|Dr. Oliver C. Neier (1864-1954) was named after Indiana Civil War Governor, Oliver P. Morton.|
|This sign hung on Dr. Neier's office on East Washington Street and on University Avenue|
Dr. Neier began his medical career as a "horse and buggy" physician, however, by the early 1900s he owned an Overland Auto. For most of his 90 years on this planet, he tended the sick and wounded. He remained in practice well into his late 80s. His wife Bertha and daughter Mary Louise ran the Irvington Kindergarten out of their home for decades.
|Dr. Neier sweeps the snow from his porch at 5506 University Avenue. Below him, you can see the back of the "Irvington Private Kindergarten" sign. Behind him you can see houses on South Ritter and University Avenues.|
|Dr. Oliver C. Neier supports his wife Bertha. (c.1945) They are standing in front of their home at 5506 University Ave.|
The historic images and sign are courtesy of William and Jamidawn Jensen.