Reproduction historic map
of Richmond, Indiana, published in 1884. Settled by Quaker families from
North Carolina in 1806, Richmond was one of the cities along the route
of the National Road which is today Highway 40. Also known as Cumberland
Road, it was the first federally funded major road development project
in the U.S. Construction began on the National Road in 1811 and was
terminated in 1839, without reaching its planned destinations in
Missouri, but ending at Vandalia, Illinois.
illustrations of the following buildings appear in the margins around
Empire Steel Plow Works
Zeller & Co. Cracker
I. D. O. F. Building
Union R. R. Depot
Richmond Gas Works
J. M. Hutton & Co.
Moon & Haynes
Grand Opera House
Fulton Boiler Works
Matthews, Winder & Co.
Pogue & Miller
Irvin Reed & Sons
Geo. H. Knollenberg
Friends' Meeting House, Hicksite
W. C. Starr & Son
White Water Tannery
Garr, Scott & Co.
Wayne Agricultural Co.
Richmond City Mill Works
Haynes, Spencer & Co.
Robinson Machine Works
Chase Piano Factory
Features numbered references to
the following locations:
1. Wayne Co.
3. Union Railroad Station.
5. First National
7. Richmond National Bank.
9. Engine Houses.
11. Earlham College.
13. Parochial Schools.
15. Friends Meetin
17. White Water Meeting House.
Paul's Episcopal Church.
21. St. Mary's Catholic Church.
First M. E. Church.
25. Wesleyan Methodist Church.
M. E. Church.
29. United Presbyterian Church.
31. St. Paul's
33. Zion Church Evangelical Association.
35. Arlington House.
4. Public Parks.
6. Second National Bank.
8. Park Opera House.
12. Public Schools.
14. Friends Yearly Meeting-House.
16. Richmond Preparative Meeting-House.
18. First Baptist Church.
20. St. Andrew's Catholic Church.
22. Christian Church.
Grace M. E. Church.
26. German M. E. Church.
30. St. John's Lutheran Church.
34. Huntingdon - Grand Hotel.
37. Richmond Gas Co., Jas. M. Starr, President.
Gaar Machine Works, Gaar, Scott & Co.
39. Chase Piano Co., M. J.
Chase, General Manager.
40. Richmond Church, Hall and School
Furniture Works (Haynes, Spencer & Co.).
41. Wayne Agricultural
Co., L. L. Lawrence, Pres., Wm. Baxter, Vice-Pres.
Machine Works, Robinson & Co.
43. Richmond Mill Works, Jos. G.
44. Sedgwick Bros., Net Wire Fences, Gates, etc.
45. W. C. Starr & Son, Hames, Bridle Bits and Proof Chains.
M. Hutton & Co., Wooden Burial Cases and Caskets.
47. Ezra Smith &
Co., Coffin and Casket Works.
48. Fulton Boiler Works, Jerry Cowhig
49. E. Patterson & Co., Empire Plow Works.
50. Moon &
Haynes, Map and Chart Case Manufactory.
51. White Water Tannery, S.
R. Wiggins & Son.
52. Matthews, Winder & Co., Pure Linseed Oil and
53. Richmond City Mill, Hunt & Bro.
54. Richmond Roller
Mills and Elevator, C. G. Carpenter.
55. Richmond Chair Co.
56. Richmond Bent Wood Co.
57.Quaker City Chair Co.
Henchman & Cox Manufacturers and Wholesale Confectioners.
59. W. H.
Middleton & Co., Planing Mill, Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Mouldings, etc.
60. Roller Skate Factory, M. C. Henley.
61. Roller Skate Factory,
Marchant, Phillips & Co.
62. Zeller & Co., Steam Cracker
63. Charter Oak Pork House, Reid, Beeler & Co.
64. Marchant & Haynes, Manufacturers of Baking Powders.
Hockett, Reynolds & Co., Hard and Soft Wood Maouldings.
St. Brewery, Emil Minck, Proprietor.
