Two Historic Schools at Risk of Relocation

January 5, 2020 0

by Thomas P. Healy A recommendation from a task force hastily convened by the Indiana General Assembly could result in closing both the Indiana School for the Deaf (ISD) and the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually […more…]

Most Endangered in Midtown

October 27, 2017 0

by Connie Zeigler “Dare to be True — Do Right” are the words engraved in the frieze at the top of Simpson Hall, a beautiful old brick building now threatened with demolition, on the campus […more…]

Stutz House History

October 27, 2017 0

The Stutz Home was completed in early 1923 for automotive engineer and industrialist Harry C. Stutz. Now at 3190 N. Meridian Street, its address was originally 3172. The eclectic Craftsman style house, which incorporates both […more…]

Tuckaway: Imprinted by the Hands of Time

October 27, 2017 0

by L. Mark Finch Psychic residue. There’s no special word for it in Western culture, but many people believe that anything possessed by a person becomes imbued with that person’s spirit, including objects, places, and […more…]

Glossbrenner Mansion Repurposed

January 17, 2016 0

Broad Street Developers, an Indianapolis-based holding company, purchased the historic Meridian Street home from Indiana Landmarks in October for use as the home office of R&B Architects. The preservation group had received the house in […more…]

Hinkle Fieldhouse Restoration Award

January 10, 2016 0

Butler University was honored in 2015 by Indiana Landmarks which awarded the Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration to the Midtown Anchor for its renovation of Hinkle Fieldhouse, a National Historic Landmark. Butler completed the $36.5 […more…]