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Introduction

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The Robertson Corporation Records were donated to Kansas State University Morse Department of Special Collections in 2007 by Phil and Joe Robertson. The Records document the 120-year milling history of the Robertson Corporation.

The Robertson Corporation Records (1874, 1880-2009) are housed in 40 boxes and organized in to eight Series: 1) Correspondence; 2) Financial Records; 3) Minutes; 4) Subject; 5) Photographs; 6) Oversized Materials; 7) Printed Material; 8) Artifacts.

The Robertson Corporation Records have been assigned Accession Number P2007.08. The collection was processed by Paul Harris, Student Processor, in 2010.


Chronology

1881   Company Established in Brownstown, IN; R. M. Robertson born-son of founder; 
          Burr/Stone Ground Wheat Flour and Corn Meal

1890   Steel Roller Mills; Refined White Flour

1900   Wheat Bran first sold as feed; White Frost flour; White Fawn flour

1919   Death of Charles Andrew Robertson, surviving founder

1920   First "formula feed" mixed-"Emco Pig Meal"

1925   Pioneer High Patent Flour, Degerminated Pearl Meal

1931   "Self-Rising Flour"

1932   "Hoosier" (Depression Clear) Family Flour

1933   Dick Robertson sold Riggles Stores, Mitchell, IN, 2,000 barrels (196-200 lbs) of
          White Frost Family Flour doe $2.50 a barrel. That was the largest flour sale
          Robertson ever made. Wheat was about $.30 a bushel at the time

1936   Pioneer Breakfast Cereal

1938   Purchased Lemon Mill in Bedford, IN; Development of first special "glue-extender"
          flour-forerunner of Glu-X, now used by plywood furniture industries. First sold to
          Hoosier Panel Company.

1939   Started buying soybeans

1940   Purchased Ginger Feed and Elevator Company, Jeffersonville, IN; First "Enriched
          Flour" in Indiana-"Kitchen King"

1941   "Robin Hood" and Bakery Fours distributed at Jeffersonville, IN; "Special" Cookie
          and Cracker Flours

1942   Fire destroyed most of Ewing Mill

1943   Rebuilt Corn Meal Mill at Ewing

1945   Acquired farmer's Hominy Mill in Seymour, IN

1946   Pioneer Hi-Ratio Cake Flour

1947   Exporting Government specification relief flour again

1948   Balanced Dog Food Produced-"Triple-R"

1949   Discontinued corn meal production; Emco Feed sold in "Dress Bags"-same material
          to  make dresses

1950   Cob Mill at Ewing

1951   Development of industrial cob processing

1952   Early trials with rye and sorghum milling-unsatisfactory

1957   Glu-X Registered at United States Patent Office

1960   Early computerized feed formula

1963   Glu-X shipped to first Southern Pine Plywood-GP at Fordyce, AR

1965   Rebuilt Ewing Mill (including Cob Mill) as GLU-X Mill

1966   Robertson's "Triple-R" Livestock and Dog Feeds Regulation United States Patent
          Office

1970   Development of Sepro-X (soy energy protein extrusion process)

1971   Research project with Kansas State University regarding new cereal starches

1972   Death of R. M. Robertson

1973   100th Anniversary of Roller Mills in the United States

1979   Robertson publishes "State of the Art" paper regarding extenders and fillers

1980   Robertson donates antique mill machinery to the Smithsonian Institute; Utilization of 
          computerized near infra red reflectance methods for extender research, analytical 
          evaluation and quality control

1981   C. R. Robertson died: Jerry O. Robertson named Director of The Robertson
          Corporation; Centennial: Struck coin; Published commemorative Planner

1983   Invented and filed patent for Pan-X Composition Board Extender

1984   Initiated Computerized mail marketing of exotic Bird and Fish Feeds

1985   Marketed both Glu-X Extender and Lignocelluslosic Filler to Panel Industry and
          published paper for Forest Products Research Society regarding the roles of these
          products in coming years

1986   Seymour remodeled for bulk-to-bag packing; Made large shipments of Glu-X to
          Brazil; Made Patent Office Appointment for Glu-X West Trademark; First
          continuing bulk Glu-X tanker shipments; Acquired Associate Mill in Plainville,
          IN; Remodeled Brownstown wheat elevator; Fire completely destroyed Bedford
          Mill; Bedford Marketing Office established at 1714 L Street.

1987   Established RII Production Facilities in Washington State; Marketing Glu-X West in
          Northwest by RII

1988   Spray-X Registered United States Patent Office; continued international promotion

1991   Jill Robertson, 5th generation from founder appointed as first woman to serve on
          corporation board 

1992   Established total quality and statistical process control systems

1993   Moved Bedford office to new marketing office at 1032 W. Spring Street in
          Brownstown, IN

1994   Transferred Seymour Mill property through charitable sale to city of Seymour and 
          contribution to Jackson County Community Foundation

1995   Continued research on soy derivatives, tannins & other adhesive additives; Significant
          Spray-X and Glu-X production started in RMI Building

1996   Significant Extender-Additive research initiated with objective of producing
          Soy-Modified Glu-X for improving benefits in wood panel adhesive technology;
          Trademarks  filed in United States Patent Office for Soy-Ply and Soy-Fill

1997   R.S. Robertson, Chairman died. R. R. (oldest son, Phil) elected President and second
          son, John "Butch" appointed to the Board of Directors; Joe E. Robertson (3rd 
          generation from founder) appointed Chairman Dr. Joe Robertson Jr. and Jerry O. 
          Robertson reappointed as outside directors; Sherrell Perry-Assistant 
          Secretary/Treasurer is first female and non-family officer of the corporation

1998   Phil Robertson retired; John Robertson elected President; Doug Nuss employed as
          Vice  President-second non-family officer of the corporation

1998   1999-Practical evaluations and trials of Ag-Fiber Panel Boards containing
          Wheatboard  Filler and/or Soy-Fill Flakes as enhancing additives or furnishes

2000   The New Millineum-Glu-X and Spray-X established as standards of excellence in
          Extender; Soy-Fill and Wheatboard created and developed by Robertson R&D 
          (Research and Development) for future use in the composition fiber panel 
          industry 

Scope and Content Note

mill office The Robertson Corporation Collection is composed of 40 boxes in 8 series: 1) Correspondence; 2) Financial Records; 3) Minutes; 4) Subject; 5) Photographs; 6) Oversized Materials; 7) Printed Material; 8) Artifacts.

The Correspondence Series is comprised of two boxes that extend over an 81-year period, starting in 1913 and ending in 2004 and arranged in alphabetical order. Majority of correspondence relate to the purchase of milling equipment such as elevators, dryers, flour packers, and sifters; the purchase of the Lemon Mill in Bedford, Indiana and the Ginger Feed and Elevator Company, Jeffersonville, Indiana; the sale of the company’s products such as corn meal, dog food, flour, livestock feed, and Glu-X; and the sale of the Seymour Mill. Correspondence between Phil Robertson and G. Terry Sharer, discusses historical milling machinery the Robertson Corporation donated to the Smithsonian in 1979. In 1980, Phil Robertson attended a reception hosted by the Smithsonian on the acceptance of the historical machinery.

Equipment donated to the Smithsonian Institute. The Financial Records are house in six boxes. Five boxes, 1928-2004, are filed in alphabetical order. They include annual meetings with statements of profit and loss, account ledgers, accountant's compilation report, auditors compilation report, balance sheets, cash flow statements, capital investments, estate transfers, financial statements, income tax basis, income tax returns, purchase orders from companies such as Advance Fabricators, Bearings Incorporation, Creason Corrugating, and Insects Limited, and sales and production figures. One box consists of the 1959 Ewing Mill appraisal, a Peoples bankbook, cash books, check stubs, financial ledgers, a payroll ledger from 1916 to 1917, production ledgers, sales slips, and a 1916 shipment register.

Minutes are stored in four boxes. (1960-1997, 2007-2009) are stored in two boxes and give insight on the daily, weekly, monthly and yearly goals of the Robertson Corporation. Each set of minutes contain travel plans, the price of crops on the market and a general overview of the company. There are two boxes of formal minutes in minute books (1960-2009).

The Subject Series (1874, 1881-2004) is the largest of all of the series. It is housed in nine boxes and contains insurance policies, newspaper clippings and class notes from when Joe E. Robertson attended Kansas State University in the 1940s. Listed alphabetically, the series covers the purchase and sale of mill property and equipment, contracts, events, feed and grain, flour standards, general milling information, history of the companies and employees, inventories, newspaper clippings, patent information, research, and one of the later important pieces of the corporation’s history: how the company eventually turned to Glu-X as a main product.

Aerial view of the Ewing Mill in Brownstown, IN. The Photographs Series (1900-1999) consists of four boxes of photographs and one box of glass negatives. It includes aerial views of the corporation, views of the mills, the after effects of a large snowfall, exhibits, and fires. Some of the photographs date back to 1900. This series is a picture book of change and innovation with photos ranging from horse and buggy to early automobiles, then on to large loading trucks. An interesting set of photos shows construction of the Ewing Blending Plant. With the photos in order, one can see each step of the construction from beginning to end. Not all photographs are business-related as there are family photos of each family member inside and outside the office. Notable family photos include a photo of Phil Robertson at the Smithsonian and photos of the Robertson's as boys and men.

Oversize Materials are stored in three boxes and includes newspaper clippings, Robertson Corporation abstract, loan application, mortgage, feed lists, equipment blue prints and printed material.

Ewing, Indiana. Printed Material is the second largest series in the collection and is comprised of eight boxes. The largest section in this series is Articles that includes items from Milling and Baking, The Northwestern Miller, and Random Lengths. Brochures and pamphlets dot the landscape of printed material and include research findings from respected institutions or from attended research symposiums. Many of the magazine articles deal with World War II or the Russian grain embargo. There is also a collection of books pertaining to the history of milling and includes a copy of The Robertson Corporation 1880-2000 written by R. R. Phil Robertson. Family member Richard S. "Dick" Robertson wrote Recollections of My Life in Brownstown, Indiana, included in the collection. These recollections are snap shots of Dick's life in Brownstown.

The Artifacts Series is stored in one box and includes flour slicks, commemorative coins, packaging bags for Glu-X and Triple-R dog food, and promotional items. The Artifacts are stored within the department's Artifact Collection.

Container List

                    Correspondence (1913-2004)

01        01        Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Company, 1925 Oct 19
          02             1932 Nov 15
          03             1937 Aug 18
          04             1951 Jan 31
          05             1956 Feb 20
          06        American Corn Millers Federation, 1946 
          07             Membership Committee, 1948 Jun- Jul
          08        B&O Railroad Company, 1965 Oct 26
          09        B.F. Gump Company, 1942 Oct, Dec
          10        Ballard & Ballard, 1949 Aug
          11        Barnard & Leas, 1913 Jul 21
          12             1914 Nov 30
          13             1915 Sep 17
          14             1933 Jun 05-06
          15             1937 Aug 
          16             1942 Oct 12
          17             1942 Nov 02
          18             1943 Jan
          19             1944 Jul 28
          20             1950 Nov 11
          21             1955 Sep 27
          22        Beall Improvement Company, 1922 Sep 20
          23             1942 Nov 13
          24             1943 Feb 12
          25             1943 Feb 14
          26             1943 Feb 19
          27             1947 Jan 10
          28        Benjamin B. Nusbaum Co. Incorporated, 1954 May 28
          29        Bernard Perry, 1965 Jun 12
          30        C.O. Bartlett and Snow Company, 1953
          31             1954
          32        C. Joan Reynolds, 1979 Nov
          33             1980 Jan 04
          34        Central Materials Handling Corporation, 1954 Jun 04
          35        Central Rubber and Supply Company, 1938 Jun 22
          36        Clyde Howell, 1988 Jul 25
          37        Coca-Cola, 1960
          38        Colchester Processing Company, 1967
          39        CTB Incorporated, 1997 Dec
          40        Defense Supplies Corporation, 1943
          41             1944
          42        Delle Bates, 1975 Jul 29
          43        Dr. Charles Deyoe, 1971 Apr 06
          44        Earl Wilson, 1964 Mar 27
          45        Elevators Mutual Insurance, 1994 Sep 14
          46             1997 Apr 25
          47        The Essmueller Company, 1944 Jun 21
          48        Fairbanks, Morse and Company, 1944 May 18
          49        Forster Manfacturing Company, 1937 Aug 16
          50        G. Terry Sharer, 1979 Sep 06
          51             1979 Nov 13
          52             1980 Jan 24
          53             1980 Feb-Jun
          54        Georgia Pacific, 1995 Apr 27
          55        Gerth, Oscar Michael, 1993 Mar 02
          56             1994 Oct 26
          57        Great Western Manufacturing Company, 1940 Jun 20
          58        Grocers Biscuit Company, 1942 May 16
          59        HC Davis, 1936 Apr
          60        Hammons Products Company, 1990 Jul 25
          61        Harold Woodard, 1994 Dec 15
          62             1997 Apr 30
          63        Harry Padgett, 1988 Feb 03
          64        Hays & Hays, 1956 May 11
          65        Henning Grain Company, 1943 Aug 13
          66        Howard D. McCullough Manufacturing Representive, 1954 May 28
          67        Huntley Manufacturing  Company, 1944 Aug 01
          68             1954 Sep 15
          69        Indiana Grain and Feed Dealers, 1964 Jan 02
          70        John A. Cody, Jr., 1977 Apr 10
          71        John W. Ritter, 1924 Jul  24
          72        Kocolene Oil Corporation, 1994 Nov 01
          73        Laib Company, 1938 
          74        Lawrence Gichner, 1980 Jun 06
          75        Lewis Cartwright, 1945 Jul 23
          76        Marian B. Greer, 1986 Jan 23
          77        Mennel Milling Company, 1973 Jun, Aug
          78        Merrill Lynch, Fenner, Pierce and Beane, 1952 Mar 27
          79             1954 Mar 18                   
          80        Millers National Federation, 1943 Aug 19
          81             1949 Jun 13         
          82        Muncy Mill Machinery, 1942 Dec 04
          83        Myers-Sherman Company, 1953 Aug 20
          84        National Miller's Publication, 1940 Jan 24
          85        Nordyke Marmon Company, 1922
          86        Office of Price Administration, 1944
          87        Panama Plywood Corporation, 1972 Sep 15
          88        Parker Vehslage, 1962 Jul 06
          89        Paul L. Dittemore, 1946 Nov 19
          90        Pete and Purcells Transfer and Storage, 1965 Nov 29
          91        Pickering Governor Company, 1922
          92        Pratt Ford Company, [n.d.]
          93        R.R. Kirkpatrick Company, 1953
          94             1954
          95        Raul Villareal, 1991 Jul 15
          96        Robert Whiteside, 1952 Mar 08
          97        Robertson Corporation 
                         DPB Partnership, 1996 Mar 01
          98             GP Order, 1992 Oct 16
          99             IRS, 1986 Aug 18
          100            Mr. Pugh, 1949 Sep 02
          101            Railroad Leasing, 1963 Dec 18
          102            US Census Bureau, Employee Census, 1992
          103            US Department of Labor, 1992 Dec
          104            Windmill Stamps, 1980 Feb
          105       Robertson, Roscoe Melvin, [n.d.]
          106       Robinson Manufacturing Company, 1914 Mar 07
                         1933 Jun 08
          107            1937 Aug 21
          108            1942 Nov 24
          109       S. Howe, 1944 Aug 09
          
02        01        Seymour Sale
                         Gerth, Oscar Michael, 1993
                         Robertson,  Dick, 1992-1994
          02             Voss,  Thomas, 1994 May
          03             Mayor John Burkhart, 1994 Mar-Aug
          04        Sidney Grain machinery Co., 1960 Mar 07
          05        Siemer Milling
                         Gerth, 2004 Jan 23
          06             Markel Markel Lambring & MacTavish, 2004 Feb 04
          07             Press Release, 2004 Feb 03
          08             Richard Siemer, 2004 Jan 30
          09                  2004 Mar 26
          10             Rick Siemer, 2004 Mar 29
          11                  2004 Apr 07
          12        Stanwood Corporation, 1938 Sep 07
          13        Te-Co Inc., 1954 May 18
          14        Telecon 
                         Ernest Patillo, 1989 Jul 10
          15             Roger Johnson, 1981 Oct 01
          16        The Orville Simpson Company, 1940 Oct 30
          17        Thomas Raeber, 1985 Oct 02
          18        Thompson Dairy Company, 1962 Sep 12
          19        Trademark Assignment, 2004 Jun 30
          20        Ultra Life Laboratories, 1967 Apr 11
          21        Union Iron Works, 1953 Nov 25
          22             1961 Jan 15
          23             Screen, 1961
          24             Sheller and Cleaner, 1952
          25             Spouts, 1948
          26             Sprockets, 1954
          27             T#77 Sprockets, 1958, 1960
          28        US Dept of Agriculture (USDA), Export Marketing Service, 1972
                         Sep-Nov
          29        Vogt Brothers, 1933 May 26
          30        WH Edwards, 1938 Aug 30
          31        Western Union, 1944 Mar 20
          32        Westfield Group, 2004 Jan 26
          33        William C. Schuh, 1991 Jul 15
          34        Williamette Valley Company, 1985 Aug 31
          35             1985 Sep 09
          36             1985 Nov 14
          37             Memo, 1985 Sep 09
          38        Williams Brothers. Company, 1942 Nov 02
          39        Winthrop-Stearns, 1948 Jul 14
          40        Witt Corrugating, 1982 Jun
          41        Wolf Company, 1950 Jun 27
          
                    Financial Records (1916-1917; 1944-2008)

