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    • 356. Mrs. J. H. Hoffman's Residence

    • Architecture; Dwellings
    • The residence of Mrs. Mattie Hoffman, widow of John H. Hoffman. He was an officer of the City Ice and Cold Storage Co. of Jeffersonville (Clark County, Indiana). Built on Utica Pike, the residence incorporated stone into the carriage entrance and...
    • 36. Pondering

    • Education; Camps
    • Centered in this image is a young man leaning against the railing of the bridge. Behind the bridge is the activities area of the camp. A teacher at the left and foot of the bridge points out something to a student by the creek-stone building. At...
    • 72. 355 and 359 Spring Street

    • Architecture; Education; Commerce; Commercial streets
    • 355 Spring Street was built in the 1880's and exemplifies Queen Anne style as interpreted for a commercial setting. The store was built and operated by Monroe Frank as a Dry Goods business. Even though Frank's Dry Goods is long gone from...
    • 442. The Lighthouse Roadhouse, 1937

    • Disasters; Floods; Rivers; Restaurants; Education
    • This image shows the roadhouse with it's neon sign in the shape of a lighthouse, attached to the central lighthouse tower of the building. The One story building spreads out on either side of the central entrance at the base of the lighthouse...
    • 358. Three churches

    • Architecture; Churches
    • The pictures of three churches were lain on a drawing of a stalk of wheat with a wheat wreath in the bottom left hand corner, and then the slide image created. The three churches are, from left to right, the Christian Church located at 328 Watt...
    • 121. Early log cabin example

    • Log Cabins
    • This photograph provides an example of a log cabin standing around 1800. Behind and to the right is a flat area cleared of woods and used for planting or grazing as two cows can be seen at the edge closest to the cabin. At the front and left is a...
    • 441. Municipal Bridge Gate House, 1937

    • Disasters; Floods; Rivers; Bridges; Education
    • The Municipal Bridge was closed due to the flood waters. Depicted in this image is the Gate House (Toll booths) on the Indiana side. The picture was taken from the bridge, looking north. Visible behind the tollbooth's are the buildings of the...
    • 357. Johann C. Zulauf Residence

    • Architecture; Dwellings
    • This brick brick Edwardian period home is more austere than the other mansions along High Jackson and Utica Pike, As a German immigrant, Johann Zulauf would have grown up believing wood to be an inferior building material, thus a home of red brick....
    • 37. Ready for zipline

    • Education; Camps
    • The image shows a rope line across the length of the image. Students are lined up single file, holding on to the rope as they wait to start a zipline. Behind them in the woods is a three sided shelter.
    • 38. Zip Line Launch

    • Education; Camps
    • A young man has just been launched off the zip line stand and hangs from his seat in the air. The students behind him watch and wait their turn. The zip line launch is on the side of a small hill and starts just before a drop off in the hill.
    • 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...

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