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Malott Building, 118 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Malott Building, 118 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion Count...

Significance: Built in 1896, the Malott Building was constructed to house wholesale businesses in Indianapolis' Wholesale District. Established during the Civil War, the Wholesale District served the city and ... More

Benjamin Harrison House, 1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Benjamin Harrison House, 1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Mar...

Significance: The house is the large, Italianate Victorian home of a successful Indianapolis lawyer and politician who became the twenty-third President of the United States. Survey number: HABS IN-53 Buildin... More

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion C...

Significance: Built over a three year period, 1911-1914, this house was constructed of reinforced concrete with an exterior veneer of red brick. The house remains much as it was in 1914 when Indianapolis busin... More

Indiana State Central Hospital for the Insane, 3000 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana State Central Hospital for the Insane, 3000 West Washington St...

Significance: This building was Indiana's first medical center, and houses the state's oldest medical classrooms and amphitheater. It is representative of the best of the educational structures built and opera... More

Crown Hill Cemetery, Office Building, 3402 Boulevard Place, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Crown Hill Cemetery, Office Building, 3402 Boulevard Place, Indianapol...

Significance: The Office Building is an excellent example of the High Victorian Gothic style of architecture and is in fine condition inside and out. Survey number: HABS IN-56 Building/structure dates: 1885 I... More

L. S. Ayres & Company Department Store, 1 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

L. S. Ayres & Company Department Store, 1 West Washington Street, Indi...

Significance: The L.S. Ayres & Company Department Store is locally significant in the areas of architecture and commerce. The original 1905 portion of the department store, located at the corner of Washington ... More

Das Deutsche Haus, 401 East Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Das Deutsche Haus, 401 East Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The building is an example of German cultural and architectural influences in the midwest during the latter part of the nineteenth century. Romanesque architectural forms are used on the exterior... More

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion C...

Significance: Built over a three year period, 1911-1914, this house was constructed of reinforced concrete with an exterior veneer of red brick. The house remains much as it was in 1914 when Indianapolis busin... More

Morris-Butler House, 1204 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Morris-Butler House, 1204 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The house is one of a few surviving examples in Indianapolis of a mid-nineteenth century Victorian house, French and Italianate in its architectural details, built for a successful businessman of ... More

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion C...

Significance: Built over a three year period, 1911-1914, this house was constructed of reinforced concrete with an exterior veneer of red brick. The house remains much as it was in 1914 when Indianapolis busin... More

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

George & Netty Holler House, 324 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

George & Netty Holler House, 324 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Mari...

Significance: The house is a typical example of a working-class house of the period in the east side of Indianapolis. Built circa 1863-64, the George and Netty Holler House was a working class residence typical... More

Rink's Cloak House Building (Commercial), 29 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Rink's Cloak House Building (Commercial), 29 North Illinois Street, In...

Significance: The Rink's Cloak House Building was constructed in 1910 for Joseph A. Rink, who founded the store twelve years earlier. The store operated in this six-story building until 1940, when it was remod... More

Rink's Cloak House Building (Commercial), 29 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Rink's Cloak House Building (Commercial), 29 North Illinois Street, In...

Significance: The Rink's Cloak House Building was constructed in 1910 for Joseph A. Rink, who founded the store twelve years earlier. The store operated in this six-story building until 1940, when it was remod... More

Crown Hill Cemetery, Chapel & Vault, Thirty-fourth Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Crown Hill Cemetery, Chapel & Vault, Thirty-fourth Street, Indianapoli...

Significance: The Crown Hill Cemetery Chapel was designed by Indianapolis architect and builder, D.A. Boheln. The romantic landscape design of the cemetery provides an appropriate setting for this high Victori... More

Crown Hill Cemetery, Chapel & Vault, Thirty-fourth Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Crown Hill Cemetery, Chapel & Vault, Thirty-fourth Street, Indianapoli...

Significance: The Crown Hill Cemetery Chapel was designed by Indianapolis architect and builder, D.A. Boheln. The romantic landscape design of the cemetery provides an appropriate setting for this high Victori... More

House of the Twin Chimneys, 7607 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

House of the Twin Chimneys, 7607 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, Mari...

Significance: Built in 1836, this one-story brick house is the oldest known house surviving in Marion County, Indiana. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-23 Survey number: HABS IN-3... More

House of the Twin Chimneys, 7607 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

House of the Twin Chimneys, 7607 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, Mari...