03        01        A Look at 1994 Sales/Production Figures, 1994               
          02        B&O Land Purchase Contract, 1966 May 09
          03        Bedford Ewing Production Comparison, 1966 Oct
          04        Board of Directors 
                         Annual Meetings, Statement, Profit and Loss
                              1977-1980, 1982-1986, 1988-1996
          05             Monthly Meetings, Statement, Profit and Loss
                              1978 Feb 11-Dec 09
          06                  1979 Jan 13-Dec 22
          07                  1980 Jan 12-1980 Jun 14
          08                  1980 Jul 12-Dec 13
          09                  1981 Jan 10-1982 Dec 11
          10                  1983 Jan 08-Dec 27
          11                  1984 Jan 10-Dec 24
          12                  1985 May 17-Dec 30
          13                  1986 Feb 08-Dec 30
          14                  1987 Jan 17-1988 Dec 30
          15                  1989 Jan 14-Dec 30
          16                  1990 Jan 13-Dec 29
          17                  1991 Jan 12-Dec 30
          18                  1992 Feb 08-Dec 30
          19                  1993 Jan 09-Oct 07
          20                  1994 Jan 07-Dec 28 
          21                  1995 Jan 13-Dec 30
          22                  1996 Feb 03-Dec 28
          23                  1997 Jan 11-Dec 06
          24                  1998 Feb 07         
          25                  2002 Dec 07                   
          26                  2003 Jan 11-2003 Jul 07
          27                  2003 Aug 08-2003 Dec 06
          28                  2004 Jan 03-Jun 04  
          29        Board of Trade 
                         Merril Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, and Beane, 1954 Mar 10
          30             The Glidden Company, 1957 Dec 26-31
          31             Weightmaster, 1954 Mar 16
          32        Book Value, 1996 Jun 28
          33        Brownstown Loan Bank & Trust, 1947-1951
          34        CBT Wheat Close, 1986 Jul 14            
          35        Clean Wheat Extraction Graphs, 1976-1987
          36        Easterday Grain Shipment
                         1996 Jul 19
          37             1997 Feb 26
          38        Ewing Mill
                         Adam Vine Company, 1938 
          39             Chattel Mortgage, 1928 Jan 04
          40             Corn Flour, [n.d.]
          41             Eggersman, 1930-1934
          42             Glu-X Production, 1965-1966 
          43             Progress Report, 1994 Dec 03
          44             Sales and Production Figures, 1996 Jun
          45        Farmers Mutual Policy, 1997 Dec 08 
          46        Freight Bills, Merrill Lynch, Fenner, Pierce and Beane, 
                         1952 Jan 17
          47             1952 Mar 25
          48             1952 Apr 10
          49             1952 Apr 24
          50             1952 May
          51             1952 Jun 15
          52             1952 Jun 27
          53             1954 Jan 21
          54             1954 Mar
          55        Gerth, Billing Statement
                         1996 Nov 30
          56             1997 Mar 31
                    Glu-X 
          57             Accounts, Ledger, 1988 Dec 30
          58                  1989 Dec 31
          59                  1991 Jul 13
          60             Delivery and Production, 1972-1982
          61                  1977-1987
          62             Ewing, 1990 May
          63             Feed Review, 1986 Jul 19
          64             Sales, 1962, 1986-1990
          65                  1996-1997
          66             Stocks, Sales and Conditions, 1974 Mar 31
          67                  1982 Dec 31
          68                  1987 Mar 31
          69             Yearly Production, 1967-1984
          70             Yearly Summaries, 1969
          71                  1970
          72                  1971
          73                  1972
          74                  1973
          75                  1974
          76                  1975
          77                  1976
          78                  1977
          79                  1978
          80                  1979-1984
          81                  1985-1987
          82                  1988-1990
          83                  1991-1994
          84        Glu-X and Sepro-X
                         Units Delivered, 1992-1993
          85             Units Sold, 1991-1992
          86        Henning Grain Company, 1943 Aug 25, 1943 Oct 26

04        01        Invoices, Kice, 2002-2003
          02             Whitaker Truck, 1996 Jul 05
          03        June Regular Meeting, Cost of Flour, 1993 May
          04        Lowes Pellets and Grain Shipment, 1996 Sep 19 
          05        Memo, Georgia Pacific, 1986 Oct 06
          06        Miscellaneous Financial Reports, 2004
          07        Monthly Shipments, 2004
          08        Oregon Mill Purchase, 1986 Aug-Nov
          09        Pennsylvania Railroad Company Rent, 
                         1941 Jul 01-1949 Oct 01
          10             1950 Jan 01-1964 Jan 01
          11             1963 Dec 30, Invoice               
          12        Peoples Bank Special Examination Report, 1971 Sep 23
          13        Poultry Record Book,     1952-1953
          14             1954-1958 
          15        Production Figures, 1982, 1986-1987
          16        Production, Yield Graphs, 1966-1986
          17             1966-1989
          18        Profit and Loss Statement, 1985 Aug-Oct
          19        Purchases
                         Purchase Orders A20, 1992
          20             Advance Fabricators, 1991 Oct 18
          21             Air Engineering 
                              1990 Apr 20
          22                  1999 Mar 19
          23             Albert B. Crush, 1989
          24                  1990 Feb 08
          25                  1992 Mar 17
          26             Allied Healing, 1991 Mar 19
          27             Atkomatic, 1992 Jun 03
          28             Baker Electric, 1992 Oct 02
          29             Bearing Headquarters, 1989
          30                  1990
          31                  1991
          32                  1992
          33                  1993
          34                  1994
          35                  1995
          36                  1996
          37                  1997
          38                  1999 Apr 20
          39                  2003 Mar 13
          40                  2003 Sep 28
          41             Bearings Incorporation, 1989
          42                  1990
          43                  1991
          44                  1992 Dec 09
          45                  2000 Jan 10
          46             Blaw Knox, 1991 May 01
          47             Creason Corrugating,     1992
          48                  1995 Nov
          49                  1996
          50                  1997 Jul 24
          51             Cummings Wholesale Effect, 1990 Nov 14
          52             Daniel Hayden, 1991
          53                  1992 Oct 09
          54             Dixie Irrigation, 1989 Jan 03
          55             ER Schuld, 1990 Sep 17
          56             Edward Hamilton, 1991 Mar 15
          57             Forster and Son, 1990 Jul 03
          58             GEAPS-Grain Industry Safety, 1989 Sep 18
          59             General Rubber Supply
                              1989 Jun 16
          60                  1992 Aug 25
          61             Grainger, 1992
          62             Great Western, 1986
          63                  1987 Mar 03
          64                  1989 
          65                  1991 Nov 20
          66                  1993 Jun 03
          67                  1994 Sep
          68             H. R. Williams, 1979
          69                  1986
          70                  1987
          71                  1988 Jan 06
          72                  1989
          73                  1990
          74                  1991
          75                  1992
          76                  1993

          77                  1994
          78                  1995 Dec 28
          79                  1996
          80                  1997
          81                  2003 Sep 18
          82             Hall Signs, 1991 Nov 27
          83             HammerTek, 1989 Jun 05
          84             Heckman Bindery, 1991 Dec 16
          85             Insects Limited, 1991 Oct 08

05        01             Kice, 1984
          02                  1988
          03                  1989
          04                  1990
          05                  1992
          06                  1993
          07                  1994
          08                  1995
          09                  1997
          10                  1998 Jan 21
          11                  2001 Mar 06
          12                  2002 Mar 12
          13             Kilroy, 1990 Jan 30
          14             King Industrial, 1992 Oct 05
          15             Mid-Atlantic Irrigation, 1989 Jan 12
          16             NGFA, 1990 Aug 22
          17             Norvell, 1990
          18                  1991 Mar
          19                  1993
          20                  1995
          21             Nussbaum and Company, 1989 Jun 16
          22                  1990 Dec 06
          23             Peerless Electric Supply, 1989 May 03
          24                  1992 Mar 09
          25             Powered Equipment Company, 1989 Jul 31
          26                  1991 Feb 11
          27             RT Rees and Assocoation, 1989 Oct 16
          28                  1990 Jan 19
          29             S.R. Sikes, 1989 Jun 23
          30                  1990 Feb 02
          31                  1991 Jan 29
          32                  1992 Oct 16
          33             Schulte Pulverizer, 1990 Jul 03
          34                  2000 Dec 27
          35             Seedburo, 1990 Sep 12
          36                  1992 Jul 09
          37                  1995
          38             Sefar America, 1999
          39                  2000 Mar 09
          40                  2002
          41                  2003 Sep 17
          42             Udy Corp, 1992 Jul 02
          43             Universal Silencer, 1990 Dec 20
          44             Wallace and Tiernan, 1990 Aug 21
          45             West Park Incorporation, 1999 Aug 26
          46        Riverside Grain Shipment, 1996 Aug 30
          47        Robertson Corporation
                         Accountant's Compilation Report, 1986-1987
          48                  1987-1988
          49                  1989-1990
          50-52          Appraisal, 1992 Nov 11
          53             Auditors Compilation Report, 1987-1988
          54             Balance Sheets, 1981-1982
          55                  1984-1985
          56                  1991-1992
          57                  1997
          58                  2004 Mar 31-Sep 30
          59             Bran Luebbe Contract, 2001-2004
          61             Brownstown Accounts, 1985 Sep 13
          62             Capital Investment, 1965-1966
          63             Cash-Flow Statements, 1995-1996
          64             Estate Transfer, 2004 May
          65             Financial Records, 1995 Oct-Nov
          66             Financial Statements, 1960
          67                  1961 
          68                  1962
          69                  1963
          70                  1964

06        01                  1965
          02                  1966
          03                  1967
          04                  1968
          05                  1969
          06                  1970
          07                  1971
          08                  1972
          09                  1973
          10                  1974
          11                  1975
          12                  1976
          13                  1979
          14                  1980                     
          15                  1981
          16                  1982
          17                  1984
          18                  1985-1986
          19                  1987-1988
          20                  1988-1989
          21                  1990-1991
          22                  2002-2003
          23                  2004 Apr 30
          24             Income Tax Basis, 1992-1993
          25                  1993-1994
          26                  1994-1995
          27                  1995-1996
          28                  1996-1997
          29                  1997-1998
          30                  1998-1999
          31                  1999-2000
          32                  2000-2001
          33                  2001-2002
          34                  2002-2003
          35                  2003-2004
          36                  2004-2005
          37                  2005-2006
          38                  2007-2008
          39             Income Tax Returns, 1990 Dec 31
          40                  1992 Dec 31

07        01             Lease, 1967 May 11
          02             Loan Note Copies, 2004 Jan 26-27
          03             Significant Numbers, 1996 Apr
          04             Special Called Meeting, 2004 Mar 08
          05             Special Called Meeting, 2004 Mar 09     
          06             Tax Department Summary, 1996
          07                  1997
          08        Robertson Industries, 1988 Jul 31-Sep 30
          09        Sales/Production Figures, 1990
          10             1992
          11             1994
          12             1996
          13        Seymour Mill Appraisal, 1992 Aug
          14        Seymour Sale, 1991 Dec 31
          15        Siemer Miller 
                         Audit, 2004 May 31
          16             Balance Sheets, 2003-2004     
          17        Spray-X, Plainville, 1990 May
          18        Statement, Montgomery, Elsner and Pardiek, 1989 Sep 19 
          19        Statement of Commodity Account 
                         Merril Lynch, Pierce Fenner and Beane, 1954 Mar 10, 26 
          20        Statement of Operations, 1996 Jan 31-Dec 27
          21             2004 Mar 31-Sep 30
          22        Statement of Profit, 1984-1985
          23        Travel Expense Report, 1996 Nov 01
          24        Valuation, 1997 May 28
          25        Valuation Questionnaire, 1997
          26        Wheat and Glu-X Production, 1966 Mar-Jun
          27             1967
          28             1968 Jun
          29             1968 Dec
          30             1969 Sep
          31             1970 Aug
          32             1971 Dec
          33             1972 Aug
          34             1973 Mar, Apr
          35             1974 Dec
          36             1975 Dec
          37             1976 Dec 30
          38             1977 Aug
          39             1978 Aug
          40             1979
          41             1980 Aug
          42             1981 May 30
          43             1982 Nov
          44             1983 May-Jun
          45             1983 Oct
          46             1984 Aug
                    
08                  Financial Books
                    Appraisal, Ewing Mill, 1959
                    Cash Book, 1971-1973
                    Check Stubs, 1944-1945
                    Journal Ledgers, Financial
                         1962-1963 and 1984-1994 Bushel per hour recording
                         1968-1969
                         1998 Dec 01-2000 Jun 16
                         2000 Jun 19-2002 Mar 08
                    Laboratory Record, Ewing Mill, 1940-1948
                    Laboratory Report/Analysis, 1949-1953
                    Payroll/Time Book, 1916 Jun 03-1917 May 05  
                         Visitor sign-in to the Weike Museum, 1965-1967
                    Peoples Bank Book, 1964-1978
                    Production Ledger, 1954-1955
                         2001-2002
                         2003-2004
                    Sales Slips, 1940-1964
                         1947
                    Shipment Register, 1916
          
                    Minutes, Informal  (1960-2009)

09        01        1960 Feb 27-Dec 09
          02        1961 Jan 06-Dec 16
          03        1962 Jan 13-Dec 08
          04        1963 Jan 12-Nov 23 
          05        1964 Jan 25-Dec 19
          06        1965 Jan 23-Dec 17
          07        1966 Jan 01-Dec 24
          08        1967 Jan 08-Dec 30 
          09        1968 Jan 13-Dec 21
          10        1971 Jan 02-Dec 11 
          11        1972 Jan 08-Dec 31
          12        1973 Jan 13-Dec 28 
          13        1974 Jan 05-Dec 28
          14        1975 Jan 04-Dec 27 
          15        1976 Jan 10-Dec 18 
          16        1977 Jan 08-Dec 31 
          17        1978 Jan 21-Dec 30
          18        1979 Jan 06-Jul 07
          19        1979 Jul 14-Dec 29
          20        1980 Jan 04-Jun 14
          21        1980 Jun 21-Dec 26                 
          22        1981 Jan 03-Jul 10
          23        1981 Jul 18-Dec 30
          24        1982 Jan 09-Jul 03
          25        1982 Jul 10-Dec 24
          26        1983 Jan 01-Dec 10
          27        1984 Jan 14-Dec 21
          28        1985 Jan 05-Dec 28
          29        1986 Feb 08-Jul 05                 
          30        1986 Jul 12-Dec 13                 
          31        1987 Jan 17-Dec 27 

10        01        1988 Jan 09-Dec 31 
          02        1989 Jan 14-Aug 05 
          03        1989 Aug 12-Dec 29
          04        1990 Jan 13-Aug 12
          05        1990 Sep 13-Dec 29 
          06        1991 Feb 02-Dec 14
          07        1992 Jan 11-Dec 12
          08        1993 Jan 09-Dec 17
          09        1994 Jan 07-Jul 16
          10        1994 Aug 06-Dec 28
          11        1995 Jan 27-Dec 28
          12        1996 Jan 13-Nov 30
          13        1997 Jan 11-Jun 07
          14        1997 Jul 05-Dec 29
          15        2007 Dec 07-2008 Mar 03
          16        2008 Apr 08-Aug 29
          17        2008 Oct 08- Nov 28
          18        2009 Jan 14- May 29

11                  Minute Books, Formal, 1963-1993
12                       1993-2009

                    Subject Series (1874, 1881-2004)

13        01        AACC Meeting
                         Invitation, 1979 Oct 31
          02             Registration List, 1979 Oct 28-Nov 01   
          03        ADM Milling Company, [n.d.]   
          04        Ag Perspectives, 1993
          05        Allis-Chalmers
                         Parcels 1932, 1951
          06             Sifters, 1934 Feb
          07        American Agriculture Movement, 1977
          08        American Corn Miller's Federation,1947 Jul 18
          09             1948 Mar 11
          10             Corn Talk, 1938, 1947
          11             Office of Price Administration, 1937, 1944
          12             Proposed Investigation Process, 1950 Mar 24
          13             Proposed Method for Picking Corn Test. 1949 Aug 05
          14             South Carolina. 1944, 1946
          15             Thomas Reid, [n.d.]
          16        American Millers Association, [ca. 1941]
          17             1941 Jun-1942 May
                         Flour Enrichment, Sales Problems and Cost Savings 
                              Discussed by AMA, 1941 Jun
          18        American Society of Agricultural Engineers, 1981 Jun 21-24
                         Grinding Grain for Alcohol, 1981
          19             History of Grinding, 1981
          20             Roller Mills, 1981
          21             Roller Mills vs. Hammermills on Corn, 1981
          22        Anthem Life Insurance, 2003-2004                  
          23        Association of Operative Millers
                         1965 May 10, Minneapolis
          24             1973
          25             1980, Dallas
          26             1985, Cleveland
          27             1986, San Antonio
          28             1987, Toronto
          29             1992 May, San Diego
          30             1994 Jun, Calgary
          31             Frank Schidler interview, [n.d.]
          32             Royce O. Pence, Sr. interview, 1962 Mar
          33        B.F. Gump
                         Cloth Diagrams, 1931-1942
          34             Invoice, 1942 Oct 14
          35        Bankruptcy, 1982, 1987
          36        Barley Discount Sheet, [n.d.]
          37        Barnard & Leas Mfg.
                         Blueprints, [n.d.]
          38             Catalog and Order Forms, 1908 Nov 17
          39             Shipment, 1953 Mar 10
          40             Shipping Receipts, [n.d.]
          41        Bearing Headquarters, [n.d.]
          42        Bedford Mill, a.k.a. Lemon Milling Company, 1986
                         Fire, 1986
          43        Bleaching Flour Report, 1948 Jun 03
          44        Bleaching Its Application and Effects, [n.d.]                    
          45        Blitz Plan Consideration, [n.d.]
          46        C.O. Bartlett and Snow Company #1200 Corn Sheller, 1953 Jul 10
          47        C&H Manufacturing Company, [n.d.]
          48        Calendar Print Outs, 1989-1997
          49        California Walnut Shell, [n.d.]
          50        Central Rubber and Supply Co. Incorporation, [n.d.]
          51        Cereal Industry, 1989 Apr
          52        Cereal Processors, [n.d.]
          53-54     Clark County Bank, 1975 Jan 31

