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Union City Carriage Mfg. Co., Union City, Indiana
Tents; Machinery; Water pumps; Banners
View of a tent for the Union City Carriage Manufacturing Company of Union City, Indiana. Various machinery is displayed under the tent. A smaller banner hanging off of the tent advertises Joseph H. Goldcamp...
Christian Union Church, Brownsville, Indiana
Union County (Ind.); Churches; Wooden buildings; Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Located near Brownsville, the Christian Union Church organized in 1865 after political disputes during the Civil War caused a rift among local Methodists. This simple clapboard structure is representative...
Big Four Depot, Union City, Indiana
Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; African Americans; Men
View of a train station in Union City, Indiana. Several sets of railroad tracks run beside the depot. A group of men and boys, including one African American, wait on the platform next to the tracks.
Mill Scene, Union Mills, Indiana
Mills; Abandoned buildings; Houses
View of an apparently abandoned mill in Union Mills, Indiana. The four story wooden structure has boards missing from the walls and several broken windows. A few houses are visible in the background.
Market Street Looking South Liberty, Indiana
Union County (Ind.); Cities & towns; City & town life; Business districts; Storefronts; Sidewalks; Utility poles; Drugstores; Grocery stores
Because of Liberty’s central location, the county seat was moved there from Brownsville in 1823. Platted in 1822, the town became a commercial hub for county residents. Numerous businesses surrounded...
High School, Liberty, Indiana
Union County (Ind.); High school buildings; High schools; High school students; Schools
Built in 1924 and named after educator John Short, the school’s upper floors had classrooms, offices, a study hall, and a library. The gym was located in the basement. A new high school was built in...
Columbia Street, Union City, Indiana
Randolph County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Streets; Storefronts; Awnings; Sidewalks
Union City was platted in 1849. It was a part of the Quaker Trace, a route for runaway slaves that connected Richmond and Fort Wayne. In the 1850s it became a hub for railroad traffic with five railroad...
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...
Union Station, Muncie, Indiana
Railroad stations; Railroad tracks
View of Union Station in Muncie, Indiana. The building is primarily red brick and has railroad tracks on both sides. People are shown unloading a railroad car.
Union Depot, Reynolds, Indiana
Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Men; Hats; Signs (Notices)
View of the Union Depot in Reynolds, Indiana. Two intersecting lines of railroad tracks meet in front of the station house. Three men in hats stand on the platform beside the tracks. There are two signs...
Stanley Memorial Institute, Liberty, Indiana
Buildings; Flags; Bicycles & tricycles; Automobiles; Festive decorations
View of the Stanley Memorial Institute in Liberty, Indiana. A flag hangs over the entrance to the building. A celebration seems to have taken place as there is a crowd gathered near the door, and the wheels...
Just Arrived at Union Depot, Reynolds, Indiana
Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Railroad locomotives; Smoke
View of a train arriving at the station in Reynolds, Indiana. Smoke billows from the locomotive as it comes to a stop. Four passengers are waitig on the platform.
Power House I.U.T. System, Anderson, Indiana
Power industry; Smokestacks; Industrial facilities; Smoke; Meadows
View of the power house of the Indiana Union Traction System in Anderson, Indiana. Two smokestacks are visible; one on each end of the power house building. The foreground consists of a large expanse of...
Street Car that Wrecked Building at Eight and Walnut, Friday, May 17, 1907, Evansville, Indiana
Street railroad accidents; Street railroad strikes; Street railroads; Accidents
Car nineteen is shown with extensive damage to the roof and front end. Debris is lying in the street. A crowd is looking on in the background.
Interior of M.E. Church, Liberty, Indiana
Methodist Episcopal Churches; Interiors; Organs; Light fixtures
Interior view of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Liberty, Indiana. The image shows theater style seating for the congregation. The organ pipes are centered behind a row of chairs. A large light fixture...
Market Street Looking South, Liberty, Indiana
Business districts; Stores & shops; Drugstores; Grocery stores; Dry goods stores; Millinery
View of Market Street in Liberty, Indiana. The storefronts of the drug store, grocery, millinery shop and dry goods store are shown.
I.U.T. Station, Parker, Indiana
Railroad cars; Railroad stations; Electric railroads; Passengers
View of the Indiana Union Traction Co. Station in Parker, Indiana. The small wooden building has an open porch on the front. An interurban car is sitting on the tracks beside the station and two passengers...
C. U. Church, Brownsville, Indiana
Churches; Bells; Bell towers
View of a small country church in Brownsville, Indiana. The church is a plain clapboard building with a bell tower.
I.U.T. Station, Arcadia, Indiana
Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad stations; Men; Porches
View of the Indiana Union Traction station in Arcadia, Indiana. A train is on the tracks in front of the station. A small group of men stand in front of a porch a short way back from the tracks.
Schenk Residence, Overlooking the Ohio at Vevay, Indiana
Switzerland County (Ind.); Schenck, Ulysses Phillip, 1811-1884; Immigrants; Mansions; Ohio River
Ulysses P. “Hay King” Schenk (1811-1884) born in Neuchatel, Switzerland was an entrepreneur, shipping magnate, and family man. In Vevay he used the Ohio River to access southern markets. His ship the...
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