In my work I love finding historic photographs of off-the-beaten-path Indianapolis locations. While the Bass Photo Company collection at the Indiana Historical Society wonderfully documents the city, particularly new construction near downtown and in wealthier north-side neighborhoods, Bass photographers seldom worked in older neighborhoods. Their “greatest hits” photographs are used over and over again so it is fun to discover new old sections of town in other collections. Documentary photographs from insurance and utility companies show neighborhoods not usually photographed by commercial studios. These images of 231 N. College Avenue reveal the progression of the building that houses the Milano Inn, a beloved south-side Italian eatery.