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J. F. Darmody Company Building (Commercial), 25-27 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN



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B&W Photos

HB469556
BWPhotos 335121

HB469557
BWPhotos 335122

HB469558
BWPhotos 335123

HB469559
BWPhotos 335124

HB469560
BWPhotos 335125

HB469561
BWPhotos 335126

HB469562
BWPhotos 335127

HB469563
BWPhotos 335128

HB469564
BWPhotos 335129

HB469565
BWPhotos 335130


Item Title
BWPhotos 335130

Location
25-27 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, IN

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS IN-220
Significance: Built in two phases 1904-05 and 1911, following the designs of architect P.C. Rubush and later Rubush & Hunter, the J.F. Darmody Company Building functioned as a confectionery and wholesale outlet for the Darmody firm. It is an early design of Rubush & Hunter, one of the most important and prolific architectural firms in Indianapolis history. Candy making was one of several industries located within the Indianapolis Wholesale District. Established during the Civil War, the Wholesale District served the city and central Indiana until after the Second World War as a source of wholesale products ranging from clothing to groceries and cigars. The J.F. Darmody Company Building is a contributing structure in the Indianapolis Union Station-Wholesale District listed in the National Register of Historic Places on July 14, 1982.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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