Group portrait of the News Boys' Band in Winona Lake, Indiana. The forty-eight young men are posed outdoors wearing their uniforms and holding their instruments. Two adults are standing in the middle of the group. The large bass drum has the band's...
The fourth and current courthouse is in the Second Empire style of design with mansard roofs and a 162 ft. high octagonal dome It was built ca.1882-1884 by Thomas J. Tolan. He died during construction and the project was completed by his son,...
Kosciusko County (Ind.); Courthouses; Government facilities
View of Main Street in Syracuse, Indiana. A banner hanging across the street advertises Jubilee Day on August 31. Various stores line the street; many with awnings over their entrances. Other signs along the street advertise ice cream soda and...
Streets; Banners; Stores & shops; Awnings; Business districts
Several rowboats are shown pulled up on the shore of Lake Wawasee in Indiana. A crowd of people stands about on the dock and along the shore. There are a couple boats filled with people out on the lake.
View of a Presbyterian Church in Packerton, Indiana. The church is constructed of brick and has decorative brickwork below the eaves and along the roof line. Four slender arched windows decorate one wall of the church.
Presbyterian churches; Churches; Brickwork; Windows
Before school consolidation, most basketball games were played in gyms only a few feet larger than the playing floor. In Sidney, the court was so short that one team's free throw line had to serve as the other team's ten-second line.
Kosciusko County (Ind.); Basketball players; High school students; Basketball teams; Sports
The Winona Interurban was created to carry people to the assembly grounds in Winona Lake, but by 1910 it was providing service from Goshen in the north to Peru in the south. It carried passengers from 1903 to 1938 and freight from 1903 to 1952.