripts has a Turman Family Collection which includes material regarding William Thomas Turman's career as an artist, a professor, and as a writer of calligraphy/handwriting books. In addition there is family correspondence, some of which include comments by William Turman about his time at Indiana State. The Permanent Art Collection contains William Thomas Turman artwork and documents concerning these pieces.
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Part of the University Archives Repository

Cunningham Memorial Library
510 N. 6 1/2 Street
Terre Haute 47809- US