14        01        Comparing Chitwood Robertson Valuations, [n.d.]
          02        Congressional Rural Acts, [n.d.]
          03        Contacts, Robertson vs. Pennsylvania Railroad, [n.d.]
          04        Conti Commodity Services Market Letter, 1972 Dec 01
          05        Continental Grain Company Wheat Discounts, 1980 Jun 02
          06        Corn Sheller blueprint, 1952 Feb 06
          07        Correspondence Course in Practical Milling
                         Lesson #5, 1937
          08                  Questions, 1937
          09             Lesson #6, 1937
          10                  Questions, 1937
          11             Lesson #7, 1937
          12                  Questions, 1937
          13             Lesson #8, 1937
          14                  Questions, 1937
          15             Lesson #9, 1937
          16             Lesson #10, 1937
          17             Lesson #11, 1937 
                              Questions, 1937
          18             Lesson #12, 1937
          19             Payment Receipt, 1947 Feb 03
          20        Corpus Christi Elevator, [n.d.]
          21        Credit References, 1995 Jan 20
          22        Crop Report, 1997 Oct 30      
          23        Defense Supplies Corporation, 1943 Nov 23
          24        Delivery Slip, 1954 Jun 01
          25        Early Daniels Wheat Contract, Terms and Conditions, 1978
          26        Emmer Brothers Company, 1943 Jul 12
          27        Employee Announcements, 2004
          28        Envelopes with contact information
                         American Corn Millers Federation, [n.d.] 
          29             B.F. Gump Company, 1942 Oct
          30             Barnard & Leas, 1925, 1930
          31                  1942 Oct 12
          32             Clark County State Bank, 1975 Feb 04
          33             Colchester Processing and Company, 1967 
          34             Ewing Mill Company, [n.d.]
          35             Hillsboro, KS, 1974 Aug 16
          36             Merrill Lynch, Fenner, Pierce and Beane, 1952-1954
          37             Millers National Insurance Company, 1961-1966
          38             Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 1963-1964
          39             Pickering, Governor, 1922 Jul
          40             Robertson Corporation, 1966 Dec 31
          41                  1967, 1980
          42             Robertson Industries, [n.d.]
          43             Robinson Manufacturing. Company, 1942 Dec 05
          44             United States Dept of Justice, [n.d.]
          45             United States District Court Clerk, 1938 Apr 26
          46             United States House of Representatives, [n.d.]    
          47             W.H. Edwards, 1938 Aug 30
          48             William Hood Dunwoody Institute, 1947 Feb 03
          49             Witt Corrugating, 19 [??] Jun 26
          50        Eriez Manufacturing Company, [n.d.]
          51        Ewing Hotel, 1919 Dec 15                
          52        Ewing Mill Company, General, [n.d.]
          53             100 pound bags, 1944 Feb 09
          54             Ad, 1940 Jan 24
          55             Building Layout, [n.d.]
          56             Changes proposed, 1922 Sep 25
          57             Fire, 1942 Oct
          58             Flour, [n.d.]
          59             Flour, Manual for Enriching Flour, 1941 May 
          60             Flour Standards, 1941
          61             History of, [n.d.]
          62             Invoice, [n.d.]
          63             June Events at Ewing, [n.d.]  
          64             Lancaster Store, [n.d.]
          65             Operation Notes, 1962, 1966-1969
          66                  1970-1978
          67                  1981-1986  
          68                  1987-1991
          69                  1991-1997
          70             Research, 2001 Nov 29
          71             Stationary samples, [n.d.]    

15        01        Extender Sales Report
                         Original, 1995 Dec 01
                         Revised, 1996 Aug 27
          02        Farm Program Enrollment, 1983
          03        FDA Extraction, 1946, 1952, 1954-1955
                         Determination of Insect Damaged Corn, 1955 Jun 23
          04             Herman Fakler, 1952 Jul 31
          05             Insect Fragment, 1950 Sep, Oct
          06             Max B VanOsdol, 1946 Dec 30
          07             Pearl Meal, 1954-1955
          08             Report of Analysis, 1954 Oct 21
          09             Sample from first dresser, 1955 Jun 25
          10             Simulated F&D inspection, 1954 Dec 04
          11             Techniques for Determining Insect Fragments, [n.d.]
          12        FDR Poem, 1938
          13        Feedstuffs 
                         Analysis Table, 1963
          14             Editions, 1954 Jan 16
          15                  1964 Jan 25
          16                  1972 Oct
          17                  1985 Mar 25
          18                  1985 Jun 03
          19                  1985 Jun 10                   
          20        Feed and Grain, 1997 Jan
          21        Glu-X, General, 1965, 1999
          22             1986 Summary
          23             October Review, [n.d.]
          24             Preliminary Calendar Cover and Presentation, 2000, [n.d.]
          25        Gluing from India Comments, 1991 Jul 13 
          26        Grain Elevator, 1941-1954
          27        Grain Market, [19??] Nov 15
          28        Guidelines for Mill Value, 1982 Dec 31
          29        Habig, Arnold F., 1999 Mar 30
          30        History of Ewing, [n.d.]
          31        History of Robertson, [n.d.]
          32        HR Williams, [n.d.]
          33        Indiana Grain Feed Association
                         Annual Meeting, 1982-1984
          34             Grain Grading School, 1993 Jun 09
          35        Indiana Historical Society Robertson 100 year anniversary, 1981, 
                         1998
          36        Indiana Inventory Tax, 2003
          37        Indiana Millers State Association, 1938 Aug 12
          38        Indiana Port Commission, [n.d.]
          39        Initial USDA Forecast, 1979
          40        Interoffice Communication, 1959, 1966             
          41        Jackson County
                         ASC, 1983, 1986
          42             Community Foundation, 1994 Oct 29-31
          43             Court, Elevator Summons, 2004 Jan 05
          44             Grain Harvested, 1959
          45             History Index, [n.d.]
          46             Indiana, History of, [n.d.]
          47        Jeffersonville, [n.d.]
                         Equipment, [n.d.]
          48        John R. Canine and Son, [n.d.]
          49        Journal of Commerce, [n.d.]
                         General, 1972 Sep 27
          50             Business/Finance, 1972 Sep
          51             Crops, 1972 Sep 12
          52             European Commodity, 1972 Sep 19
          53             Gold, 1972 Sep 22
          54             Inside Soviet Grain Deal, 1972 Sep 11-21
          55             International Crises, 1972 Sep 17, 20 
          56             International Grain Trade Strike, 1972 Sep 12
          57             Nixon's Oil Crisis, 1972 Sep 21
          58             Soviet Grain Purchase, 1972 Sep 07, 18
          59             Sugar, 1972 Sep 18
          60        June Acreage and Livestock Survey, [n.d.]
          61        Kansas State College 
                         Department of Agricultural Economics
                              Future Trading in Farm Products, [n.d.]
          62             Department of Economics and Sociology
                              Movements of Kansas City Wheat Receipts, [n.d.]
          63             Net Exports of Wheat and Flour, [n.d.]
          64             Storage Capacity of Grain Elevators at Important Centers, 1937
                              Apr 28
          65             Wheat: Average Price at Liverpool and Kansas City and  Net
                              Exports, [n.d.]
          66             Wheat: Prices, Price Margins, Tariff Level and Imports, [n.d.]
          67             World Import Duties on Grain and Its Products, 1937 Apr 28
          68        Kentuckiana Egg Marketing Cooperative, 1959 May 05
          69        Keynes Bros, 1999 Oct 12
          70        Kurolite, [n.d.]
          71        Lamour Baking Lectures, [n.d.]
          72        Licensed and Borded Warehouses Operating Under Kansas Law,
                         1939-1940
          73        Lo-Sat Diet Eggs, [n.d.]
          74        Look at Capital Spending Needs, 1995 Aug 18
          75        Matlock, Joel H., [n.d.]

16        01        Mechanical Sketching, [n.d.]
          02        Medicated Animal Feed, 1963-1965
          03        Mill Blueprint, [n.d.]
          04        Mill Company Suit, 1887 Sep 10
          05        Miller's National Federation, 1943 Nov
          06        Millfeeds, [n.d.]
                         A Value For Feeders...A Challenge To Millers, [n.d.]
          07             Contact Information, [n.d.]
          08             Midds, 1981-1982                    
          09        Milling, General, 1996 Jun-Jul
          10        Modern Feeder, list of names, [n.d.]
          11        Mortons Salt, [n.d.]
          12        Moving Expenses, Jeffersonville, [n.d.]
          13        National Association of Wheat Growers, 1988 Jun 17
          14        Newspaper Clippings
                         1977-1978
          15             1979-1980
          16             1981-1982
          17             1983
          18             1984
          19             1986
          20             1987-1988
          21             1989
          22             1990-1991
          23             1992-1993
          24             1994
          25             1995-1996 
          26             1997-1999
          27             Brownstown Banner
                              1979 Oct 31
          28                  1983 Jul 13
          29             Brownstown Fire, 1986 Aug 07, 09
          30             Daily Times-Mail, 1958 Dec 31-1972 Oct 19
          31             Ewing Mill, [n.d.]
                              General, 1945, 1955
          32                  Ads, 1881, 1897
          33                  Construction of, 1881, 1888
          33                  Deed, 1881 Mar 24
          35                  Ewing Firm, 1881 Jan 27
          36                  Exposition Mills, 1881, 1888
          37             Indy Star, Soviet Grain Purchase, 1972 Sep 16, Oct 09
          38             Jeffersonville Post Office, 1964-1994
          39             Prairie Farmer, 1959 Apr 18
          40             Roberston Corporation, 100 year anniversary, 1981 Apr 01-May 16
          41             Robertson Corporation, History of Mill, 1965-1975
          42             Robertson Ownership Transfer, 2004 Mar 05
          43             Robertson Speaks, 2000 Dec 07
          44             Roscoe Robertson Obituary, [n.d.]
          45             Seymour Fire, 1944 Feb 18
          46                  1978 Mar 31-Apr 01
          47             Siemer Milling, 2004 Mar 03-04
          48             Smithsonian, 1979 Oct 31, Nov 24
          49             The Owen Leader, 1961 Feb 09
          50             Timber, 2003 Feb 14
          51             Wall Street Journal, [n.d.]
                              Continental Grain, 1972 Sep 20
          52                  Crop Prices, 1972 Sep 19
          53                  Inflation/Scandal, 1972 Sep 25
          54             Merchants Grain Incorporation, 1990 Sep 20
          55             Midwest Cash Grain, 1988 Jun 28
          56             Task Force Approves Initial Drought Relief, 1988 Jun 02
          57             USDA Relaxes Rules for Selling Hay, 1988 Jun 27
          58        News Wire Report
                         General, 19 [??] Sep 25-Dec 28
          59             CBT, 1983
          60             Cornmodities
                              Above Average Yields, 1984 Aug 21
          61                  Disease, 19[??] Sep 21
          62                  Domestic, 1983 Oct- Nov
          63                  International, [n.d.]
          64             Dairy Bill Provision, 1983 Nov 30
          65             Grain, [n.d.]
                              Chicago/Kansas City/Washington Price Closings, [n.d.]
          66                  Exports, 1972
          67                  Feed Program, [n.d.]
          68                  Late Grain Review, [n.d.]
          69                  Trade, 1972 Sep-Dec
          70                  Under Loan, 1972 Oct 31-Nov 30
          71             Silver and Gold, 19[??] Sep 22-Dec 29
          72             Soybeans, [n.d.]
          73                  Domestic, 19[??] Sep 15-Dec 04
                              International Markets, 19[??] Sep 26
          74                  Peru, 19[??] Dec 22
          75             US Ag Policy, 19[??] Sep 21-Dec 14
          76             US Soviet Relations, 19[??] Sep 13-Nov 24
          77             Weather Report, 1983 Aug 31-Sep 01
          78             Wheat 
                              Acreage, 1972
          79                  Credit Commodity Corp, 19[??] Sep 13-Dec 22
          80                  International Markets, 1977 Sep 15-Dec 18
          81                  Subsidy, 19[??] Sep 15-Dec 29
                              
17        01        Nickle Earcorn and Cob Crushers Report Sheet, 1954 May 20
          02        Nordyke Marmon Swing Swifter, 1898 Jul 05
          03        Notes on Wheat, [n.d.]
          04        Orville Freeman, 1966 Jul 22
          05        Pennsylvania Railroad Jeffersonville Lease, 1964 Jan 20
          06        Phil Robertson Paper, [n.d.]
          07        Phil Robertson's Travels, 1987 Oct-1989 Apr
          08        Potential Southern Pine Plywood Mills, 1997 Sep 01
          09        Price Administration, Office of, 1943 Mar 12
          10             1943 May 11
          11             1943 Dec 27
          12        Producers Affadavit, 1934 Aug 13
          13        Products
                         Ceiling Prices, Corn, 1944 Jan 27
          14             Ceiling Prices, Flour, Kansas City & Minneapolis, 
                              1943 Aug 29-1944 Jan 18
          15        Purina-Ralston Purchase, 1964 Sep 08
          16             1994 Jul 12                   
          17        R.R. Kirkpatrick and Company, [n.d.] 
                         #1200 Sheller, [n.d.]
          18             Change of Address, [n.d.]
          19             Newsletters, 1954 Aug 08
          20             Unit Pricing Description, [19??] Mar-Jun
          21        Report References/Citations, 1937-1939
          22        Robertson, Charles A., 1874 Mar 04
          23             Biography, [n.d.]
          24             Estate, 1919-1920
          25        Robertson Corporation,  Fall Notes, 1979
          26             100th Anniversary, 1981
          27             Activities, [n.d.]
          28             April Notes, 1964 Apr 10, 24
          29             Bernard Perry Conference Notes, 1959 Apr 03
          30             Bruce Deless Retirement, 1993 Jan 22
          31             Certificate of Analysis, [n.d.]
          32             Considerations for 1959
          33             Contract Details, [n.d.]
          34             Conveyance of Water Rights, 1934 Oct 19
          35             Covering Banking Procedures, 1989 Jun 03
          36             Customer/Contact Data , [n.d.]
          37             Employee Confidentiality Agreement, 1998
          38                  1999 Nov 08
          39                  2000 Jan 05
          40                  2003
          41                  2004
          42             Freightway, 1992 Mar 23
          43             Invoice, [n.d.]
          44             IRA Adoption, 2004 Feb 02
          45             Key Employees, [n.d.]
          46             Letterheads, [n.d.]
          47             Mills using Extender, 1984 Dec 20
          48             Monroe County Lockbox, 2004 Aug 16
          49             Notes, Figures, [n.d.]
          50             Patent Numbers, [n.d.]
          51             Plans for Corporate Stock Transfer, 2004 Jun 03
          52             Plans for Stock Transfer, 2004 May 12
          53             Profit Improvements, 1971 May
          54             Resumes, [n.d.]
          55             Robertson Lease/Rental Agreement, 2004 Jan 28
          56             Situation Observations, 1991 Jun 30
          57             Straight Bill of Lading, [n.d.]
          58             Tentative Plant Pricing, 2003 Jan 02 
          59                  2004 Jan 02
          60             Triple-R, 1960
          61             Trip to Indianapolis, 1979 Jul 13
          62             US Patent and Trademark Office
                              Glu-X, 1997 Mar 25
          63                  Pan-X, 1997 May 06
          64        Robertson Family Write-Up, [n.d.]