Significance: Built in 1836, this one-story brick house is the oldest known house surviving in Marion County, Indiana. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-23 Survey number: HABS IN-3... More

State Soldiers' & Sailors' Monument, Monument Plaza, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

State Soldiers' & Sailors' Monument, Monument Plaza, Indianapolis, Mar...

Significance: The monument commemorates the Mexican, Civil, and Spanish-American Wars with the ebullient national spirit of the late nineteenth century. Its architectural style is Classical, populated by sculp... More

Indiana National Bank Building, 3 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana National Bank Building, 3 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Mario...

Survey number: HABS IN-62 Building/structure dates: 1897 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1912 Subsequent Work

Indiana National Bank Building, 3 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana National Bank Building, 3 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Mario...

Survey number: HABS IN-62 Building/structure dates: 1897 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1912 Subsequent Work

Indiana National Bank Building, 3 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana National Bank Building, 3 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Mario...

Survey number: HABS IN-62 Building/structure dates: 1897 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1912 Subsequent Work

Indiana National Bank Building, 3 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana National Bank Building, 3 Virginia Avenue, Indianapolis, Mario...

Survey number: HABS IN-62 Building/structure dates: 1897 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1912 Subsequent Work

Griffith Block (Commercial Building), 36-38 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Griffith Block (Commercial Building), 36-38 West Washington Street, In...

Significance: Built in 1872 by the heirs of Humphrey Griffith, a leading pioneer businessman, the Griffith Block has housed a variety of retail establishments during its long history. In the late 1800s and ear... More

Das Deutsche Haus, 401 East Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Das Deutsche Haus, 401 East Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The building is an example of German cultural and architectural influences in the midwest during the latter part of the nineteenth century. Romanesque architectural forms are used on the exterior... More

Christ Church (Episcopal), North Meridian & East Wabash Streets, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Christ Church (Episcopal), North Meridian & East Wabash Streets, India...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-3 Survey number: HABS IN-24-3 Building/structure dates: 1857 Initial Construction

Christ Church (Episcopal), North Meridian & East Wabash Streets, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Christ Church (Episcopal), North Meridian & East Wabash Streets, India...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-3 Survey number: HABS IN-24-3 Building/structure dates: 1857 Initial Construction

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion ...

Significance: The house is a good example of a city home of a small businessman of modest means in the period just before the Civil War. The Joseph Staub House is a city home built for a small businessman of mo... More

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion ...

Significance: The house is a good example of a city home of a small businessman of modest means in the period just before the Civil War. The Joseph Staub House is a city home built for a small businessman of mo... More

Rost Jewelry Company Building, 25 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Rost Jewelry Company Building, 25 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis,...

Significance: The Rost Jewelry Company had conducted business at this location since 1910 in an 1887 commercial building. In 1947-48 the jewelry company extensively remodeled and enlarged the building into one... More

Morris-Butler House, 1204 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Morris-Butler House, 1204 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The house is one of a few surviving examples in Indianapolis of a mid-nineteenth century Victorian house, French and Italianate in its architectural details, built for a successful businessman of ... More

Morris-Butler House, 1204 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Morris-Butler House, 1204 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The house is one of a few surviving examples in Indianapolis of a mid-nineteenth century Victorian house, French and Italianate in its architectural details, built for a successful businessman of ... More

Braden's Block, 127-131 South Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Braden's Block, 127-131 South Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion Co...

Significance: Braden's Block is one of many small-scale, multi-use commercial structures built in downtown Indianapolis during the post-Civil War construction boom. Although the storefront level has been alter... More

Union Station, Jackson Place & Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Union Station, Jackson Place & Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion C...

Significance: The station is an excellent example of the American Romanesque Revival style of architecture strongly influenced by the work of H.H. Richardson. The exterior is unusual in the skillful combining ... More

Schnull & Company Building (Commercial), 110-116 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Schnull & Company Building (Commercial), 110-116 South Meridian Street...

Significance: The Schnull & Co. Building was constructed for Henry Schnull as the home of his wholesale grocery firm. Schnull (1833-1905) was the founder of the Indianapolis Wholesale District. He erected the... More

William B. Mumford Printing Company Factory, 17-23 West Pearl Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

William B. Mumford Printing Company Factory, 17-23 West Pearl Street, ...

Significance: One of the premier printers, stationers, and publishers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Willian B. Burford, built this building in which to operate his printing and stationery ... More

Indianapolis Public Library, 2822 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN
Malott Building, 118 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Malott Building, 118 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion Count...

