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    • 328. Charlestown Interurban Line

    • Electric railroads; Street railroads; Transportation
    • Pictured is the Interurban trolley that ran from Louisville northeast to Charlestown, with stops in Jeffersonville and Watson. The Driver is still at his post and can be seen through the window as can a small boy wearing a 'slouch' hat. In the...
    • 242. Trolley #2

    • Transportation; Horses
    • This image of Spring and Market Streets in downtown Jeffersonville, Indiana shows some of the buildings on Spring Street. It features Trolley #2, it's driver, Jack Blythe, two passengers and the horse that pulled the trolley. In this picture it...
    • 326. Interurban, c 1910

    • Electric railroads; Street railroads; Transportation
    • The image shows the Silver Creek bridge between Clark and Floyd counties in the center of the picture. To the right is one of the interurban trolley cars speeding along the line's rails. The trolley is filled with passengers. Below the bridge the...
    • 327. Approach to the Big Four Bridge, 1905

    • Electric railroads; Street railroads; Transportation
    • Shown are the trestle's and rail bed leading up to the Big Four Railroad Bridge, and an addition set of rails with an interurban trolley on the rails approaching the bridge. . With the electric interurban gaining in popularity, tracks were laid to...
    • 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...
    • 335. 120 West Court

    • Commercial Streets; Electric railroads; Street railroads
    • The business at 120 West Court stands at the far left hand side of the image. It is an industrial type of building with center pitched roof. In front of the building is an electric trolley car. A second trolley car is further down the street and...
    • 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...
    • History of Delaware County Indiana

    • Delaware County (Ind.) -- Biography; Delaware County (Ind.) -- History
    • Two volume history of Delaware County, Indiana. Volume I is an historical account of early settlement and the development of local government and social organizations within the county. Volume II contains biographical sketches of the residents.
    • Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin, March 1905

    • Indiana; Accidents, Railroad; Age-specific death rate; Air Pollution, Indoor; Arlington; Automobiles; Basements; Burn Injuries; Cable Cars (Streetcars); Carbolic Acid; Carpets; Carroll County; Case Reports; Cause-specific mortality rate; Cisterns;...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for March 1905 p. 25 / Summary of morbidity and mortality in March p. 26 / Smallpox p. 26 / Tuberculosis p. 26 / Typhoid fever p. 26 / Pneumonia p. 26 / Deaths by violence p. 26 / A sad story p. 26 / Pullman car...
    • 340. Warder Park

    • Parks; Post Offices; Electric Railroads
    • This picture, taken between 1910 and 1915 is a panoramic image and shows only the left hand side of the entire picture. At the far left are the buildings on Spring Street and in the distance can be seen a trolley car. Continuing to the right,...
    • 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...
    • 243. Horse Car

    • Transportation; Horses; Banks; Education
    • The image shows the First National Bank on East Market Street, Jeffersonville, Indiana in the background. In the foreground is the No. 2 Horse Trolley hitched to two horses and riding on its rails The driver appears in the picture, but it is not...
    • The Greentown Gem - 1923-08-09

    • newspapers
    • Local News depicting eastern Howard County in Indiana.
      Headlines: Harding Funeral To Be Held Today; Rural Carriers to Hold Annual Picnic; Memorial Services Friday Afternon; $5000 Demanded In Black Mail Letter; World Mourns; Local Doings
    • Shop Notes 1920

    • Monroe County (Ind.) -- History; Bloomington (Ind.) -- History; Showers Brothers Furniture Factory (Bloomington, Ind.) -- History; Furniture industry and trade -- Indiana -- Bloomington -- History; Business enterprises -- Indiana -- Monroe County;...
    • Newsletter created for and by employees of the Showers Brothers Company, a furniture manufacturer in Bloomington, Indiana. Covers topics on worker safety, entertainment, recreation, and local and personal news.
    • Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin, February 1906

    • Indiana; Accidents, Railroad; Age-specific death rate; Animal-Related Deaths; Austin; Babcock, Robert; Bites and Stings; Blosson, J.C.; Brown, Mrs. Benjamin; Burn Injuries; Carbolic Acid; Cause-specific mortality rate; Chicago; Chloral Hydrate;...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for February 1906 p. 29 / Summary of morbidity and mortality in February p. 30 / Smallpox p. 30 / Tuberculosis p. 30 / Typhoid fever p. 30 / Pneumonia p. 30 / Deaths by violence p. 30 / The Indiana tuberculosis...
    • Speedometer 1927 - Newsletter of the Louisville Cement Company, Speed, Indiana

    • Louisville Cement Company (Speed, Ind.); The Speedometer (Louisville Cement Company employee newsletter); The Speed Way (Louisville Cement Company employee newsletter); The Warning Star (Louisville Cement Company employee newsletter); Louisville...
    • The Speedometer was a monthly or sometimes bi-weekly newsletter of the Louisville Cement Company in Speed, Indiana. The newsletter was focused on safety issues at the plant but also included human interest stories. The Speedometer began publication...

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