18        01        Robertson, Joe E.
                         Angel Food Cake, Milling Problem, [19??] Apr 20
          02             Bakery Term Paper, [n.d.]
          03             Bleaching Its Application and Effects, [n.d.]
          04             Bleaching References, 1938 Sep 26
          05             Cereal Chemistry Notes, [n.d.]
          06             Do we appreciate the value of the millfeed, 1963 Jun 10
          07             Experiment 7-8, 1939 Mar 28, Apr 04
          08             Experiment 9-10, 1939 Apr 11, 18
          09             Experiment 11, 1939 Apr 25
          10             Experiment 11, Notes, [ca. 1939]
          11             Experiment 12, 1939 May 08
          12             Flour Class Notes, [n.d.]
          13             Flour Recipes, [n.d.]
          14             Kansas State University Course Work, 1936-1940
                              Advanced Wheat and FlourTesting, 1940
          15-17               Class Notes, 1936-1940
          18                  Colloid Chemistry, 1940
          19                  Colormetric pH, 1940
          20                  Electrometric pH, 1940
          21                  Quality of Wheat Control, 1940
          22                  Wheat and Flour Testing, 1940 May 13
          23                  Wheat and Flour Testing, [ca. 1940]
          24             Kansas State University Alpha Mu
                              General, [n.d.]
          25                  Introduction, 1939
          26                  Northwestern Miller, 1940 Jan 06
          27             Kansas State University Milling Class Work 
                              2nd Millers report, 1938 May 09
          28                  Action of Phosphates in Bread Dough, 1939 Apr 20
          29                  Assistant Bolters Report, 1938 Feb 21
          30                  Bleaching Agents and their effect, 1938 May 18
          31                  Bleaching Term Paper, 1939 Jan 15
          
19        01                  Bolters Report, 1937 Oct 11
          02                       1938 Jan 10
          03                       1938 Jan 24
          04                       1938 Mar 20
          05                  Bolting Cloth Study, 1938 Oct 24
          06                  Bran Dusters and Bleachers, 1938 Apr 11
          07                  Changes in Stored Flour, 1939 May 09
          08                  Effect of Extraction on a Mount and Size Distribution of
                                   Middlings, 1938 Dec 19
          09                  Effect of Malt Syrup, 1939 Mar 22
          10                  Effect of Proofing Time, 1939 Feb 07
          11                  Effect of Varying Differential on First Break, 1938  Feb 14
          12                  Effect of Varying the Age of the Dough, 1939 Feb 21    
          13                  Effect of Varying Setting Splitter Rolls, 1938 May 02
          14                  Effect of Varying Sponge Age, 1939 Feb 28
          15                  Fineness of flour, 1938 Oct 28
          16                  Graham Flour Report, 1937 Nov 01
          17                  Grinders Report, 1937 Sep 20
          18                       1937 Oct 25
          19                       1937 Dec 06
          20                  Influence of Starch on Strength of Wheat Flour, [n.d.]
          21                  Magnitude of Replication Error, 1939 Mar 14
          22                  Milling I, 1937
          23                  Milling and Baking Qualities of Indiana Soft Wheat, 1940
                                   Jan 29
          24                  Milling Lab, 1936 Dec 07
          25                       1937 Jan 09
          26                  Milling Practice, [n.d.]
          27                  Packers Report, 1937 Oct 04
          28                       1937 Nov 08
          29                       1938 Jan 03
          30                  Purifier Floor, 1937 Nov 22
          31                  Purifier and Floor Sampling Report, 1938 Jan 17
          32                  Smutters Report, 1937 Dec 13
          33                       1938 Feb 28
          34                  Varying Percentage of Yeast, 1930 Mar 07
          35             Library Call Slips, 1937 
          36             Personal Correspondence, 1939-1940
          37             Personal Correspondence, 2000-2002
          38             Pie Crusts, 19[??] Mar 02
          39             Plain Cake, 19[??] Apr 03
          40             Reference Cards, 1921-1938
          41             Yellow Cake, 1940 Mar 16-25

20        01        Robertson Family 
                         Joe Robertson, Jr. (Rob), MBA Paper, 1995
          02                  Exhibits, 1995
          03             Robertson, John B., 1971 Sep 13
          04             Robertson, John H., 2002 Jan 17
          05             Robertson, Richard Robert
                              Alpha Mu, Alpha Zeta certificates, 1954
          06-08               Entomology, 1954 Feb 10
          09                  Some Industrial Uses for Corn Cobs, 1953 May 07
          10             Robertson, Richard S., Stock 1944 Nov-Dec 
          11        Schafstall Builders, [n.d.]
          12        Scott, John, [n.d.]
          13-19     Sepro-X, [n.d.]
          20        Seymour Mill
                         City of Seymour Records, [n.d.]
                              Building Sketches, [n.d.]
          21                  Facility Appraisal, 1992 Aug 
          22                  Sale of Property, 1992, 1993 Mar
          23                       1993 Mar 03
          24                       1993 Aug, Oct
          25                       1993 Oct 06
          26                       1993, 1994
          27                       1994 Sep
          28                       1994 Oct 26
          29                       1994 Oct 31
          30                       1994, 1995
          31             Eli Lilly Grant, 1992 Dec 31
          32             Jackson County Community Foundation, 1992, 1993
          33                  Agenda, 1995 Jun 16
          34                  Joes Comment, 1993 Jan 20
          35                  Offer to Purchase Real Estate, 1994 
          36             Memo, 1993
          37             Progress Report, 1992 Aug-Sep

21        01        Shareholder Minutes, 1996, 2003-2004
          02        Shields Mill, 1881 Oct 06
          03        Siemer Milling, [n.d.]
                         Asset Sale DocumentDiscussion, 2004 Jan 28
          04             Confidentiality Agreement , [n.d.]
          05             Installment Promissory Note,  2007 Jan 27
          06             Lease, 2004 Feb 27
          07             Lease Draft, 2004 Feb 27
          08             Press Release, [n.d.]
          09             Robertson Products, [n.d.]
          10             Robertson Signs Agreement, 2004 Mar 12
          11             Sale of Assets, 2004 Jan
          12             Sale Index, 2004 Feb 24
          13             Siemer, 2004
          14        Smithsonian Donation Deed of Gift, 1980 Feb 26
          15        Sparks Commodities Inc, 1986 Oct
          16        Spray-X 
                         Shipment, 1990 Jun
          17             Corn Flour Percentage, 1989
          18             Delivered, 1991-1996
          19             Hammons Company Memo, 1996 Aug 24
          20             Plans to simplify production, 2004 Aug 10
          21             Sepro Spells Survival, [n.d.]
          22        Sprout-Waldron, [n.d.]
          23        Steven Mowdy Medical Bills, 2003 Dec 08-10
          24        Stock Share, 1921-1968  
          25        Stone City Bank, 2003 Nov 28
          26        Technical Advisory Committee, 1949
          27        Telford Mill Auction, 1988
          28        Time to consider our goals for the year, 2000
          29        Toledo Flour Mill Notes, 1977 Sep 
          30        U. S. Department of Ag
                         Referendum, Wheat, 1964
          31             U. S. District Court, 1964 Jan
          32             U. S. Wheat Production, 1983
          33                  1989-1991 
          34             U.S. Wheat Production Estimate, 1977 Oct 20
          35             Wayman, James W., [n.d.] 
          36             Wenger Manufacturing, 1973 Dec 19
          37        Wheat 
                         Wheat Crop Report, 1978
          38                  1979
          39                  1980
          40                  1981 Nov 03                   
          41             Wheat Growers Report, 1995 Nov 28
          42             Wheat Inventory, 1985 Jul 12
          43                  1996
          44             Wheat, Mill Performance, 1971 Apr
          45             Wheat Needs Study, 1994 Mar 31
          46             Wheat Notes, 1994 Apr 15
          47             Wheat Operational Practices, [n.d.]
          48             Wheat Outlook for 1984-1985
          49             Wheat Outlook and Situation, 1981 Feb
          50             Wheat Prices, 1979 May
          51             Wheat Production Records, 1995 Sep 01
          52             Winter Wheat Production, 1981 Apr 09
          53        Williamette Valley Company
                         Advertisements , [n.d.]
          54             Confidential Perception of Consulting Activities, [n.d.]
          55             Confidentiality Agreement, [n.d.]
          56             Fees, [n.d.]
          57             Offer to Purchase, 19[??] Sep 17
          58             Schedule, [n.d.]
          59        Wolf Company
                         Agreement, 1950
          60             Cob Mill Paper, [n.d.]
          61             Interoffice Communication, 1950 Jun 28

					Photographs (1900-1999)

22        01        APA, Duluth, MN, 1992 Dec
                         Inside and Outside of Building
          02        American Flour Bags, Cleveland, TX, 1993 Mar
          03        Architectural Forest Products, Two Rivers, WI, 1993 Sep
          04        Arkansas Blending and Bagging Plant, North Little Rock, AR
                         1993 Apr 23 + negatives
          05             1993 Apr 24
          06        Bags, Glu-X,  [n.d.]
                         Stacked Bags on a Baltimore & Ohio Railroad car
          07        Bedford/Robertson Mill, Bedford, IN, 1954, w/negatives
          08        Bessemer Plywood, Bessemer, MI, 1993 Sep
                         Amber Milling Bag
          09        Birchwood Lumber and Veneer, Birchwood, WI, 1993 Sep
                         Parking Lot Outside of Building
          10        Boise Cascade Corp LVL Plant, Boyce, LA, 1995 Jul
                         Construction Site
                         Banquet
          11        Borden Chemical, Alexandria, LA, 1993 Jul
                         Containers
                         Building Loading Dock
          12        Borden Chemical Plant, Sheboygan, WI, 1994 Apr
                         Warehouse
          13        Brownstown, IN, 1939 Dec 22
                         On Front: Compliments of George W. Gunder Going Away
                         Picture Brownstown, IN, 1939 Dec 22, to W.R. Butt
                         On Back:(Geo. & Amy Gunder and grandaughter Janet ) 
          14        Buehler Mill, Ecuador, 1996 Feb, 1997 Jan
                         Taken from the old glue loft, floor of old glue loft is about
                              6feet off floor of plant. Bins for extender (white)
                              and filler (brown). Small yellow mess grill covers
                              and mixer shaft, 1996 Feb
                         Mixing area where all materials are mixed together. This is
                              with safety yellow gate closed. If the gate is open
                              unit must be reset from control panel. Notice
                              location of yellow gloves as in relationship to other
                              pictures showing the gloves, 1996 Feb
                         Shows depth of bin for extender at top and pumps for resin
                              and water, 1996 Feb
                         Control panel and steps to fill bins of extender and filler. Bin
                              behind control panel is filler, 1996 Feb
                         Control Panel, 1996 Feb 
                         Punch Clears C323 milled by Cargill sold by Composition
                              Materials, Culpeper, VA Hancock, VT-Chesapeake
                              Hardwood 100 lbs bags, 1997 Jan 
                         Dominator milled by Cargill Sold by: Composition Material,
                              Culpepper, VA From: Chesapeake Hardwood
                              Products, Hancock, VT, 1997 Jan
                         Bradford, VT- Bradford Veneer Panel Co., 1997 Jan
                         Hancock, VT-Chesapeake Hardwood Products, 1997 Jan
                         Rutland, VT-Rutland Plywood, 1997 Jan
                         Punch Clear 185 Milled by Cargill.  Sold by Composition
                              Materials Culpeper, VA Picture taken at Bradford,
                              VT- Bradford veneer and Panel Co., 1997 Jan
                         Outside Mill
                         Inside Mill, White pipe, Series of blue pipes, Orange
                              Pulleys, Control Panels, Yellow pipes, Overhead of
                              Plant, Series of large white pips, Concrete Floor,
                              White wall, Stacks of Cloth, Labs
                         Control Panels, Joe Robertson(on left), unidentified (on right)
                         Two men (centered) standing between large black doors,
                              and a wooden piece of furniture
                         Two men standing in front of cabinets and paper supplies
                         Two men standing behind white pipe
                         Two men, one (far right) the other (far left) putting bags together
          15        Building, Construction, RMI Building, [n.d.]
                         Wooden structure of building
                         Paneling
                         Unidentified man (gray hat, blue shirt)
                         Water pipes
                         Inside of unfinished building
                         Three people walking up ramp to look at building
                         Garage Doors
          16        Bulk Bagging System, RMI, 1998 Sep 12
                         Large white bags, between two panels
                         Truck
                         Two wooden pallets
                         White Bags surrounded by bags of Glu-X
                         Unfocused picture paper
          17        Bulking Bagging System, Ewing and RMI, 1998 Oct
                         Generator with a chain
                         Red piece of metal, pulley system on left
                         Suspension of white bag from metal hooks, Glu-x in
                              background
                         Suspension of white bag from metal hooks, brick wall
                              background
                         Group of white Glu-x bags
                         Filling station for Glu-x bags
                         White Glu-x bags
                         Glux-X bags situated between two wooden panels
                         Two wooden crates
                         Semi-truck (Broyhill) in front of mill
                         Semi-truck (Ashby) in gront of mill
          18        C. D. Bates & Associates, Inc., Orange, TX, 1992 May
                         CD Bates flour (last pallet of bad flour) Willamette
                         Dodson, LA By Kit Wells, 1992 May
                         Company branding of flour, 1992 May
                         Permanent Marker on bag, 1992 May
                         Stack of bags, 1992 May
          19             1992, Offices
                              CD bates home in Orange, TX
                              Street of sign of Huntwick, which is street of home
                                   of CD bates in Orange, TX, 1992 
                              Home of CD Bates in Orange , TX, 1992 
                              Bates Plaza, 1992
                              Orange, TX, 1992
                              Plaza is made up of three of or four stores and CD
                                   Bates offices is around to side, 1992
                              CD Bates Office Orange, TX, 1992
                              CD Bates and Assoc. offices are around to right of
                                   building, 1992
                              CD Bates Offices Orange, TX (Office entrance is
                                   behind tree)
          20             1994 Oct, Exhibit, San Antonio, TX
                              CD Bates exhibit, Bates Bag (center)
                              White metallic structure
                              Close-up of CD Bates bags
                              Medium CD Bates bag, "Its in the bag," "Ph
                                   901-522-8350" (upside-down) White railing,
                                   background (burlap sleeves)
                                   "Agitators"/"Light"
                              Large CD Bates Bag, Two directors chairs (far left)
                              Side shot (close-up) of air pressure system
          21        Chesapeake Harwood Products Inc., Hancock, VT, 1993 Nov
                         Picture from Chesapeake Hardwood Products, Inc. in
                              Hancock, VT Sample NO. #CGCHP
          22        Columbia Forest, Chatham, VA, 1993 Mar
                         2nd clears sold by WILVALCO, 1993 Mar
                         Chatham, VA-Columbia Forest Products, 1993 Mar
                         Bags of Flour "Clears FL, 1993 Mar 03
                         Corroded Green Metallic Bin, 1993 Mar
          23        Cot Plywood, Whitehill, NY, 1994 Feb
                         COT Plywood Whitehill, NY Stacks of Bags, 1994 Feb
          24        Cumberland Forest Product, London, KY, 1994 Jan
                         Bleached Malted Bromated 
                         Stacks of bags
                         Close up of bag ("AL111732B")
                         Building (brown paneling), two garage doors
                         Parking Lot
          25        Darlage, Archie, Broken Wagon, 1987 Jun, w/negatives
                         Dump Truck
                         Unleashing of grain from truck
          26        Davidson Plyform, Inc., Grand Rapids, MI, 1994 Apr
                         Building
          27        Diamond Jim Brady
                         "Diamond Jim" Brad, Kentucky Derby, ca. 1955
          28        Dillard Mill, 1995 May
                         Unidentified man standing in middle, pulleys to right
                         Pulley (stack of Glu-x bags in background)
          29        Dixie Mill, Madisonville, TN, 1991 Sep
                         Courthouse , Madisonville, TN
                         (looking for Dixie Mill in Madisonville, TN)
                         Dixie Mill, Madisonville, TN
                         (mill burned to ground)
          30        Donated Equipment, 1980 Mar 20
                         Purifier sent to Smithsonian 1980 Mar 20 
                         Allis-Gary 9x18
                         Rollstand sent to Smithsonian 1980 Mar 20
          31        Encore Flour, Moncure, NC, 1993 Mar
                         Stacks of encore flour
          32        Encore Products, Weyerhaeuser, Millport, AL, 1994 Jul
                         Bag of flour
                         Close up of bag of Flour
                         Curled over bag of flour
                         Stacks of flour bags
						 
