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Indianapolis Commercial Club
Eli Lilly and Company; Lilly, Eli, 1838-1898; Office buildings; Business districts
Eli Lilly, Sr., helped organize the Indianapolis Commercial Club, today the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, and served as its first president.
Indianapolis Power and Light Headquarters
Indianapolis Power & Light Company--Photographs; Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Office buildings; Business districts
In 1964 the Indianapolis Power and Light Company Building expanded and received a new façade. [ca.1970]
Indianapolis Water Company Building Decorated for Christmas
Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Christmas; Christmas decorations; Columbia Club (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Photographs; Business districts; Office buildings
By the 1940s the Circle began to include holiday decorations and even a few lights. Several of the buildings surrounding the Circle, including the Indianapolis Water Company, also joined in the holiday...
Indianapolis Water Company on Monument Circle
Columbia Club (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Photographs; Indianapolis Water Company Building (Indianapolis, Ind.); Business districts; Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.)
In 1891 the Indianapolis Water Company moved its headquarters to the Bishop's House, located on the northeast quadrant of the Circle. Originally built in 1871, the site belonged to the Episcopal diocese...
Insurance Building on the Northeast Quadrant of Monument Circle
Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Chase Bank Building (Indianapolis, Ind.); Fidelity Building (Indianapolis, Ind.); Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); American Fletcher National Bank (Indianapolis, Ind.); Business districts
The Insurance Building and the Water Company building next door occupy the site that will become the Fidelity Bank Building. In the foreground is the statue of William Henry Harrison.
Interurban Car in Sullivan
Street-railroads; Business districts; Bicycles; Transportation
In 1912, Samuel Insull organized the Interstate Public Service Company in Indianapolis. This was primarily an interurban company requiring power to run their streetcars. They produced their own electricity...
Interurban in a Small Town
Railroads; Street-railroads; Streets; Business districts; Wagons
Norm C. Miller’s oil on canvas captures the essence of the interurban's presence and prominence in small town Indiana in the teens. Miller provided this painting for the book "Ghost Railroads of Indiana."...
L. Strauss and Company Building
L. Strauss and Company; Department stores; Business districts; Show windows; Advertising; Display of merchandise; Transportation; Bicycles; Clothing & dress; Shopping; Men's clothing
The store was located at 33-37 West Washington Street. It operated at this location from 1905-1946. Leopold Strauss, a young tailor from Chronberg, Germany worked for the company as a clerk. By 1879 he...
L.S. Ayres Department Store
Department stores--Indiana--Indianapolis; L.S. Ayres and Company; Business districts; Storefronts; Retail trade; Fashion merchandising--Indiana--Indianapolis
Fred Ayres built a new store on the corner of Washington and Meridian Streets which opened in 1905, tripling the size of the business. The old store closed on Saturday, September 30th, and employees moved...
L.S. Ayres Store, 33-37 W. Washington Street
L.S. Ayres and Company; Department stores--Indiana--Indianapolis; Ayres, Lyman S., 1824-1896; Retail trade; Business districts; Indianapolis (Ind.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Transportation
In 1875 Ayres moved the business across the street to 33-37 W. Washington where it would remain for 30 years. It had 4 floors and a basement. He believed in keeping up with the latest technology and retail...
Lakeside Businesses, Cedar Lake
Business districts; Grocery stores; Restaurants; Automobiles; Summer
Cedar Lake Bakery and Food Shop and Young's Hotel and Restaurant are shown.
Lebanon Hardware Company, Lebanon Indiana
Boone County (Ind.); Business districts; Automobile industry and trade; School buses; Automobile dealers
One days delivery of Chevrolet chassis for school buses are lined along Main Street in Lebanon in this 1935 image. The Lebanon Hardware Company and Reporter Building are seen behind.
Lincolnway Main Business Street, LaPorte, Indiana
LaPorte County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Lincoln Highway
This late 1940s view of downtown La Porte shows a section of the Lincoln Highway. The highway was the brainchild of Carl G. Fisher who recognized the need for a coast-to-coast highway. This section of...
Logansport Flood Scene, Note the Snow
Floods; Flood damage; Floods--Indiana--Cass County; Business districts; Natural disasters
4th Street from Nichols Studio
Main Cross Street, Edinburg, Indiana
Johnson County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Streets
The town of Edinburgh was platted in 1822. It was the site of the first mercantile establishments in the county. The arrival of the railroad made it an important grain and pork market. Industries included...
Main St. West, Farmersburg, Indiana
Sullivan County (Ind.); Cities and towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Railroad crossings; Railroad signals; Carriages & coaches; Wagons
Farmersburg was platted in 1853 and grew with the building of the Evansville and Terre Haute Railroad. Named for its agriculture, the town was also sometimes called Ascension when the Ascension Seminary...
Main Street North from Harrison Street, Elkhart, Indiana
Business districts; Transportation; Storefronts
Main Street, Bass Lake
Service stations; Grocery stores; Business districts; Gasoline pumps; Summer
Main Street, North from High Street, Elkhart, Indiana
Business districts; Storefronts; Transportation
Mainstreet in Zionsville, Indiana
Boone County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Horses; Carts & wagons; Dirt roads
Zionsville was platted in 1852 and named for one of its founders, William Zion. Located along the Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Lafayette Railroad, the town thrived with businesses, as seen in this ca....
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