View of Borden College in Borden, Indiana. The two story brick building sits at the top of a hill. Tall grass and flowers cover the hill leading up to the building. A sign on the building reads "Borden Institute".
The county seat had been moved from Jeffersonville to Charlestown in 1811, then back to Jeffersonville in 1878. This courthouse was built at that time. It was replaced in 1970 by a modern facility that combines city and county offices.
Clark County (Ind.); Courthouses; Government facilities
A group of people are posed in front of the building including some people looking out the windows from inside. The majority of people pictured are men. The word "sanatarium" is written over the porch.
George Rogers Clark and his army of 170 French and American frontiersmen marched 180 miles across Illinois and waded through the freezing floodwaters of the Wabash River to surprise the British and force them to surrender Fort Sackville in February...
Knox County (Ind.); Clark, George Rogers, 1752-1818; Northwest, Old--History--Revolution, 1775-1783; Vincennes (Ind.)--History--Revolution, 1775-1783
View of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows building in Salem, Indiana. The three story brick I.O.O.F. building is located on a corner. Clark Bros. 5 and 10¢ Store occupies the ground floor. Advertisements for Cocal Cola and Old Times Cigars are...
Jeffersonville, the county seat, is among the oldest cities in Indiana. It was laid out in 1802, based on a grid pattern designed by then President Thomas Jefferson. He felt some land should be unsold as open-air buffers against the spread of...
Clark County (Ind.); Rivers; Aerial views; Cities & towns
When the Ohio River flooded in 1937 it engulfed the city of Jeffersonville. This view is from the Municipal Bridge seen in the lower left corner looking east, up river. The outline of the normal shore is seen on the right.
Clark County (Ind.); Aerial views; Floods--Indiana
The mural painting was done by Arthur Thomas and is located in The Seelbach Hotel, in Louisville, Kentucky. Upon hearing that the British had regained control of Vincennes, Clark marched his men through flooded lowlands to recapture Fort Sackville....