This is a notice published to advise the public of the privatization of the railroad and the rules and regulations that would prevail on it. This notice was, no doubt, published in newspapers and used as posters and handbills as was the practice of...
This building was built in 1913 as the Coleman-Larimore Chevrolet Garage and served as such until 1930. Harry Lemen states in his notes that "This was dad's office and our home in the early 30s." It then became home to the Farm Bureau and they...
Business enterprises -- Indiana -- South Whitley; Restaurants -- Indiana -- South Whitley; Pizza; Insurance companies -- Indiana -- South Whitley
Brick, two-story commercial building with "Pizza / Subs" on awning. This was the 1940s and 1950s location of Johnson Brothers Sign Company. The print is time dated "6 / 29 / '00." To the north is Glassley Insurance.
Huntington County Courthouse. Built 1858. Cost twenty-eight thousand dollars. Torn down 1904. Showing two companies of soldiers mustered for Civil War. 201-299 North Jefferson Street. Huntington, Indiana.
Inclined railroads; Railroad cuts; Public utility companies; IKE; Madison; Railroads
The incline is once again cleaned up and ready for business. This clean up was done to enable the Indiana-Kentucky Electric (IKE) plant to use the tracks for moving heavy equipment to its site on the river front.
Indiana Territory. Militia; Courts-martial and courts of inquiry; Hurst, Henry, 1767-1835?; Dunn, Levi
Letter requests copies of militia law to distribute. Paddacks also asks for clarification on court-martials of Levi Dunn and soldiers in Captains Spier Spencer's, Richard Heth's, and Charles L. Byrns' companies.
The right-hand building of the Chesterton china factory in the above engraving still stands on Broadway between Ninth and Eleventh Streets, and is now occupied by a number of small retail businesses. The American China Co., and later the...
The Masonic Lodge is in the foreground; this photo was probably part of a survey for the Layman Life Building construction project. The trees behind the building are part of Shadyside Park. Broadway runs north and south in front.