Bartholomew County Annex building

Bartholomew County Annex building The Bartholomew County Annex building, which is also known as the State Street School, was designed by architect Norman Hill and completed in 1928.

The building stands on the northwest corner of State and Pence streets in Columbus, Indiana. From 1928 to the early 1970s it served as an elementary school in the neighborhood of East Columbus under the ownership of Bartholomew County. In the mid 1970s the building began to be used as the County Annex. Today the building houses the Purdue University Extension office, the Bartholomew County Health

The building stands on the northwest corner of State and Pence streets in Columbus, Indiana. From 1928 to the early 1970s it served as an elementary school in the neighborhood of East Columbus under the ownership of Bartholomew County. In the mid 1970s the building began to be used as the County Annex. Today the building houses the Purdue University Extension office, the Bartholomew County Health

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