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    • Alice of Old Vincennes

    • Floats (Parades);Thompson, Maurice, 1844-1901; Fictitious characters;
    • This is the George Rogers Clark Sesquicentennial parade on Feb. 25, 1929. Marie Lucier, later McQuaid, a member of the library staff is seen stepping from the pages of the book Alice of Old Vincennes. The Union Depot Hotel can be seen in the...
    • Bethany Presbyterian Church, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Church buildings; Religious facilities; Presbyterian churches;Gothic revival (Architecture); Bethany Presbyterian Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Vincennes (Ind.); Clergy; Miller, John B.;
    • Postcard view of Bethany Presbyterian Church, located on North 8th St. in Vincennes Indiana. An inset on the card shows the church's pastor John B. Miller. The original part of the building was constructed in 1890 and an elaborate addition was...
    • City Water Works and Standpipe, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Waterworks -- Vincennes (Ind.); Smokestacks -- Vincennes (Ind.); Horse-drawn vehicles; Horses; Carriages & coaches;
    • Black and white photographic postcard of the Vincennes Water Works and Standpipe. Standpipe stands 210 feet high. Postcard has handwritten mark of 1909. Queen Anne architecture house in foreground. Unpaved street scene showing a horse and buggy...
    • Civil War cannons in Harrison Park, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Cannons; Monuments & memorials; Parks; Vincennes (Ind.); Artillery (Weaponry); Arms & armament;United States -- History -- Civil War -- 1861-1865;
    • Photograph of mounted Civil War cannons that were placed in Harrison Park in Vincennes, Indiana in 1907. The monument was dedicated on Oct. 8, 1908. It stood on what is now College Ave. between 3rd and 4th Streets. The cannons were removed for...
    • Elks' Club House, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Fraternal lodges -- Vincennes, Ind.; Fraternal organizations -- Vincennes, Ind.; Automobiles; Clubhouses -- Vincennes (Ind.); Clubs -- Vincennes (Ind.); Organizations' facilities -- Vincennes (Ind.); Greek revival (Architecture) -- Vincennes (Ind.);
    • Color postcard of a painting of the Elks' Club House. Front view of club house showing columns and portico. Street scene with people walking and early automobiles on the street. The club house is flying an American flag at top. Note on back...
    • First Baptist Church, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Church buildings; Religious facilities; Baptist churches;Neoclassicism (Architecture); First Baptist Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Vincennes (Ind.);
    • Postcard view of the First Baptist Church on the corner of 5th and Broadway Streets in Vincennes, Indiana. The church was built in 1914-15. It served the congregation until 1996.
    • First Christian Church, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Church buildings; Religious facilities;Churches;Spanish renaissance (Architecture); First Christian Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Bell towers; Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Vincennes (Ind.);
    • Postcard view of the First Christian Church which was located at Third and Broadway Streets in Vincennes, Indiana. The church was dedicated in 1904. The building was torn down after a new Christian Church opened in 1978.
    • First Methodist Church, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Church buildings; Religious facilities; Methodist churches;Romanesque revival (Architecture); First Methodist Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Bell towers; Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Vincennes (Ind.);
    • Postcard view of the First Methodist Church,which was located at 4th and Perry Streets in Vincennes, Indiana. The church was constructed in 1899 and dedicated in 1900. The structure burned in 1917.
    • First Presbyterian Church, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Church buildings; Religious facilities; Presbyterian churches;Gothic revival (Architecture); First Presbyterian Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Steeples; Architecture; Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Fire hydrants;...
    • Real photo postcard of the First Presbyterian Church located on the corner of 5th and Busseron Streets in Vincennes, Indiana. Principal construction on the church was completed in 1899.
    • Fort Sackville marker, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Monuments & memorials; Clark, George Rogers, 1752-1818; Vincennes (Ind.); Daughters of the American Revolution; Fort Sackville (Ind.);
    • Postcard view of the limestone marker on the site of Fort Sackville in Vincennes, Indiana. The marker was placed by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1905. It stood on the west side of 1st Street, between Church and Barnett. After the...
    • Fortnightly Clubhouse, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Clubs; Clubwomen; Clubhouses; Renaissance revival (Architecture); Balconies; French doors; Vincennes (Ind.);
    • Photograph of the Fortnightly Clubhouse in Vincennes, Indiana taken in 1928, just after its construction. The building is in the Renaissance Revival style. The Fortnightly Club was a Vincennes women's club founded in 1891.
    • Francis Vigo Memorial

    • Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Graves; Monuments & memorials; Vigo, Francis, 1747-1836;Knox County (Ind.)
    • Picture which shows a monument which was erected in 1909 by the Francis Vigo Chapter of the D.A.R. The monument was unveiled on October 18, 1909. It is located in the old City Cemetery, now known as Greenlawn Cemetery. It was unveiled by Mrs....

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