From the back of the postcard: "Each Christmas, cooperative efforts of hundreds of individuals as well as civic and business groups, turn the Indianapolis Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument into a dazzling Christmas tree. Located in the heart of the...
Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Indiana State Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument (Indianapolis, Ind.); Monuments & memorials; Historic sites; Christmas decorations
View of Cincinnati Street in Nineveh, Indiana. The street is not paved and appears to be a residential street. A lone carriage drives down the road in the distance. Another horse-drawn vehicle is stopped in front of a sign advertising gasoline. On...
The Randolph County courthouse was designed by J.C. Johnson and built by Aaron G. Campfield from 1875-1877. It had a mansard roof and a central tower until 1954 when they were replaced with a flat roof. On the grounds is the Soldiers’ and...
December 27, 1912
Randolph County (Ind.); Courthouses; Government facilities; Monuments; Statues
The bridge across Jefferson Street, a major business and retail thoroughfare, was once famous for the row of buildings constructed on it by the Rev. Albert Johnson. The buildings are now gone and a new bridge has replaced the old. The construction...
Huntington County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Pedestrians; Sidewalks
View of a Methodist Episcopal church in Greenwood, Indiana. The church has a square tower over the front entrance. Some children are walking on the sidewalk next to the building. A streetlight is suspended over the intersection nearby.
Methodist Episcopal churches; Towers; Street lights
View of the streetcar the Dixie Flyer as it travels down a road in Edinburgh, Indiana. A group of men have gathered at the corner while further up the road another man parks a bike. Various businesses line the street including a furniture store and...
Electric railroads; Railroad cars; Streets; Street railroad tracks; Stores & shops
The Owen County courthouse was dedicated in 1911. The Classic Revival limestone structure was designed by Jesse Townsend Johnson, who is said to have later helped redesign Arlington National Cemetery to include the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Owen County (Ind.); Courthouses; Government facilities
View across the Blue River to the Starch and Glucose Works in Edinburgh, Indiana. The factory complex is made up of several buildings dominated by two tall smokestacks billowing dark smoke into the air.
The town of Pittsboro, depicted here, lies northwest of Brownsburg. The main industry in the area, as in Hendricks County, has always been agriculture. The Big Four Railroad carried farm products to market from this area at the turn of the 20th...
Hendricks County (Ind.); Streets; Business districts; Dirt roads; Utility poles; Carts & wagons
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