23        01        Equipment, [n.d.]
                         Francis "Fess" Malloy working at a Wolf Roller Mill, Size 
                              9x30, the mill was bought in Jefferson City, MO for
                              the Cob Mill
                         Grinder, 2 copies
          02        Equipment, Blending, 1998 Mar 02
                         Interior of Mill
                         Green bucket and a fan
                         Gray funnel, red poles
                         Orange forklift
          03-04     Ewing Blending Plant Construction, 1995 Feb-1996 Feb, w/negatives 
                         Excavation
                         Basement
                         Concrete forms
                         Pouring Concrete
                         Foundations & concrete walls finished. Trusses and lumber
                              arrived 1st framing erected
                         There was no part of office (except floor when that started
                              at 08:00 this morning
                         Three tanks
                         13 Amish working today
                         They put in Kelley dock and strip door today
                         Large tank
                         Tony Graff Finished. All motors operational. MERCI not
                              quite finished.  JD Wellons here
                         1996 Jan-Feb, Snow
                              Mill
                              Loading Doc
                              Aerial View
                              Bin
                              Wide view of mill
                              Wide view of mill, truck
          05        Glu-X, 3 million C. W. T., 1995 Dec 15
                         Truck Loading, 1996 Aug 16
                         Cob Shed demolish, 1999 Nov 03
          06        Ewing Mill, 1900
                         Men standing on the porch in front of mill
                         Horse Drawn carriages, logs and mill
                         Ewing Mill Co., Ewing (Brownstown), Indiana about 1893
                              wagons pictured here belonged to customers from 7
                              counties. They had come to "toll exchange" wheat
                              and corn for flour and corn meal and to trade in
                              stock (note stock pens in foreground). Wood was
                              for mill boiler which burned wood at the time. There
                              was no grain elevator building-all the grain was
                              handled in sacks. Charlie Robertson (great
                              Grandfather of Robbie Robertson) was one of the
                              mill owners together will W.R. Bolles, Jonathon
                              Robertson and  a Mr. Scott. The Buildings in the
                              background-left to right-are the Livery Stable, The
                              Ewing Hotel and the B&O RR Water Tank.  
                         Scenes like this inspired Grandma Moses. Pictured Above is
                              a view of the Ewing Mill Company which was
                              probably taken sometime before 1900. The company
                              was organized in the spring of 1881 by Charles A.
                              Robertson, W.R. Bolles, J.W. Wayman and Capt.
                              John Scott. During that summer a building was
                              constructed at a cost of about $15,000. Operation
                              was started in October 1881, on both the wheat
                              flour and corn mill. The mill had been steam
                              powered and grinding was done on Buhr Stones.
                              The capacity was about eighty barrels per day. The
                              main building of the plant was a brick strucuture
                              36x50 feet and an...
                         Ewing Mill Co. ca. 1900 C.A. Robertson on right side of
                              door. Roscoe M. on left side. 
                         Ewing Mill Co. Ca. 1900 (probably 1890s) C.A. Robertson
                              on right side of door Roscoe M. Robertson on left
                              side of door. Copy by Indiana Historical Society
                              Lab Nov. 1998 
          07        Ewing Mill, Pre-1930
                         Ewing, Indiana about 1915. Picture was taken behind what 
                              is now  Wessel Small Engines & Hardware. It was
                              then W.R. Bolles Giant Merchandise Center. It was
                              a great day for W.R. seated in the car. His
                              salesman, Marion Gray--the man behind the wheel
                              of the BRUSH automobile-had nearly 40 for the
                              McCormick Reapers pictured. Marion Gray was an
                              inventor blacksmith who an early patent on
                              automobile freewheeling transmission. Bruce Hller,
                              Bill Miller, and Frank Graham stand (left to right) in
                              front. R.S. Dick Robertson is the youngster directly
                              above Graham, peeping over a blade. Jonathon
                              "Jont" Robertson, right rear, in a derby hat stands
                              atop a binder.
                         Ewing Mill Co. between 1904 when Elevator was built and
                              1918 when the "B" section was added to the
                              Elevator. B Note the new brick section behind the
                              office. The fresh lumber might be left over from
                              construction of this addition. Joe remembers mixing
                              Hoosier Mineral Calcium Carbonate and other
                              minerals for livestock in this building. 
                         Ewing Mill Co. and Employees: Note the Elevator building
                              built in 1903. It is thought that the tall man at left is
                              C.A. Robertson and that third from left Nosey
                              McOsker (McOscar?) From a post card mailed Jul 18, 1911
                              from Ewing Ind; To Ed Robertson, Sparksville, Ind
                              Signed C.A. Robertson
                              Copied by Indiana Historical Society lab Nov. 1998
                         Ewing Mill Co. prior to 1904. Note new porch roof and
                              new office (left center) . the house (right) belonged
                              to (Livingston) "Livvy" Robertson. He did not own
                              any part of Ewing Mill Co. but built a feed mill on
                              the other side of railroad
          08        Ewing Mill, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1979, 2003
                         Ca. Mid 1930's. Man is Joe E. Robertson. 
                         Ca. 1950 (mote cob shed behind "B" section of Elevator.
                              The truck driver second from right is Alfred "Tiny"
                              Sunderman. The "driver" of the four from right is
                              Charles R "Buck" Robertson. The autos are
                              Studebaker Champions. The sign on the near
                              Studebaker advertises Triple-R Dog Food. 
                         Ewing Mill ca. 1954
                         Ewing Mill, 1943 Apr 24
                              Rebuilt after fire of 1942 Oct 01. Note fire debris
                              on grass. some? Poles? Note Master Mix sign on
                              Red Shed RRR, 2003 May 28 
                         Ewing Mill, Brownstown, IN, 1979. Car parked in front of
                              Mill  Bloomington Elev. Leased to Ewing Mill Co.
                              note 1940's Studebaker + negative
          09             1973 May 01, 1994
                              Overhead Shot of Mill
                              Blue Building, White Robertson Corp. Sign
                              The coldest day in Brownstown history
          10             Construction, Metal Building, 1967
                              Mill
                              Wood Planks
                              Foundation
                              Warehouse, including laboratory and directors room
                                   added to Ewing Mill, 1967 Jun
          11             Removing Chimney, 1965 Apr 08
                              The old chimney, no longer in use, was leaning and
                                   in danger of falling on to railroad, 1965 Apr 01
                              Crane, 1965 Apr 01
                              Wooden Structure, 1965 Apr 08
                              Top of Chimney, 1965 Apr 01 (Color)
                              Bottom of Chimny, 1965 Apr 01 
          11        Ewing Mill, Removing Chimney 
                         Top of Chimney, Two men removing bricks, 1965 Apr 01
                         Chimney, 1965 Apr 01
                         Mill, 1965 Apr 01
                         Mill, 1965 Apr 01 (Color)
                         Just before inactive brick smokestack was torn down, 1965 Apr 01
          12        Fire, 1979 Oct
                         Fire
          13        First Export of Glu-X, 1968 Feb, w/negatives
                         Over-wrapped Glu-X bag showing export stenciling and tag
                         Will Hackler, Charlie Barnett, Les Meadors, Roscoe
                              Wingler, Larry Stoat
                         Phil Robertson with overwrapped bag of Glu-X
                         First Export car of Glu-X: Larry Stout, Les Meadors,
                              Charlie Barnett, Will Hackler, Roscoe Wingler
                         Les Meadors, Charlie Barnett, Will Hackler, Larry Stout,
                              Roscoe Wingler
                         L-R Dick, Joe, Buck Robertson
          14        Forest Ply Industries, Kincheloe, MI, 1991 Dec
                         Bags
          15        Georgia Pacific Corp, Monroeville, AL, 1992 Aug
                         ICM Corn Flour sold by Robertson Corp (first shipment)
                         Stack of Bags
          16        Georgia-Pacific Resins, Inc., Vienna, GA, 1993 Jun 06
                         J.P. Wellons & Marcia 
                         Virginia R., Rewalts (Brenda & Jim), Vienna Rededication
                              of GP Chemical Complex
                         Tour of Complex
                         Conference
          17        Glu-X, 1967
                         Women standing on top of a ladder with Glu-X bag on top
          18        Glu-X Exhibit, [n.d.]
                         Women standing in front of Glu-X posters
                         Man sitting with family at a table
                         Glu-X Poster
                         People Gathering in a room
                         Siemer White Flour
          19        Greenwood Roller Mills, Greenwood, SC, 1992 Jul
                         Glu-X MMP at Old Fort, notice plywood between pallets
                              Columbia, Carolina Old Fort, NC Greenwood Roller Mills 
                         Gold Bond (7 percent shell flour)
                         Greenwood Roller Mills
                         Bags
          20        Harris-Tarkett, Johnson City, TN, 1994 Apr
                         Surrounding area of facilities
                         Facility
          21        Hartco Facility, Somerset, KY, 1994 Jan
          22        Infestation, Grain Moth, 1991 Jun 07
                         Infested Wood
          23        Jeffersonville, 1954
                         Front of Mill
                         Jeffersonville Ca. 1954 Hubert Morrow in driveway
          24        Jim Sauders Wood Specialties, Park Fall, WI, 1993 Sep
                         Facility
          25        Loading Truck
                         Man standing to the right of a Loading Truck
          26        Louisiana Pacific Corporation, Logansport, LA, 1992 Oct
                         Glue Loft
                         ICM Corn Floor sold by Robertson Corporation
                         Moisture Checker
          27        Machinery (Come back to all) + negatives
                         Restoring, 1981-1982
          28             Restoring, 1986 Sep 06
          29             Used Surplus, 1999 Jul 16
          30        Martco Plywood Company, Chopin, LA, 1995 Jul
                         Construction Site of the Company
          31        Maxie, Millard, 1973 Aug 13
                         Millard is awarded Diploma from AOM Correspondence
                              Course
                         Charles "Buck", Joe Robertson, Millard Maxie, Phil & Dick
                              Robertson Pictured: Left to Right
          32        Meadors, Les, 1965 May 20
                         Les Meadors, Miller at Ewing when the mill started making
                              Glu-X, 1965 May 20       
          33        Mill in School House, Reynolds, IN, 1995
                         Front of School building
                         Mill at back of school building
          34        Milner Milling Company, Barnesville, GA, 1994 Aug 15
                         Facility
                         Loading Dock
                         Parking Lot for Trucks
						 
24        01        Negatives, 1940-1972
                         Ewing Mill, 1940
                         Bedford Mill, 1940
                         Chart, flour specs; Purity, Dough, King
                         Cows in pasture
                         "Perhaps our only pix of Barb" 
                         The famous photo of Roscoe and Edith in front of
                              house/flower box
          02        Neste Resin, Andalusia, LA, 1994 Jul
                         Brick building
                         Facility (gravel parking lot)
          03        Oconnee Roller Mill, Seneca, SC, 1992 Jan
                         Looking across road to West at old mill which is not in
                              use.  Building in front is restaurant
                         Looking across road at old mill to East. The main building
                              is now a gift shop
                         Part of old mill not in use
                         Main building
                         Main building facing west
                         Bulk tanker
                         Main building of old mill which is now a gift shop. Notice
                              new roof and stairs going up to roof. Looks like top
                              story or old hip roof was taken off building. No mill
                              gift shop.
                         Looking direct into building across street from old mill.
                         Look inside to left  and you can man bagging flour.
          04        Pico Ski Resort, Rutland, VT, 1993 Nov
                         Ski Slopes
                         "Pico" Sign
          05        Riverwood International
                         1992 Apr 20,1994 May
                              Bag from Riverwood International
                              Williamette Valley Co. Flour Bag
          06        Robertson Board, 1992
                         Around table (From Top left to Bottom Left): Dick
                              Robertson, Joe E. Robertson, Joe E. Robertson, Jr.
                              Jill Robertson, Jerry O. Robertson
                         Joe E. Robertson, Jr. Jill Robertson, Jerry O. Robertson
                         In front of table (no sign/sign) Front Row: Joe E.
                              Robertson, Dick Robertson, Jerry Robertson;  Back
                              Row: Joe. E Robertson, Jr., Phil Robertson, Jill
                              Robertson
          07        Robertson, Buck, 1977-1981
                         C.R. Robertson, 1913 May 07-1981 Apr 22 
                         L-R Earl Roush, Buck Robertson
                         Roush Grocery
                         Contest Winner
                              "How much will Robertson Saint Brenard Weigh at
                                   6 months"; Guess 101 lb. 8 oz.; Winner, 
                                   Earl Roush & Buck Robertson
                              Roush Grocery, Brownstown RR2,  Tampico Guess
                                   101 lb. 8 oz.; Supplier, Barber Grocery
                                   Company
                         Millard Maxie working with Allis-Gray equipment, 1977
          08        Robertson, Charles A., [n.d.]
                         Center Photo, surrounded by other names and
                              corresponding picture
          09        Robertson, Dick, 1978-1997
                         Dick, Buck & Joe Robertson; Lake & forest, Judge Jon
                              Robertson Residence.  Dick's 70th Birthday

                         Richard Shields Robertson, on front; Dear Daisy: Here is
                              the picture of our baby and be sure and put him in a
                              conspicuous place. He is several months old and
                              weighs 24 lbs. Sincerely, Edith R.F.D, Miss Daisy
                              Shields Salem, IN 
                         Richard S. Robertson, b. 1908 Jul 04; d. 1997 Feb 25; 
                              Church Portrait Late 1996
                         File "Robertsons- - Roscoe, Dick" etc. 
                         Richard S. Robertson, 1908 Jul 04-1997 Feb 25
                         Richard S. Robertson, 1908 Jul 04-1997 Feb 25;  file
                              "Robertsons- - - Roscoe, Joe, Dick, Buck, etc"
                              Church Portrait, Late 1996 
                         1985 or 86 when Dick and Dob went to Portland and the
                              Dalles where Dick and Ruth Pace took them around.
                              Dick could scarcely believe the steepness of the
                              slopes we skied @Mt. Hood Meadows. 
                         1995 Dec 15 -  Phil, Dick, Butch Robertson stand with
                              pallet containing 3,000,000th cwt. Of Glu-X
                         1995 Dec 15 - 3,000,000th cwt. Glu-X L-R Butch, Phil &
                              Dick Robertson
          10        1965 Apr 08
                         Dick Robertson: after the walls of the corn room collapsed. 
                         Following removal of chimney.
          11        Brownstown High School Basketball, 1924-1925
                         B.H.S. 1924-'25 (On Front)
                         B.H.S. 1924-25: L-R Dick Robertson, Ike Cummings, John
                              Persinger, Hefty Emerson, Raymond Shepard (Phil
                              is related to Robertson Cummings & Shepard)
                         Brownstown, Indiana High school 1924-25: L-R Dick
                              Robertson, Ike Cummings, John Persinger, Hefty
                              Emerson, Raymond Shepard
          12        Robertson, Edith, 1911 Jul 13
                         Return to: Ruth Robertson, R. 1 Box 26B, Brownstown
                              47220; Roscoe,  Edith Robertson
          13        Robertson Family, [n.d.]
                         Christmas Card
                         Couple Photos
                         Marriage Photo
                         Family Photo
          14        1985, Orlando, FL
                         Virginia.. Stan & Pam Kerbs
                         Joe Robertson
          15        Robertson Feeds, [n.d.]
                         Pigs fed a "Lo-Sat" diet - "Lo-Sat was a trademark for
                              Robertson feeds
                         Barn
                         Chickens
                         Interior View of Mill
                         Two hogs, kid in Purdue shirt
                         Hog, standard feed
                         Barn, Robertson Feeds (centered)
                         This is "Years Ahead" Egg Factory on Highway 50, 3 mi.
                              East of Bedford, Indiana. It houses 4200 hens in
                              both houses. This is the way feed is delivered to a
                              "Years Ahead" Egg Factory. ROBERTSONS
                              FEEDS are "years ahead" in efficiency and economy.
                              They have necessary special ingredients to make
                              the hens live and grow and produce eggs-lots of
                              them. Bulk delivery like this saves money-Bin
                              actually pays itself off! Feed costs ground, farm
                              formula or supplement-scratch feeds just won't do
                              the job in a "Years Ahead" profitable egg factory.
                              ROBERTSON SPECIAL ALL MASH is as much different from
                              ordinary laying as these new building and equipment
                              facilities are from the old-fashioned hen house!
          16        Robertson, Jerry, [n.d.]
                         Jerry working at a lab with Lo-Sat Diet Eggs in the
                              background
                         Jerry standing, with lab equipment spread across a table
                         Jerry sitting, wearing a suit
          17        Robertson, Joe E., 1942-1996
                         Joe E. Robertson wearing a suit
                         Joe E. Robertson pointing to Indonesia on a map
                         Joe E. Robertson wearing a brown suit
                              Joe E. Robertson 1996
                              Joe, with his wife
                              Joe Robertson, hands crossed 
                         AACC awards to Bettina Coggeshall: she holds "Best
                              moisture analyses, 1981" Joe Robertson hold "Best
                              Ash analyses, 1985" 
                         Joe Robertson in the lab in ca. 1942
          18        Robertson, Joe E. Jr., 1987
                         Left to right: Mrs. Joe (Virginia Baxter) Robertson, Dr.
                              Margaret Hewitt Robertson, Charles Joseph
                              Robertson, Dr. Joe Robertson, Jr., Kathryn Faye and
                              Joe E. Robertson. Location is at Brownstown
                              Presbyterian Church in 1987 on the occasion of the
                              baptism of C.J.
          19        Robertson, John H. "Butch", 1980
                         Jackson Co. Fair, 1980 Jul 07-Aug 02
                         Edw P. Allis Purifier
                         Glenn Bleile and John H. "Butch"  Robertson. In the antique
                              display tent with the Purifier donated to the
                              Smithsonian by the Robertson Corp. 
          20        Robertson Men, 1937-1972
                         L-R Joe E. Robertson Richard S. Dick Robertson Charles
                              R. Buck Robertson 1972
                         Joe & Phil Robertson at Glu-X Map, 1972 Sep 11
                         Phil Robertson, l, and Joe Robertson, r, stand beside the
                              Glu-X Map in the plywood paneled offices of The
                              Robertson Corporation. The map illustrates some of
                              the widespread locations of plywood glue extender
                              customers. Ca. 1970
                         Charles Roscoe, Roscoe Melvin and Phil Robertson ca. 1970
                         "Triple R's" Left-Charles (Buck) Robertson Center Dick
                              Robertson Right Joe Robertson Property of Dob
                              Robertson
                         "Charles Roscoe "Buck" Robertson. Judy's Wedding?" 
                              Joseph Edmond Robertson @typewriter
                         Roscoe and His Boys: Summer 1937 Roscoe M. Robertson
                              and his 3 sons Left to Right: Dick (Richard S.)
                              Roscoe Buck (Charles R.) Joe (Joseph E.) Photo by
                              Paul Bayne using a Rollieflex 6x6 camera. Payne
                              was a fraternity brother and best friend of Dick. Paul
                              died in 1998
          21        Robertson Mill
                         Ca. 1965-1980
                              Photo Clips of Corporate History
                              Some scenes at Brownstown, circa 1965-1980
          22             From Buck's file, 1973
          23             Aerial view of the mill, 1973 May 01
          24             Loading Trucks, 1975
                              View of town
                              Sign and Two Trucks
                              Glu-X bags on back of truck
                              Truck parked, mill in back
                              Trucks in front of loading dock
                              Mill
                              One truck sitting horizontally, mill in background
                              Two trucks, man standing on top stacked Glu-x Bags
                         Angled Truck, man talking to driver, brick wall on the right
          25             Deep Snow, 1977 Jan
                              Mill
                              Icicles
                              Street, cars parked on both sides
                              Snow drift
                              Loading Dock snow drift
          26             Aerial view of mill and surrounding town, 1977 Apr
          27             Mill, 1981
          28             Mill Sign, 1986
          29             Brownstown, IN, Brock Bin Construction, 1987 Jun
                              Brock Bin
                              Construction of Bin
                              Scaffold
                              Ladders, scaffold, two men 
          30             Brownstown, IN, 1993 Mar
                              Glu-X bag
                              Calendar, basketball schedule, scale
                              Machine, wood paneling
                              Gears
                              Blue machine
                              Red machine, five cogs
                              Group of machines
          31             Brownstown, IN, 1993 Summer
                              Bag of Glu-X
                              Men placing bag of Glu-X on truck
                              Funnel in to bag of Glu-X
          32             Brownstown, IN, 1975, 1977, 1994, w/ negatives
                              Loading Trucks, 1975
                              Deep Snow, 1977
                              Deep Snow and Coldest Day of -22ø F, 1994 Jan 19
                              Trucks were not allowed into Kentucky because the
                                   highways were closed, 1994 Jan 19
          33             Exhibit, [n.d.]
                              "Every Hog Raiser Wins" Sign
                              "10 Reasons Why They R Better"
                              "Robertsons They R Better Feeds"
          34             Visitors, Chinese, 1982 
                              Robertson workers and Chinese visitors in front of 
                                   the Robertson sign
                              Chinese visitors ca. 1982. Left cluster standing: far
                                   left is Butch Robertson and under "The" face
                                   hidden is Phil R. Kneeling are Joe E. R. and
                                   2 members of Koss family to this right. Right
                                   cluster sanding: Barb Tormoehlen in front
                                   row center; Jack Koss looks over Barb's
                                   right shoulder; Dick R. is at far right;
                                   unidentified blonde looking over Dick's right
                                   shoulder                 
          35        Robertson, Phil, 1980 Oct 31
                         1980 Oct 31, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC: Phil
                              speaking to a reception for American Association of
                              Cereal Chemists  given to celebrate the gifts of
                              historic milling equipment; Left  hand points to the
                              Columbian Feed Governor. Above and right of this
                              is a photo of the Roller Mill, a Gray Allis mfd by
                              Edw. P. Allis, Milwaukee
                         1980 Oct 30, Smithsonian Museum, Washington D.C.: In
                              front of a statue of George Washington, Phil
                              Robertson addresses members if the American
                              Association of Cereal Chemists during a reception to
                              celebrate the gifts of historic milling equipment to
                              the Smithsonian. To Phil's right stands the curator,
                              Dr. Terry G. Sharer
                         1980 Oct 31, Dr. Terry Sharer in Background of curator. In
                              front f him is a phot of the Reliance Purifer mfd. By
                              Edw. P. Allis co., Milwaukee, Wisc. "King" Geo.
                              Washington Statue. Above the  Colombian
                              Governor is the Allis Gray Roller Mill mfd. by Edw.
                              P. Allis Company, Milwaukee, Reception
                              Smithsonian Museum Phil presenting our gifts. His
                              left hand is on Columbian Governor. 
                         In Uniform
                         Headshot
          36        Robertson, Roscoe M., 1922, 1937 
                         Crowd of People, Nashville sign pointing left, Brownstown
                              sign pointing right: 2nd row 3rd from left Roscoe
                              M. Robertson
                         Car, packed full of people
                         Wreath with inserted picture of women: Mrs. Isabelle
                              Robertson wife of Charles H. Robertson  Mother of
                              Roscoe M.
                         Roscoe and His Boys under  a covering
                         1937 Summer, Roscoe and His Boys: Roscoe M. Robertson
                              and his 3 sons Left to Right: Dick (Richard S.)
                              Roscoe Buck (Charles R.) Joe (Joseph E.) Photo by
                              Paul Bayne using a Rollieflex 6x6 camera. Payne
                              was a fraternity brother and best friend of Dick. Paul
                              died in 1998
                         1922 Jun, Roscoe sitting down in a room with three
                              calendars on the walls:  Roscoe Robertson, Henry
                              i.e. "Nosey" Richard (Dick) Robertson & i.e. "Pete"
                              Sept. 2000: This safe is still in use and so is the
                              National Cash Register overhead fan was driven by
                              rope from mill
          37        Robison, Pokey in sleeveless top, "Friday" Robison in overalls, ca. 1970
                         Poky Robinson in sleeveless T-shirt. After dumping a
                              wagon load of wheat as they did in the old days.
							  
