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Main Building, St. Mary's Academy, South Bend, Indiana
Universities & colleges; Churches
View of the Main Building at St. Mary's Academy in South Bend, Indiana. The five-story building is made of stone and brick. There are pointed arches in the roof. A church is located behind the building....
Studebaker Vehicle Works, South Bend, Indiana
Factories; Automobile industry
View of the Studebaker factory complex in South Bend, Indiana. The card states that this is the largest plant in the world, and that it covers 98 acres. Railroad tracks run beside the plant. A landscaped...
Oliver Hotel, South Bend, Indiana
Hotels; Awnings; Fountains
View of the Oliver Hotel in South Bend, Indiana. The six-story building is primarily made of brick. The second floor windows have architectural details over them. Large windows on the street level have...
Original Chapel, Notre Dame, Indiana
Churches; Chapels; Log buildings; Crosses; Universities & colleges
View of the original chapel at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana. The chapel was built in 1842. The log building is set next to a river. A window is centered above the entrance, and two more...
Tippecanoe Place, Residence of Col. George Studebaker, South Bend, Indiana
Dwellings; Driveways; Towers
View of the home of Col. George Studebaker in South Bend, Indiana. The home is Romanesque Revival style and made of Indiana fieldstone. There is an open tower area on one corner and arched entryways. A...
Aerial view of South Bend, Indiana
Aerial views; Cities & towns; Waterfronts
Aerial view of the waterfront and city of South Bend, Indiana. The picture shows the size of the city and gives a good view of an industry located next to the river.
Old Stump Mill, South Boston, Indiana
Mills; Milling machines; Grain industry; Grinding machines
View of a stump mill near the town of South Boston in Indiana. The mill is a wooden structure built over a large stump. Horses would be tied to the circular structure in the foreground and their movement...
Jefferson Boulevard Bridge, South Bend, Indiana
The city of South Bend began as an isolated outpost and grew into an important industrial center. In 1911, feeling a loss of their rural life and wanting active recreation centers, the city park commissioners...
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.
Dining Room at South Hall, University of Valparaiso
Universities & colleges; Dining rooms; Dining tables; Eating & drinking
View of the empty dining room in South Hall at the University of Valparaiso. The long room has three rows of tables. Each table has a cloth on it and is set for twelve people. The ceiling is open to show...
South Side of Square, Angola, Indiana
Automobiles; Convertible automobiles; Plazas; Horses; Buildings; Street lights
View of the south side of the square in Angola, Indiana. Several cars, including some with their tops down, are parked along the street. A few horses are visible in the background. Various buildings line...
South Side Stone Co., Bloomington, Indiana
Bodies of water; Rocks; Smokestacks; Machinery; Industry
View of the South Side Stone Company in Bloomington, Indiana. Large slabs of stone are stacked in rows alongside a body of water. Behind the rocks there is a wooden building with a smokestack and various...
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...
Lagro Roller Mills
Wabash County (ind.); Mills; Winter
Lagro was settled around 1829 on the Wabash River and was a main town along the Wabash and Erie Canal. Once a French and Indian trading post, it was named for Le Gros, a Miami chief. Originally part of...
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....
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...
South Bridge Arlington, Indiana
Bridges; Dirt roads; Covered bridges; Transportation
Parades & processions; Crowds; Patriotism; Celebrations; World War, 1914-1918; Umbrellas; Flags
The arch was constructed at South Meridian Street and Monument Circle. Dates on the arch are 1917 and 1919. At the top of the arch is written: "In Honor of Indiana's Living and Dead Who Fought that Liberty...
Main Street, Looking South, Warren, Indiana
Snow; Winter; Neighborhoods; Streets
Winter scene of Main Street in Warren, Indiana. Snow covers the ground and clings to the trees, houses, and utility wires in the neighborhood.
Hotel Hays, Warsaw, Indiana
Hotels; Balconies; Vines
View of Hotel Hays in Warsaw, Indiana. The three-story hotel has a balcony on the second level that extends out over the entrance. Ivy grows up the pillars on the first level.
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