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Cadle Tabernacle

By W. H. Bass Photo Company

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View of the Cadle Tabernacle with cars parked along the curb. The building is of Spanish design. It has a tiled roof and a whitewashed exterior. There are dormer windows in the roof.The building was located on the west corner of Ohio and New Jersey Streets. The Ohio Street side was said to have been modeled after the Alamo. E. Howard Cadle built the tabernacle in honor of his mother

Topics: Churches; Tabernacles; Religious facilities; Automobiles
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Year: 1923
OAI identifier: oai:images.indianahistory.org:P0130/682
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