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Historic Structures of
Landmarks Throughout Northwest Indiana
Photos by Tim Arends
Miller School, corner of Lake St. and Seventh Ave.
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A former bank, this 80-year-old building on
the corner of Broad and Main in Griffith now houses a visual design
firm. Georgian architectural Style.
Wood's historic grist mill in Merrillville is
now a museum. Built in 1838, this housed the first continuing industry
in Lake and Porter counties. Tours are available. Call (219) 947-1958.
The twin-spired Saints Peter and Paul Church,
Merrillville, (1916), once situated in the middle of farmland, now
finds itself surrounded by a modern residential and shopping area.
This older home stands out from its neighbors
on a modern residential street in Lowell. The solid brick house,
originally a parish house and situated next to a Main Street church,
was moved several miles to its present location!
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