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Untitled Garden [slide]

Creator:
Laurel Hall
Ladywood
Windridge
Fletcher, Stoughton
Landscape Architect:
Tuschinsky, Alex
Physical description:
1 slide: col
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, Indiana, Marion County, Indianapolis
Indiana
Indianapolis
Date:
1930
Notes:
Laurel Hall was completed in 1914 and is the largest estate in Indianapolis. It was named Laurel Hall because of the ivy that grew around the spring house. In 1930, the house was purchased by a Catholic order and became a school. The residence deteriorated through the years until 1970. It was purchased by a developer that built luxury condo sites. The house and grounds are restored and are now called Windridge.
Further sources of information include: Maloney, Michael and Remenschneider, Kenneth J. Indianapolis Landscape Architecture. Washington, DC: Landscape Architecture Foundation.
Topic:
Spring
Gates
Entrances
Mansions
Publications
Local number:
IN022000
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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