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Indianapolis Historical Homes and Landmarks

I can imagine this late 19th – 20th century Revival home was an icon of wealth and prosperity in the early 1900’s.

Originally designed and built for Henry F Campbell in 1916, the home was not completed until 1928, after World War I. Mr Campbell never lived in the home and in 1945, the home was converted to apartments.

In 1993, the Historic Landmarks Foundation rated the property “outstanding”, (the highest rating), which placed the Campbell Mansion on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the slideshow to see the amazing architect and beauty of this home.


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