December 18, 2017
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Articles in: Historic Preservation

Kristen K. Tucker
- 1 year 30 weeks ago
The Feb. 9 revelation to the world of Abraham Lincoln’s mallet kept hidden in Spencer County, Indiana, is a story of family friendships forged...
William Bartelt
- 1 year 30 weeks ago
 “ . . . While our brothers were away on the field of strife and the battle . . . raging, we trusted that the God of Washington would come...
Armon Siadat
- 1 year 35 weeks ago
The old Sterling Brewery site presently may be home to financial services company SS&C Technologies, but a piece of the building’s storied...
Stan Schmitt
- 1 year 38 weeks ago
They were known as the queens of the sky, and were the largest machines ever to fly. The rigid airships, called zeppelins, flying in the 1920s and...
Armon Siadat
- 1 year 38 weeks ago
As a territory sales manager at a large consumer goods company, Jeff Kinkade answered countless calls, but shortly after being relocated to Dallas...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 39 weeks ago
Through the spring of 2015, those traveling near Raben Tires’ Downtown location may have noticed a transformation occurring on Fourth Street....
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 39 weeks ago
When the new mural timeline exhibit “What Happened Here” debuted in the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science in January, local...
Armon Siadat
- 1 year 39 weeks ago
When County Commissioner Joe Kiefer stepped inside the Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse for the first time after taking office five years ago,...
Jane McManus
- 1 year 39 weeks ago
Becky Kiesel creates small treasures salvaged from part of Evansville’s history. “Once I started making the jewelry, it just kind of...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 45 weeks ago
For those in the area who have a love of history and a thirst for knowledge of Evansville’s and Vanderburgh County’s pasts, the...
Evansville City View Staff
- 1 year 45 weeks ago
Whether you have lived in Evansville your entire life or are passing through for only a few days, Evansville City View offers you an illustrated...
Lindsey Erdody
- 1 year 45 weeks ago
On the banks of the Ohio River, many local manufacturing businesses saw the abundant supply of corn, rail access, and a willing work force as an...
Stan Schmitt
- 1 year 48 weeks ago
One hundred and fifty years ago, during the early morning of Jan. 30, 1866, the rattling of windows and doors woke many Evansville residents....
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 48 weeks ago
In the late 1990s, the old consolidated schoolhouse in Lyles Station — situated in the midst of local farms just west of Princeton, Indiana...
Kristen K. Tucker
- 1 year 48 weeks ago
With the opening of another length of Interstate 69 in mid-December, we can finally drive to Bloomington, Indiana, completely on interstate. This...
Jane McManus
- 1 year 48 weeks ago
It’s a city with many nicknames. “The Big Easy,” “Crescent City,” and “The City That Care Forgot.” New...
Philip R. Hooper
- 1 year 48 weeks ago
Albert E. Stokes had a vision. It was 1909, and as the president of Progressive Reality Company, Stokes was attuned to residential development and...
Emily Patton
- 1 year 48 weeks ago
When a F2 tornado ripped through Posey and Vanderburgh counties in May 2011, the historic Nisbet Inn restaurant suffered serious damages. The roof...
Trista Lutgring
- 2 years 1 week ago
After the first concept of the typewriter was introduced in 1714, many inventors set out to make their own version of the writing machine. By 1910,...
Kristen K. Tucker
- 2 years 4 weeks ago
I hardly can believe the holiday season is here. Producing the November/December issue always gets us in the spirit, though we stop short of playing...