25        01        Scotch Plywood, Gingham Girl Brand, Fulton, MS, 1992 Nov
                         Gingham Girl brand Cut-out
                         Gingham Girl brand Flour
          02        Seymour Mill, Seymour, IN, 1907-1994
                         Worker driving a forklift
                         2 tankers
                         Mill: 1994 May, Month after closing the feed business,
                              Burned, 1944
                         Ladder propped inside building: 1994 May 
                         Damage from heater fire
                         Inside of building: 1994 May 
                         Cars on the street
                         Machinery
                         Pile of Bags
                         Man Walking in front of building
                         Brick Wall, Wooden Chute
                         Silo
                         Red Vat
                         Cars Parked In Front of a Loading Dock
                         Pile of Brown Bags
                         Wooden Chute
                         Two Trucks
                         Man standing in front of Breaker
                         Three men standing in middle of storage area
                         Man standing in front of breaker
                         Silo: Seymour circa '70 capping the Silver Shield by Hugh
                              Bryant crane Capacity 10,000 bu. (bushels)
                         J.H. Hodapp's Mill (between 1907-1913) Seymour Note the
                              former church being used as office and warehouse. 
                         Hodapp Hominy
                         Farmers Hominy Mill
                         Two Cars Parked on street, in front of Farmers Hominy
                         Edward G. Hodapp
                         The Farmers Hominy Mill building (to the left, north)
                              burned in 1944. It is a corn mill (i.e. hominy mill).
                              Even at the early date of this photo the nearer
                              building is a feed mill as evidenced by the bags of
                              feed on the truck. More evidence is in the signs
                              advertising " We Use Fos-For-Us (phosphorous)
                              Mineral Mixture," a formula feed ingredient. 
                         Note the brick-paved street: The previous name was
                              Hodapp Milling Co. At the top rear of this photo is
                              typed the name of Edward G. Hodapp possibly a
                              descendant of Joseph H. Hodapp. 
                         Angled View of Street, with Farmers Hominy Mill, lft cntr.
                              The Farmers Hominy Mill building (3 storey (sic))
                              burned in 1944. The two story building (mill office)
                              remained until torn down in 1996. The complex was
                              purchased by the Ewing Mill Co. (later incorporated
                              as the Robertson Corp.) in 1945. 
                         The burned building had been rebuilt but not as a corn mill
                              (i.e. hominy mill) The ewing Mill Co. continued to
                              produce a market the Apex brand until 1949 from its
                              mill in Ewing. The upper story signs read:
                              MILLERS OF WHITE CORN PRODUCTS
                              :APEXBRAND: THIS HOME OF THE APEX
                              BRAND
                         Note brick street pavement: The Farmers Hominy Mill
                              building burned down in 1944. Successor to Hodapp
                              Milling Co. Upper level: sign on left reads: Millers
                              of White Corn Products Center is trademark Sign on
                              Right: THE HOME OF THE APEX BRAND
                         Farmers Hominy Mill Division. Ewing Mill Co. Rebuilt after
                              the fire of 1944 Feb 17. Ewing Mill Co. ca 1954
                         Farmers Hominy Mill. New building has replaced the old
                              church. Note new building that has replaced the old
                              church.
          03             Fire, [n.d.]
                              Disfigured Metal
                              Scorched Bin
                              Bags of Flour
                              Scorched Building
                              Dispenser
                              Firefighter
                              Ladder
                              Mangled Building
                              Grain Feeds Truck
                              Collapsed Equipment
                              Crowd Looks assesses damage
                              Cars in front of loading dock
          04             Office, 1980
                              Peggy Burgmeier: 1980 Spring 
                              Buck Robertson: 1980 Spring 
                              Employees standing around Dick: Up: Peggy
                                   Scroggins, Tiny Sunderman, Butch
                                   Robertson seated: Dick Robertson Seymour
                                   Office ca. 1980
                              Tiny Sunderman: 1980 Spring 
                              Butch Robertson: 1980 Spring 
          05             Removing Tanks, [n.d.]
                              Roof Opening
                              Firefighters
                              Crowd looks on
                              Crane
          06        Taylor, Hershel, [1965]
                         Hershel H. Taylor AF15739059 CMR 1 CE Sq. Keesler AFB Miss. 
          07        Train, carrying body of President Eisenhower as it passed through
                    Brownstown, IN, 1969 Apr 01
                         Linda Wheeler & Roscoe Can be seen at mid-right. Rosie &
                              DeAlba at far right center
          08        Twins, 1993-2000
                         From the Glu-X Twins and All Robertson People: Our Twin
                              Wishes Marry Christmas-Our 119th and happy New
                              Year-Our 120th
                         Naturally Glu-X Quality comes not only from the controlled
                              milling process but also the: Plowed Field, Growing
                              Plant, Mature Grain
                         Our Twins Claim Quality and Uniformity Make a Product
                              Stand Out From the Crowd
                         Our Twins Claim: Extender Quality and Uniformity Start in
                              the Field through Process & Program To the
                              Product-Glu-X - Reg Meeting 1993 Jun 12.  Send
                              Analysis of Each Load and We all get mad. The
                              marketing office needs to figure out how to take
                              advantage
                         Our Twins Greeting in Any Season: Quality & Uniformity!
          09        Weyerhaeuser, Wright City, OK, 1992 Apr 23
                         Bag 
          10        Wheeler, Linda, 1966-1967
                         Linda Wheeler new in laboratory
          11        Willamette, Emerson, AR, 1992 Apr 21
                         Bag
          12        Willamette, Moncure, NC, 1993 Aug
                         Neste Resin/New Offices
                         Old office building being made into new lab
                         Willamette/New Building
          13        Willamette Valley Company, Pineville, LA
                         1992 Apr 20, Bag from Williamette, Ruston, LA
          14             1995 Jul
                              WVCo Sign
                              Railroad Tracks
                              Driving Around Company
                              Products made by WVCo
                              Brick Sign
                              WVCo Offices
                              WVCo Facilities
          15        WILVALCO, 1993 Nov
                         Side view of WILVALCO bag
                         Bag stamped WV370
                         Believe this stand for: 30% Wheat and 70% Corn flours
          16        WILVALCO, Taylor, LA, 1993 May, w/ negatives
                         #545 Corn Flour
          17        WILVALCO, Weyerhaeuser, Mt. Pine, AR, 1993 May
                         #WV725
          18             Glue Extender, 1993 Nov
          19        Wisconsin Veneer and Plywood, Mattoon, WI, 1993 Sep
                         Facility
          20        Wood, Plywood, APA Graded, 1970s w/negatives
                         Wood
          21        Wood Tech Plywood, Japanese Furniture, 1992
                         Japanese Furniture made from wood panels by WoodTech
                         Furniture made from wood by WoodTech
          22        Unidentified, [n.d.]
		  
26                  Glass Negatives

                    Oversized Material (1916-2000)               
     
27                  Financial, 1934-1940
                    Ledger Book, Financial
                         Purchases, 1996-2000
                         Sales, 1996-2000
                         Purchases, 1996-2000

28                  Blue Prints
                         120 Bushel Nordyke Meal Dryer, [n.d.]
                         120 Style K Meal Dryer, [n.d.]
                         McMillin Model # 48 Cradle Dump, [n.d.]
                         McMillin Style "A" Dump, [n.d.]
                    "Continental's Westwego terminal looks to the future,"
                         (Westwego, IA: Grain Journal), 1982 Jan. 
                    Memogenda, To Do List for Converting Ewing Mill, 1964-1994
                    Newspaper Clippings
                    Pickering Governor Company, Part List, 1917 Nov 01
                    Records of Sacks Received,  1916 Feb 07-Oct 12
                    Robertson Corporation
                         Abstract
                         Application of Loan
                         Mortgage
                         Robertson Broiler Mashes. (Robertson Corporation)
                         Robertson Corporation-Robertson Feeds. Wholesale
                              Specialty and Ingredient Price List, 1972 Oct 30.
                         Robertson Feeds Price List, 1951 Jan 08
                    Virginia's Old Soybean Grades, a spiral notebook of notes, 1944
                         Oct 24-1945 Oct 13.
                    Weekly Elevator Report. (Brownstown, IN: Ewing Mill Company),
                         [n.d.].
                    Wheat Purchases, 1941 Jul 21-1946 Jul 24
                    Wheat Purchases, 1947 Feb 04-1950 Mar 03
                    Wholesaler's Report on New Maximum Prices Calculated Under
                         the Adjusted Mark-up Method authorized in MPR No. 2,
                         (Washington, D. C.: Office of Price Administration), [n.d.].

29                  Oversize Printed Material
                    Feed Stuffers, The Weekly Newspaper for Agribusiness,
                         (Minneapolis, MN: Feed Stuffers),
                         1963 Mar 16, Vol. 35, No. 12
                         1963 Mar 30, Vol. 35, No. 14
                         1963 Apr 06, Vol. 35, No. 15
                         1963 Apr 13, Vol. 35, No. 16
                         1971 Jan 23, Vol. 43, No. 4
                         1971 Mar 13, Vol. 43, No. 11
                         1975 Apr 28, Vol. 47, No. 17
                    Milling & Baking News: 80 Years of grain based food. (Kansas
                         City, MO: Milling & Baking News), 2002. 
                    Milling Production, Associated with The Northwestern Miller. 
                         (Minneapolis, MN: Miller Publishing Company)
                         1942 May, Vol. 7, No. 5
                         1959 Dec, Vol. 24, No. 12
                         1960 Jun, Vol. 25, No. 6
                    Milling Production, Issued Monthly by the Publishers of The
                         Northwestern Miller. (Minneapolis, MN: Miller Publishing
                         Company), 1939 Oct, Vol. 4, No. 10.
                    The Northwestern Miller. (Minneapolis, MN: Miller Publishing Company)
                         1940 May 08, Vol. 202, No. 4
                         1940 Jun 19, Vol. 202, No. 9
                         1940 Aug 21, Vol. 203, No. 6
                         1940 Sep 18, Vol. 202, No. 9
                         1941 Jan 15, Vol. 205, No. 3
                         1943 Mar 10, Vol. 213, No. 10
                    The Southwestern Miller, 60th Anniversary Issue,      
                         (Minneapolis, MN: Miller Publishing Company), 1982. 

                    Printed Material (1919-2003)

30        01        1984 Soft Wheat Crop Report. (Fostoria, OH: Mennel Milling
                         Company), 1984.
          02        1985 Soft Wheat Crop Report. (Fostoria, OH: Mennel Milling
                         Company), 1985.
          03        1987 Soft Wheat Crop Report. (Fostoria, OH: Mennel Milling
                         Company), 1987.
          04        1988 Soft Winter Wheat Crop Report. (Fostoria, OH: Mennel
                         Milling Company), 1988.
          05        1989 Soft Winter Wheat crop Report. (Fostoria, OH: Mennel
                         Milling Company), 1989.
          06        1994 Soft Winter Wheat Crop Report. (Fostoria, OH: Mennel
                         Milling Company), 1994.
          07        1995 Soft Winter Wheat Crop Report. (Fostoria, OH: Mennel
                         Milling Company), 1995.
          08        1996 Soft Winter Wheat Crop. (Fostoria, OH: Mennel Milling
                         Company), 1996.
          09        1990 U.S. Wheat Quality. (Washington D.C.: United States
                         Department of Agriculture), 1990 Sep. 
          10-13     The 120th Annual Report, An Abridged Record 1881-2001, The
                         Robertson Corporation.  (Brownstown, IN: The Robertson
                         Corporation), 2000 Nov.
          14        120 Years of Milling: A Brief Review of The Robertson
                         Corporation.  (Brownstown, IN: Robertson Corporation),
                         2000. 
          15        AAC 64th Annual Meeting. (Washington D.C.:American
                         Association of Cereal Chemists), 1979 Oct 28-Nov 01.
          16        Agreement with Wheat Flour Millers. (New York: United States
                         Grain Corporation), 1919 Jul 14. 
          17        Agricultural Situation. (Washington, D. C.: United States 
                         Department of Agriculture), 1973 Jun.
          18        Agriculture Day. (Brownstown, IN: Brownstown Central High 
                         School), 1982 Mar 18.
          19        Alpha Mu News Vol. 7 No. 5. (Manhattan, KS: Kansas State
                         Chapter of Alpha Mu), 1943 Jan 05.
          20        Alpha Mu Newsletter Vol. 21. (Manhattan, KS: Kansas State
                         University Chapter of Alpha Mu), 1958.
          21        Alpha Mu Spring Banquet. (Manhattan, KS: Kansas State
                         University Chapter of Alpha Mu), 1939 Apr 15.
          22        Alpha Mu Spring Banquet. (Manhattan, KS: Kansas State
                         University Chapter of Alpha Mu), 1940 Apr 20.
          23        American Miller: A National Miller Publication. (Chicago, IL: 
                         National Miller Publications, Inc.)
                         1940, Feb, Vol. 68, No. 2
          24             1941, Jun, Vol. 69, No. 6
          25             1941, Jul, Vol. 69, No. 7
          26             1942, Mar, Vol. 76, No. 3
          27             1942, May, Vol. 70, No. 5
          28        American Miller and Processor.  (Chicago, IL: The National 
                         Provisioner, Inc.), 
                         1960 Nov, Vol. 88, No. 11
          29             1961 Jun, Vol. 89, No. 6
          30             1962 Jan, Vol. 90, No. 1
          31             1962 Dec, Vol. 90, No. 12
          32             1967 Apr, Vol. 95, No. 4

