Images of Oxford Indiana
Historic Architecture

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Images: Oxford


Oxford Presbyterian Church

The Oxford Presbyterian Church bears a date of 1901. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It sits on the northwest corner of Benton and Justus Streets in Oxford. This view is from the southeast.


Smith at Howard

This building sits on the northwest corner of Smith and Howard Streets in downtown Oxford, Indiana. It is on the old courthouse square. This view is from the southeast.


Knights of Pythias 187

The former Knights of Pythias 187 sits at the southwest corner of Justus and Smith in downtown Oxford. When I took this picture the State Bank of Oxford occupied the building; this is a view from the east.


Messner Block

The Messner Block bears two dates - 1874 and 1896. It sits at the northwest corner of Justus and McConnell in downtown Oxford. This is a view from the east.


Independent Order of Odd Felllows

The Independent Order of Odd Fellows building in Oxford bears an 1874 date. It sits at the southwest corner of Justus and McConnell. This is a view from the northwest.


Oxford Public Library

The Oxford Public Library dates from 1916. The building sits at 201 East Smith Street. The architect was J. A. Boonstra. This is a view from the south.


Masonic Temple

The Masonic Temple is on Smith, north of the Square in downtown Oxford. This is a view from the south.


Kelly's Livery Stable

Dan Patch was a famous race horse born at Kelly's Livery Stable. Dan Patch never lost a race and set a record for the mile (1:55) that stood for more than thirty years. The stable is just south of the IN 55 - IN 352 intersection.


Oxford Square

Oxford was once the seat of Benton County, but following condemnation of the courthouse in 1873, Fowler became the county seat. The square remains, and it helps make Oxford a rather attractive little town.