Photo: Violett-Martin House, ca. 1855, 2612 South Main Street, Goshen, IN. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007. Photographed by User:Nyttend (own work), 2013, [cc0-by-1.0 (creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/deed.en], via Wikimedia Commons, accessed October, 2014.
Goshen City Hall is located at 202 South 5th Street, Goshen, IN 46528.
Goshen as described in 1941 
Goshen, a prosperous agricultural town, bears the unmistakable stamp of its large Mennonite population. Its industries include cabinet and veneer factories, and a plant manufacturing waterproof bags.
The Elkhart County Courthouse, a red brick structure built in 1868, occupies a shady spot in the center of the city. A large statue of Neptune on his sea horse forms a fountain in a pool in the courthouse yard.
Goshen College occupies a 20-acre campus and has seven brick buildings. The average annual enrollment is 350; courses are offered in theology, liberal arts and teacher training. This coeducational institution, the only 4-year college of the Mennonite Church in the Nation, evolved from the Elkhart Academy, founded in 1894. The academy was reorganized as a junior college in 1903.
The story of Goshen College is meshed with the history of the Mennonites and Amish in Indiana. Members of these denominations form a large part of the population of Elkhart County. The Amish, attracted by the fertile soil, arrived in 1841, and the Mennonites 2 years later, only 11 years after the first followers of the doctrines of Menno Simons reached the United States.