At the turn of the 20th century, the Koontz/Kuntz brothers—sons of Adam Kuntz, Jr—became, among other things, photographers. One of the things they did in that occupation was photograph neighbors’ farms northeast of Bremen. Some of these old photos survive,… Continue Reading →
Way back in 1910, when motion pictures were just getting a foothold in American culture, Carl Ponader and Otto Fries bought the 1888 William Huff building that was part of Huff’s hardware store (the Downtown’r restaurant in 2016). They called… Continue Reading →
Get your gifts for Dad at G W Whitlock’s. (Hurry—sale ends in 1967.)
Here is a map of Bremen, Indiana in 2015 overlaid with a map from 1908 with the landowners labeled, along with the two source maps.