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    • White Building, Terre Haute, Indiana

    • Architecture; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architectural elements; Arches; Windows; Spires; Rotundas;
    • Black and white photograph of a corner of the White Building in Terre Haute, Indiana. The White Building was located at the corner of 4th and Wabash. It was built in 1899 in the Romanesque Revival style of architecture.
    • George Rogers Clark Memorial, construction no. 010, Vincennes, Indiana

    • George Rogers Clark National Historical Park (Vincennes, Ind.); Monuments & memorials; Clark, George Rogers, 1752-1818; Construction; Construction equipment; Construction workers; Hoisting machinery; Scaffolding; Architectural decorations &...
    • Picture of the construction of the George Rogers Clark Memorial in Vincennes, Indiana. The crew is lifting a granite drum up onto the memorial.
    • Harrison mansion

    • Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architectural photographs; Architecture; Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841; Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841--Homes and haunts--Indiana; Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief, 1768-1813; Daughters of the American...
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    • Markle house, Terre Haute, Indiana

    • Architecture, Italianate; Greek revival (Architecture); Houses; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architectural elements;
    • Photograph of the house known as the Markle house. It was built c. 1848 and it located at 4900 Mill Dam Road north of Terre Haute, Indiana. It is built in Greek revival/Italianate style.
    • Schatter family Portrait, standing beside their home.

    • Architectural decorations & ornaments; City & town life; Clothing & dress; Group portraits; Family life;
    • Photo of the Schlatter family standing beside their house, located in Section 23, Van Buren Township, Clay County, Indiana, July, 1900. Front row: Howard Schlatter, Elzie Schlatter, Rose Schlatter, Odell Schlatter. Back row: Louise Wilson...
    • Main Street looking south, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Cities & towns; Street railroads; Street lights; Streets; Vincennes (Ind.); Gimbel-Bond Company (Vincennes, Ind.); Clothing & dress; Clothing industry; Clothing stores; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architecture; Children shopping;
    • Black and white photo of Vincennes, Indiana's, Main Street looking south, toward Third Street, from Second and Main. On the left, women is standing in door of Gimbel's Department Store. Man in window above her. Street car is stopped and looks...
    • Grouseland entryway, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841; Grouseland (Vincennes, Ind.); Historic buildings; Dwellings; Houses; Entrance halls; Flags; Daughters of the American Revolution; Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Staircases;...
    • Real photo postcard view of the entryway of Grouseland, the William Henry Harrison House in Vincennes, Indiana, as it appeared in 1922.
    • St. John's German Evangelical Church, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Church buildings; Religious facilities; Religious dwellings; Churches -- Indiana -- Vincennes; St. John's German Evangelical Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Gothic revival (Architecture); Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments;...
    • Real photo postcard view of St. John's German Evangelical Church, memorial hall, and parsonage at 5th and Shelby Streets in Vincennes, Indiana. The church was constructed in 1886.
    • George Rogers Clark Memorial

    • Clark, George Rogers, 1752-1818; Monuments & memorials; Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Architecture;
    • View of the George Rogers Clark Memorial located in the center of Vincennes, Indiana. It was constructed between 1931-33. The architect was Frederick Hirons and it was dedicated on June 14, 1936.
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • 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 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.
    • St. James Episcopal Church, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Church buildings; Religious facilities; Episcopal churches; St. James Episcopal Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Bell towers; Architecture; Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Vincennes (Ind.);
    • Real photo postcard view of the old St. James Episcopal Church, which stood on the corner of 4th and Busseron Streets in Vincennes, Indiana. The church was constructed in 1842 and was razed in 1918.
    • Main Street, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Business districts; Storefronts; Show windows; Streets; Street railroads; Architecture; Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Vincennes (Ind.);
    • Postcard view of Main Street, Vincennes, Indiana, with streetcar in the foreground.
    • Sacred Heart Catholic Church and School, Vincennes, Indiana

    • Church buildings; Religious facilities; Catholic churches; Religious education; Sacred Heart Church (Vincennes, Ind.); Architecture; Architectural elements; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Vincennes (Ind.); Crowds;
    • Real photo postcard view of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and School in Vincennes, Indiana on the day it was dedicated in 1909. The church rectory can also be seen in the photograph.

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