Ferries; Side wheelers; Steamboats; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
CITY OF JEFFERSONVILLE, a side-wheel ferry with wood hull (150 ft. x 34 ft. x 6.3 ft.), was built at Howard in 1891. Owned by Louisville & Jeffersonville Ferry Co., she operated in the Louisville area until she was retired around 1914.
Homes and a German Catholic Church at the corner of Wall Street and Maple Street in Jeffersonville, Indiana sit surrounded by flood waters from the flood that occurred in February 1883. Men in boats are in the foreground.
Automobile service stations; Signs (Notices); Cobblestone streets; Buildings
The Gulf Refining Company service station at Locust and Court in Jeffersonville shows gas pumps under a sign reading, "That Good Gulf Gasoline." A number of street lamps with round white globes appear on the property. A brick building is...
A crowd of people lines the sidewalk in Jeffersonville, Indiana during the opening of the Municipal Bridge which spans the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky. A police officer stands in the middle of the street at the beginning of the bridge....
East side of a large brick house on Front Street in Jeffersonville, Indiana around 1895. The Ohio River and a pier for the Big Four Bridge, which was under construction at the time, are in the background.
Looking down Market Street at shops and homes in Port Fulton or Jeffersonville, Indiana during the 1913 Ohio River flood. According to the photographer's notes, this is "Ruby's corner @10:10 March 31, 1913."
People in rowboats on Market Street in Port Fulton (now Jeffersonville), Indiana during the 1913 Ohio River flood. According to the photographer's notes, this is "looking up Market Street from just below mill Mar 29, 1913".