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Fruit Venders, Indianapolis Market, aug., 1908. Wit., E. N. Clopper. Location: Indianapolis, Indiana.

Indianapolis Fruit Market Boys selling fruit and vegetables, August L. Child labor, history, b/w

Orig. Eli Lilly

Eli Lilly launched his drug company in a modest, two-story building at Meridian and Pearl streets, Indianapolis, IN, in

Max Shapiro @ Shapiro's Deli

Max Shapiro at the take-out counter at Shapiro's Delicatessen in Indianapolis in the late Shapiro's began as a grocery-deli in 1905 at McCarty and Meridian Sts.

St. Elmo's Steakhouse - in the same downtown Indianapolis location since 1902.

Elmo's Steakhouse - in the same downtown Indianapolis location since Best shrimp cocktail!

The Department Store Museum: L. S. Ayres & Co., Indianapolis, Indiana

The eighth-floor Tea Room was especially noted for fine food, and even after the store's demise, the room was re-created at the Indiana State Museum and remains a popular attraction. Ayres Co. One West Washington Street, Indianapolis

Lewis Hine: Indianapolis newsboy, 41 inches high, 1908 by trialsanderrors, via Flickr

Long before the 'Child workforce Act' was enacted."A Little Shaver, Indianapolis Newsboy, 41 inches high. Said he was 6 years old., by Lewis Wickes Hine

H.H. Holmes' final residence was on the site of this Irvington home at 5811 Julian Avenue, Indpls, IN - America's first known serial killer.  He was convicted of 4 counts of murder in the first degree & 6 counts of attempted murder but was estimated to have killed 200 during 1888 - 1894.

Holmes' final residence was on the site of this Irvington home.

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