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Pictorial Histories:

Terre Haute of Today. 
Terre Haute: Moore & Langen. 1895.

Part

Description of pages

Pages

Part 1

Cover

Introduction

The Environs

Cover
1-2

Part 2

The Environs (cont'd)

Municipal Improvements

3-4

Part 3

Municipal improvements (cont'd)

General Appearance

The Railroad System

5-6

Part 4

The Railroad System (cont'd)

Manufacturing

7-8

Part 5

Manufacturing (cont'd)

Jobbing Trade

Retail Trade

9-10

Part 6

Banking

Great Charities

Educational Advantages

11-12

Part 7

Educational Advantages (cont'd)

Track and Farm

A Little Pointer

Club Life

The Underground Resources

13-14

Part 8

The Underground Resources (cont'd)

Hotels

Population and Credit

Worth a Visit

Travelers' Protective Association

15-16

Part 9

St. Mary of the Woods Female Academy
  (panoramic picture)

Travelers' Protective Association

17-18

Part 10

TPA Club Rooms

TPA Billiard Hall and Assembly Room

19-20

Advertisements and
  Pictures

Part 11

Union Station (picture)

Vandalia [Railroad] Line
  (advertisement)

Finkbiner and Duenweg/
  Vandalia Railroad Offices
  (picture of building)

21-23

Part 12

Finkbiner and Duenweg Hardware
  (advertisement)

Terre Haute Race Track (picture)

Terre Haute Trotting Association
  (advertisement)

Terre Haute Brewing Company (picture)

Terre Haute Beer (advertisement)

24-28

Part 13

Hoberg, Root & Company
  Wholesale and retail dry goods
  (picture of building exterior)

Hoberg, Root & Company
  (advertisement)

Main Office, Hulman & Co. Retail Grocers
  (picture of building interior)

Hulman & Co's Dauntless Coffee
  (advertisement)

29-32

Part 14

Hulman & Co. Wholesale Grocers

St. Anthony's Hospital

Moore & Langen, Printers

Old National Whiskey
  ("Hulman & Beggs, Sole Proprietors")

33-36

Part 15

View from Eighth Street, west on Wabash
   Avenue/View on North Seventh Street
  (pictures)

Bement, Rea, & Co., Wholesale Grocers
  (advertisement)

Street Scene, Sixth and Wabash Avenue
  (picture)

37-39

Part 16

Terre Haute Commercial College
  (sketch)

Vigo County Court House

C. L. Braman Co. (Advertisement
  for "Importers and jobbers of notions,
  furnishing goods and fancy
  dry goods")

Government Building (picture)

40-43

Part 17

E. H. Bindley & Co., Importers and jobbers
  of drugs, paints, oils, chemicals, etc.
  (advertisement)

New Opera House (drawing)

Big 4 Railroad (advertisement)

Rose Dispensary (sketch)

44-47

Part 18

Townley Stove Company

Rose Polytechnic Institute

Jos. Strong & Co., Wholesale Grocers

48-50

Part 19

Coates College (picture)

Terre Haute Artesian Mineral Springs
  (advertisement)

View from Court House looking
  northwest (picture)

51-53

Part 20

Knox Hat (advertisement)

A. B. Mewhinney & Co.
  Steam Candy Manufacturers

Terre Haute Car Shops
  and Foundry

American Wheel Works

54-57

Part 21

Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad
  Evansville & Terre Haute Railroad
  (advertisement)

Hulman & Beggs, Wholesale Liquors
  (picture of building exterior)

Havens & Geddes Co.
  (picture of building exterior)

Havens & Geddes Co., Importers and
  Jobbers of dry goods, notions and
  furnishings (advertisement)

Wabash Iron Co. (picture)

Cobleigh Piano Case Factory
  (picture)

Fort Harrison (drawing)

58-61

Part 22

Terre Haute Shoe Co.

View on South Sixth Street

View on South Seventh Street

62-63

Part 23

Terre Haute House
  (interior views)

64-66

Part 24

Terre Haute House
  (interior views)

Terre Haute House
  (advertisement)

Apman, Fasig & Starr
  Wholesale commission house
  (picture of building exterior)

Apman, Fasig & Starr
  (advertisement)

67-70

Part 25

Miller Bros. Cracker Bakery
 (picture of building exterior)

Foster O'Boyle Building
  (picture of building exterior)

Miller Brothers (advertisement)

Residence of Eugene V. Debs

Residence of Col. R. W. Thompson

71-73

Part 26

Heinl Florist
  (advertisement)

Terre Haute Packing Company
  (picture)

John G. Heinl Floral Hall
  (picture)

Terre Haute Canning Company

Rose Orphan Home

74-77

Part 27

Terre Haute Fair Association
  (advertisement)

Sales Room of Terre Haute
  Carriage and Buggy Co.
  (picture)

W. L. Kidder & Son's Flour Mill
  (picture and advertisement)

78-80

Part 28

Terre Haute Carriage & Buggy Co.
  (picture and advertisement)

German Lutheran Church
  (picture)

First Methodist Church
  (picture)

Washington Avenue Presbyterian Church
  (picture)

Elliott & Smith, manufacturer's
  agents and jobbers of hats, caps,
  straw goods and gloves
  (advertisement)

81-84

Part 29

St. Ann's Orphan Home
  (picture)

Indiana State Normal School
  (picture)

Hunter Laundering & Dyeing Co.
  (advertisement)

C. H. Goldsmith,
  Wholesale Commission Merchant
  (picture and advertisement)

85-89

Part 30

The New Filbeck Hotel
  (interior pictures)

Congregational Church
  (picture)

Archway to Highland Lawn
  Cemetery (picture)

German Reform Church
  (picture)

90-92

Part 31

Willow Ridge Farm
  (advertisement)

First Baptist Church
  (picture)

Chapel at Highland Lawn
  Cemetery (picture)

Presbyterian Church (picture)

Indiana State Fair
  (advertisement)

93-95

Part 32

Terre Haute Shovel &
  Tool Co., Manufacturers of
  hay, straw, manure, coal, coke
  and spading forks
  (advertisement)

96-99

Part 33

F. R. Rice Mercantile Cigar Co.
  (advertisement)

Residence of W. L. Kidder
  (picture)

Residence of H. G. Miller
  (picture)

Residence of D. W. Minshall
  (picture)

Indiana Distillery (picture)

Wabash Distillery (picture)

100-103

Part 34

Hudnut Company, manufacturers
  of white corn goods for food
  and brewing purposes
  (advertisement)

Residence of F. McKeen
  (picture)

Residence of H. Hulman
   (picture)

Residence of C. Fairbanks
   (picture)

Wm. A Stickney Cigar Co.
  (advertisement)

104-106

Part 35

Bartlett, Kuhn & Co., buyers
  and shippers of hay and grain
  (advertisement)

Collett Park (pictures)

City School (picture)

Terre Haute Water Works
  (picture)

107-109

Part 36

St. Mary's Chapel
  (exterior and interior views)

Visitors Home at St. Mary of the Woods
  (picture)

Printer information

110-111