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    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • Vol 07 No 04 1905, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Descriptive Statistics; Accidental Falls; Accidents, Railroad; Age-specific death rate; Animal-Related Deaths; Bathing; Blisters; Bluffton; Brookville; Burn Injuries; Carbolic Acid; Cause-specific mortality rate; Clothing; Consumption;...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for April 1905 p. 37 / Summary of morbidity and mortality in April p. 38 / Smallpox p. 38 / Tuberculosis p. 38 / Typhoid fever p. 38 / Pneumonia p. 38 / Deaths by violence p. 38 / Diphtheria at Elwood p. 38 /...
    • 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...
    • Shop Notes 1924

    • 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, May 1905

    • Indiana; Accidents, Railroad; Advertisements, Drug; Age-specific death rate; Airborne Diseases; Airborne Transmission; Birth Certificates; Bogart (Coroner); Bunnell, John; Burn Injuries; Carbolic Acid; Cause-specific death rate; Child...
    • Abstract of mortality statistics for May 1905 p. 49 / Summary of morbidity and mortality in May p. 50 / Smallpox p. 50 / Tuberculosis p. 50 / Typhoid fever p. 50 / Pneumonia p. 50 / Deaths by violence p. 50 / Hygiene p. 50 / Advertisements of...
    • Vol 08 No 08 1906, Indiana State Board of Health Bulletin

    • Indiana; Accidental Falls; Accidents, Railroad; Age-specific death rate; Allen County; Animal-Related Deaths; Animal Slaughtering and Processing; Bicknell; Blood Tests; Blueprints; Burn Injuries; Butchers and Meat Cutters; Carbolic Acid;...
    • Diphtheria That Was Not Diphtheria p. 113 / Abstract of mortality statistics for August 1906 p. 113 / Summary of morbidity and mortality in August p. 114 / Smallpox p. 114 / Tuberculosis p. 114 / Typhoid fever p. 114 / Pneumonia p. 114 / Deaths by...
    • 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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