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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Indianapolis Temple Now Indiana Historic Landmark

Sometimes I get busy and forget to cheer on the home team. About a month ago, Indiana Freemasons' Hall passed its final review by the state and is now officially listed on the Indiana Register of Historic Places. Final review by the National Park Service is pending, and if favorable, the building should be added to the National Register of Historic Places soon.

Many thanks to Indianapolis historian Glory-June Greiff who wrote up the very-detailed nomination and guided it through the long and winding process.

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