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93662 Madame Margaret LaFolier House Madame Margaret LaFolier House, also known as the Ludwig House, was a historic home located near Huntington in Huntington County, Indiana. It was built in the 1830s, and was a two-story, Greek Revival style frame dwelling.:2–3 It has been demolished.
93663 S.C. Snider and George McFeeley Polygonal Barn S.C. Snider and George McFeeley Polygonal Barn, also known as the Shearer Barn, was a historic round barn located near Huntington in Huntington County, Indiana. It was built in 1906, and was a 12-sided, two-story frame barn. It had a sectional, three pitched gambrel roof topped by a cupola.:5 It has been demolished. 40.8241670,-85.5347220
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93664 Bell Ford Bridge The Bell Ford Post Patented Diagonal "Combination Bridge", often simply called the Bell Ford Bridge or Bell Ford Covered Bridge, is a dilapidated covered bridge located in Jackson County, Indiana, northwest of Seymour, Indiana. The bridge originally passed over the East Fork of the White River on a former alignment of State Road 258, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 25, 2005. 38.9733330,-85.9294440
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93665 Ebner-Free House Ebner-Free House was a historic home located at Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana. It was built in 1887, and was a 2 1/2-story, frame dwelling with Eastlake Movement ornamentation. It has been demolished.
93666 Rose Hill Farmstead Rose Hill Farmstead, also known as the Rose—Wise—Patterson Farm, was a historic home and farm located near Vincennes in Palmyra Township, Knox County, Indiana. The original farmhouse as built in 1807 by Martin Rose. This house was replaced in 1827 by a two-story, Federal style brick I-house which was built by Rose's son, Matthias Rose. It had a rear ell added in 1829 and was remodeled about 1890. Also on the property were a contributing silo, summer kitchen, two barns, garage chicken coop, and tool or storage shed. It has been demolished. 38.7002780,-87.4197220
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93667 Lima Township School Lima Township School, also known as Lima School, was a historic school building located at Howe, Lima Township, LaGrange County, Indiana. It was built in 1874-1875, and was a 2 1/2-story, Gothic Revival style brick building on a raised basement. It had a hipped roof with gable dormers. Additions were made in 1911, 1927, and 1961.:2 It has been demolished.
93668 M/V Material Service The M/V Material Service was a steel hulled American self-unloading diesel powered workbarge that sank with the loss of fifteen lives on Lake Michigan off the coast of North Township, Lake County, Indiana. On the day of March 25, 2014 the wreck of the Material Service was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 41.7425000,-87.5063890
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93669 John Stewart Settlement House John Stewart Settlement House, also known as the Stewart House , was a historic settlement house located at Gary, Indiana. It was built in 1925, and was a 2 1/2-story, "U"-shaped, Tudor Revival style brick and stucco building.:2–3 It has been demolished.
93670 Wilbur Wynant House The Wilbur Wynant House (also known as 600 Fillmore or simply the Wynant House) was a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Gary, Indiana, United States. During the end of the house's lifespan it was in poor condition; in the mid 2000s it was purchased by a man who planned to restore it, but it was destroyed by fire on January 9, 2006. 41.6000000,-87.3513890
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93671 Michigan Central Railroad Engine Repair Shops Michigan Central Railroad Engine Repair Shops, also known as the Tom and Blank Building , was a historic railroad engine repair building located at Michigan City, LaPorte County, Indiana. It was built in 1851-1852 by the Michigan Central Railroad. It was constructed of Joliet limestone and measured 255 feet long and 62 feet wide.:2 It has been demolished.
93672 Elwood Passenger and Freight Depot Elwood Passenger and Freight Depot, also known as the Elwood Train Depot, was a historic train station located at Elwood, Madison County, Indiana. It was built in 1894 by the Norfolk and Western Railway. It was a 1 1/2-story, Richardsonian Romanesque style yellow-orange brick building with a steeply pitched hipped roof. It was officially retired from service in August 1975.:2–3 Passenger Depot torn down in June, 1983. The Freight Depot was burned in a control fire on January 5, 1990.
