: This is the front facade of the Indiana State House. This Beaux-Arts and Greek Revival building houses the General Assembly, Governor, Supreme Court and other Indiana state officials and governmental functions. It was completed in 1888 in response to Indiana’s growing population and cost $1.8 million, just below the original $2 million appropriation. The extra money was returned to the general fund. View on Ohio Memory.
: AV101_B01F07_543 Subjects
: Capitols--Indiana; National Register of Historic Places; domes (architectural elements); cupolas; columns (architectural elements); Beaux-Arts; Greek Revival Places
: Indianapolis (Indiana); 200 W. Washington St.