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In years past, postcards were sent from all areas of the country as people travelled. This page is dedicated to Anderson area postcards. More will be posted soon.

Click on Any of the Pictures Below for a Larger Version

Looking North on Meridian Street from West 12th Street (c.1910). The Union building is in the foreground right. The empty lot in foreground right is the site of the Paramount Theater.

Looking South on Meridian Street from West 9th Street (c.1900). The Union building can be seen in the distance on the left. Note the Interurban tracks in the middle of the street.

The Anderson Post Office (c.1900). Notice the building is only one floor. This building was most recently used as the Public School administration building.

The Anderson Post Office (c.1910) after the 2nd floor was added and a view of the Carnegie Library. The library building now serves as the Anderson Fine Arts Center.

A 1916 postcard speaking of love and opportunity in Anderson, Indiana!!

1011 Jackson St c1900

Chase Street north from 11th street c1917

The Gospel Trumpet Company c1920

IUT Power house 1913

Looking south on Meridian from 9th street c1900

One Story post office c1900

Post office after 2nd floor addition & Carnegie Library c1910

Looking East on 11th street from Morton c1907

Looking West on 11th street from Delaware c1900

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By ADNA - Site Update September 23, 2014