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    • 253. Landwehr & Ehalt Carriage Factory

    • Education; Commercial streets; Transportation; Advertisements; Carriages & Coaches
    • The Carriage and Wagon building firm of Landwehr & Ehalt is the subject of this photograph. The business was located at 15 East Chestnut Street, Jeffersonville, Indiana. When street numbers were changed, sometime between 1897 and 1902, the business...
    • 254. Man with early bicycle

    • Education; Advertisements; Fashion photographs; Bicycles & tricycles
    • This image of a man with an early wooden bicycle was not taken in Clark County, Indiana. It was used as an example of the introduction of this type of transportation to the community and it's growing popularity. Even at the time it was taken,...
    • 256.  Same's Transfer Company

    • Commerce; Education
    • This image shows the F. H. Same Transfer Company. They owned a variety of wagons and did everything from hauling Sunday School children on a picnic to moving household goods to making deliveries of large items for businesses. Pictured in the...
    • 258. N. H. Meyer's Clothing Store, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Clothing Stores
    • The interior of a clothing store in 1897 included wall display and storage cases, long flat glass enclosed table display cases, and tables stacked with folded clothes. At the back is a tall mirror and dressing rooms hiding behind the curtains that...
    • 259.  Murphy Millinery Shop, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Clothing Stores; Millinery
    • This building is unique in that it is in the shape of a parallelogram. The two story brick building has a flat roof, store front display windows across the two sides that are visible and an awning over the Millinery shop. The entrance at one end...
    • 260. Snider Livery, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Stables
    • Snider Livery Stable opened in 1894, three years before this picture was taken. The image shows Mr. Joe Snider holding one horse steady and a open buggy hitched to another horse and ready to go, with the customer at the reins. The building is a...
    • 261. Interior First National Bank, 1897

    • Education; Banks; Commerce
    • The insides of the first National Bank are included in these photographs. A large circular teller's desk takes up most of the picture The marble counter is topped by a rounded teller's cage with decorative spires at the top. The window has fenced...
    • 264. Hornung's Dry Goods Store

    • Commerce; Education; Commercial Streets; Dry Goods stores
    • Showing only the ground floor display windows and door of F. T. Hornung's Dry good's store, this image include the owner of the store at the door. A support structure is shown for an awning over the entrance, but the awning is rolled up so that...
    • 265. Burke Coal Barges, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Coal;; Industry
    • This 1897 image shows the coal barges being unloaded at the J. E. Burke dock. The office was located several streets north at 53 Chestnut Street, Jeffersonville, Indiana. This picture shows two barges, several horse and wagons to load the coal...
    • 266. Carr's Coal Yards, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Coal; Industry
    • This image features four horse and wagons, complete with drivers, one wagon with some type of mechanical equipment on board. To the left are several large piles of coal with some type of wooden triangle that is probably used for dividing coal piles...
    • 267. City Roller Mills, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Industry; Mills
    • Owned by Jacob and Conrad Eberts, the City Roller Mills pictured here was capable of producing 200 barrels of flour a day at full production. The mill is three stories tall with a full basement, a granary, small outbuildings, and a train track...
    • 512. Creekside

    • Forests
    • Photograph taken on the May 1980 visit by Jeffersonville Township Public Library staff Members to the Rose Island area. This photograph was taken looking down on the creek side or northwest side of the peninsula.
    • 268. The Bee Hive Furniture Store, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Moving & Storage trade; Furniture stores; Commercial streets
    • The Bee Hive Furniture Store offered a variety of goods and services. The owner, John S. McCauley, of the three-story building on Spring street offered not only furniture, but also carpets, awning, oilcloths, storage, an auction house and a moving...

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