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The Condit House

The Condit House

16"x20" print on art paper


(framing not included)


Originally built on the edge of what would become the grounds of the Indiana State Normal School campus, the Condit House is named after the family for whom it was originally constructed in 1860. The Blackford Condit family lived in this Italianate home from 1863 to 1962. Helen Condit then bequeathed the home to Indiana State College (originally Indiana State Normal School and eventually to become Indiana State University). With the expansion of the college over the years, the Condit House now rests in the heart of campus. After a brief stint as an alumni center, the home is now used as a residence for the sitting president of the university and is an iconic part of the history of the Indiana State University grounds.


The artwork is printed on quality matte art paper.  A nice gift for the history buff or anyone who has great memories of Indiana.  Start your collection today!

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