31        01        An Unsolicited Testimonial Tells The Story. (Brownstown, 
                         IN: Robertson Corporation), 1961 Mar 01.
          02        Balanced 5-Star Performance consistently gives Top Yields
                         Quality Standability. (Bloomington, I: Funk Brothers),
                         1956.
          03        Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Company, Inc. (Cedar Rapids, IA:
                         Barnard and Leas), 1950 Feb 10.
                         '400' Series Separators Three-Screen Two-Air Type
                         Aspirating Scalping Shoes
                         Bucket Elevators
                         Corn Cleaners
                         Electric Manlifts
                         Every Feed Dealer Needs a Cyclonic Feed Mixer
                         Feed and Grain Processing Equipment
                         Graom Scpirers
                         Little Victor Combined Corn Sheller and Cleaner
                         One-Pair-High Single Pair Roller Mill
                         Packers
                         Perfected Grain Separator Two-Sieve Type Style A
                         Perfected Grain Separator 3 Sieve Type Style B
                         Perforated Metals
                         Pitless Corn Shellers
                         The Quality Double Roller Mill
                         Revolving Cylinder Corn Scalper
                         Roller Mills
                         Roller Mills Two and Three Pair High
                         Single Screen Cylinder Corn Cleaners
                         Steel Buhr Mill, Horizontal Type
                         Steel Buhr Mill, Vertical Type
                         Victor Combined Corn Sheller and Cleaner
                         Victor Corn Shellers
                         Victor Pit Type Corn Shellers
                         Vix Lifter
          04        Barnard & Leas Manufacturing Cmpany, Inc. Catalog. (Cedar
                         Rapids, IA: Barnard and Leas), 1959 Apr 08.
                         B & L Cyclone-Type Dust Collector
                         B & L Suction and Exhaust Fans for Rice Mills, and Flour 
                              Mills 
                         B & L Twin-Type Dust Collector
                         Belting and Belt Accessories
                         Corn Cleaners
                         Corn Shellers
                         Electric Manlifts
                         Elevator Supplies
                         Grain Separator
                         Grain Scourers
                         Horizontal Long Scourer
                         Little Victor Combined Corn Sheller and Cleaner
                         "Millers Who keep an eye on Cedar Rapids are Setting the
                              pace for the efficiency that's demanded by 1949"
                         Model '49 Roller Mills
                         Packers
                         Pellet Mill 'Cold Process'
                         Perforated Metals
                         Revolving Disc Aspirators
                         Roller Mills
                         Rolling Mill & Steamer
                         Scalping Shoe or Riddle
                         Sifters
                         Sprocket Wheels and Link Belt
                         Steel Buhr Mill, Horizontal Type
                         Steel Buhr Mill, Vertical Type
                         Vix Lifter
          05        "Biggest and Best Convention Ever Held." (Indianapolis, IN: 
                         Indiana Grain and Feed Dealers Association), 1944 Feb 08. 
          06        Bird Treats. (Seymour, IN: The Robertson Corporation)
                         1983 
                         1984
          07        Blatchford Calf Meal Co. (Waukegan, ILL) 1944 Jan 18.
          08        Bolting Cloth Diagrams. (Cincinnati, OH: The Orville Simpson
                         Company), 1943 May 29. 
          09        Bolting Cloth For Sifter Sieves. (Oklahoma City, OK: Southwest
                         Mill), 1952, 1959. 
          10        Bolting Cloth Order Book. (Indianapolis, IN: Nordyke and
                         Marmon Company), 1942 Sep 25.
          11        Bowles, Chester. "Food and Food Products". (Indianapolis, IN:
                         Indiana Grain and Feed Dealers Association), 1944 Feb 24. 
          12        Bowles, Chester M. "Unprocessed Agricultural Commodities".
                         (Office of Price Administration), 1943 Dec 04. 
          13        Brown, Prentiss M. "Office of War Information". (Washington, D.
                         C. : Office of Price Administration), 1943 Feb 26.
          14        Brown, Prentiss M. "Office of War Administration". (Office of
                         Price Administration), 1943 Mar 24.
          15        Brown, Prentiss M. "Office of War Information". (Office of Price
                         Administration), 1943 Apr 21. 
          16        Brown, Prentiss M. "Office of War Information". (Office of Price
                         Administration), 1943 May 15. 
          17        Brown, Prentiss M. "Office of War Information". (Washington, D.
                         C. : Office of Price Administration), 1943 Jun 04. 
          18        Brownstown Economic Development Association Program.
                         (Brownstown, IN), 1994 May 09.
          19        Bulletin No. 24. (Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Grain and Feed Dealers
                         Association), 1943 Dec 17.
          20        Ceiling Order for Soft Wheat. (Chicago, IL: Millers National
                         Federation), 1943 Nov 01.
          21        Cereal Foods World. (St. Paul, MN: Cereal Foods World), 1979 
                         Dec,  Vol. 24, No. 12.
          22        Cereal Milling Machinery. (Muncy, PA: Robinson Manufacturing 
                         Company), [n.d.]
          23        Cereal Science Today.  (Minneapolis, MN: American Association 
                         of Cereal Chemists), 1961 May, Vol. 6, No. 5.
          24        Cetron, Marvin. "An American Renaissance In the year 2000". 
                         (Bethesda, MD: World Future Society), 1994.
          25        Civilian Defense. (Chicago, IL: The Dartnell Corporation.), 1942 
                         Nov,  Vol. 1,  No. 6.
          26        Cob Bin Unloader. (Enon, OH: R.R. Kirkpatrick  Company),
                         [n.d.].
          27        Combining Wheat Early Gives Double-Crop Soybeans An Edge. 
                         (Prairie Farmer), 1993 Jun.
          28        Confidential: Analysis of Milling Costs, For 1960-1961 Crop Year. 
                         (Chicago: Millers' National Federation), 1961 Oct.
          29        Confidential: Survey of Wage Rates and Terms of Employment.
                         (Chicago: Millers' National Federation), 1962 Feb.
          30        Converting Old Style "A" Dumps to Electrically Operated,
                         (Indianapolis, IN: LJ McMillin), 1949 Jan 01.
          31        Copies of Revised MPR 296. (Chicago, IL: Millers National 
                         Federation), [n.d.].
          32        Corncobs- - Their Composition, Availability, Farm and Industrial
                         Uses. (United States Department of Agriculture), 1947 Dec.

32        01-14     Correspondence Course in Flour Milling. (Association of 
                         Operative Millers: Kansas City, MO), 1950.
          15        Creason Corrugating and Machinery Company, Inc. (Wichita, KS:
                         Creason Corrugating and Machinery Company, Inc.), [n.d.].
          16        Cutler Rotary Steam Dryer Continuous Feed. (Springfield, MA:
                         Springfield Printing and Binding Company), [n.d.].
          17        Data Bulletin 81. (Muncy, Pennsylvania: Sprout-Waldron), [n.d.]. 
          18        Diagrams for Roll Corrugation and Grinding. (Chicago, IL: B.F.
                         Gump Co.), [n.d.].
          19        Esso: Eastern United States map, [n.d.]. 

33        01        Famous Excelsior Swiss Silk. (New York, NY: Kressilk  Products,
                         Inc.), 1941-1953.
          02        Farm Journal: The Magazine of American Agriculture. 
                         (Philadelphia, PA: Farm Journal, Inc.), 1972 Nov, Vol. 96, 
                         No. 11.
          03        Federal Mogul. (Shelbyville, IN: Philmore Corporation), [n.d.].
          04        Federal Register. (Washington, D. C.: Department of Health, 
                         Education, and Welfare)
                         1973 Jan 19, Vol. 38, No. 13
                         1973 Mar 14, Vol. 38, No. 49
          05        Feed Formulation with Distillers Feeds.  (Cincinnati, OH: 
                         Distillers Feed Research Council), [n.d.], 2 copies.
          06        The Flour Subsidy Program. (Chicago, IL: Millers National
                         Federation), 1943 Nov 19.
          07        For High Profit Corn Growing. Funk Bros. Seed Co, 1963.
          08        Fords Industrial Hammermills.  (Streator, IL: The Myers-Sherman 
                         Company), [n.d.]
                    Fords Vertical Feed Mixer. (Streator, IL: The Myers-Sherman 
                         Company,) [n.d.] 
                    Fords 'Thoro-Mix' Molasses Blender. (Streator, IL: The Myers-
                         Sherman Company), [n.d.]
          09        Four Section Free Swinging Sifter. (Fort Scott, KS: Smico), [n.d.].
          10-11     Genuine "DuFour" Bolting Silk. (Chicago, IL: B.F. Gump Co.), [n.d.].
          12        Genuine "DuFour" Bolting Silk. (Chicago, IL: B.F. Gump Co.),
                         1951-1955.
          13        Glu-X. (Ewing Mill Company: Brownstown, IN), [n.d.].
          14        Grain and Feed Dealers National Association Newsletter (St.
                         Louis, MO: Grain and Feed Dealers), [n.d.].
          15        Grain Journal: The Voice of the Grain Industry. (Decatur, IL:
                         Grain Journal), 1991 May-Jun, Vol. 19, No. 3.
          16        Grain Oilseeds Report. (New York City, NY: Merril Lynch,
                         Pierce, Fenner and Smith) 1972 Dec 01. 
          17        Grilley, Wesley. "Oregon Wheat". (Pendleton, OR: Oregon Wheat
                         Growers League), 1988 Jun 20.
          18        Grilley, Wesley. "Oregon Wheat". (Pendleton, OR: Oregon Wheat
                         Growers League), 1989 Jul 24.
          19        Ground Rules for Better Understanding of Administraive and
                         Enforcement Procedure Uner the Federal Food, Drug and 
                         Cosmetic Act of 1938.  (Millers' National Federation:
                         Chicago, IL), 1949 Mar.
          20        Grow Big Fish in your Farm Pond. (Brownstown, IN: Robertson
                         Corporation), [n.d.].
          21        H.R. 6196. U. S. Senate, 1964 Mar 08.
          22        Handbook of Official Grain Standards for Wheat, Shelled Corn,
                         Oats, Mixed Feed Oats, Rye, Grain Sorghums and Barley.
                         (Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office), 1928 Jan.
          23        Handbook of Official Grain Standards of the United States.
                         (Washington D.C.: Government Printing Press), 1941.
          24        Handbook of Official Grain Standards of the United States.
                         (Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office), 1947.
          25        Handbook of Official United States Standards For Soybeans.
                         (Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office), 1935 Sep 03.
          26        Harrel, G.G. "Maturing and Bleaching Agents used in Producing 
                         the Floor". (Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Vol. 44
                         No. 1), 1952 Jan. 
          27        The Hook-Up No. 475. (Chicago, IL: Millers National Federation),
                         1943 Nov 22.
          28        The Hook-Up No. 863. (Chicago, IL: Millers National Federation),
                         1959 Nov 13.
          29        The Hook-Up No. 899. (Chicago, IL: Millers National Federation),
                         1961 Dec 22.
          30        The Hook-Up No. 925. (Chicago, IL: Millers National Federation),
                         196 May 23.
          31        The Hook-Up No. 943. (Chicago, IL: Millers National Federation),
                         1964 Mar 19.
          32        House of Representatives. Cotton and Wheat Programs: 88th
                         Congress 2nd Session. (Washington, D.C.),  1964 Feb 10. 
          33        House of Representatives. Revitalize the American Cotton
                         Industry: 88th Congress 1st Session. (Washington, D. C.), 
                         1963 Jun 06.
          34        How To Get Highest Production from your Belts and Pulleys.
                         (Buffalo, NY: Nonslip Pulley Covering Company), [n.d.].
          35        Hubbell, Charles H. Feedstuffs Analysis Table, 1953.
          36        IFC Newsletter Bulletin 32. (The IFC Companies), 1996 Sep.
          37        Indiana Agri-Business Exposition. (Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Grain
                         and Feed Association, Inc.),1985 Jan 15-17.  
          38        Indiana Agriculture Report Vol. 2 No. 8. (West Lafayette, IN:
                         Purdue University), 1982 Apr 15.
          39        Indiana Agriculture Report Vol. 3 No. 5. (West Lafayette, IN:
                         Purdue University), 1983 Mar 01. 
          40        Indiana Agriculture Report Vol. 3 No. 22. (West Lafayette, IN:
                         Purdue University), 1983 Nov 15.
          41        Indiana Agricultural Statistics Survey. (West Lafayette, IN: Purdue
                         University), 1992 Sep.
          42        Indiana Crop Summary-1980. (West Lafayette, IN: Purdue
                         University), 1981 Jan 28.
          43        Industry Week. (Cleveland, OH: Penton Publishing Co.) 1972 Jul
                         24, Vol. 174 No. 4.
          44        Insight. (New York: New World Communications), 1986 Sep 8.
          45        Instructions for Installing and Operating the Visible Regulator for
                         the Safe Use of Chlorine. (St. Louis, MO: Alsop Process Co.), [n.d.].  
          46        International Harvester Company of America. (Chicago, IL:
                         International Harvester Company of America), 1916-1942.
          47        Isaacson, Walter. "A Not-So-Brief Intermission." (New York:Time
                         Magazine),  1981 Aug 17. 
          48        Jackson County Bank. (Seymour, IN: Jacskon County Bank), 
                         1997 Apr 22.
          49        Jackson County Rural Electric Membership Corporation.
                         (Brownstown, IN: Rural Electric), 1991 Apr 14. 

34        01        The Kansas Agricultural Situation. (Manhattan, KS: Kansas State 
                         College of Agriculture and Applied Science), 1939 Dec 04.
          02        Kansas Gamma Wildcat. (Manhattan, KS: Kansas State
                         University), 1980 Fall.
          03        Kansas State Department of Grain Science and Industry: 
                         Alternative Analytical Systems for Protein. (Manhattan,
                         KS: Kansas State University),   1977. 
          04        Kansas State Department of Grain Science: Near Infrared 
                         Reflectance Analysis Notes and Examples: (Manhattan, 
                         KS: Kansas State University), 1990. 
          05        Kunkel, Kenneth M. "Hay Prices". (Indianapolis, IN: Office of 
                         Price Administration District Office), 1944 Nov 04. 
          06        Kunkel, Kenneth M. "Price Guide Letter-Corn-2nd Rev. MPR 
                         346". (Indianapolis, IN: Office of Price Administration
                         District Office), 1944 Mar 30.
          07        Kunkel, Kenneth M. "Station Point Ceiling Prices For #1 and #2
                         Shelled Yellow Corn Containing 15.5% or Less Of
                         Moistures" (Indianapolis, IN: Office of Price
                         Administration District Office), 1944 Apr 01.
          08        Limitations on Sale, Shipment, and Inventories of Protein Meal
                         and on Use of Soybean. (Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Grain
                         and  Feed Dealers Association) 1943 Dec 18. 
          09        Lo-Sat Diet Eggs. (S.l.:s.n.), [n.d.].
          10        Make More Milk With Distillers Feeds.  (Cincinnati, OH: Distillers
                         Feed Research Council), [n.d.].
          11        Maximum Formulating Flexibility. (Chicago, IL: Morton Salt
                         Company), 1962.
          12        McMilllin Combination Wagon and Truck Dump, (Indianapolis,
                         IN: L.J. McMillin), 1928.
          13        McMillin Truck Dump. (Indianapolis, IN: L.J. McMillin), 1928.
          14        McMillin Truck Dumps and Semi-Trailer Dumps (Indianapolis, 
                         IN: L.J. McMillin), [n.d.].
          15        Membership News Bulletin. (Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Grain and 
                         Feed Association), 1991 May 09. 
          16        The Miller: The Organ of the British Milling Trade. (London:
                         Bouverie House), 1946 Dec 02. 
          17        The Miller in 18th century Virgina. (Colonial Williamsburg), [n.d.].
          18        Milling & Baking News.  (Kansas City, MO: Sosland Publishing Company), 
                         1974 Jun 18, Vol. 53, No. 18
          19             1974 Sep 17, Vol. 53, No. 31
          20             1979 Nov 20, Vol. 58, No. 41, 2 copies
          21             1980 Aug 05, Vol. 59, No. 24
          22             1989 Jan 24, Vol. 67, No. 48
          23             1989 Feb 07, Vol. 67, No. 50
          24             1993 Dec 07, Vol. 72, No. 41
          25        Milling & Baking News. (Kansas City, MO: Sosland Publishing Company),
                         1979 Mar 13, "Vibrant Demand for Grain," p. 1
                         1979 Jun 19, "Flour Costs in Explosion," p. 15
                         1979 Jun 26, "Bakers Continue to Wait," p. 15
                         1979 Jul 03, "Expansion in Flour Sales," p. 15
                         1979 Sep 25, "Do You Bake Bread For This Market?," p. 6
                         1979 Oct 09, "Soviet Limit Raised to 25 Million Tonnes," p. 9
                         1979 Nov 20, "Buffet-Reception Marks Milling Equipment 
                              Gift to Smithsonia," p. 24
          26             1980 Jun 17, "Harvest Rush After Delays; Estimate Up," p. 1
                         1980 Jun 17, "Wheat Futures Markets," p. 16
                         1980 Nov 04, "Wheat Stocks on Oct. 1 to Record High," p. 10
          27             1981 Jan 20, "K. C. Gains in Volume of Wheat Futures," p. 30
                         1981 Mar 31, "Bakery Flour Business," p. 13
                         1981 Mar 31, "Wheat That's Free," p. 7
                         1981 Jun 23, "Wheat Harvest Moves Ahead," p. 1
                         1981 Sep,, "Senate Lowers Wheat Target in Farm Bill," p. 9
                         1981 Sep 22, "U. S. S. R. Books More Wheat and Corn," p. 8
                         1981 Sep 22, "Whear Record Widens: Corn Crop Peak," p. 10
                         1981 Dec 22, "Farmers Enter Smaller Amounts of Wheat 
                              Into Loan and Reserve," p. 24
          28             1982 Jan 26, "Winter Wheat Production for 1982," p. 4
          29             1983 Nov 22, "Wheat Future Markets: Downtrend in 12th 
                              Week," p. 20
          30             1984 Jan 17, "Washington Analysis," p. 40
                         1984 Jun 12, "Bulk Middlings," p. 1
                         1984 Dec 25, "Winter Wheat Acreage Off 9% for 1985," p. 1
          31             1986 May 20, "Initial Forecast by U.S.D.A.," p. 1
                         1986 May 20, "Zeroing in on the Successful Niche," p. 7
          32             1987 Apr 14, "Flour Consumption Sets Record," p. 1
          33             1988 Aug 02, "U. S. Becomes World's Largest Importer of 
                              Oats," p. 1
                         1988 Sep 20, "'89 Wheat Carryover Projection Reducted 
                              Again; Rise in Exports," p. 24
                         1988 Sep 27, "U. S. Harvested Acres in 1988 Smallest of 
                              Century," p. 47
          34             1989 Jan 10, "China, U. S. S. R. Book Wheat Under E. E.  
                              P.," p. 49
                         1989 Jul 04, "Millfeed," p. 39
                         1989 Jul 25, "New, Dry, Natural, 3-Fold Vanilla Flavor
                              Blend Desired by Bakers and Consumers," p. 56
                         1989 Aug 29, "Soft Red Carryover Next June 1," p. 1
                         1989 Aug, "Broad Array of Export Wheat Sales, But Total
                              Volume Light," p. 14
                         1989 Nov 07, "Average Price For All Wheat Up 7› in
                              October to $3.79 per bu," p. 30
                         1989 Nov 07, "Soft Red Basis Mostly Higher," p. 34
                         1989 Nov 07, "U. S. S. R. Wheat Imports Likely to Fall to 
                              Smallest in 11 Years," p. 10
                         1989 Dec 05, "Computers as 'Trend Followers'," p. 21
          35             1990 Jan 09, "Average Wheat Price to $3.81 in December," p. 40
                         1990 Jan 09, "D-J Crosses 2800-point Threshold in New 
                              Year's Rally Before Backslide," p. 38
                         1990 Jan 16, "U. S. D. A. Raises 1989-90 Wheat carryover; 
                              Food Use Also Up," p. 10
                         1990 Jan 23, "U. S. D. A. Lowers '89 Production Totals 
                              For Wheat, Other Grains," p. 26
                         1990 Dec 04, "Bakery Flour," p. 49
          36             1991 Feb 26, "GATT Negotiations to Resume; New 
                              Question on E. C. Stance," p. 81
                         1991 Dec 03, "Alberta Wheat Pool Enthused With State-of-
                              the-Art Vermilion Elevator," P. 26
          37             1993 Feb 23, "Dakota Growers' Pasta Co. Durum Mill, 
                              Plant Begin to Take Shape," p. 59
                         1993 Dec 28, "Siemer Milling Co. Plans to Build 5,000-cwt
                              Flour Mill in Kentucky," p. 11
          38             1996 Jan 16, "Quaker Announces Record-Breaking Year 
                              in'95 For Its Rice Cake Sales," p. 11
                         1996 Apr 09, "Increased Impact Seen From Rising
                              Commodity Prices," p. 1
          39             1997 Dec 02, "National Average Wheat Price Shows Little 
                              Change," p. 50
          40             1999 Oct 26, "Part I: The Origin of Modern Flour Milling 
                              1900-1909," p. 28
          41        Milling & Baking News: World Grain (Grain and Milling Annual)
                         (Kansas City, MO: Sosaland Publishing Co.), 1995.
          42        Milling Around Washington No. 101. (Washington D.C.: National 
                         Press Building) 1943 Dec 04.  
          43        Mill Spout Cleaning. (Fort Scott, KS: Norvell Company, Inc.), 1996.
          44        Monthly Crop Statistics. (West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University)
                         1972 Nov 14.
          45        Morrow, Lance. A Cry for Leadership. (Time Magazine), 1979 Aug 06.

