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Capitol of the state of Indiana. I. Town & A.J. Davis architects Capitol, Indiana. Plan of principal floor. Peribolus.

Map of Peru and Indianapolis Rail Road with connections.

Great western & south-western mail route to Cleveland Pittsburg, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville, Terre Haute, Lafayette, St. Louis and all points south and west The following lines and magnificent low pressure steamers form a nig

U.S. Reports: Pearce v. Madison & Indianapolis R.R. Co. and Peru & Indianapolis R.R. Co., 62 U.S. (21 How.) 441 (1858)

[Lieutenant Francis (or Frank or Franz) L. Weber, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / Davies & Merritt, Indianapolis, Ind.

[Unidentified Union officer, bust portrait, facing front] / E. & J. Bruening's Photograph Gallery, Indianapolis, Ind.

John H. Bradley to Abraham Lincoln, Sunday, January 27, 1861 (Invites Lincolns to stay at his home when they visit Indianapolis)

[Colonel Francis (Frank) Erdelmeyer, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / photographed by E. & J. Bruening, Indianapolis, Ind.

[Captain Emanuel Eller, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / E. & J. Bruening, Indianapolis.

Condensed time table. Westward of the Indiana Central, Terre Haute & St. Louis, and Baltimore and Ohio railways. Through Columbus, Dayton & Indianapolis ... Indianapolis Journal Print. 1861.

[2nd Lieutenant John G. Helmkamp, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / photographed by E. & J. Bruening, Indianapolis, Ind.

[Dr. John M. Gray, surgeon for the 39th Indiana Regiment, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / Cox & Clark, Metropolitan Photograph Gallery, Indianapolis.

[Unidentified Union officer, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / photographed by E. & J. Bruening, Indianapolis, Ind.

[Capt. John D. Ritter, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, full-length portrait, standing, facing front] / Runnion's Art Gallery, Indianapolis.

Indianapolis Indiana Daily Journal, Thursday, January 10, 1861 (Clipping)

[Unidentified Union officer, full-length portrait, facing front] / photographed by E. & J. Bruening, Indianapolis, Ind.

Henry Von Trebra & Louis V. Trebra arriving at Camp Morton, Indpls i.e. Indianapolis from their farm in Madison, Ill

[Unidentified Union officer, half-length portrait, facing front] / photographed by E. & J. Bruening, Indianapolis, Ind.

[Brigadier General William G. Mank, Union officer in the 32nd Indiana Regiment, head-and-shoulders portrait, turned right] / E. & J. Bruening, Indianapolis.

[Jean Allard Jeancon, Union officer, half-length portrait, seated, facing front] / Photographed by E. & J. Bruening, Indianapolis, Ind.

Rebel prisoners, Camp Morton, Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana, Telegraph Office to Washington, D.C. Military Telegraph Office, Wednesday, February 24, 1864 (Telegram reporting that Feb. 23 message to Lincoln was signed by John D. Defrees)

Our lost friend. P. J. Mahon. Indianapolis, December 1, 1885.

A proclamation by the Governor. I am pained to announce to the people of Wyoming the death of the Vice President of the United States, which occured at the city of Indianapolis at 5 o'clock this afternoon. The sudden and unexpected death of that

[Schomberg, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Larry Corcoran, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Lev Shreve, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack Glasscock, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Charlie Getzien, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Lev Shreve, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack Glasscock, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Emmett Seery, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Watch Burnham, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Dude Esterbrook, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Dude Esterbrook, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[George Myers, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Henry Boyle, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[George Myers, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Charley Bassett, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack Glasscock, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack McGeachy, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Jerry Denny, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Emmett Seery, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Jerry Denny, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack Glasscock, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Egyptian Healey, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack McGeachy, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack Glasscock, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Tug Arundel, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[John Cahill, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Dude Esterbrook, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Tug Arundel, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Egyptian Healey, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

[Dick Buckley, Indianapolis Hoosiers, baseball card portrait]

Meridian Street, looking north from Maryland St., Indianapolis, Indiana

Riverside Boulevard, Indianapolis, Ind

[Indianapolis, Ind., Board of Trade Bldg.]

Indianapolis, Ind., Board of Trade Bldg.

Indianapolis, Ind., North Delaware Street

Riverside Boulevard, Indianapolis, Ind.

Federal Bldg. and post office, Indianapolis, Ind.

East face, Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Indianapolis, Ind

Crowds at Indianapolis Speedway

East face, Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Indianapolis, Ind

[North Delaware Street, facsimile of John Hancock House, Indianapolis, Ind.]

Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Indianapolis, Ind.

North Delaware Street, facsimile of John Hancock House, Indianapolis, Ind.

[Shortridge High School, Indianapolis, Ind.]

Public Library, Indianapolis, Ind

[Indianapolis carnation, American Carnation Society Exhibition, Detroit, Mich.]

State House, Indianapolis, Ind.

Speedway under construction, roller on track, Indianapolis

Shortridge High School, Indianapolis, Ind.

Union Station, Indianapolis, Ind

[Army & Navy (Soldiers' and Sailors') Monument, the base, Indianapolis, Ind.]

[Harrison monument, Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana]

Crowd at balloon race, start of balloon "Indiana", Indianapolis

President Harrison house, Indianapolis, Ind

Illinois Street, north from Washington, Indianapolis, Ind.

Masonic Temple, Indianapolis, Ind.

[Manual Training School, Indianapolis, Ind.]

Commercial Club, Indianapolis, Ind.

Commercial Club, Indianapolis, Ind

East face, Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Indianapolis, Ind.

Speedway under construction, roller on track, Indianapolis

Atlas Engine Works, Indianapolis, Ind.

[Illinois Street, north from Washington, Indianapolis, Ind.]

West Face, Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Indianapolis, Ind

The Base, Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Indianapolis, Ind

Manual Training School, Indianapolis, Ind.

Garfield Park, Indianapolis, Ind.

Federal Bldg. and post office, Indianapolis, Ind

Crowd at balloon race, start of balloon "Indiana", Indianapolis

[Army & Navy (Soldiers' and Sailors') Monument, south face, Indianapolis, Ind.]

Army & Navy (Soldiers' and Sailors') Monument, south face, Indianapolis, Ind.

First Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, Ind

Balloons on field prior to start of race, Indianapolis

Entrance to Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Ind.

State House, Indianapolis, Ind

West face, Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Indianapolis, Ind.

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