93673 Wendell L. Willkie School Wendell L. Willkie School, also known as the Central School, was a historic school building located at Elwood, Madison County, Indiana. It was built between 1893 and 1895, and was originally a two-story, Romanesque Revival style stone and brick building. A third floor was added at a later date. Republican presidential candidate Wendell L. Willkie attended the school from about 1898 to 1910; it was named for him in 1944.:2–3 Newer building burned June 22, 1988; older building razed same year. 40.2772220,-85.8391670
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93674 The Chadwick The Chadwick was a historic apartment building located at Indianapolis, Indiana. It was built in 1925, and was a three-story, five bay, "I"-shaped, Georgian Revival style buff brick building with limestone detailing. It featured Tuscan order engaged columns at the entrance.:Part 2, p. 44–46 It was destroyed by fire in January 2011. 39.7811000,-86.1553000
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93675 Indianapolis Chair Manufacturing Company Indianapolis Chair Manufacturing Company, also known as the Indianapolis Warehouse, was a historic factory complex located at Indianapolis, Indiana. It was between built 1891 and 1893, and consisted of three sections. It included two large six-story brick sections with segmental arched windows and an eight-story corner tower.:2–3 It has been demolished and replaced by an apartment complex. 39.7717000,-86.1644000
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93676 Jackson Buildings Jackson Buildings, also known as the Standard Grocery/Capital Furnace, were two historic commercial buildings located at Indianapolis, Indiana. One was a four-story brick building built about 1882-1883, and the other, a five-story building built about 1923. The older building exhibited Italianate and Beaux-Arts style design elements. The buildings housed a variety of commercial enterprises, including the Standard Grocery Company.:2–3 The two buildings were demolished and replaced by a bank building. 39.7672000,-86.1494000
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93677 P.C.C. & St. L. Railroad Freight Depot P. C. C. & St. L. Railroad Freight Depot, also known as the Central Union Warehouse, was a historic freight depot located at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. It was built in 1916 by the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad. It was a one-story, brick warehouse building measuring 790 feet long and 70 feet wide.:5 It has been demolished. 39.7600000,-86.1561000
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93678 Cotton–Ropkey House Cotton–Ropkey House, also known as the Ropkey House, is a historic home located at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. It was built about 1850, and is a two-story, three bay by four bay, transitional Italianate / Greek Revival style timber frame dwelling. It has a hipped roof and is sheathed in clapboard siding.:2 39.8963890,-86.2733330
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93679 Tee Pee Restaurant Tee Pee Restaurant was a historic building located at Indianapolis, Indiana. It was built in 1939, and consisted of a central stuccoed teepee shaped section with identical flanking wings. A cantilevered canopy extended around the building. Additions were made to the wings in 1952.:2 It has been demolished. 39.8258330,-86.1317500
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93680 Paw Paw Creek Bridge No. 52 Paw Paw Creek Bridge No. 52 was a historic Bow-String arch bridge located in Richland Township, Miami County, Indiana. It was built in 1874 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company and spanned Paw Paw Creek. It was a single-span wrought iron structure with an overall length of 111 feet and width of 21 feet.:2–3 40.8783330,-85.9663890
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93681 John F. and Malissa Koontz House John F. and Malissa Koontz House, also known as the Koontz House and Koontz-Engle House, is a historic home located at Indian Creek Township, Monroe County, Indiana. It was built in 1872, and is a two-story, Greek Revival style brick two-thirds I-house. It rests on a hammered limestone foundation and has a side-gable roof. Also on the property is the contributing brick walkway.:4–5 39.0679170,-86.6261110
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93682 University Courts Historic District The University Courts Historic District is a historic district and neighborhood in Bloomington, Indiana, United States. 39.1700000,-86.5252220
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93683 St. John's Lutheran Church (Ellettsville, Indiana) St. John's Lutheran Church, also known as Old Dutch Church, was a historic Lutheran church located near Ellettsville, Monroe County, Indiana. It was a one-story, log building sheathed in yellow poplar siding.:2–3 It has been demolished. 39.2681000,-86.6288000
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93684 Burton Lane Bridge Burton Lane Bridge, also known as Sheerer Bridge and Bruce Ford Bridge, was a historic Davenport Howe Truss located near Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. It was built in 1872 by the Massillon Iron Bridge Company. It was a single span bridge measuring 99 feet long and 16 feet wide.:5 It has been demolished.
93685 Hastings Schoolhouse Hastings Schoolhouse, also known as Washington Township District No. 12 , was a historic one-room school building located near Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. It was built in 1870, and was a one-story, gable front, rectangular brick building. It measured 22 feet by 33 feet.:5 It has been demolished.
93686 Hite-Finney House Hite-Finney House was a historic building at 183 North Jefferson Street in Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. It was built in 1855, and was a two-story, transitional Greek Revival / Italianate style brick I-house.:2–3 It has been demolished. 39.4283330,-86.4269440
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93687 The Way College of Biblical Research – Indiana Campus The Way College of Biblical Research Indiana was used by The Way International for its leadership training program and biblical research seminars located in Rome City, Indiana for 20 years. Purchased in 1976, the 197-acre (0.80 km2) site located on the north side of Rome City previously housed the historic Kneipp Springs health spa which was developed between 1897 and 1910 by Dr. W.G. Geiermann, and operated by the Catholic Order of the Sisters of the Most Precious Blood convent. The college was not accredited. 41.5047220,-85.3722220
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93688 New Albany and Salem Railroad Station (Gosport, Indiana) New Albany and Salem Railroad Station, also known as the Louisville and Nashville (Monon) Railroad Station, was a historic train station located at Gosport, Owen County, Indiana. It was built between 1854 and 1858 by the New Albany and Salem Railroad. It was a one-story, simple brick structure measuring 58 feet wide by 123 feet long.:2–3 It has been demolished. 39.3504000,-86.6597000
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93689 Tell City Oddfellows' Hall The Tell City Oddfellows' Hall was a building in Tell City, Perry County, Indiana, United States; also known as the "Hall of Tell City Lodge, No. 206, IOOF", it was constructed in 1894. It served historically as an Independent Order of Odd Fellows meeting hall, as a multiple dwelling, as a specialty store, and as a business.:5 37.9508330,-86.7700000
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93690 I.O.O.F. and Barker Buildings The I.O.O.F. and Barker Buildings were a pair of historic commercial buildings located in downtown Mount Vernon, Indiana, United States. Constructed at the end of the nineteenth century, the two were once prominent examples of Victorian architecture in the city.:6 37.9322220,-87.8955560
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93691 Pitcher House (Fullinwider House) Pitcher House , also known as Fullinwider House, was a historic home located at Mount Vernon, Posey County, Indiana. It was built in 1867, and was a two-story, Federal / Greek Revival style painted brick dwelling. It featured a full-width front porch.:2 It has been demolished. 37.9330550,-87.8972220
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