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    • 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...
    • 49. 218 Locust Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • 218 Locust Street is an example of a Greek Revival home. It was built about 1850 for the Holzbog family. He owned a wagon factory which was located across the street from the home. It originally did not have a front porch. in 1983, Harry E. Staton...
    • 51. 313 Pearl Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • This front brick part of this home was built by DeWitt Undersood in 1837. It is a two story Federal home with a slightly recessed front door on the left hand side. While considered a plain style, there were decoarative pieces added above the...
    • 52. 223 Pearl Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • This home was built about 1835, possibly by David Wallace. For many years Rev. John Sullivan and his wife Sarah lived in the home. They moved in to it during the Civil War. The Indiana Prison South Chaplain lived in the home for over 60 years....
    • 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...
    • 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
    • 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....
    • 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...
    • 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....
    • 53. 141 Pearl Street

    • Architecture; Education
    • 141 Pearl Street was built by Mrs. Nora Lyon Wathen Adams about 1890. Her nephew Victor Lyon bought the house around 1904 In 1983, C. S. Speechly, Jr. owned and lived in the property.
    • 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...
    • 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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