New Albany/Floyd County Historical Markers

Our Oldest Markers

1913: New Albany Centennial Marker -- originally located in Scribner Park, 1913; relocated to Carnegie Library, 1961; now located in the Indiana History Room NAFC Library

1923: First Catholic Church, St. Mary of the Knobs -- 1 mile south of St. Mary of the Knobs Catholic Church on St. Mary’s Road

1929: West Boundary of Clark’s Grant -- 809 East Main Street

1949: Ashbel P. Willard -- old junior high school, later home to Frisch’s, Coyle family returned marker on April 27, 2015. Will be displayed in the new Breakwater project on Spring Street.

1950: Birthplace of Sherman Minton -- Georgetown

Floyd County Historical Society Markers

1956: The Robert E. Lee Built Here -- West Main Street/Corydon Pike, New Albany

1956: Old Floyd County Fairgrounds/Camp Noble -- 2500 block of Charlestown Road, New Albany

1957: Home and Office of New Albany’s First Doctor, Asahel Clapp -- 114 East Main Street

1957: Georgetown -- Indiana Highway 64

1958: First Successful Manufacture Of Plate Glass In America -- 914 East Main Street, rear of the Culbertson Mansion

1959: The Old Buffalo Trace -- Paoli Pike (marker is missing)

1960/1990: Monon Railroad Station -- Pearl & Oak streets (building demolished 1995/marker is in the Padgett Museum)

1961: New Albany’s First Bank Building -- 203 East Main Street

1962: Market House -- West First & Market street

1963: New Albany Public Schools -- 802 East Market, 1963; 2813 Grant Line Road, 1990

1966: New Albany-Paoli Pike Tollhouse -- U.S. Hwy 150 (building demolished 1990/marker is in the Padgett Museum)

1967: City-County Building -- Hauss Square & West Spring Street

1973/1987: New Albany National Cemetery -- 1943 Ekin Avenue

Historic New Albany, Inc.

1960s: Israel House -- 142 West Main Street

1960s: Stoy-Moody House -- 411 West Market Street (demolished/marker missing)

1960s: Woodward House -- 509 West Market Street (inside)

1960s: Town Clock Church -- 300 East Main Street

1960s: Isaac P. Smith House -- 513 East Main Street

1960s: Sloan-Paris House -- 600 East Main Street

1960s: Nunemacher-Hangary House -- 709 East Main Street

1960s: The Culbertson Mansion -- 914 East Main Street

1960s: The Morrill House -- 1309 East Main Street

1960s: Mitchell-Meyer House -- 613 East Spring Street

Indiana State Historical Markers

1966: Site of Camp Whitcomb -- SE corner Beharrell Avenue & E. Spring Street, New Albany

1991: New Albany -- W. Spring Street at I-64 southbound off-ramp, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Erected 1991 by Indiana Historical Bureau and the City of New Albany

1992: New Albany -- E. Spring Street & Woodrow Avenue, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Erected 1992 by Indiana Historical Bureau and the City of New Albany

1992: Michael C. Kerr Home -- Speaker of the House of Representatives, Michael C. Kerr Home. 1109 East Main Street, New Albany.

1992: Clark’s Grant -- Indiana University Southeast, 4201 Grant Line Road/SR 111, New Albany just north of I-265. (Floyd County, Indiana) Erected 1992 by Indiana Historical Bureau and Henryville Elementary Little Hoosiers

1997: State Bank of Indiana -- 203 E. Main Street, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Erected 1996 Indiana Historical Bureau and Develop New Albany, Inc.

1997: Culbertson Mansion -- 914 East Main Street, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana). Erected 1996 Indiana Historical Bureau and Friends of Culbertson Mansion. Erected 1996 Indiana Historical Bureau and Develop New Albany, Inc.

1998: Scribner High School -- SW corner of 1st & Spring Streets at City-County Building, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Erected 1998 Indiana Historical Bureau and Southern Christian Leadership Conference.

1999: Buffalo Trace Route -- Buffalo Art Park, Daisy Summit (moved 2018)

2003: Culbertson Widows’ Home -- 704 East Main Street.

2004: A Gateway to Freedom -- SE corner of Main & Third Streets, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Installed: 2004 Indiana Historical Bureau and Installed: 2004 Indiana Historical Bureau, Floyd County Historical Society, and Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology, IDNR

2004: New Albany Downtown Historic District -- NE corner Pearl & Market Streets, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Installed: 2004 Indiana Historical Bureau, Develop New Albany, Inc., and Floyd County Historical Society.

2005: Division Street School -- 1803 Conservative Street. Intersection of Division Street and East 18th Street, on the right when traveling east on Division Street, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Installed: 2005 Indiana Historical Bureau and Friends of Division Street School, Inc.

2005: Fairview Cemetery -- Culbertson Avenue and East Sixth Street, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Installed: 2005 Indiana Historical Bureau and Friends of Fairview, Inc.

2005: New Albany’s Carnegie Library -- 201 East Spring St., New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Friends of the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library, Floyd County Historical Society, and Carnegie Center for Art & History, Inc.

2007: New Albany Tornado, 1917 -- 1111 Pearl Street, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana)

2007: New Albany and Salem Railroad(The Monon) -- Corner of Bank Street and Culbertson Avenue, New Albany (Floyd County, Indiana) Installed: 2007 Indiana Historical Bureau, Caesars Foundation of Floyd County, and Floyd County Historical Society.

2007: Cardinal Joseph E. Ritter -- SW corner of E. 13th and E. Oak Streets, New Albany (Floyd County, Indiana) Installed: 2007 Indiana Historical Bureau and Knights of Columbus Cardinal Ritter Council 1221.

2011: Lucy Higgs Nichols -- East Market Street between Tenth and Eleventh, New Albany. (Floyd County, Indiana) Installed 2011 Indiana Historical Bureau and Friends of Division Street School, Inc. Relcated from Veterans Plaza, 2018.

2012: Mob Violence, 1862 -- 142 W. Main St., New Albany, IN 47150 (Floyd County, Indiana) Installed 2012 Indiana Historical Bureau, City of New Albany, Floyd County Historical Society, and Develop New Albany

Silver Hills Historical Society Markers

2013: NA Highland Railway Co. “Scenic Railway” (1891-1932) -- Highland Avenue

Tuley Avenue -- Spring St. Hill Rd., on the Silver Hills Historical Nature Trail

Miscellaneous Historical Markers

The Salvation Army -- In median at Pearl & East Market streets

Site of First Catholic Church in New Albany -- 621 East Market Street

Holy Trinity Heritage Court -- 704 East Market Street

Jouett Meekin House -- 1220 East Market Street

New Albany High School, First Public High School in Indiana -- 1020 Vincennes Street

Calumet Club -- Community Park Entrance – 3037 Grant Line Road

Navilleton School -- Last One-Room School in Floyd County. Eight miles west of New Albany, off U.S. 150 on Navilleton Road