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    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 38. 323 East Chestnut Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • Homer Frank built this Classical Revival style home for his family. He also built another building in the Historic Homes slideshow, his dry goods business at 355 Spring Street (item 72). This home has 2 full stories with an attic dormer window,...
    • 62. 625 Harrison Avenue, Clarksville

    • Architecture; Education
    • A large Victorian home surrounded by smaller homes around it. This Victorian style home features 'carpenter's lacework' trim on the covered front porch. In 1982, the home had a front porch swing, which was gone by 2015. 2015's touches include...
    • 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...
    • 39. 209 East Chestnut Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • This home was built in the 1890's by Holzbach. There no listing in the city directory for a resident/owner in 1983. In 2015 the house is occupied by the law firm of Smith, Carpenter, FondrisI & Cummins, LLC. and Pamela K. Thompson, Attorney at Law
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • 36B. 801 East Chestnut Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • 801 East Chestnut is a two story Federal style building with an addition at the back that includes a hexagon shaped tower juting out from the left hand side. In it's early years it was the home of the Gabriel Poindexter family. In 1983, Charles V....
    • 58. 402 Stansifer Avenue, Clarksville

    • Architecture; Education
    • This one story cottage is typical of the single family dwellings built just after the turn of the 19th century. It is set up from the ground with either a crawl sapce or basement. It is one story, with vented attic storage space. 402 has a left...
    • 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...
    • 80. 123 and 211 East Court Avenue

    • Architecture; Education; Commercial streets; Libraries
    • The Jeffersonville Township Library has been providing reading materials and reference assistance to Jeffersonville residents in four different site, two of which are shown. The original site was in the upper story of a local bank. With the...
    • 40. 111 West Chestnut Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • This restored building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1982. To its left, the city has created a small walled garden that is used for a variety of functions. Built by brothers David and Wilson Grisamore, with each...
    • 8. 317 East Riverside Drive

    • Architecture
    • This home features a flat front with carved lintels over the three windows at first and second story levels. The front door is to the left of center and is covered by a wrap around colannade. In 1983, the home was lived in Frank R. Kossa and Edward...
    • 43. 218 West Chestnut Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • The land was owned by the Croghan family. They were related to George Rogers Clark. Eakins and his company built the home and it was then lived in and owned by Artemis McNaughton. He ran the iron foundary at the Carworks (see image 19....

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