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Indiana State Capitol building - Indianapolis, Indiana

Indiana passed a law legalizing the practice of certified professional midwifery.

Christ Church on the Circle

Christ Church Cathedral / Indiana Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology / Indianapolis, US

Slippery Noodle Inn - During Prohibition, the Al Brady and John Dillinger gangs were patrons of the Slippery Noodle Inn, one of Indiana's oldest bars. Established in 1850, the Inn considered itself Indiana's oldest bar. The gangs used the building in the rear (originally a horse stable for the Inn) for target practice. Today, several bullets remain embedded in the lower east wall.

Slippery Noodle Inn - During Prohibition, the Al Brady and John Dillinger gangs were patrons of the Slippery Noodle Inn, one of Indiana's oldest bars.

State Capitol, Columbia, South Carolina,

State Motto: Dum Spiro Spero - While I Breathe, I Hope. One of the original 13 colonies, it was named Carolina after King Charles I.

Monument Circle  Indianapolis, IN

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In the center of downtown Indianapolis, Monument Circle includes the iconic 1902 Soldiers and Sailors Monument -- climb the steps or take the elevator to the top for a view

The Morris-Butler House is a Second Empire-style house built in 1864-65 in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is part of Old Northside Historic District of Indianapolis. It is preserved as a museum home by Indiana Landmarks. The house contains many original features and pieces of furniture in Victorian & Post-Victorian styles. John Morris, the son of an Indianapolis settler, had the house built by architect D.A. Bohlen in 1864.

Morris-Butler House

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The Indianapolis Propylaeum, a literary & social club for women was founded in 1888. The Romanesque Revival building located at 14th & Delaware Streets in Indianapolis was constructed in 1890 by John William Schmidt, president of the Indianapolis Brewing Company.

The Indianapolis Propylaeum, a literary & social club for women was founded in The Romanesque Revival building located at & Delaware Streets in Indianapolis was constructed in 1890 by John William Schmidt, president of the Indianapolis Brewing Company.

The Pyramids are three pyramid-shaped office buildings that are part of a 200-acre commercial development in College Park, Indianapolis, Indiana. The structures occupy 45 acres of land situated next to a 25-acre lake. They were constructed between 1967 and 1972 by the College Life Insurance Company using a design by famed architect Kevin Roche.

The Pyramids - Indianapolis, Indiana. Three office buildings developed on 45 acres of land next to a 25 acre lake in the College Park area of the city.

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