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Main St. South from Statts St., Fortville, Indiana
Business districts; Streets; Storefronts; Awnings
View of a section of Main Street in Fortville, Indiana. Brick buildings line both sides of the street. Many storefronts have awnings open over the sidewalks.
West Side of the Square, Greensburg, Indiana
Business districts; Storefronts; Drugstores; Grocery stores; Dry goods stores
View of several storefronts along the square in Greensburg, Indiana. The names of many of the businesses can be read and include a grocery store, drug store, and dry goods store. There are horses and buggies...
N. Railroad St., Spencer, Indiana
Business districts; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Storefronts; Law offices; Streets
View of North Railroad Street in Spencer, Indiana. Several storefronts face the railroad station and tracks across the street. A large sign on the corner advertises the Office of T. G. Spangler, Lawyer....
State St. Looking East, Pendleton, Indiana
Business districts; Carriages & coaches; Streets; Storefronts; Aerial views
Aerial view of State Street in Pendleton, Indiana. The storefronts line up along a wide sidewalk. Some horses and carriages are tied to hitching posts along the curb.
Business Street, Boswell, Indiana
Business districts; Automobiles; Street lights; Storefronts; Hardware stores; Streets; Lawn mowing
Storefronts line both sides of this street in Boswell, Indiana. The sidewalks are paved and streetlights are on each corner. Push lawn mowers are on the sidewalk in front of a hardware store. Two cars...
North Side Michigan Street, Looking West, New Carlisle, Indiana
Business districts; Hitching posts; Dirt roads; Awnings; Storefronts
View of Michigan Street in New Carlisle, Indiana. Storefronts line the street. Most of the businesses have awnings over their entrances. The street is dirt and there are hitching posts along the curb.
West Maine St., Darlington, Indiana
Business districts; Storefronts; Streets; Dirt roads; Dwellings; Porches
View of West Maine Street in Darlington, Indiana. Storefronts line one side of the street while a large home with a porch occupies the other side. Several people walk along the sidewalks next to the dirt...
Main Street, Dana, Indiana
Business districts; Light fixtures; Streets; Storefronts
View of Main Street in Dana, Indiana. Storefronts with overhangs line both sides of the street. A light fixture hangs over the intersection.
Business District, Churubusco, Indiana
Storefronts; Dirt roads; Business districts; Awnings; Stores & shops
Storefronts line both sides of a wide dirt street in Churubusco, Indiana. Many of the stores have awnings over their front entrances. A few people are walking down the sidewalk.
Main Business Street, Carlisle, Indiana
Storefronts; Automobiles; Dirt roads; Streets; Business districts
View of the business district in Carlisle, Indiana. Brick storefronts line both sides of the dirt street. Cars are parked in front of the businesses.
Business District, Cambridge City, Indiana
Storefronts; Awnings; Business districts; Carriages & coaches; Dirt roads; Horses
Storefronts with awnings line the unpaved street of the business district in Cambridge City, Indiana. Horses and carriages are tied to hitching posts along the sidewalks.
Montgomery County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Dirt roads; Transportation
A prospering community in northern Montgomery County, Ladoga was founded in 1836 by John Meyers. Visible in a main street view are a dress shop, drug store, restaurant and other vital commercial ventures...
North Main Street, Elliott House, Wakarusa
Elkhart County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Dirt roads; Transportation
The town was platted as Salem in 1852 but as there was already another Salem in Indiana, it was changed to Wakarusa, which oral tradition claims came from the Indian name meaning "knee deep in mud." The...
Elliott and Antrim Block, Sheridan, Indiana
Hamilton County (Ind.); Business districts; Buildings; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Transportation; Street lights
First called Millwood in 1860, this town was renamed Sheridan in 1871 to honor General Philip H. Sheridan. Undertaker and furniture dealer J.G. Antrim wrote of his store, "we own . . . over 8000 square...
State Street Looking West, Pendleton, Indiana
Madison County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Transportation; Carriages & coaches; Baby carriages
Pendleton was named after its founder Thomas M. Pendleton in 1823. This image shows State Street as it looked near the turn of the twentieth century.
Main St. Looking No., Bloomingdale, Indiana
Streets; Dirt roads; Carriages & coaches; Stores & shops; Storefronts
View of Main Street in Bloomingdale, Indiana. One story buildings line the dirt street. Two people are standing on the sidewalk, while horses and carriages are on the street.
Birney Safety Cars in Operation on Wabash Avenue, Terre Haute, Indiana, U.S. A. April, 1920
Street railroad tracks; Street railroads; Traffic signs & signals; Automobiles; Transportation; Pedestrians; Business districts; Traffic police; Storefronts; Cable railroads
L. E. Morrison & Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
Stores & shops; Storefronts; Window displays; Luggage; Purses
Image of the L. E. Morrison & Co. storefront and display windows on Washington Street in Indianapolis, Indiana. The company sells purses, luggage and trunks. Prices are visible on some of the merchandise....
South 3 TH St Ambia, Indiana
Business districts; Dirt roads; Stores & shops; Storefronts
Brick buildings line South 3rd Street in Ambia, Indiana. This appears to be a business district with people standing on sidewalks that line the dirt road.
Main St., W. Berne, Indiana
Streets; Buildings; Dirt roads; Storefronts; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons
Two story brick buildings line Main Street in downtown Berne, Indiana. The road is dirt and two carriages are parked in front of some business while another horse-drawn wagon is in the street.
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