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    • 227. Ohio Falls Street Trolley

    • Transportation; Education
    • The Ohio Falls Street Trolley ran from east (Port Fulton) of Jeffersonville to the west (Car Works) of Jeffersonville. This trolley was labeled Route 7 and was operated by a driver and a conductor, both of whom wore suits and hats for work. The...
    • 72. 355 and 359 Spring Street

    • Architecture; Education; Commerce; Commercial streets
    • 355 Spring Street was built in the 1880's and exemplifies Queen Anne style as interpreted for a commercial setting. The store was built and operated by Monroe Frank as a Dry Goods business. Even though Frank's Dry Goods is long gone from...
    • Ruthmere

    • Architecture; Historic buildings; People; Beardsley, Albert R.; Beardsley, Elizabeth Baldwin
    • One of local architect E. Hill Turnock's best known structures, Ruthmere was built in 1908 and belonged to Albert R. and Elizabeth Baldwin Beardsley. The house was named after their daughter Ruth, who died in infancy in the 1880's. Ruthere, 302...
    • 74. 414 and 416 Spring Street

    • Architecture; Education; Commerce; Commercial streets
    • These two buildings have been on Spring Street since the 1880's. 414 was originally the saloon of Andrew Kilgus. 414 is the building on the right. 416, the building on the left, was the drugstore of J. A. Graham. In 1983, the two buildings had...
    • 271. Lewman & Col. Wholesale Grocers, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Food industry; Commercial streets
    • This three story building with basement no longer exists in Jeffersonville. The building was brick with a solid carved stone facade. Just under the decorated roof edge is the name "Lewman & Co." The upper story has 7 windows, all the same height,...
    • 47. 620 East Maple Street

    • Architecture; Education; Journalists
    • This home, built in the 1880's is Italianate in style. It was the home of Andrew Jackson Howard. He was the warden of Indiana Prison South and the editor of the National Democrat, a Clark County newspaper. In 1983, Vivian Dunlevy was the resident...
    • 9. 309 East Riverside Drive 1982

    • Architecture
    • This brick home features two faces on its front, the west side a square block that resembles a tower with a wooden fence and possibly a patio area on top. The bottom floor of the 'tower' side features a recessed porch and entrance. The east side...
    • Bass Station General Store

    • Starke County (Ind.) ; Gasoline pumps; Automobile service stations; Automobiles; General stores;
    • Bass Station began as a railroad stop in the 1880's. Soon a couple general stores were built. Many tourists stopped here after arriving on the train or traveling up State Route 29, now U S Highway 35. This particular store was owned by the Lucas...
    • 334. Women shopping Court Avenue

    • Commercial Streets; Electric railroads; Street railroads
    • This image shows a street scene in the late 1880's or early 1890's. The street is Court Avenue on the west side of Spring Street. On the right hand side of the image the trolley is at Stop 13. A passenger is boarding the trolley. Behind the...
    • 243. Horse Car

    • Transportation; Horses; Banks; Education
    • The image shows the First National Bank on East Market Street, Jeffersonville, Indiana in the background. In the foreground is the No. 2 Horse Trolley hitched to two horses and riding on its rails The driver appears in the picture, but it is not...
    • 244. Watson Railroad Station

    • Railroads; Railroad Stations; Transportation
    • Men and boys gather at the Watson, Indiana railroad station. In the foreground you can see the males, a mixture of Railroad employees and the curious. A locomotive and train stands a the rear left. The small Railroad Station is at the rear right...
    • 21. 318 West Market Street

    • Architecture
    • Originally built by Mr. Keigwein, it's most notable resident was Cpt. John Craig who was Warden of the Indiana Prison South in the 1880's. He was an Irish immigrant who had served in the Civil War. By 1983, it was an apartment house.

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