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UI Archive – Cover Photos

We were updating our social media and produced some of our favorite images in wide format.  Find the whole collection on this Flickr set or see some favorites in the gallery below.  I wanted to share these photos because I thought they showed many sides of the city, its people and its places.

It will be fun to see how the city continues to change over the next few years.  Indianapolis did not always have a canal district, a cultural trail, or even Monument Circle.  What big thing will Indianapolis take on next?

These images are free for any personal or non-commercial, unmodified use (some rights reserved, so please contact us if you need permission to use them for something else).

 

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One Response to “ “UI Archive – Cover Photos”

  1. N says:

    What is the concrete structure on the east bank of White River (first photo). Is it a survivor of the 1913 flood or was it built soon after? Here is a picture of the scene in 1913

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/hoosier_recollections/6053231078/in/set-72157625367038180

    100th anniversary of the 1913 flood coming up real soon.

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