1927 view looking west on 52nd Street from College Avenue. Zoom in here for more details.
Identical photograph taken in 1936. Zoom in here to see more details.
Today this corner is a thriving commercial area in the SoBro (short for South Broad Ripple) neighborhood. Although many businesses have come and gone through the decades, the intersection is best known as the long-time site of the Red Key Tavern, known for former owner Russ Settle’s strict rules of decorum and its role in Dan Wakefield’s 1970 novel “Going All the Way.”