Images of Hartford City Indiana
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Images: Hartford City

Blackford County Courthouse

A partial view of the Blackford County Courthouse. I wasn't able to back up far enough to get a clear view of the entire building. The courthouse dates from 1894; the tower is said to be about 165 feet tall. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Tyner Building

The W. H. Tyner Building bears a date of 1900. It's also marked with the Knights of Pythias emblem. It sits in the 200 block of West Main Street in Hartford City. I took this picture in July 2001.


Weiler's is an imposing three-story Romanesque Revival building that sits at 104 Main Street in downtown Hartford City. It bears a 1904 date and when I took this picture in July 2001 housed a discount furniture store.

Hotel Ingram

The Hotel Ingram is a three story Romanesque Revival structure that sits at the intersection of Main and Jefferson Streets in downtown Hartford City. It bears street addresses of 118 and 122 North Jefferson.

Hartford City Public Library

The Hartford City Public Library dates from 1903. It sits at 314 North High Street.

Rosenbush Building

The Rosenbush Building probably dates from the 1890s. The Renaissance Revival structure bears a street address of 110 Main Street.

Campbell Building

The Campbell Building is a two-story Renaissance Revival structure that dates from 1901. The street address is 200 West Washington.

200 Block West Washington

This two-story building sits in the 200 Block of West Washington Street, in Hartford City.

Ervin Building Detail

This is a close-up of a leaded glass sign on the Ervin Building. The Ervin Building went up prior to 1910, and bears street addresses of 201 and 205 West Washington Street. For some reason I don't have an image of the entire building.