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Davis Hotel, Sullivan, Indiana
Hotels; Balconies; Boys
View of the three story Davis Hotel in Sullivan, Indiana. An iron balcony tops the entrance of the brick building. Three boys stand in the street beside the hotel while other people are seated in front...
Bundy Hotel & Race St. looking West, New Castle, Indiana
Hotels; Balconies; Business districts; Automobiles; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Stores & shops
View of the Bundy Hotel located on Race Street in New Castle, Indiana. A car along with a horse and carriage are waiting at the curb in front of the three story hotel. There is a small balcony on the second...
Bliss Hotel, Bluffton, Indiana.
Hotels; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Bicycles & tricycles; Streets; Balconies
View of the three story Bliss Hotel in Bluffton, Indiana. The hotel is on the corner of a commercial street in the city. Some horse-drawn carriages are on the street and two bicycles are parked near the...
Coppes Hotel, Nappanee, Indiana
Hotels; Storefronts; Business districts; Hitching posts; Bicycles & tricycles; Hardware stores
View of a street in Nappanee, Indiana that includes the Coppes Hotel and a hardware store. The two story hotel takes up most of the city block. There is ornate work on top of the building. Three bicycles...
Main East of Meridian Street, Greentown, Indiana
Howard County (Ind.); Storefronts; Stores & shops; Streets; Dirt roads
Greentown became one of Howard County's "boom" towns after the discovery of natural gas deposits in the 1880s. This in turn spawned a related "glass boom" manufacturing industry in the county. Even so,...
Jefferson St., Huntington, Indiana
Huntington County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Pedestrians; Sidewalks
The bridge across Jefferson Street, a major business and retail thoroughfare, was once famous for the row of buildings constructed on it by the Rev. Albert Johnson. The buildings are now gone and a new...
Wayne Street, Warren, Indiana
Huntington County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Sidewalks; Utility poles; Automobiles; Pedestrians
The town was platted as Jonesboro in 1836 but was renamed Warren in 1839 for Revolutionary War General Joseph Warren. The town grew with the arrival of the railroad in 1878 and the discovery of oil in...
Train accident, Huntington, Indiana
Huntington County (Ind.); Railroad accidents; Cities & towns; Grocery stores; Crowds
The Chicago, Bluffton and Cincinnati Rail Road existed from 1907-1917 connecting Huntington to Cincinnati. In 1913 a loose locomotive from the roundhouse ran down Front Street Riverside Drive tracks and...
Berne Manufacturing Co., Berne, Indiana
Industrial facilities; Stone buildings; Industry
View of the Berne Manufacturing Company in Berne, Indiana. The building itself is made of stone and has a three story section that faces the street. There are three other sections of the building that...
Tenth Regiment U. S. Infantry marching through Batesville, Indiana
Infantry; Soldiers; Parades & processions; Horses; Military parades & ceremonies; Carts & wagons; Flags
View of the Tenth regiment Indiana volunteer infantry as they parade down a street in Batesville, Indiana. A crowd of townspeople lines the street and watches as the soldiers pass by. Some soldiers are...
Street Car, Brownstown, Indiana
Jackson County (Ind.); Street railroads; Street railroad tracks; Mules
Many Jackson County communities such as Seymour, Brownstown, Vallonia, and Medora grew up along the railroad lines. The last horse and mule-drawn streetcar in the state ran between Ewing and Brownstown;...
Lake County Jail, Crown Point, Indiana
Jails; Porches; Plant containers
View of the Lake County Jail in Crown Point, Indiana. The brick building is large and extends back away from the street. A brick wall seems to close off the back part of the building from the public. The...
Washington Street Bridge Over Iriquois [Iroquois] River, Rensselaer, Indiana
Jasper County (Ind.); Rivers; Bridges; Iroquois River (Ind. and Ill.)
The Iroquois River flows through the town of Rensselaer on its way to the Mississippi River. This iron bridge on Washington Street spanned the Iroquois River until 1941.
Street Scene, Pennville, Indiana
Jay County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Carriages & coaches; Awnings; Dirt roads; Sidewalks; Trees
Laid out as New Lisbon in 1836, the town's name changed to Camden in 1837. Later it was changed to Penn for the township, named after William Penn in honor of local Quaker settlers. Due to confusion with...
High Street, Red-Key [Redkey], Indiana
Jay County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Dirt roads; Sidewalks; Utility poles; Carriages & coaches
Laid out in 1854 as Mount Vernon, it was renamed for James Redkey, a pioneer preacher who platted an addition in 1867. Locals have called it Lick Skillet, Grab All and Buzzards Roost for meager meals that...
West on Main Street, Madison, Indiana
Jefferson County (Ind.); Business districts; Banks; Storefronts; Sidewalks; Pedestrians; Horses; Carriages & coaches
This view looking west down Main Street in Madison was taken in 1912. Visible are people on the sidewalk, horse and buggies, and buildings such as the National Branch Bank. In 1977, this stretch was chosen...
Business Street, Greenwood, Indiana
Johnson County (Ind.); Business districts; Automobiles; Utility poles; Awnings; Streets
Greenwood was a residential settlement for many years with churches and physicians. Stores did not begin opening until 1845. Soon there were many tradesmen and the area became a commercial center.
Pearl Street, Trafalgar, Indiana
Johnson County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Grocery stores; Utility poles; Dirt roads; Houses
This view of Pearl Street in Trafalgar includes the Trafalgar Cash Grocery on the right. Originally named Hensley Town after settler Richardson Hensley, the name was changed in 1866.
Street in Oaktown
Knox County (Ind.); Streets; Dirt roads
The arrival of the railroad in Knox County meant a way to move surplus crops to market. Small towns like Oaktown developed as a result.
Baptist Church, Wolcottville, Indiana
LaGrange County (Ind.); Baptist churches; Churches; Wooden buildings
The Baptist Church of Wolcottville was organized in 1837 with nine members, at first it was a mission station with worship held in a blacksmith shop. This church was completed in 1878 and the old one was...
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