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Wabash County Courthouse
Wabash County (Ind.); Courthouses; Domes; Porches
Early in 1880 electric light was set up on the dome of the courthouse. Special trains to Wabash carried 10,000 visitors and reporters from more than 40 newspapers to see it. Wabash claimed to be the first...
Delaware County Courthouse, Muncie, Indiana
Delaware County (Ind.); Courthouses; Government facilities; Carriages & coaches; Business districts
The county seat of Muncie was platted in 1827. It was named for a band of the Delaware tribe that lived there. The Delaware County Courthouse shown was built in 1887 and designed by Brentwood Tolan. A...
Old Wagon Bridge, Paoli Pike, New Albany, Ind.
Bridges; Covered bridges; Transportation
Old Swimmin Hole, Brookville, Ind.
Bridges; Covered bridges; Transportation; Rivers
Old Covered Bridge Over the Flatrock River, Columbus, Indiana
Bridges; Covered bridges; Dirt roads; Rivers; Transportation
Jennings County Court House, Vernon, Indiana
Courthouses; Government facilities; Towers
View of the Italianate-style county courthouse in Vernon, Indiana. The building has limestone trim that came from a local quarry. There is a tower to the left of the entrance.
Canoe Club and Boat House, Riverside Park
Boathouses; Canoes; Rivers; Recreation; Boat clubs; Bridges
View of the Canoe Club and boathouse along the river at Riverside Park in Indianapolis, Indiana. The club house is a large wooden three-story building with porches facing the river on the first and second...
First Interurban Car into Seymour, Indiana
Railroad cars; Crowds; Electric railroads; Street railroads
A crowd is standing in front of an interurban car at an intersection in Seymour, Idniana. The conductor is visible in the front window. A sign on the car lists its other stops which included Greenwood,...
Business Houses, Indianapolis Ave., Seymour, Indiana
Business districts; Streets; Restaurants; Bathhouses
View of several businesses along Indianapolis Avenue in Seymour, Indiana. A bathhouse and restaurant are among the businesses shown. Several people are posed along the sidewalk.
B. & O. S. W. Depot, Medora, Indiana
Railroad stations; Barrels
View of a train station in Medora, Indiana. Small barrels are lined up under the windows on one end of the station. A group of people stand on the platform next to a set of tracks.
West Bridge and Cemetery, Milroy, Indiana
Cemeteries; Dirt roads; Bridges; Carriages & coaches
A horse and carriage travels down a dirt road in Milroy, Indiana. There is a small bridge further up the road and a cemetery is visible in the background.
Johnson County Court House, Franklin, Indiana
Courthouses; Government facilities; Clock towers
View of the county courthouse in Franklin, Indiana. The ornate building has tower structures on each corner. A clock tower is centered over the etnrance.
Grand Opera House, Linton, Indiana
Opera houses; Flags
View of the opera house in Linton, Indiana. The building is dated 1905. A flag is draped from the balcony over the entrance.
Famous Hill Climber and Pennsylvania Depot, Madison, Indiana
Railroads; Railroad stations; Railroad passenger cars; Carts & wagons; Railroad employees; Railroad locomotives
View of a train and station in Madison, Indiana. The engineer stands in the entrance to the locomotive while a group of men walk toward the passenger car behind the engine. A horse and wagon wait beside...
Pavilion on Fair Grounds, Connersville, Indiana
Pavilions; Crowds; Flags; Fairs
View of the pavilion at the fairgrounds in Connersville, Indiana. Several men and women walk around the grounds surrounding the pavilion while more people are inside the pavilion leaning against the half...
Starch and Glucose Works on Blue River, Edinburg, Indiana
Starch industry; Factories; Rivers; Smokestacks; Smoke
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....
Governor Ray Residence, Brookville, Indiana
Governors; Dwellings; Porches; Rocking chairs
View of the residence of Indiana Governor James Brown Ray in Brookville, Indiana. Ray served as governor from 1825-1831. The two story house has wood siding and porches in both the front and back. A rocking...
Depot at Brookville, Indiana
Railroad stations; Railroads; Men; Women; Passengers
View of a train depot in Brookville, Indiana. A train has pulled up beside the station. Several men and women are standing around on the platform or walking over a small bridge to leave the station. There...
On Main St., Brookville, Indiana
Streets; City & town life; Flags--American; Banners; Carriages & coaches; Sidewalks; Stores & shops
View of Main Street in Brookville, Indiana. Several stores and buildings line the street. Visible signs include: Citizens Drug Store, Lincoln League, and Fries Buffet. Most of the buildings display American...
Side View of Thompson-Norris Paper Mills, Brookville, Indiana
Mills; Paper industry; Railroad tracks; Inclined planes; Smokestacks
View of the Thompson-Norris Paper Mill in Brookville, Indiana. The paper mill is a long, brick building Two smokestacks stand side by side at the far end of the building. Railroad tracks run by the side...
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