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Holy Crap!! It’s for sale!!
Here’s some images I’ve not seen here yet: View link
It does tend to change (the website), but at least it’s still there. I’ve not been back to Indiana in decades, but I may make a trip to Terre Haute when I visit my mother (now in Bowling Green, KY) early next year. I’ll be sure take as many photos as I can, inside and out.
It’s funny how the ‘Indiana’ sign currently in place doesn’t match the architecture, yet still looks totally cool. I’d guess it to be from the late 1950’s…anyone actually know?
No news, no ‘save the Indiana Theater’ Facebook page, no nuthin'. I’m an ex-Hoosier, so I know the apathy regarding historic buildings in Indiana all-to-well. It’s just far to easy to knock them down and build something new, or worse…a parking lot. I also know this theater would never get the help that the beautifully restored theaters in downtown Los Angeles have received over the past few years. Just throwing this out there, but I’d at least cough up hosting fees for a year to get the website back online. (
Good question above. The website is gone w/o a trace and the listed phone number is no longer in service. :( I had hoped to visit this place someday with my dear mother.