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These are the frecoes on the upstairs walkway between the restrooms as you stand in the Lobby looking up. They are stunning. I wonder who painted them originally? Does anyone know?  Photograph taken by Linda Campbell Harshman on March 4, 2015

These are the frecoes on the upstairs walkway between the restrooms as you stand in the Lobby looking up. They are stunning. I wonder who painted them originally? Does anyone know? Photograph taken by Linda Campbell Harshman on March 4, 2015

The Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse is a replica of the original early French trading post known as the Fort Ouiatenon (1717-1791).    In 1968 archaeological excavations and document research began under the auspices of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association to recapture and preserve the almost forgotten French Heritage of Ouiatenon. The archaeological excavation uncovered the actual site of the original stockade approximately one mile downriver from the blockhouse.

The Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse is a replica of the original early French trading post known as the Fort Ouiatenon (1717-1791). In 1968 archaeological excavations and document research began under the auspices of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association to recapture and preserve the almost forgotten French Heritage of Ouiatenon. The archaeological excavation uncovered the actual site of the original stockade approximately one mile downriver from the blockhouse.

A sketch and an article about the soon to be built North Anderson Fire Station (#4 I think?) from 1925

A sketch and an article about the soon to be built North Anderson Fire Station (#4 I think?) from 1925

State Line, Madison, Indiana; Cross this bridge into Kentucky, this is where they have the Regatta!

State Line, Madison, Indiana; Cross this bridge into Kentucky, this is where they have the Regatta!

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