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Residence Section, Acton, Indiana
Wooden buildings; Porches; Sidewalks; Utility poles; Houses; Neighborhoods
Three wooden frame houses, each with a different style of porch, are shown. Young trees have been planted in a straight row along one side of the sidewalk; utility poles line the other side.
Corner Main and 10th Streets, Anderson, Indiana
Streets; Sidewalks; Utility poles; Carts & wagons; Stores & shops
View of the corner of Main Street and 10th Street in downtown Anderson, Indiana. Several store fronts are visible along the streets. Utility poles line the sidewalk and a cart is parked along the curb....
Broadway Looking North from 7th St., Gary, Indiana
Business districts; Streets; Stores & shops; Flags; Utility poles
View along a section of Broadway in Gary, Indiana. Utility poles are set in a row down the middle of the street. Various buildings and shops line the street and many display flags on their roofs.
Opera House, Angola, Indiana
Opera houses; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Utility poles; Fire escapes
The Opera House in Angola, Indiana is shown. The building is brick with some decorative work along the top and around the door. Located on a corner, the building is set so that the entrance is on an angle...
Main St., Bicknell, Indiana
Streets; Stores & shops; Awnings; Utility poles
View of Main Street in Bicknell, Indiana. Several stores and buildings line both sides of the street. Many of the buildings have awnings above their entrances. Utility poles appear at intervals along the...
Greene County Court House, Bloomfield, Indiana
Courthouses; Clock towers; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Utility poles
View of the Greene County Courthouse in Bloomfield, Indiana. The building has an entryway topped by a clock tower. Some of the upper level windows have arched tops. Two utility poles are visible in front...
West Vistula St., Bristol, Indiana
Streets; Dirt roads; Carriages & coaches; Storefronts; Utility poles; Business districts; Horses; Hitching posts
View of West Vistula Street in Bristol, Indiana. A line of utility poles along with a few buildings line one side of the dirt road. Businesses appear to be on the other side of the street. Horses and buggies...
Winter Scene, Arcadia, Indiana
Steam engines; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Snow; Logs; Utility poles
A steam engine pulls a train down snow-covered tracks in Arcadia, Indiana. Several logs are piled off to the side of the tracks. A line of utility poles runs parallel to the tracks.
Walnut St. Atlanta, Indiana
Snow; Winter; Children; Men; Carriages & coaches; Neighborhoods; Trees; Utility poles; Streets
Snow covers the street and sidewalk in this picture of Walnut Street in Atlanta, Indiana. The snow also clings to tree branches and utilitly lines. Houses are on one side of the street, and carriages are...
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...
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...
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...
Main Street, Reynolds, Indiana
White County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Dirt roads; Sidewalks; Utility poles; Railroad crossings; Railroad tracks
Reynolds was founded in 1854 and takes its name from the founder, Benjamin Reynolds. In addition to a grain elevator, the town’s other early industries included lumber and cement blocks.
Steuben County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Utility poles; Street lights; Carriages & coaches; Sidewalks; Dirt roads
Fremont was originally named Willow Prairie in 1834. In 1837 it was platted and renamed Brockville. In 1848 the name changed to Fremont in honor of John C. Fremont “the Great Pathfinder.” The town...
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...
Main Business Street, Carlisle, Indiana
Sullivan County (Ind.); Cities & towns; Business districts; Storefronts; Automobiles; Sidewalks; Utility poles
Carlisle, the first settlement in Sullivan County, was settled by James Ledgerwood in 1803. It was platted in 1815 and named either for Carlisle, Pennsylvania, former home of some of its settlers, or for...
Hotel and Depot, Churubusco, Indiana
Whitley County (Ind.); Hotels; Railroad stations; Railroad crossings; Railroad tracks; Utility poles
Churubusco holds an annual festival called Turtle Days that commemorates the Beast of Busco, a giant snapping turtle that, according to legend, terrorized the town in 1949. Tourists swarmed the town during...
Business District, Larwill, Indiana
Whitley County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Post offices; Sidewalks; Utility poles; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Horses
Larwill was laid out in 1854 and called Huntsville before the name was changed to honor William and Joseph Larwill, two engineers who supervised the building of the railroad there. The post office adopted...
Whitley County (Ind.); Streets; Business districts; Storefronts; Post offices; Sidewalks; Utility poles
This postcard was sent by a couple from Churubusco named Nellie and Ray in July 1907 with this message: "You ought to see the lovely places here. We are trying to see them all. Had a lovely time yesterday."...
East Jefferson Street, Tipton, Indiana
Tipton County (Ind.); Business districts; Storefronts; Sidewalks; Bricks; Utility poles; Pedestrians
Tipton has the honor of being the first town in the state to have a street paved with brick. In 1890, two and a half blocks of common building brick were laid on Jefferson Street, pictured here. It was...
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