We’ve featured the Bates Building before, so it probably looks familiar to regular readers. The building at 30-40 North Pennsylvania Street was a haughty example of Victorian architecture when built in 1875, with mansard roof, dormers, flagpoles, and ornate trim everywhere. The long-time home of the When Clothing company and the Indiana Business College (later University), the building was sold and remodeled in the 1940s. It lost much of its Victorian style at that time and subsequently became known as the Ober Building. It was demolished in 1995 for a parking garage.