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Home of General Lew Wallace
Montgomery County (Ind.); Porches; Wallace, Lew, 1827-1905
Lew Wallace (1827-1905), later in his life as author, soldier, statesman, artist, violinist, and inventor, lived in this discreet frame home in Crawfordsville. Though the residence no longer stands intact,...
Main Street, Looking West, Crawfordsville, Ind.
Montgomery County (Ind.); Business districts; Street railroads; Parades & processions
A small, unidentified parade or procession, probably ca. 1910-12, is depicted along Crawfordsville's Main Street, with structures including a theater and interurban station in the foreground.
Courthouse at Crawfordsville before 1917
Montgomery County (Ind.); Courthouses
A striking view of Montgomery County Courthouse was etched for this pre-1917 postcard scene. William Bunting's astounding brick and sandstone edifice was built in 1876, though its massive front tower was...
Aerial View of Noblesville, Indiana
Aerial views; Hamilton County (Ind.); Business districts; Stores & shops
Noblesville was founded in 1823 and probably named for James Noble, the first U.S. senator from Indiana. The current courthouse was completed in 1879 and heated by steam, which was considered progressive...
Wabash Street, South from Market, Wabash, Indiana
Wabash County (Ind.); Transportation; Business districts; Street railroads
The electric streetcar arrived in Wabash in 1901. The first cars seated 48 people. They ran the length of the city including through the business district on Wabash Street every half hour for 5¢ a ride....
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...
Lindley Hall, Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana
Wayne County (Ind.); Universities & colleges--Indiana--Richmond; Educational facilities; Earlham College
Built in 1887, Lindley Hall at Earlham College housed the campus library before the structure was gutted by fire in 1924. Like many other Richmond buildings, it reflects the Romanesque revival architecture...
County Court House, Richmond, Indiana
Wayne County (Ind.); Courthouses; Towers
In 1893, this Wayne County Courthouse, replaced an 1870s structure, becoming the state's largest courthouse built in Romanesque style. Construction required 600 railcar loads of Indiana limestone and 3...
Courthouse, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Allen County (Ind.); Courthouses; Cupolas; Business districts
The courthouse was designed by Brentwood S. Tolan in the Beaux Arts style with Blue Bedford limestone and Vermont granite. Built 1897-1902, it includes bas-reliefs, skylights, a rotunda with a dome of...
Courthouse Square, Anderson, Indiana
Madison County (Ind.); Courthouses; Business districts; Transportation
The old county courthouse was built from 1882-1885. It was the design of architect George W. Bunting, believed to have been the most prolific designer of Indiana courthouses. The building was demolished...
Posey County Courthouse, Mount Vernon, Indiana
Posey County (Ind.); Courthouses; Government facilities; Cupolas
The Posey County seat was moved from Blackford to Springfield then in 1825 to Mount Vernon.
Rinks Flat Building in Indianapolis
The building is located on N. Illinois Street.
Hotels; English Hotel and Opera House (Indianapolis, Ind.); Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.)
"Finest Soldiers Monument In The World 285 Ft. High" is written at the bottom on the postcard. The handwritten note reads: "This is called the Circle. H."
View of White's Cafeteria and the Guaranty Building in Indianapolis
Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Office buildings; Restaurants; Business districts
View of the Guaranty Building and White's Cafeteria next door. The buildings are located in the southwest quadrant of the Circle. The postcard image shows some of South Meridian Street and the L.S. Ayres...
Dining Room at White's Restaurant, 34-36 Circle, Indianapolis, Indiana
Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Restaurants; Advertisements; Light fixtures; Dining rooms; Dining tables
White's was located in a long, narrow building. It served food cafeteria style. [ca. 1940]
Postcard of English Hotel and Opera House
Hotels; Theaters; English Theatre (Indianapolis, Ind.); Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); English Hotel and Opera House (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Word spread about the hotel. The message on the back of the postcard reads: "Dear Friend: This is view of hotel and opera house I mentioned before. Do you not think it an odd but pretty building. Will...
Indianapolis, Indiana, Columbia Club
Clubs; Coach drivers; Carriages & coaches; Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Horses; Horse teams
American Central Life Insurance Building, Indianapolis, Indiana
Buildings; Office buildings; Advertisements; Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.)
The historic American Central Life Insurance Building was built in 1875. It was commonly referred to as the Insurance Building. Along with the Indianapolis Water Company headquarters, the building was...
Feltman & Curme Shoe Store Advertisement
Shoe industry; Shoe stores; Shoes; Advertisements
Interior of White's Restaurant, 34-36 Circle, Indianapolis, Ind.
Restaurants; Dining tables; Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Advertisements
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