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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...
    • 156. Falls Cities Map, 1855

    • Maps; Roads; Railroads
    • The image shows how the Falls cities area has grown since the early 1800's. There are many more houses, businesses, and laid out tracts of land than in previous maps. The large overlaid arrow points out the location of the Old Plank Road, the first...
    • 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...
    • 249. Spring Street, looking south

    • Education; Commercial streets
    • A photograph of downtown Jeffersonville. Spring Street was and is a commercial hub of the city. This image is looking south towards the Ohio River. It shows the dirt streets with trolley tracks. The open gutters that some businesses have laid...
    • 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...
    • 304. 423 Spring Street

    • Commercial streets; Stores & Shops
    • Pictured is the early storefront housing F. J. Braun's Five and Dime store. Braun stands in front of the entrance with his daughter. He uses every bit of space to show off merchandise, including using the front sidewalk for a crate covered with...
    • 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...
    • 341. Citizens Trust Company

    • Commercial streets; Banks
    • This is the second half of the panorama (340. Warder Park) showing Court Avenue and Spring Streets and the businesses along the two routes, particularly the new Citizens Trust Company which opened in 1908. There are men, women, and children dotting...
    • 411. Jeffersonville, Indiana, 1884 Flood

    • Disasters; Floods; Rivers; Education
    • This flood scene shows Spring Street during the 1884 flood. Water is a little over half way up the ground floor of the businesses. Several men on boats are rowing down the street or tethered to buildings and helping people to evacuate. The image...
    • 45. 301 East Maple Street

    • Architecture; Education; Business & Finance
    • 301 East Maple has been the site of a variety of commercial enterprises over the years. In its earliest years it was a store, then a school. The living space above it saw at least one birth, that of Elizabeth Rauth. In 1940. it was the site of...
    • 457. Aftermath, February 1937

    • Disasters; Floods; Education
    • A residential street near downtown shows five shotgun style homes tossed as if they are Lincoln logs. All are off of their foundations, one completely on its side, another tilted. Various pieces of debris are on the ground around the homes.
    • Flood of 1937 post cards, Ohio River, Indiana

    • Floods; Floods--Indiana--Jeffersonville; Floods--Indiana--New Albany; Floods--Indiana--Utica; Floods--Kentucky--Louisville; Floods--Ohio River; Rivers--Ohio River; Postcards
    • These 38 post cards show the flood waters of the Ohio River Great Flood of 1937 in Jeffersonville, Indiana, Louisville, Kentucky and surrounding areas. The weather trouble began in December 1936 with January 24, 1937 being considered the worst day...
    • 63. 230 East Montgomery Street, Clarksville

    • Architecture; Education; Schools; Municipal government
    • This building, the original location of Colgate School has served three purposes for the town. The first as an elementary school. The second use was as the Clarksville, Indiana Town Hall. The new Clarksville Town Hall is located north of the...

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