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Darlington Album

Darlington Photo Album


This Index Page lists all of the
Businesses, Churches,
and Places of Interest



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Thanks so very much to Bill Boone for his great help in making these town albums available -- now, if we can just get others to join in and send more great photos to add - thanks BB :) Please visit Bill's blog spot for DHS - Darlington Indians, as well. Some photos linked to the "people" index of this site - Clouser photos from Mary Jo Barton :) Thanks Bill & Mary Jo !!


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Academy - see Darlington Academy

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Baptist, Primative - Sugar Creek  See~Sugar Creek Primative Baptist

Basketball Team - 1924 -- Top: Coach Ed Miller; Unknown; Gayle Irvin; Frank Peacock; Charles Kounen; Principal Leslie Gordon. 2nd Row: Unknown; Lewis Francis; Fritz Miller; Lock Hankins; Fred Peacock. Front: Carl Long; Bob Vannice; Bill Hankins - photo from the Drlington public Library Darlington Herald Newsletter, Nov/Dec 2015 by Butch Dale

Beck House - I believe (anyone know for sure) this served as both a home, a business and for one of the service organizations and at the time of the picture, perhaps apartments upstairs ?

Biddle, Jack & his Shetland ponies going down main street of Darlington

Bundy Store -- see Bowers photo album

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Clouser Family Photos - thanks so much to Mary Jo B  

Covered Bridge, 3 Views (from CDPL site)

Cox, Byron & mother, Bertha (Byron was killed in WWI July 21, 1918 - his mother a Gold Star one)

Cox Cafe (Cecil & Kenneth Cox Cafe 1932)

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Darlington Band -- this may/may not be the ones from this short article from the Crawfordsville Weekly Review March 13, 1908 p 2 -- The Darlington band has reorganized and by May 1 hopes to be making the vales of Sugar Creek echo and re-echo with its sweet refrains. Its membership is practically the same as it was last year. Officers include: Newton Boots, president; B.O. Flora, sec; Earl Woody, treasurer and Charles Marshall, director.

Darlington Covered Bridge -- see Covered Bridge

Darlington HS, 1895 (love that bell tower)  

DHS, Class of 1946 (bobbysocks and saddle oxfords - students named)

Darlington National Guard - 1938 - thanks to Butch Dale's Darlington Library newsletter - Spring 2013

DHS, Winter View

Darlington - 1914 - wells drilled -- see Wells - Darlington

Darlington Museum Page (Butch Dale is great)

Darlington Petroleum Company - see Wells - Darlington


Highview School (love this!)

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Library - Darlington Carnegie Library dedicated on Dec. 29, 1915. Building was designed by Darlington native Hubert Peterson. Thanks muches to Jerry T for the information on the history of the library. 2013 there is a nice addition where the main activities go on but the older part is used as a local history repository.

St. James Lutheran Church -- This is a picture of St. James Lutheran taken around 1962. The church was located three miles east of Darlington. It was razed around 1966. A commemorative marker and cemetery are still there. I lived across the road from 1961 until I went off to college in 1968. Regards, Ron Schoen - thanks so very, very much, Ron -- this is awesome.



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Main Street, 1910  See East Main Street, 1910 above

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Reed, Ed (driving hearse)  See HEARSE above

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Sugar Creek - Primitive Baptist -- assume in or near Darlington -- organized in 1823, one of oldest in Montgomery County.  From CDPL archives

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Toll Gate - built in 1867 and used for about 10 years - moved to Darlington from 3 miles away - given to the town in 1982 by the Butler family

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Watermill -  2 Views and 1 is touched up (3 photos all together)- - both are thanks to the Crawfordsville District Public Library (CDPL)

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