Vincennes, IN Heritage Architecture Photos

The town of Vincennes celebrates its long heritage with some interesting architecture.

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Old Library & Old Cathedral. Vincennes, IN.Old French House Museum was home of French fur trader Michel Brouillet. Vincennes, IN.Grouseland by William Henry Harrison when he was Governor of the Indiana Territory. Vincennes, IN.Indiana State Historic Sites open air museum comprises Indiana Territory Capitol, Elihu Stout Print Shop & Jefferson Academy. Vincennes, IN.
Old Library (1840) & Old Cathedral (1826). Vincennes, IN. Old French House (c1806) Museum (509 N. 1st St.) was home of French fur trader Michel Brouillet (1774-1838). Vincennes, IN. Grouseland (1803) by William Henry Harrison when he was Governor of the Indiana Territory (1800-12) (3 West Scott St.). Vincennes, IN. Indiana State Historic Sites open air museum comprises Indiana Territory Capitol, Elihu Stout Print Shop & Jefferson Academy. Vincennes, IN.
George Rogers Clark National Historical Park marks site of Fort Sackville captured from British in Revolutionary War. Vincennes, IN.Lincoln Memorial Bridge across Wabash River in Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.Lincoln Memorial Bridge across Wabash River & Indiana / Illinois boundary. Vincennes, IN.Relief sculpture of Indian by Raoul Josset on Lincoln Memorial Bridge across Wabash River. Vincennes, IN.
George Rogers Clark National Historical Park marks site of Fort Sackville captured from British (Feb. 25, 1779) in Revolutionary War. Vincennes, IN. Lincoln Memorial Bridge across Wabash River in Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.Lincoln Memorial Bridge across Wabash River & Indiana / Illinois boundary. Vincennes, IN.Relief sculpture of Indian by Raoul Josset on Lincoln Memorial Bridge across Wabash River. Vincennes, IN.
Relief sculpture of Indian by Raoul Josset on Lincoln Memorial Bridge across Wabash River. Vincennes, IN.Heritage buildings along Main St. including 122 Main St. & on right Second National Bank by Thomas Campbell & Louis Osterhage. Vincennes, IN.Historic Clothing Hall now destroyed by fire & tall Oliphant Building. Vincennes, IN.Main St. streetscape of Vincennes showing block later destroyed by fire in Dec. 2011. Vincennes, IN.
Relief sculpture of Indian by Raoul Josset on Lincoln Memorial Bridge across Wabash River. Vincennes, IN.Heritage buildings along Main St. including 122 Main St. (1868) & on right Second National Bank (1912) by Thomas Campbell & Louis Osterhage. Vincennes, IN.Historic Clothing Hall (1879) now destroyed by fire & tall Oliphant Building (1916) (214 Main St.). Vincennes, IN.Main St. streetscape of Vincennes showing block later destroyed by fire in Dec. 2011. Vincennes, IN.
310-16 Main St. streetscape of Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.310-12 Main St. streetscape of Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.400 block Main St. streetscape of Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.Terra cotta decoration on 1887 building. Vincennes, IN.
310-16 Main St. streetscape of Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.310-12 Main St. streetscape of Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.400 block Main St. streetscape (c1887) of Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.Terra cotta decoration on 1887 building (410 Main St.). Vincennes, IN.
The Pantheon Theater where native Red Skelton performed as a youngster. Vincennes, IN.Main St. streetscape of Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.Italianate heritage building. Vincennes, IN.Italianate Joseph L. Bayard building. Vincennes, IN.
The Pantheon Theater (1921) (428 Main St.) where native Red Skelton performed as a youngster. Vincennes, IN.Main St. streetscape of Vincennes. Vincennes, IN.Italianate heritage building (227 Main St.). Vincennes, IN.Italianate Joseph L. Bayard building (1878) (227 Main St.). Vincennes, IN. Architect: J.H. Stern.
Gargoyles of Joseph L. Bayard heritage building. Vincennes, IN.Heritage building at Main & 2nd Sts. Vincennes, IN.Neoclassical First National Bank building. Vincennes, IN.Neoclassical First National Bank building. Vincennes, IN.
Gargoyles of Joseph L. Bayard heritage building (227 Main St.). Vincennes, IN.Heritage building at Main & 2nd Sts. Vincennes, IN.Neoclassical First National Bank building (1913) (217 Main St.). Vincennes, IN. Architect: J.B. Bayard.Neoclassical First National Bank building (1913) (217 Main St.). Vincennes, IN.
Main St. heritage buildings. Vincennes, IN.Main St. heritage buildings. Vincennes, IN.Bonner-Allen federal-style house. Vincennes, IN.Front door of Bonner-Allen house where Abe Lincoln once visited. Vincennes, IN.
Main St. heritage buildings. Vincennes, IN.Main St. heritage buildings (1904). Vincennes, IN.Bonner-Allen federal-style house (1842) (505 Main St.). Vincennes, IN. On National Register.Front door of Bonner-Allen house where Abe Lincoln once visited. Vincennes, IN.
5th St. heritage streetscape. Vincennes, IN.Stone house in downtown Vincennes near Church & 4th Sts. Vincennes, IN.Vincennes Civil War Memorial & Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.
5th St. heritage streetscape. Vincennes, IN.Stone house in downtown Vincennes near Church & 4th Sts. Vincennes, IN.Vincennes Civil War Memorial & Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.Knox County Courthouse (1873) (101 N. 7th St.). Vincennes, IN. Architect: Edwin May.
Two towers of Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.Clock tower of Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.Sculpted history on front of Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.Vincennes Civil War Memorial at Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.
Two towers of Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.Clock tower of Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.Sculpted history on front of Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.Vincennes Civil War Memorial (1914) at Knox County Courthouse. Vincennes, IN.
Vincennes Civil War Memorial with Gettysburg & Vicksburg remembered. Vincennes, IN.Vincennes Civil War Memorial with Artillery-man. Vincennes, IN.Vincennes water tower. Vincennes, IN.
Vincennes Civil War Memorial with Gettysburg & Vicksburg remembered. Vincennes, IN.Vincennes Civil War Memorial with Artillery-man. Vincennes, IN.Vincennes water tower. Vincennes, IN.

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