Postcard showing the limestone exterior of the Marion Club between 1906 and 1914 when a three-story addition was added. The building served as a meeting place for an all-male membership of Republicans in Indianapolis and housed perks such as a gymnasium, swimming pool, and bowling alley. The building was razed in 1929 for the expansion of the Indiana Bell telephone building (later AT&T) that continues to stand in 2019.
243 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, United States
Evan Finch Collection
Marion County (Ind.)
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