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First Campus Building, Now on National Register of Historic Places, University of Indianapolis

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Indiana’s United Brethren Church was eager to establish a centrally located university in the Hoosier state, and on October 6, 1902, Indiana Central University was founded. In a deal with a local developer, the church board acquired eight acres in University Heights, four miles south of the city. A stately building with Greek columns soon began to rise at the intersection of Otterbein and Hanna, both dirt roads.Use of this image is restricted to projects related to Destination Indiana. IHS may not reproduce.Destination Indiana - University of Indianapolis Journe

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