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Christ Church Cathedral, 2008
Churches; Christ church Cathedral (Indianapolis, Ind.); Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.)
During the late 1800s there were several attempts to move the church from the Circle. However, the vestry always voted to stay at its present location, making it the only remaining church of the five that...
Union Church in Broad Ripple
Churches; Methodist Church; Presbyterian Church; Baptist Church; Broad Ripple (Indianapolis, Ind.); Indianapolis (Ind.)
Religion was present in Broad Ripple early. A Methodist camp meeting was held in the area in 1836. In 1851, with no one faith able to sustain a place of worship on its own, subscriptions were made and...
Cornerstone Dedication for Holy Rosary Church, Indianapolis
Italians--Indiana ; Catholic Church; Rites & ceremonies; Religious institutions; Holy Rosary Church (Indianapolis, Ind.); Catholic church
Father Priori started the first Italian Catholic Church in a large house on Stevens Street in 1909. The cornerstone for the current church was dedicated on May 7, 1911, but construction was not started...
Cookbook Compiled by the Ladies of the Presbyterian Church, Fowler, Indiana
Benton County (Ind.); Cookery; Cookery, American; Presbyterian Church; Women
The Presybterian Church in Fowler was organized at the home of Rev. Gideon C. Clark, September 5, 1873, by Rev. James T. Patterson of the Oxford Presbyterian Church and Elder Potter of Lafayette. Their...
Methodist Episcopal Church, Eaton, Indiana
Delaware County (Ind.); Churches; Methodist Church
Eaton, Indiana was laid out in 1854, with a post office established in 1856. The Methodist Episcopal Church started in the town in 1873. The Methodist Church is one of the many examples of religious denominations...
1888 Illustration of Monument Circle with Christ Church Cathedral and the English Hotel
Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Christ Church Cathedral (Indianapolis, Ind.); Illustration; Drawing; Indiana State Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument (Indianapolis, Ind.)
This 1888 cabinet card is an illustration of the Monument with Christ Church and the English Hotel in the background. During the late 1800s there were several attempts to move the church from the Circle;...
Mourners Weep Fallen Hero, Dr. M. L. King
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968--Death and burial; Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.); Morehouse College (Atlanta, Ga.); Civil rights workers--United States; African Americans--Civil rights; Funeral rites and ceremonies--Georgia--Atlanta; Hitchhiking
Article from the Indianapolis Recorder providing details of the funeral service for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 9, 1968 in Atlanta, Georgia. A crowd of 150,000 people gathered at Ebenezer Baptist...
Austin Methodist Church and Oldest House in Austin, Indiana
Scott County (Ind.); Cities and towns; Churches; Methodist Church; Houses
The oldest church and oldest house in Austin are located next to each other on State Road 256. The Austin Methodist Church was built in 1859. Adam Reynolds, a blacksmith from New Frankfort, built this...
Harmony Methodist Church, McKinley Chapel, Harmony, Indiana
Clay County (Ind.); Methodist Church; Churches
The McKinley Chapel was built for the M.E. Church of Harmony. Named for George McKinley, a major contributor to the building fund who died in 1881 while the building was still under construction; his funeral...
View of Christ Church Cathedral Along Ohio Street Before Bank One Building was Constructed on the Grassy Area
Christ Church Cathedral (Indianapolis, Ind.); Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.)
The building opposite the church on the Circle is under construction.
Exterior Photo of North Christian Church, Columbus, Indiana
Miller, J. Irwin (Joseph Irwin), 1909-2004; Churches; Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)--Indiana; Architecture; Saarinen, Eero, 1910-1961
Miller understood that making Columbus an attractive place to live would only attract better talent and retain more workers at Cummins. He spearheaded efforts with the Cummins Engine Foundation to have...
Christ Church Cathedral, 2008
Christ Church Cathedral (Indianapolis, Ind.); Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); Columbia Club (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Photographs
This is a picture of the church taken in 2008.
Samuel Merrill's Pew Receipt, November 30, 1834
Christ Church Cathedral (Indianapolis, Ind.); Business & finance; Business records--Indiana; Churches; Fund raising; Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Church pews were sold to help finance the new building. Prices ranged from ten to sixty dollars. This receipt is for one hundred dollars and is for pew no. 10. 
English's Opera House and Plymouth Church
English Hotel and Opera House (Indianapolis, Ind.); Hotels; Theaters--Indiana--Indianapolis; Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.)--Photographs
English had built the Opera House from the North Meridian Street corner south to the middle of the northwest quadrant of Monument Circle. In 1884 the congregation of Plymouth Church sold its building and...
Universalist Church, Oaklandon, Indiana
Marion County (Ind.); Churches; Cities and towns; Universalist Church in the U.S.
In 1849 the town of Oakland was platted and named for the surrounding oak forest. The name was changed to Oaklandon in 1870 when a post office was established. The Universalist Church, built in 1850, was...
Mundell Christian Church near Heltonville, Indiana
Lawrence County (Ind.); Churches; Christian Church (Disciples of Christ); Rural churches
A rural Lawrence County congregation surviving the years, Mundell Christian Church was founded in 1865, with Isaiah and Sarah Mundell as charter members. Located off State Road 446 and down a winding county...
Willis Revels, African Methodist Episcopal Pastor
African American physcians --Indiana --Indianapolis --Portraits; Clergy --Indiana --Indianapolis --Portraits
The African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church promoted education during the antebellum period in Indiana. It maintained Sabbath schools and day schools. Elisha Weaver and Willis Revels, both Indiana pastors...
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Delphi, Indiana
Carts & wagons; Carroll County (Ind.); Churches; Religious institutions
The foundation for the church was laid by Father Vahey in 1860. Later that year Father Hamilton built the church. The building was dedicated in 1861. Today it is still located on N. Washington St., and...
Women Assembled to Hear Mrs. Barr, Evangelist, of the Lyon Party, at Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, 1914
Elkhart County (Ind.); Churches; Religion; Religious services; Women; Crowds
Traveling evangelist Milford H. Lyon maintained a Lyon Tabernacle in Elkhart. An evangelist of Lyon's group, Mrs. Barr, would be speaking to this group at Elkhart's Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church.
Meeting Room at Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral (Indianapolis, Ind.)
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