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    • 1850 Steamer "Tell City," Evansville, Indiana

    • Steamboats -- Indiana -- Evansville; Rivers -- Indiana -- Evansville; River steamers -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • A picture of the steamboat, "Tell City," traveling on the Ohio River, with two other steamboats near the shore. According to the Historic Harrison County website, the "Tell City" sank in 1917 at Little Hocking, Ohio. The pilot house was taken off...
    • 1942 Pontiac Woodie Body by Hercules

    • Automobiles;
    • A side view picture of a 1942 Pontiac, also called a "Woodie." Produced by the General Motors Corporation, the wood body was built by the Hercules Body Company and requires special care to keep the wood maintained. Hercules used mahogany body...
    • 200 Block Main Street View

    • Banks and banking -- Indiana -- Evansville; Buildings -- Indiana -- Evansville; Central business districts -- Indiana -- Evansville; Merchants -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • A black and white photograph of Evansville's Main Street, taken sometime in the mid-1920s to late 1930s. We know this is in the 200 block area because Peoples Savings Bank, shown in the forefront, was located at 222 Main Street. Also pictured are...
    • A corner of Evansville's business district

    • Buildings -- Indiana -- Evansville; Banks and banking -- Indiana -- Evansville; Central business districts -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • A 1940s street scene of the Evansville business district. The view includes the Citizen's Bank building.
    • A country drive near Evansville, Ind.

    • Rural roads -- Indiana -- Evansville; Roads -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • Postcard of a shady, narrow, dirt or gravel country road, with a split-rail fence and beyond that an iron fence running alongside it, in summertime.
    • Aerial view of Whirlpool-Seeger Corp.

    • Industries -- Indiana -- Evansville; Buildings -- Indiana -- Evansville; Factories -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • B&w photograph of Whirlpool Corp. Text at bottom reads, "Aerial view of Whirlpool-Seeger Corp. formerly International Harvester." View is to the northeast.
    • Alice Dodd

    • World War, 1914-1918; War casualties -- Indiana -- Evansville; Mothers of war casualties
    • A portrait of Mrs. Alice Gresham Dodd, considered to be the first American mother to lose a son during World War I. Her son, James Bethel Gresham, was killed in France on November 3, 1917.
    • American Trust and Savings Bank

    • Buildings -- Indiana -- Evansville; Banks and banking -- Indiana -- Evansville; Trust companies -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • The American Trust and Savings Bank was incorporated in December 1904. Along with the banking business, they also handled estates, trusteeships, loans of all kinds, and a safety deposit department, making it the most up-to-date banking institution....
    • American Trust and Savings Bank

    • Architecture -- Indiana -- Evansville; Banks and banking -- Indiana -- Evansville; Buildings -- Indiana -- Evansville; Trust companies -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • A drawing of the American Trust and Savings Bank.
    • American Trust and Savings Bank

    • Buildings -- Indiana -- Evansville; Merchants -- Indiana -- Evansville; Banks and banking -- Indiana -- Evansville; Theaters -- Indiana -- Evansville; Hotels -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • A black and white photograph of The American Trust and Savings Bank, which was incorporated in December 1904. The bank was located on the west corner at Sixth and Main streets in downtown Evansville, Indiana. On the north corner sits the Victory...
    • Angel Mounds

    • Architecture -- Indiana -- Evansville; Buildings -- Indiana -- Evansville; Landscape; Historic sites -- Indiana -- Evansville; Parks -- Indiana -- Evansville; Memorials -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • A photograph of the Angel Mounds Vistors Center, which opened in 1972 and was financed by a gift from Eli Lilly through the Lilly Endowment.
    • Angel Mounds

    • Historic sites -- Indiana -- Evansville; Historic sites -- Indiana -- Vanderburgh County;
    • A view of three buildings at Angel Mounds State Historic Site, home to people of the Middle Mississippian culture from about 1100 to 1450 A.D. The land was purchased by the Indiana Historical Society in 1938 and transferred to the State of Indiana...
    • Angel Mounds

    • Architecture -- Indiana -- Evansville; Historic sites -- Indiana -- Evansville; Landscape; Parks -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • A photograph of Angel Mounds State Historic Site, which was purchased in 1938 by the Indiana Historical Society for the purpose to reconstruct the village
    • Assumption Parish School

    • Buildings -- Indiana -- Evansville; Church schools -- Indiana -- Evansville; School buildings -- Indiana -- Evansville; Schools -- Indiana -- Evansville;
    • Photograph of the Assumption Parish School. The church and school were located on Seventh Street between Vine and Sycamore Streets on the north side. The architects of the school were Thole & Legeman of Evansville, IN. The general contractor was M....

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