67. I. R. Howard & Co.,
68. John W. Grubs & Co., Wholesale Grocers.
69. Pogue & Miller, Wholesale Hardware.
70. Irvin Reed & Sons,
Hardware, Cutlery, Agricultural Implements, etc.
71. Thos. Creamer
& Co., Wholesale Hardware and Cutlery.
72. W. W. Foulke & Co.,
Iron, Steel, Springs, Axles, Wheels, etc.
73. Geo. H. Knollenberg,
Dealer in Dry Goods and Notions.
74. L. M. Jones & Co., Wholesale
and Retail Dry Goods and Carpets.
75. D. B. Crawford & Son, Dealers
in Dry Goods.
77. Peter Lichtenfels & Co., Clothiers, Hittle Block.
78. A. W. Meyer & Co., China, Glass and Queensware.
79. R. W.
Nye, Queensware, Glassware, Lamps, etc.
80. Dunham & Smith, Dealers
81. A. J. Hoffman, Dealer in Stoves, Tinware, etc.
82. Wiggins & Co., Harness and Saddlery Hardware.
83. Van D.
84. J. A. Knabe, Dealer in Groceries.
Beckwith & Harold, Dealers in Groceries.
86. Nicholson & Bro.,
Booksellers, Stationers, and Book Binders.
87. Morris & Hunt,
Booksellers and Stationers.
88. Iliff Bros., Booksellers and
89. A. E. & O. P. Crocker, Real Estate, Loan and
Insurance Agents, Vaughn Block.
90. W. H. Bradbury & Son,
Insurance, Real Estate and Loans.
91. George Detch & Son, Wooden
and Willow Ware, Toys, Garden Seeds, etc.
92. E. F. Hirst, Dealer
in Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, etc.
93. Geo. C. McCullough,
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, etc.
95. Hill & Hill, Wholesale and
Retail, Grain, Flour, Feed, Hay and Straw.
96. Seefloth & Bayer,
Quaker City Bakery.
97. H. H. Weerhoff, Plumber, Gas and Steam
98. H. R. Downing & Son, Undertakers.
99. F. A. Knabe,
Bazaar Fancy Goods.
100. E. Betzold, Millinery and Fancy Goods.
101. John E. Peltz, Merchant Tailor.
102. Hechland & Iliff, Merchant
103. W. H. Sudhoff, Druggist and Apothecary.
Muller, Druggist and Apothecary.
105. G. W. Stigleman, Photographic
106. J. H. Swaine, Photographer.
107. Jas. T.
Wm. T. Noble, Court House.
W. O. Braffett, Court House.
C. J. Du Hadway, Court House.
J. A. Gormon, Sheriff, Court House.
108. J. R. Weist,
109. J. E. Taylor, Physician.
110. J. McSimpson, Physician.
J. W. Jay, Dentist.
105. J. M. Brookins, Dentist.
Cooke, Treas. Office, City Hall.
Foulke & Rupe, Attorneys at
Law, Office in First National Bank.
R. H. King, Clerk's
Office, City Hall.
Lewis D. Stubbs, Office in Richmond
Chas. E. Shiveley, Attorney at Law, in
112. E. P. Smithers, Veterinary Surgeon.
S. O. Yates & Son, Contractors and Builders.
114. Arthur J. Cox,
Architect and Builder.
115. Frank T. Thornhill, Livery, Feed and Sale
116. Witham and Anderson Co., Wholesale Dealers in and
Shippers of Lumber.
117. Jos. I. Cushman, Agent, W. J. Benners &
Sons, Shippers of Lumber.
118. Mather Bros., Dealers in Coal, Wood,
Lime, Sewer Pipe, etc.
119. J. W. Moore & Co., Coal, Wood, Lime, etc.
120. S. M. Buckley, Wholesale Tobacconist.
121. Harman Fetta,
Wholesale Dealer, Tobacco and Cigars.
122. C. Kreimeier, Manufacturer and Dealer, Cigars and Tobacco.
A. F. Oesting, Dealer in Hides, Rags, iron and Old Metals.
Cullaton & Co., Book and Job Printers.
125. Jno. A. Hasecoster,
Architect and Superintendent.
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