National Register Listings in
Vanderburgh County, Indiana

Albion Flats Alhambra Theatorium American Trust and Savings Bank (Indiana Bank) Auto Hotel Building Barrett's Britz Building Bayard Park Historic District Bedford, William, Sr., House Bernardin-Johnson House Bitterman Building Black, Glenn A., House Boehne, John W., House Building at 223 Main Street Busse House Cadick Apartments (Plaza Building) Carpenter, Willard, House Central Library Citizens National Bank Conner's Bookstore Court Building (Furniture Building) Culver Historic District Eagles Home Evansville Brewing Company Evansville College Evansville Downtown Historic District Evansville Journal News Evansville Municipal Market Evansville Post Office Fellwock Garage Firestone Tire and Rubber Store Former Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Residence Garvin Park Geiger, Fred, and Sons National Biscuit Company Gemcraft-Wittmer Building General Cigar Company German Bank Greyhound Bus Terminal Harding and Miller Music Company Hebron Meadows Historic District Helfrich, Michael D., House Hooker-Ensle-Pierce House Hose House No. 10 Hose House No. 12 Huber Motor Sales Building Igleheart, Edgar A., House Independence Historic District Indiana Bell Building Ingle Terrace Koester/Patburg House Kuebler-Artes Building Kuehn, August, House Leich, Charles, and Company Liberty Baptist Church Lincolnshire Historic District Lockyear College Maier, Peter Augustus, House Masonic Temple McCurdy Building (Sears, Roebuck and Company Building) McCurdy Hotel McJohnston Chapel and Cemetery Mead Johnson River-Rail-Truck Terminal and Warehouse Montgomery Ward Building Morris Plan (Central Union Bank) National City Bank Newman, M. G., Building O'Donnell Building Oak Hill Cemetery Ohio Street Bridge Old Bittermann Building Old Fellwock Auto Company Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse Orr Iron Company Parson and Scoville Building Pearl Steam Laundry Puster, L., and Company Furniture Manufactory Reitz, John Augustus, House Ridgway Building Riverside Historic District Roelker, John H., House Rose Terrace Salem's Baptist Church Schaeffer, Michael, House Siegel's Department Store Smith, Robert, Mortuary Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Coliseum St. John's Evangelical Protestant Church Sunset Park Pavilion Sweeton, Charles, House USS LST 325 (tank landing ship) Van Cleave Flats Victory Theater and Hotel Sonntag Washington Avenue Historic District Willard Library YMCA YWCA Zion Evangelical Church
The first successful experimental farm in the United States was established in Indiana in 1862. Known as the Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station, it paved the way for modern agricultural practices.
~ Indiana random facts