"Benjamin Harrison Home" Historic Homes & Buildings Tip by Toughluck

  Courtesy of Hist Am. Buildings Survey (HABS) USDOI
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  • Courtesy of Hist Am. Buildings Survey (HABS) USDOI - Indianapolis
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  • Courtesy of Hist Am. Buildings Survey (HABS) USDOI - Indianapolis
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This is the second Harrison, to be President. Benjamin was president from 1889-1893. His Grandfather (William Henry) was old "Tippecanoe", the oldest man to be president and to have served the shortest term.

This Italianate home (1875) is just north of downtown on Delaware Street. Here, you can learn about Harrison and his time. He set aside millions of acres of the Great American Forest as Forest Preserves to insure that there would timber available to future Generations of Americans.

Vist by tour only. M-Sat (10-3:30), Sunday 12:30 - 3:30 in June & July

Address: 1230 N. Delaware
Directions: Just north of Downtown on Delaware, 2 blocks north of I-65.
Phone: 317-631-1888
Website: http://www.pbhh.org

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  • Updated Mar 17, 2007
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