Significance: Built in 1896, the Malott Building was constructed to house wholesale businesses in Indianapolis' Wholesale District. Established during the Civil War, the Wholesale District served the city and ... More

Malott Building, 118 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Malott Building, 118 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion Count...

Significance: Built in 1896, the Malott Building was constructed to house wholesale businesses in Indianapolis' Wholesale District. Established during the Civil War, the Wholesale District served the city and ... More

Maennerchor Building, 102 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Maennerchor Building, 102 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Marion C...

Significance: This building, with its unusual eclectic combination of German and American stylistic detailing, served as a musical and social club for the large German-American community of Indianapolis. Unpro... More

Maennerchor Building, 102 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Maennerchor Building, 102 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Marion C...

Significance: This building, with its unusual eclectic combination of German and American stylistic detailing, served as a musical and social club for the large German-American community of Indianapolis. Unpro... More

Duesenberg Automobile Company Factory, West Washington & Harding Streets, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN
122 South Meridian Street (Commercial), Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

122 South Meridian Street (Commercial), Indianapolis, Marion County, I...

Significance: Built in 1866-67, 122 South Meridian Street is one of the original commercial structures erected to house wholesale businesses in Indianapolis' Wholesale District. Established during the Civil Wa... More

122 South Meridian Street (Commercial), Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

122 South Meridian Street (Commercial), Indianapolis, Marion County, I...

Significance: Built in 1866-67, 122 South Meridian Street is one of the original commercial structures erected to house wholesale businesses in Indianapolis' Wholesale District. Established during the Civil Wa... More

House of Crane Building, 124 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

House of Crane Building, 124 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Mari...

Significance: Built in 1866-67, the House of Crane Building was one of the original commercial structures erected to house wholesale businesses in Indianapolis' Wholesale District. Established during the Civil... More

Indianapolis City Market, 222 East Market Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indianapolis City Market, 222 East Market Street, Indianapolis, Marion...

Significance: The City Market is an excellent example of a specialized commercial building in an eclectic Italianate style. Designed by Indianapolis architect D.A. Bohlen in 1886, this was the second of two bu... More

Levey Brothers & Company Building, 13-19 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Levey Brothers & Company Building, 13-19 West Maryland Street, Indiana...

Significance: Built in 1889-1890, the Levey Brothers & Company Building was one of several historic buildings in the Indianapolis Wholesale District that represented the printing industry located in that area. ... More

Vinton-Pierce House, 1415 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Vinton-Pierce House, 1415 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion ...

Survey number: HABS IN-24 Building/structure dates: 1860 Initial Construction

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

Washington Street Downtown Corridor, Washington Street between Alabama Street & Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Washington Street Downtown Corridor, Washington Street between Alabama...

Significance: Washington Street is the National Road, or U.S. 40, as it passes through Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. This major commercial artery is home to many important nineteenth and twentieth cent... More

Washington Street Downtown Corridor, Washington Street between Alabama Street & Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Washington Street Downtown Corridor, Washington Street between Alabama...

Significance: Washington Street is the National Road, or U.S. 40, as it passes through Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. This major commercial artery is home to many important nineteenth and twentieth cent... More

Washington Street Downtown Corridor, Washington Street between Alabama Street & Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Washington Street Downtown Corridor, Washington Street between Alabama...

Significance: Washington Street is the National Road, or U.S. 40, as it passes through Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. This major commercial artery is home to many important nineteenth and twentieth cent... More

Washington Street Downtown Corridor, Washington Street between Alabama Street & Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Washington Street Downtown Corridor, Washington Street between Alabama...

Significance: Washington Street is the National Road, or U.S. 40, as it passes through Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. This major commercial artery is home to many important nineteenth and twentieth cent... More

L. S. Ayres & Company Department Store, 1 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

L. S. Ayres & Company Department Store, 1 West Washington Street, Indi...

Significance: The L.S. Ayres & Company Department Store is locally significant in the areas of architecture and commerce. The original 1905 portion of the department store, located at the corner of Washington ... More

Benjamin Harrison House, 1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Benjamin Harrison House, 1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Mar...

Significance: The house is the large, Italianate Victorian home of a successful Indianapolis lawyer and politician who became the twenty-third President of the United States. Survey number: HABS IN-53 Buildin... More

Benjamin Harrison House, 1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Benjamin Harrison House, 1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Mar...

