Governmental groundbreaking

Government officials broke ground on the City-County Building on Oct. 30, 1959. Pictured from left are J. Wesley Brown, president of the county commissioners; William A. Hanley, president of the building authority’s board of directors; and Mayor Charles H. Boswell. The building opened in 1962. Now, Indianapolis officials have released a request for information seeking ideas for reusing the building as major departments will soon vacate it for the Community Justice Campus under construction about three miles southeast.

Sources: Indiana Historical Society, IBJ research

Credit: This image is courtesy of the Indiana Historical Society and is part of the Larry Foster Collection. More images are available at images.indianahistory.org.

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