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Title Snapshot of the Gatling Gun Club, Indianapolis, Indiana, ca. 2008
Description Circa 2008 snapshot of the exterior of the Gatling Gun Club. It was constructed in about 1869 as a double Greek Revival house for the Tousey family. The Knights of Columbus, a Catholic fraternal lodge, purchased the home for a clubhouse in November 1909. In 1919 the building was purchased by the Gatling Gun Club, a drill team affiliated with the Murat Shriners. The Gatling Gun Club dissolved in 2009 and sold the structure and it was demolished in 2015.
Place 707-709 N. Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, United States
Creator Bolton, Ange
Date 2008, ca.
Year Range Begin 2005
Year Range End 2010
Subjects Fraternal lodges
Clubhouses
Freemasonry
Gatling Gun Club
Gatling guns
Houses
Indianapolis (Ind.)
Marion County (Ind.)
Process Digital photographs
Collection Name Ange Bolton Collection
Object ID ia-0146-0015
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