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Aerial View of Indiana Avenue

By W. H. Bass Photo Company


Indiana Avenue was a busy corridor of homes, businesses, clubs, and community organizations for Indianapolis African Americans during much of the twentieth century. A hub of black culture, the Avenue was a vibrant place of social and economic activity. Its musical tradition has been compared with Lenox Avenue in Harlem and Beale Street in Memphis

Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Year: 1900
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