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    • 230. Ransom Residence Tornado Damage

    • Disasters; Education; Houses; Tornadoes
    • The home of Mrs. Sarah A. Ransom was heavily damaged by the March 27, 1890 tornado. The home was located on the corner of Front Street, now Riverside Drive, and Mulberry Drive, northwest side. She was the widow of Mr. Hyatt C. Ransom. The picture...
    • 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...
    • 25. 413 East Market Street

    • Architecture
    • The 1982 photograph shows this two story home as having the front half sided in bricks and the back in wood. There is a side room addition at the rear of the right side of the home. A front porch supported by four columns may have been a later...
    • 259.  Murphy Millinery Shop, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Clothing Stores; Millinery
    • This building is unique in that it is in the shape of a parallelogram. The two story brick building has a flat roof, store front display windows across the two sides that are visible and an awning over the Millinery shop. The entrance at one end...
    • 272. Reeder's Grocery Store, 1897

    • Commerce; Education; Food industry; Commercial streets
    • This two-story building had a fixed awning over the ground floor front. On the side of the awning was the name of the store. Between two of the porch supports was a wooden counter piled with groceries, underneath the counter were stacked barrels of...
    • 29. 120 High Street

    • Architecture
    • This home, now a part of Jeffersonville, was built between 1870 and 1880 in a community once known as Port Fulton." Alan F. Fox was the resident in 1983 at the time of the first viewing of the Historic Homes slide show. The home is built up a...
    • 3. 415 East Riverside Drive

    • Architecture
    • Originally built by P. F. Myers circa 1860's or 1870's, this building has been used as a home, a hotel, a hospital, a boarding house, apartments (1983), and is now a condominium. The original street name was Front Street. In 1983, it's residents...
    • 304. 423 Spring Street

    • Commercial streets; Stores & Shops
    • Pictured is the early storefront housing F. J. Braun's Five and Dime store. Braun stands in front of the entrance with his daughter. He uses every bit of space to show off merchandise, including using the front sidewalk for a crate covered with...
    • 325. Spring Street Trolley, 1910

    • Electric railroads; Street railroads; Transportation
    • The image shows an empty trolley, the conductor/driver holding onto the steps handle and posing for the picture aside the vehicle. There were evidently seven rows of seats on each side, if there was one seat per window. Behind the trolley is a yard...
    • 329. 628 East Maple Street

    • Architecture; Residential streets
    • Two images appear on the slide. The left side image shows three homes on Maple Street, those of Professor Johnson, A. F. McNaughton, owner of the McNaughton Ironworks, and Frank Allen at 628 East Maple Street. The second image is taken from the end...
    • 330. East Maple Street, c 1910

    • Architecture; Residential streets
    • Four houses can be seen on the left hand side of this image taken around 1910. The homes are located on East Maple Street (Jeffersonville, Clark County, Indiana). Centered and and bisecting the picture in two from bottom to top is a sidewalk. The...
    • 331. Ohio Avenue, c 1910

    • Architecture; Residential streets
    • Ohio Avenue runs perpendicular to the Ohio River. On the left side of the image, two women in light weight cotton dresses walk down the street, away from the camera. Trees line that side of the street and it is not possible to see the homes. On...
    • 332. 325 Riverfront Dr., c 1910

    • Architecture; Residential streets
    • On the left hand side of the picture, down the hill and out of view is the Ohio River. In the background stands the Big Four Bridge. The street, running front to back, is not yet paved and tracks can be seen in the road. From the center to the...
    • 333. Sitting high

    • Ferries; Steamboats; Floods; Rivers
    • In this image, the base of two steamboats, The City of Jeffersonville and the Corona, are sitting level with Front Street. Normally at that point in the dock. The residents of the homes would have looked across the top decks of the boats from their...
    • 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...

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