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Flood scene in Rushville, Indiana, 1913
Floods; Storms; Neighborhoods; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Men
View of a flooded neighborhood in Rushville, Indiana. Men are standing in the street with water up to their knees. A horse and carriage are in the street. Some homes have flood water up to thier porches....
Flood scene, Rushville, Indiana, 1913
Floods; Storms; Water; Railroad cars; Business districts
View of a flooded street in Rushville, Indiana. A streetcar has stopped due to the flood waters ahead. The driver of the streetcar is standing in its entrance looking out at men standing in knee deep water...
Flood, 1913, Wabash, Indiana
Floods; Streets; Boats
View of flooding that has occured along Canal Street in Wabash, Indiana. Several people have gathered on a hill to look out over the flooded street. Two men stand beside a boat on the sidewalk.
Boat ride on E. Washington St., March 25, 1913
Floods; Water; Rowboats; Business districts; Umbrellas; Streets
View of East Washington Street in Shelbyville, Indiana. The street is flooded and two men are paddling a flat bottom boat down the middle of the road. Businesses and homes are visible in the background....
Mills Memorial Fountain, Thorntown, Indiana
Fountains; Streets; Hardware stores; Grocery stores; Sculpture
View of the Mills Memorial Fountains along Main Street in Thorntown, Indiana. The larger fountain in the background is topped by a statue. Various buildings line both sides of the street including a grocery...
Masonic Hall, Kendallville, Indiana
Fraternal lodges; Business districts; Windows; Balconies
View of the Masonic Hall on Main Street in Kendallville, Indiana. The building is three stories tall. The first floor windows and the side of the building have "Kelly House" printed on them. Balconies...
I.O.O.F. Building, Cowan, Indiana
Fraternal lodges; Storefronts; Wooden buildings
View of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Building in Cowan, Indiana. The wooden I.O.O.F. Building is two stories with stores on the street level.
American Furniture Co., Batesville, Indiana
Furniture industry; Factories; Utility poles; Men; Boys; Carriages & coaches
View of the three story brick factory building of the American Furniture Company in Batesville, Indiana. Several stacks of long boards are on pallets behind the building. Three men and two young boys stand...
Main Street looking East from Third, Gas City, Indiana
Grant County (Ind.); Business districts; Streets; Storefronts; Utility poles; Carriages & coaches
The town was laid out in 1867 and was initially named Harrisburg after John S. Harris, a local attorney. During the natural gas boom of 1887 the city was renamed Gas City. Glass, barrels and concrete were...
Main Street, Marco, Indiana
Greene County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Dirt roads
Marco was settled in 1816 and the town was laid out around 1868. There are theories about the origin of the town name, some say it is for famed explorer Marco Polo and others say it is a combination of...
Entrance to "Northern Beach" Carmel, Indiana
Hamilton County (Ind.); Automobiles; Summer; Transportation; Dirt roads
Carmel was first called Bethlehem and platted in 1837. Northern Beach, now a private park, was a recreational area along the White River at 116th Street.
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...
Main Street, New Palestine, Indiana
Hancock County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Dirt roads; Sidewalks
New Palestine was laid out in 1838 and was developed as an agricultural community. Originally the post office was called Sugar Creek and the railroad station was named Palestine. Today the farms are being...
Main Street, Mauckport, Indiana
Harrison County (Ind.); Rivers; Streets; Dirt roads; River life
Mauckport was founded in 1827 as New Market and renamed after Frederick Mauck, an early settler of the area. The Ohio River has played a major role in Mauckport history: John Hunt Morgan crossed over the...
West Main Street, Danville, Indiana
Hendricks County (Ind.); Residential streets; Baseball players
This scene of Danville's Main Street would have been familiar to Baseball Hall of Famer Sam Thompson (1860–1922). Born in Danville, Thompson became one of the most impressive batters of the 19th century,...
Street, Pittsboro, Indiana
Hendricks County (Ind.); Streets; Business districts; Dirt roads; Utility poles; Carts & wagons
The town of Pittsboro, depicted here, lies northwest of Brownsburg. The main industry in the area, as in Hendricks County, has always been agriculture. The Big Four Railroad carried farm products to market...
Broad Street, East of Main Street, New Castle, Indiana
Henry County (Ind.); New Castle (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Utility poles; Street lights; Awnings; Street railroad tracks
New Castle, known as "The Rose City" in the early 1900s, was the major grower of the American Beauty Rose. Damage from the 1917 tornado, competition, and export decline during WWI combined to destroy the...
Culver Union Hospital, Crawfordsville, Indiana
Hospitals; Porches; Balconies; Carriages & coaches
View of the Culver Union Hospital in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Two vehicles are parked on the street in front of the hospital. The building looks more like a house than a hospital and has a large front...
Hotel Spencer, Marion, Indiana
Hotels; Automobiles; Streets
View of the Hotel Spencer in Marion, Indiana. The three-story brick hotel is located on the corner of a busy intersection. Several cars are parked on the street in front of the hotel.
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...
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