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    • 1. Historic Homes Slide Show

    • Architecture; Octagonal Buildings
    • Originally titled: Our Architectural Heritage in 1976, the name was changed to Historic Homes by 1982. Seventy eight Jeffersonville and Clarksville buildings are highlighted in this program. They include businesses with living quarters on upper...
    • 436. 100 Block West Court Avenue, 1937

    • Disasters; Floods; Rivers; Commercial Streets; Education
    • The buildings of the 100 block of West Court Avenue show only their upper stories in this image from January 1937. This negative was damaged and has dark spots that look as if they might be flies covering the image. Over the tops of the second...
    • 448. Receeding waters, Spring Street, 1937

    • Disasters; Floods; Rivers; Commercial Streets; Education
    • Spring Street appears in this February 1937 image. Buildings one either side show holes where windows and doors used to be closed in, torn awnings, debris held fast against walls by receding waters and a house floating off its moorings in the...
    • 451. Pearl Street, 1937

    • Disasters; Floods; Rivers; Education
    • Water is still standing on Pearl Street, and in the water floats buildings pulled of their foundations, a shutter is caught in the remains of a tree on the left side, with more building debris just beyond it. The telephone poles that line the...
    • 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...
    • 79. 120 West Court

    • Architecture; Education; Commerce; Commercial streets
    • Both pictures were taken from the back side facing towards Court and towards buildings at the corner of Court and Spring. This industrial type building has some of the features of the Victorian functional building and is similar in style to those...
    • Indiana History Bulletin, volume 5 number 11, August 1928

    • Indiana -- History -- Periodicals; Indiana Historical Society. Annual Meeting; Museums -- Law and legislation; Museum buildings; History -- Societies, etc.; Indiana Lincoln Union; George Rogers Clark Sesquicentennial Commission (Ind.); Indiana --...
    • Publication of the Indiana Historical Bureau reporting on activities that promote state and local history. Issued August 1928.
    • Indiana History Bulletin, volume 6, extra number 2, May 1929

    • Indiana History Conference; Historic buildings -- Indiana; Boundary stones; Owen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877; La Salle, Robert Cavelier, sieur de, 1643-1687; Clark, George Rogers, 1752-1818 ; Lochry, Archibald, -1781; Ambushes and surprises;...
    • Publication of the Indiana Historical Commission reporting on the tenth annual Indiana History conference. Volume issued May 1929
    • 241. Howard Home and Orphanage

    • Architecture; Orphanages; Education
    • Prime examples of Victorian buildings in Jeffersonville are these two residences. The Howard Home now serves as the Howard Steamboat Museum. It is a three story with basement home that includes two rounded towers at the front and is made of red...
    • Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin, January 1904

    • Indiana; Accidents, Railroad; Age-specific death rate; Airborne Diseases; Animal-Related Deaths; Anti-Tuberculosis Exposition (Baltimore, 1904); Apartment Houses; Bartholomew County; Blacherne (Apartment House)--Indianapolis; Bogart, G. Henri;...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for January 1904 p.1 / The monthly statistics furnish the following summaries for January p.1 / Tuberculosis p.2 / Typhoid fever p.2 / Pneumonia p.2 / Violence p.2 / State and municipal sanatoria in the combat of...
    • Vol 06 No 04 1904, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Descriptive Statistics; Age-specific death rate; Cause-specific death rate; Infant mortality; Homicide; Suicide; Accidental Falls; Accidents, Railroads; Animal Experimentation; Animal-Related Deaths; Bacterial Infection; Bourbon (Ind.);...
    • Abstract for mortality statistics for April 1904 p.37 / The statistics furnish the following summaries for April p.38 / Smallpox p.38 / Tuberculosis p.38 / Typhoid fever p.38 / Pneumonia p.38 / Violence p.38 / Fresh air and sunshine p.38 / The...
    • Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin, December 1904

    • Indiana; Descriptive Statistics; Age-specific death rate; Cause-specific mortality rate; Infant mortality rate; Homicide; Accidental Falls; Accidents, Railroad; Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium (Saranac Lake, NY); Airborne Transmission; Asphyxia;...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for December 1904 p.137 / Summary of morbidity and mortality for December 1904 p.138 / Disease prevalence p.138 / Smallpox p.138 / Pneumonia p.138 / Tuberculosis p.138 / Typhoid fever p.138 / Pneumonia p.138 /...
    • Vol 04 No 10 1902, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Age-specific death rate; Air; Alcoholism; Ammonia; Bartel, Chas. A.; Bichloride; Big Four Railroad (Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company); Birth Certificates; Bourbon; Breast Milk; Cable Cars (Streetcars); Carrier...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for October, 1902 p. 109 / Disease prevalence in October p. 110 / Smallpox in Indiana in October, 1902 p. 110 / Vaccination urged p. 110 / Smallpox at Connersville p. 111 / Smallpox in Lawrence County p. 111 /...

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