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Tri-State: 1904

Tri-State: 1904

Indianapolis, Indiana, circa 1904. "Illinois Street, north from Washington." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Photographic Company. View full size.

 

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You've outdone yourself, Dave

I'm still looking for the Tri-State reference.

[It might be in Indiana. Or Illinois. Or Washington. - Dave]

What's There Today

The Weber Grill is in Claypool Court, which is in about the same location as the Claypool Hotel in the left of the DPC picture. The skinny building on the right is now the site of The Conrad, which I watched go up from excavation to topping out out windows of the Lilly Arts Garden (above the intersection) or the Circle Center Mall food court.

Weber Grill

Just a point of correction: The Weber Grill is a restaurant. The present day area is a mixed hotel/shopping/dining complex known as Circle Centre Mall. The ever so ugly 'Arts Garden' is that spaceship-like thing that appears to have landed over the intersection.

Weber Site

Not a single recognizable thing in the present day Street View but I wonder if Weber Drug Store has any connection to Weber Grill, which seems to have offices in the same location:

Without a headache

Blots out all your troubles.

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