Significance: The house is the large, Italianate Victorian home of a successful Indianapolis lawyer and politician who became the twenty-third President of the United States. Survey number: HABS IN-53 Buildin... More

George & Netty Holler House, 324 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

George & Netty Holler House, 324 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Mari...

Significance: The house is a typical example of a working-class house of the period in the east side of Indianapolis. Built circa 1863-64, the George and Netty Holler House was a working class residence typical... More

George & Netty Holler House, 324 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

George & Netty Holler House, 324 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Mari...

Significance: The house is a typical example of a working-class house of the period in the east side of Indianapolis. Built circa 1863-64, the George and Netty Holler House was a working class residence typical... More

Rink's Cloak House Building (Commercial), 29 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Rink's Cloak House Building (Commercial), 29 North Illinois Street, In...

Significance: The Rink's Cloak House Building was constructed in 1910 for Joseph A. Rink, who founded the store twelve years earlier. The store operated in this six-story building until 1940, when it was remod... More

Crown Hill Cemetery, Chapel & Vault, Thirty-fourth Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Crown Hill Cemetery, Chapel & Vault, Thirty-fourth Street, Indianapoli...

Significance: The Crown Hill Cemetery Chapel was designed by Indianapolis architect and builder, D.A. Boheln. The romantic landscape design of the cemetery provides an appropriate setting for this high Victori... More

Prosser House, 1454 East Tenth Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Prosser House, 1454 East Tenth Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Significance: Built in 1886 by a plaster contractor, this is a medium-sized house with extensive elaborate plaster decoration. Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-22 Survey number: ... More

State Soldiers' & Sailors' Monument, Monument Plaza, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

State Soldiers' & Sailors' Monument, Monument Plaza, Indianapolis, Mar...

Significance: The monument commemorates the Mexican, Civil, and Spanish-American Wars with the ebullient national spirit of the late nineteenth century. Its architectural style is Classical, populated by sculp... More

State Soldiers' & Sailors' Monument, Monument Plaza, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

State Soldiers' & Sailors' Monument, Monument Plaza, Indianapolis, Mar...

Significance: The monument commemorates the Mexican, Civil, and Spanish-American Wars with the ebullient national spirit of the late nineteenth century. Its architectural style is Classical, populated by sculp... More

Joseph White House, 441 South Park, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN
Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Joseph W. Staub House, 342 North College Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion ...

Significance: The house is a good example of a city home of a small businessman of modest means in the period just before the Civil War. The Joseph Staub House is a city home built for a small businessman of mo... More

Journal Building, 46-48 Monument Circle, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Journal Building, 46-48 Monument Circle, Indianapolis, Marion County, ...

Significance: The Journal Building was built in 1897 and is the second oldest building on Monument Circle, the focal point of the city plan created in 1821. It is the only surviving nineteenth-century commerci... More

Webber House, 621 Lockerbie Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Webber House, 621 Lockerbie Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Significance: The Webber House is a typical example of Indianapolis domestic architecture of the late nineteenth century. Located in the Lockerbie Square historic district, this simple two-story frame structur... More

Webber House, 621 Lockerbie Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Webber House, 621 Lockerbie Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Significance: The Webber House is a typical example of Indianapolis domestic architecture of the late nineteenth century. Located in the Lockerbie Square historic district, this simple two-story frame structur... More

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion C...

Significance: Built over a three year period, 1911-1914, this house was constructed of reinforced concrete with an exterior veneer of red brick. The house remains much as it was in 1914 when Indianapolis busin... More

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

James A. Allison Mansion, 3200 Coldspring Road, Indianapolis, Marion C...

Significance: Built over a three year period, 1911-1914, this house was constructed of reinforced concrete with an exterior veneer of red brick. The house remains much as it was in 1914 when Indianapolis busin... More

Indianapolis News Mechanical Building, 30 West Court Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indianapolis News Mechanical Building, 30 West Court Street, Indianapo...

Significance: The Indianapolis News Mechanical Building was constructed in 1896 and enlarged with the addition of the two top floors sometime between 1909 and 1913. The Indianapolis architectural firm of R.P. ... More

Indianapolis News Mechanical Building, 30 West Court Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indianapolis News Mechanical Building, 30 West Court Street, Indianapo...

