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W. Maumee Street, Angola, Indiana
Electric railroads; Street railroads; Street railroad employees; Stores & shops; People
View of West Maumee Street in Angloa, Indiana with a trolley car and tracks in the middle of the road. A small group of uniformed men pose beside the streetcar. Several shops and scattered people can be...
Street Corner, Clinton, Indiana
Electric railroads; Transportation; Business districts
An interurban car is shown at a corner in Clinton, Indiana. The business district of the city is visible in the background.
"Home Sweet Home", Peru, Indiana
Elephants; Camels; Horses; Baby animals; Circus animals; Drugstores; Banks; Streets
A line of circus animals parade down a street in Peru, Indiana. Adult elephants lead the way followed by a baby elephant and a group of camels. There is also a horse off to the side of the road. The animals...
Main Street, Goshen, Indiana
Elkhart County (Ind.); Business districts; Clothing & dress; Clocks & watches; Sidewalks
Oliver Crane created lots for the county seat in 1831. One tradition says Goshen is named after Mr. Crane's hometown in Orange County, New York; another says it was because the land was rich and productive...
West Vistula Street, Bristol, Indiana
Elkhart County (Ind.); Business districts; Dirt roads; Transportation
Bristol was founded in 1830 and platted in 1835. It was named for Bristol, England, by New England settlers.
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...
Market Street, Nappanee, Indiana
Elkhart County (Ind.); Business districts; Transportation; Clothing & dress
Laid out in 1874, Nappanee's name comes from the Missisauga na-pa-ni "flour," and was named after the Canadian town, Napanee, named for its gristmill. Another legend says it was named for an Indian maiden...
Constitutional Elm, Corydon, Indiana
Elms; Trees; Residential streets
View of a large elm tree in a residential area of Corydon, Indiana. The branches spread out over the street.
Flood in Madison, Indiana
Floods; Business districts; Disasters; Rowboats
View of a flooded street in Madison, Indiana. Flood waters are infiltrating the buildings along the road including the J. D. McKibben, Leaf Tobacco Company. A rowboat is tied-up nearby.
Washington Street Bridge One Hour Before It Collapsed March 26, 1913
Floods; Floods--Indiana; Bridges; Transportation
Washington Street Bridge from Westside, Indianapolis, March 27, 1913
Floods; Floods--Indiana; Natural disasters--Indiana; Bridges; Business districts; Rivers
Unloading Supplies for Flood Sufferers C.H. & D Yards Belmont Street
Floods; Floods--Indiana; Natural disasters--Indiana; Disaster relief--Indiana; Carts & wagons
Relief workers are unloading food. Railroad freight cars are in the background.
Pearl Street West Indianapolis, Flood March 27, 1913
Floods; Floods--Indiana; Natural disasters--Indiana; Mud; Storms; Neighborhoods; Dirt roads
The water appears to be receding. Yards around the homes have been washed out.
Looking North on Coffey from Ray Street
Floods; Floods--Indiana; Natural disasters--Indiana; Neighborhoods; Storms
Debris fills the street.
Car on West Michigan Street, Indianapolis Flood 1913
Floods; Floods--Indiana; Natural Disasters--Indiana; Street railroads; Neighborhoods
The railroad car is submerged in flood water.
Cars Caught in Flood March 1913, Indianapolis, Ind.
Floods; Floods--Indiana; Natural disasters--Indiana; Street railroads; Transportation; Horses; Umbrellas
Two West Michigan Street streetcars are caught in the flood water. Teams of horses are being brought in to tow them.
West New York Street, Indianapolis, Ind. March 25, 1913
Floods; Floods--Indiana; Natural disasters--Indiana; Streets; Canoes; Rowers
Chicago Life Saving Boat, Logansport, Indiana
Floods; Lifeboats; Disasters
The image shows a large rowboat full of people being rowed along a city street in Logansport, Indiana. The number 6 is painted on the stern of the boat. Flood water is fairly high up on the buildings.
North Meridian Street Bridge Washed Away by Flood
Floods; Natural disasters; Bridges
George Kessler’s long range landscape plan for Indianapolis called for the creation of 12 parks connected by parkways and boulevards, many along Fall Creek, White River, Brookside, and Pleasant Run....
Flood scene, Rushville, Indiana, 1913
Floods; Storms; Carts & wagons; Water
View of a flooded street in Rushville, Indiana. The strong current of the flood water is evident in this photo. The open door of one of the buildings shows it has been flooded. A meat delivery wagon and...
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