Title MAP: Indianapolis, Indiana: 1901
Book Condition Black and white map, 18" x 24", including margins., Reproduction map of original
Publisher Reproduction map of original
Seller ID B35
Our map of Indiana’s capital shows the city in great detail at the start of the last century. In addition to the streets, numerous institutions and public buildings are located, such as the US Arsenal, the Reformatory, the Central Hospital for the Insane, the Deaf and Dumb Asylum and the Poor Farm. Also located are the city’s Union Stock Yards, the “Belt Rail Road” and other important railway lines, the Crown Hill cemetery, parks, the White River and a number of creeks. Those whose research takes them to the capital of the Hoosier state will appreciate having this useful map for reference.