• Created Date
  • 1925-09-02
  • Description
  • Black and White Photograph. Governor Jackson, on top Mount Green, delivered an address to the members of the Conservation Department and the Indiana Dunes State Park Purchasing Committee. He requested speedy action of the succeeding purchases of duneland. Mount Green was renamed to Mount Jackson in recognition of Gov. Jackson's efforts towards first purchase the Indiana Dunes State Park. In photograph (left to right): Ingwald Moe, Everett Gard... more
    Black and White Photograph. Governor Jackson, on top Mount Green, delivered an address to the members of the Conservation Department and the Indiana Dunes State Park Purchasing Committee. He requested speedy action of the succeeding purchases of duneland. Mount Green was renamed to Mount Jackson in recognition of Gov. Jackson's efforts towards first purchase the Indiana Dunes State Park. In photograph (left to right): Ingwald Moe, Everett Gardner, Gov. Jackson, W.P. Gleason, T.A. Gottschalk, John Bowers, and W.A. Guthrie. less
  • Format
  • still image: 35 mm slide