• Posted in: Mailbag HI Mailbag: Haverway Farm

    Reader’s Question: What can you tell me about Mary Stewart Carey’s Haverway Farm?¬† Do you know how big the farm was originally?¬† ~ Thanks, Steve P., Indianapolis¬† HI’s Answer: For readers who may not be...

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  • Posted in: Friday Favorites Friday Favorite: Culture Club

    Front of The Propylaeum (also known as the John W. Schmidt House), located at 1410 N. Delaware Street in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Built in 1890, it is listed on the National Register of Historic...

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  • Posted in: Flashback Fridays Flashback Fridays: Joanie Nichols

    Indianapolis history is not just made up of buildings, historic homes, and age-old events. After all, it IS people who make history happen, so what better way to know Indianapolis history than to hear from...

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  • Posted in: Historic Miscellania Deep rooted history in Mapleton-Fall Creek

    Usually, I gravitate towards the neighborhoods nearest to the Mile Square–the older, the better for this gal; and I assumed all of the longest inhabited areas in the city are only centered around that original...

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