Significance: The Indianapolis News Mechanical Building was constructed in 1896 and enlarged with the addition of the two top floors sometime between 1909 and 1913. The Indianapolis architectural firm of R.P. ... More

Morris-Butler House, 1204 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Morris-Butler House, 1204 North Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The house is one of a few surviving examples in Indianapolis of a mid-nineteenth century Victorian house, French and Italianate in its architectural details, built for a successful businessman of ... More

Levey Brothers & Company Building, Annex, 21-23 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Levey Brothers & Company Building, Annex, 21-23 West Maryland Street, ...

Significance: Built in 1900-01, the Levey Brothers & Company Annex was one of several historic buildings in the Indianapolis Wholesale District that represented the printing industry located in that area. Esta... More

Union Station, Jackson Place & Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Union Station, Jackson Place & Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion C...

Significance: The station is an excellent example of the American Romanesque Revival style of architecture strongly influenced by the work of H.H. Richardson. The exterior is unusual in the skillful combining ... More

Schnull & Company Building (Commercial), 110-116 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Schnull & Company Building (Commercial), 110-116 South Meridian Street...

Significance: The Schnull & Co. Building was constructed for Henry Schnull as the home of his wholesale grocery firm. Schnull (1833-1905) was the founder of the Indianapolis Wholesale District. He erected the... More

Schnull & Company Building (Commercial), 110-116 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Schnull & Company Building (Commercial), 110-116 South Meridian Street...

Significance: The Schnull & Co. Building was constructed for Henry Schnull as the home of his wholesale grocery firm. Schnull (1833-1905) was the founder of the Indianapolis Wholesale District. He erected the... More

Elliott's Block, 14-22 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Elliott's Block, 14-22 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: This High Victorian Italianate commercial structure is an excellent example of a late 19th century commercial building. The brick facade is accentuated by stone sheet metal, and cast iron archite... More

William B. Mumford Printing Company Factory, 17-23 West Pearl Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

William B. Mumford Printing Company Factory, 17-23 West Pearl Street, ...

Significance: One of the premier printers, stationers, and publishers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Willian B. Burford, built this building in which to operate his printing and stationery ... More

Indianapolis Public Library, 2822 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN
Indianapolis Public Library, 2822 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN
Reinhardt Building, 133 South Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Reinhardt Building, 133 South Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion Co...

Significance: The Reinhardt Building is the oldest surviving building along Illinois Street in the Mile Square section of downtown Indianapolis. The scale and materials of this structure, along with the remain... More

122 South Meridian Street (Commercial), Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

122 South Meridian Street (Commercial), Indianapolis, Marion County, I...

Significance: Built in 1866-67, 122 South Meridian Street is one of the original commercial structures erected to house wholesale businesses in Indianapolis' Wholesale District. Established during the Civil Wa... More

J. F. Darmody Company Building (Commercial), 25-27 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

J. F. Darmody Company Building (Commercial), 25-27 West Maryland Stree...

Significance: Built in two phases 1904-05 and 1911, following the designs of architect P.C. Rubush and later Rubush & Hunter, the J.F. Darmody Company Building functioned as a confectionery and wholesale outlet... More

Roosevelt Building, 9 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Roosevelt Building, 9 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Roosevelt Building is the work of one of Indianapolis' most famous, prolific and creative architectural firms, Vonnegut, Bohn & Mueller. Founded in 1888 as Vonnegut & Bohn and later included ... More

Roosevelt Building, 9 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Roosevelt Building, 9 North Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Roosevelt Building is the work of one of Indianapolis' most famous, prolific and creative architectural firms, Vonnegut, Bohn & Mueller. Founded in 1888 as Vonnegut & Bohn and later included ... More

Poppie-Hickman House, 816-818 North California Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN
Poppie-Hickman House, 816-818 North California Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN
Indianapolis City Market, 222 East Market Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indianapolis City Market, 222 East Market Street, Indianapolis, Marion...

Significance: The City Market is an excellent example of a specialized commercial building in an eclectic Italianate style. Designed by Indianapolis architect D.A. Bohlen in 1886, this was the second of two bu... More

Macy House, 408 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Macy House, 408 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-2 Survey number: HABS IN-24-2 Building/structure dates: ca. 1854 Initial Construction

Macy House, 408 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Macy House, 408 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-2 Survey number: HABS IN-24-2 Building/structure dates: ca. 1854 Initial Construction

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

Indiana Theatre, 134 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, Marion Coun...

Significance: The Indiana Theatre is an outstanding example of the Spanish-style architecture in vogue in America during the 1920s. It is particularly noteworthy for its terra-cotta facade and its auditorium d... More

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