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State Street Corner of Hohman, Hammond, Indiana
Lake County (Ind.); Streets; Business districts; Storefronts; Awnings; Carriages & coaches; Street railroad tracks; Bricks; Utility poles
Hammond was first settled in 1851, making it the oldest of the large cities in the area. The first industry in the region was a meat packing business in Hammond. The town was originally called Hohman,...
Michigan Avenue North of Pennsylvania Avenue, Indiana Harbor
Lake County (Ind.); Streets; Business districts; Storefronts; Awnings; Utility poles
East Chicago was incorporated in 1889. Inland Steel Company moved to Indiana Harbor in 1901. The Indiana Harbor Ship Canal runs between Lake Michigan and the Grand Calumet River. This street scene shows...
State Street Looking West, Pendleton, Indiana
Madison County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Transportation; Carriages & coaches; Baby carriages
Pendleton was named after its founder Thomas M. Pendleton in 1823. This image shows State Street as it looked near the turn of the twentieth century.
Plymouth, Ind. Michigan Street
Marshall County (Ind.); Business districts; Streets; Storefronts; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons
Plymouth is believed to have been named for Plymouth, Massachusetts. When it was platted in 1834, the town had only two streets—Michigan and Yellow River. Early industry included sawmills, a plow company,...
Business Street, Argos, Indiana
Marshall County (Ind.); Streets; Business districts; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Automobiles; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches
Argos was platted in 1851 and called Sidney after Sidney Williams, an early settler and circuit judge. In 1859 the town was renamed Argos after the Greek city. “General Draying,” seen on the vehicle...
Main Street in Shoals, Indiana
Martin County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Carriages & coaches; Pedestrians; Sidewalks; Dirt roads; Awnings; Flags
Here is a view of Main Street in downtown Shoals sometime in the late 1800’s. Many people are out walking or riding in carriages as they visit and do business at places such as the drug store, grocery...
Masonic Temple and Main Street, Hope, Indiana
Masonic buildings; Fraternal organizations; Business districts; Streets
View of a section of Main Street in Hope, Indiana that includes the Masonic Temple. The three-story brick building is located in the midst of the town's business district.
Masonic Temple, Bedford, Indiana
Masonic buildings; Millinery; Department stores; Fraternal organizations; Columns
View of the Masonic Temple in Bedford, Indiana. The building towers over the neighboring stores on the street and is embellished with four large columns. There is a millinery store to one side of the Masonic...
M.E. Church, Greenwood, Indiana
Methodist Episcopal churches; Towers; Street lights
View of a Methodist Episcopal church in Greenwood, Indiana. The church has a square tower over the front entrance. Some children are walking on the sidewalk next to the building. A streetlight is suspended...
Montgomery County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Dirt roads; Transportation
A prospering community in northern Montgomery County, Ladoga was founded in 1836 by John Meyers. Visible in a main street view are a dress shop, drug store, restaurant and other vital commercial ventures...
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.
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...
Neighborhood in Ray, Indiana
Neighborhoods; Residential streets; Dwellings; Girls; Boys; Women; Carts & wagons
View of a neighborhood in Ray, Indiana. Three houses are visible along the street. Two women sit on the front steps at one house. On the sidewalk, a young girls pulls another girl along in a wagon. Further...
A View On Newton Street in Goodland, Indiana
Newton County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Carriages & coaches; Dirt roads
Established in 1861 by brothers, Timothy and William Foster, Goodland was named for the surrounding fertile prairie. Farming and the grain trade have been the mainstay of the town since its beginning.
North Cavin Street, Ligonier, Indiana
Noble County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Banks; Stores & shops; Awnings; Carts & wagons; Automobiles
Ligonier was platted in 1835 by Isaac Cavin. It had a large Jewish population which began with the immigration of two men in the early 1850s. The 1980s saw the number of Jewish inhabitants dwindle. Cavin...
Main Street, Avilla, Indiana
Noble County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Dirt roads
Avilla was founded around 1835 and incorporated in 1876. In 1846, a post office was established there with Noah Hill as the first post master. Here is a view of Main Street where several horse and buggies...
Looking north on Main Street, Cromwell, Indiana
Noble County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Awnings; Dirt roads
Cromwell was laid out in 1853 by Harrison Wood who named it for Englishman Oliver Cromwell. In 1911 the town still had a dirt Main Street, Cromwell did not see its first paved street until 1925. It is...
Rising Sun, Indiana
Ohio County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Streets; Residential streets; Street lights; Trees; Dirt roads
Shown here is a quiet view of a residential street in Rising Sun, Indiana. In the 1890s the melodrama “Blue Jeans,” by local playwright Joseph Arthur, was set in Rising Sun. The play became a Broadway...
Bucklen Opera House, Elkhart, Indiana
Opera houses; Carriages & coaches; Bicycles & tricycles; Automobiles; Drugstores; Bookstores
View of an opera house in Elkhart, Indiana. The three story building has decorative work over the windows and along the roof. The Opera Drug Store and Timmins Book Store are located on street level of...
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...
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