• Posted in: Then & Now Then & Now: Laundering Behind Old City Hall

    Local history buffs love to regale Circle City newbies with anecdotes of yesteryear about the city’s epicenter. A favorite story harkens to decades before¬†the Soldier’s and Sailor’s Monument dwarfed nearby buildings. The original governor’s mansion...

    Read More 6 Comments
  • Posted in: Indianapolis Collected Indianapolis Collected: The Butcher Who Saved City Hall

    Historic preservation experts from throughout the country gathered this week at the Indiana Landmarks Center for the 2013 National Preservation Conference.  A repurposed 19th century church, the Landmarks Center was beautifully restored in 2012 thanks...

    Read More 3 Comments
  • Posted in: Historic Miscellania Old City Hall

    Formerly the New City Hall After years of having offices in the basement of the beautiful old Marion County courthouse, the city offices had to relocate to make space for the expanding county business. Indianapolis...

    Read More 1 Comments