Results for subject term "Architecture of the Indiana State Farigrounds, Indianapolis: In Sickness and in Health":
Hook's Drug Stores were Indiana fixtures throughout most of the 20th century. Founder John A. Hook opened his first Indianapolis store in 1900 in a now-demolished building at 1101 S. East Street in what is now the Fountain Square neighborhood.…
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