Irvington is an Indianapolis neighborhood just off Washington Street, and its most notable landmark is the Irvington United Methodist Church. It’s sat in a circle, like so:
Left, the 1916 draft — Right, Google Maps 2009 — This link is where I got the photo, and you can read more about it there.
Here’s photo as we approach the circle:
It was the private home of Butler University staff members James Dorsey Forrest followed by Thomas Carr Howe before it became a church in 1924. It’s commonly referred to as the church on the circle.
I know you may have wanted or expected to see a photo of the front doors to the church, but you’re outta luck, because I found the side doors more interesting. Behold the Tudor Revival in all its splendor:
#ThursdayDoors is part of an inspired post series run by Norm Frampton. To view other interesting doors, click the link and see what others are posting today.