Memory Bank: City Market in 1923

Throughout the early 1900s, vendor booths lined Market Street on market days outside the actual City Market structure, erected in 1886. The street filled with carts and stalls selling locally grown produce from the German south side and other sources.

Sources: Indiana Historical Society, Encyclopedia of Indianapolis

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