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    • 34. 1024 East Chestnut Street

    • Architecture
    • Daniel Dietrich built this home on East Chestnut about 1860. It is a two story, with attic area. While described as Italianate, it has many of the features of a decorated Federal style home. The arched windows with the hoods are a welcoming...
    • 76. 426 Spring Street

    • Architecture; Education; Commerce; Commercial streets
    • In 1905 this was the site of J. C. Rescher's Racket Store. The building had been built between 1880 and 1890 in the Italianate style. A Nature's Pantry Natural Food Store was on the site in 1983.
    • 4. 409 East Riverside Drive

    • Architecture
    • The original address was Front Street, but the name was changed to Riverside. This home has both a ground floor arched entrance and a main first floor entrance to the left of center. The ground floor is limestone block with the upper two levels...
    • Henry Drover Italianate Mansion

    • Trees; Streets; Mansions; Sidewalks
    • These photographs of the City of Huntington and Huntington County were commissioned by the Huntington City-Township Public Library; Huntington, Indiana. Henry Drover's home. 327 Etna Avenue. Southwest corner of Charles Street and Etna Avenue. Ray...
    • 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...
    • 46. 420 East Maple Street

    • Architecture; Education; Churches
    • 420 East Maple Street was the parsonage for the German Methodist Church. In 1905 Rev. E. F. Schneider was the pastor and resident of the home. The church voted to disband after the 1937 flood, in 1938, and was eventually sold to the Seventh Day...
    • 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...
    • 54. 129 Pearl Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • This home was built about 1850. A family named Matthews lived in the house in its earliest years. It is reputed to have been part of the Underground Railroad. When the home was remodeled in the late twentieth century a 1853 newspaper was found in...
    • 67. 310 Spring Street

    • Architecture; Education; Commerce; Commercial streets
    • This building opened with Schwartz's Dry Goods Company in the ground floor in the 1890's. In 1982, it was the location of Finn's Carpet & Linoleum Store. In 2015, Horner's Novelty Store occupies the premises.
    • 71. 354 Spring Street

    • Architecture; Education; Commerce; Commercial streets
    • This building had a very typical Victorian functional commercial entrance. The first floor was the site of Lewman & Company Wholesale grocery story and showcases its goods in wide large front windows, that were blessed with shades on the inside to...
    • 22. 303 West Market Street

    • Architecture
    • 303 West Market Street was built around 1870. It was the home of one of the most prominent members of the Jeffersonville German community, Herman Preefer. Herr Preefer was a charter member of St. Lucas /St. Luke's church, helped establish the...
    • 59. State Street, Clarksville

    • Architecture; Education
    • Unlike many of the homes in old Clarksville, this house is set back from the street. The wide and long front yard make it possible to have a variety of trees and bush and a long concrete pathway that leads to a few steps up to the porch. This home...
    • 73. 409 Spring Street

    • Architecture; Education; Commerce; Commercial streets
    • This building's purpose was far different from that of it's 1982 use as David's Style Shop for women's clothing. This was opened by the Nanz family as the Nanz Saloon. There were many stories told in the Jeffersonville Evening News of the...

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