35        01        "New APA Forecast Sees Demand Slowdown Ahead, Followed 
                         By Renewed Market Growth". (Tacoma, Washington:
                         American  Plywood Association), 1987 Jun 30. 
          02        A New Soviet Grain Buying Spree. (New York: Time Magazine), 
                         1979 Jul 09.
          03        The Northwestern Miller. (Minneapolis, MN: Miller Publishing Co.),
                         1962 Apr 30, Vol. 266, No. 9.
          04             1966 Feb, Vol. 273, No. 2 [3 copies; 1 incomplete]
          05             1968 Jul, Vol. 275, No. 7.
          06             1968 Dec, Vol. 275, No. 12.
          07             1969 Feb, Vol. 276, No. 2
          08             1970 Jul, Vol. 277, No. 7.
          09             1972 Mar, Vol. 279, No. 3.
          10             1972 Sep, Vol. 279, No. 9.
          11        "Now See Us At Our New Website. (Wichita, KS: Kice 
                         Industries), [n.d.].
          12        "Official Grain Standards of the United States. (Washington D.C.: 
                         US Government Printing Office), 1957 Jun.
          13        "Office of Price Administration. Wholesalers Report on New 
                         Maximum Prices Calculated Under Adjusted Mark-Up
                         Method  Authorized in MPR no. 3, [n.d.].
          14        "Office of War Information". (Office of Price Administration), 
                         1943 Jan 21.
          15        Petfood Industry.  (Sea Isle City, NJ: Garden State Publishing Company),
                         1961 Apr, Vol. 3, No. 4.
          16             1975 Sep-Oct, Vol. 17, No. 5.
          17        Pellet Ace. (Muncy, Pennsylvania: Sprout-Waldron), [n.d.].
          18        Price Guide Letter-Corn Food Products Regulation 2 Supplement 4.
                         (Indianapolis, IN: Office of Price Administration District
                         Office), 1945 Aug  04. 
          19        Price Guide Letter-Corn 2nd Revision Maximum Price Regulation 
                         346 Including Amendment #1. (Indianapolis, IN: Office of
                         Price Administration District Office), 1944 Feb 17, Jun 22.
          20        Price Guide Letter-Corn 2nd RMPR 346, Including AMDT. 1
                         Producer's Maximum Prices "At Farm"-Station Point/On
                         Track Prices. (Indianapolis, IN: Office of Price
                         Administration), 1944 Jun 28.
          21        Price Guide Letter-Processed Grains for Feeding And Mixing. 
                         (Indianapolis, IN: Office of Price Administration District
                         Office),  1945 Sep 07. 
          22        Price Implications of the 1985 Farm Bill Vol. 2 No. 7.
                         (PaineWebber, Inc.), 1985 Dec 23.
          23        Prices on McMillin Dumps. (Indianapolis, IN: L.J. McMillin),
                         1948 Sep 01.
          24        Proceedings Distillers Feed Conference. (Cincinnati, OH: 
                         Distillers Feed Research Council), 1962 Mar 28.
          25        Profit Forecasting. (Chicago, IL: Grain and Feed Journals), 1972 Sep 13. 
          26        Random Lengths. (Random Lengths Publications, Inc.), 1989 Jul 21.
          27        Random Lengths. (Random Lengths Publications, Inc.), 1992 May 01.
          28        Random Lengths. (Random Lengths Publications, Inc.), 1994 Mar 04.
          29        Ray, Dr. Dixie Lee. "How Clean is Clean Enough and How Much 
                         Should It Cost?" (Tacoma, Washington: American
                         Plywood Association), 1994 Jan.    
          30        Read what user says about the New Triumph No. 1200 Corn
                         Sheller and No. 1200 Zip Cob Blower. (Springfield, OH:
                         R.R. Kirkpatrick Company), 1953.
          31        Refractories For Every Purpose. (Indianapolis, IN: W.H. Edwards
                         Engineering), [n.d.].
          32        Repair Parts List. (Enon, OH: R.R. Kirkpatrick), 1954 Jun 25.
          33        Review of Filler Extender Quality Evaluation. (Forest Products 
                         Journal), 1977 Apr.
          34        Revision of Flour Ceiling. (Chicago, IL: Millers National
                         Federation), 1943 Nov 29.
          35        Robertson, Joe E. "Cereal Glue Extenders". Reprinted from  1956
                         Feb. Veneers and  Plywood. 
          36        Robertson, Joe E. "Do We Appreciate the Value of the Millfeed". 
                         (Northwestern Miller), 1966 Feb.
          37        Robertson, Joe E. "Let's Analyze The Glue Extender Problem.
                         Reprinted from Plywood Magazine, 1966 Jun.
          38        Robertson, Joe E. "Some Observations on 80% Flour Milling". 
                         (Minneapolis, MN: Miller Publishing Co.), 1946 Jun 11. 
          39-40     Robertson, Phil R. "The Robertson Corporation: 1880-2000", 2006 Feb.
          41        Robertson, Phil R. "Part Four: Expansion & WWII 1929 1945
                         (Robertson Corporation), 2006 Feb.
          42        Robertson, Richard S. "Dick". Candidate for Congress, [n.d.].
          43        Robertson, Richard S. "Dick."  Recollections of My Life in 
                         Brownstown, Indiana. (Brownstown, IN: The Robertson 
                         Corporation), [n.d.].

36        01        Roll Grinding and Corrugating Blanks. (Cincinnati, OH: The 
                         Orville Simpson and Company), 1923-1924.  
          02        Roll Grinding and Corrugating Blanks. (Cincinnati, OH: The
                         Orville Simpson Company), 1925-1926.
          03        Roll Grinding and Corrugating Blanks. (Cincinnati, OH: The
                         Orville Simpson Company), 1930-1933.
          04        Roll Grinding and Corrugating Blanks. (Cincinnati, OH: The
                         Orville Simpson Company), 1933. 
          05        Roll Grinding and Corrugating Blanks. (Cincinnati, OH: The 
                         Orville Simpson Company), 1935-1941.
          06        Roll Grinding and Corrugating Blanks. (Cincinnati, OH: The 
                         Orville Simpson Company), 1938-1941.
          07        Roll Grinding and Corrugating Blanks. (Cincinnati, OH: The
                         Orville Simpson Company), 1943-1947.
          08        Seasonal and Short-Time Fluctuations in Wheat Prices in Relation
                         to the Wheat-Price Cycle. (Topeka, KS: Kansas State
                         Printing Plant), 1935 Sep.
          09        Sepro-X. (Seymour, IN: Robertson Corporation), [n.d.].
          10        Sepro-X Testimonials. (Seymour, IN: Robertson Corporation), [n.d.].
          11        Sieve Bolter. (Schindler Bolting Cloth), 1924-1926.
          12        Simplex "501". (Muncy, Pennsylvania: Sprout-Waldron), [n.d.].
          13        Smithsonian Donation. (Kansas City, MO: Milling and Baking 
                         News), 1979 Aug, Nov.
          14        Smithsonian Reception. (Cereal Foods World), 1979 Dec. 
          15        Spreading Glue by Spraying. Veneers and Plywood, 1958 Feb.
          16        Sprout Waldron Rotary Crusher Feeder. (Muncy, Pennsylvania:
                         Sprout-Waldron), [n.d.].
          17        Sprout-Waldron Custom Grind Hammer Mill. (Muncy, 
                         Pennsylvania: Sprout-Waldron), [n.d.].
          18        The Sprout-Waldron Sack Cleaner. (Muncy, Pennsylvania: Sprout-
                         Waldron & Co., Inc.), [n.d.].
          19        Tetcosilk. (New York, NY: Tolber, Ernst and Traber, Inc.), [n.d.].
          20        The Only School in the World. (Manhattan, KS: Kansas State
                         University), [n.d.].
          21        Thomson Commodity Report. (New York, NY: Thomas &
                         McKinnon Auchincloss Kohlmeyer Inc.), 1976 Dec 20. 
          22        Timber Processing Vol. 13 No. 8 (Montgomery, AL: Hatton-
                         Brown Publishers), 1988 Sep. 
          23        Time Magazine. (Chicago, IL: Time Inc.), 1980 Jan 21, Vol. 115 
                         No. 3.
          24        Time Magazine. (Los Angeles, CA: Time Inc.), 1985 Feb 18, Vol. 
                         125 No. 7.
          25        Triple-R Dog Food. (Brownstown, IN: Ewing Mill Co.), [n.d.].
          26        "The Triple-R Family" (Petfood Industry: Sea Isle City, NJ), 1961 Aug.
          27        Twins. (Robertson Corporation), 1971-2003. 
          28        Uniform Order Bill of Lading. (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 
                         Company), [n.d.].
          29        "United States Department of Agriculture: Agriculture Marketing
                         Service" (Federal Register), 1964 Jan 25. 
          30        "We've Moved". (Wichita, KS: Kice Industries), [n.d.].
          31        Western Corn Shellers and Cleaners. (Decatur, IL:  Union Iron
                         Works), [n.d.].
          32        Western Corn Shellers and Cleaners Catalog 40. (Decatur, IL: 
                         Union Iron Works), [n.d.].
          33        What About Glue Extender Flour. (Brownstown, IN: Ewing Mill
                         Company), [n.d.].
          34        Wheat Abstracts. (Lincoln, NE: Nebraska College of Agriculture),
                         1962 Oct.
          35        Wheat Situation. (Washington D.C.: U.S. Department of 
                         Agriculture), 1972 Sep 15.
          36        The Whirlaway is Practical and Durable. (Jefferson, City, MO: JE
                         Hagan Mill Machinery), [n.d.].
          37        You, Too, Can Shell Corn More Profitably With the New Corn
                         Master Sheller. (Ashland, OH: Sanders Grain Machinery), [n.d.].

                    Books

37                  Consolidated Catalogs, Edition No. 7. (Chicago, IL: National 
                         Millers Publication, Inc.) 1949.             
                    Consolidated Grain Milling Catalogs and Engineering
                         Bluebook Edition No. 10 (Prospect Heights, IL:
                         Consolidated Catalogs, Inc.), 1957.
                    The Consolidated Grain Milling Catalogs, Edition No. 5 (Chicago,
                         IL: National Miller Publications, Inc.), 1941.
                    Feedstuffs: Feed Additive Compendium Issue. (Minneapolis, MN:
                         Miller Publishing Company), [n.d.].

38                  Frame, Robert Murray, III. The Progressive Millers: A Cultural 
                         and Intellectual Portrait of the Flour Milling Industry,
                         1870-1930, Focusing on Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Ann
                         Arbor, MI: University of Microfilms International), 1984.
                    Haines, Tom.  Flouring Mills of Montana Territory (s.l.;  Friends
                         of  the University of Montana Library), 1984.     
                    Lawlein, S.J and Newton C. Evans. Milling Chemistry Questions 
                         and Answers. (Chicago, IL: National Miller), 1925.
                    Miller, Edgar S.  Studies in Practical Milling (Minneapolis, MN:
                         Miller Publishing Co.), 1941.
                    Plans of Grain Elevators, Edition No. 4. (Chicago, IL: Grain 
                         Dealers Journal), [n.d.].
						 
39                  Pomeranz, Y. Industrial Uses of Cereals. (St. Paul, MN: American
                         Association of Cereal Chemists). 
                    Sherfey, Florence E. Eastern Washington's Vanished Gristmills 
                         and the Men Who Ran Them. (Fairfield Washington: Ye 
                         Galleon Press), 1978.
                    Sherfey, Florence E.  Wind In His Sails (Spokane, WA: Lawton
                         Printing, Inc.), 1987.
                    Steen, Herman.  Flour Milling in America (Minneapolis, MN: T.
                         S. Denison & Company, Inc.), 1963.

                    ARTIFACTS - Moved to Artifact Collection

                    Bags
                         Glu-X Bags, 4 each
                         Triple R Dog Food
                    Business Cards
                         The Robertson Corporation, 13 each
                         Robertson Corporation Plywood cards, 3 each
                         W. H. Edwards Engineering Company, Incorporated, 
                              Indianaopils, IN
                    Calenders
                         1881-1981  The First 100 Years, Desk Planner, 2 each
                         1989 Time-Minder Calender, 3 each
                         Milling Milestones to the New Millennium, 2000, 2 each
                         The Monthly Executive Planner, 2002
                    Coins
                         Commemorative, 1881-1981, 9 each
                    Flour Slicks
                         Metal, 10 eeach
                         Metal, 2 with leather cases
                    Key Chain, Great Southern Plywood
                    Pen, Ink
                         Robertson Corporation, 2 with seed
                         Robertson Corporation, 2 with IU, 1976 NCAA Champs
                    Tags, Shipping
                         B. F. Gump Company, Chicago, IL
                         Roll Tag
                         The Essmueller Company, St. Louis, MO
                              Peerless Ground Cut or Smoth, 2 each
                         Robertson Corporation 
                              16% Dairy Feed
                              16 «% Daily Feed
                              20% Turkey Grower
                              21% Growing Mash
                              22% Broiler Mash
                              22% HY-CAL Starter-PMC Medicated
                              27% Turkey Starter
                              32% Dairy Supplement-A
                              35% Hog Supplement
                              40% Hog Supplement
                              50% Protein Tankage
                              56% Fish Meal
                              60% Protein Tankage
                              40 Plus Hog Supplement
                              300 Egg Mash
                              All Mash
                              Beef Topper-A
                              Bran-Molasses Mix
                              Broiler Finisher
                              Broiler Mash
                              Calf Milk Replacer
                              CAV-PEP Calf Meal
                              Diethylstil Brestrol Mix Incorporated  in Cattle 
                                   Crowder
                              Distillers Molasses Mix
                              EMCO Half and Half
                              E-X Egg Mash
                              FARRO-KLEEN 180 Medicated
                              Fish Meal
                              Growth & Developer
                              Grower & Developer, Medicated
                              Heise 16% Dairy Feed
                              Hi-Level Antibiotic Mix
                              Hi-Level Booster Feed
                              Hominy Feed
                              Horse and Mule Feed
                              HY-CAL All Mash Layer
                              Laying Mash
                              Midd-Mo-Lass
                              Milk Replacer
                              Molasses Cob Mix
                              Oatfeed-Molasses Mix
                              Pig & Sow Meal
                              Pig Starter
                              Pig Wormer Feed
                              Pig 'N Sow
                              Pig 'n Sow Meal
                              Rabbit Pellets
                              Rye Middlings and Ground Rye Screenings
                              Scale Buster Hot Fattener
                              Starter & Grower
                              Starting Mash with Nitrofurazone and Arsonic 
                                   Growth Stimulant
                              Sterol 400-D
                              Super Chop Feed
                              Sweet-Creep Pig Starter
                              Triple-R Dog Feed
                              Triple-R Rabbit Pellets
                              Wheat Bran
                              Wheat Middlings and Ground Wheat Screenings
                              Wheat Red Dog
                              Wheat Shorts with Ground Wheat Screenings
                         Sprout-Waldron & Company, Incorporated, Muncy, PA
                              Roll Tag, 2 each
                         Vogt Brothers Manfacturing Company, Louisville, KY
                              Roll Tag
                    




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