The Tee Pee
The Tee Pee drive-in restaurant was a cruising mainstay for many years. Located by the Indiana State Fairgrounds, it is pictured here in 1957.
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Rhodius Park Pool.
Al Green's Drive-in
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Al Green’s drive-in operated on the Eastside of Indianapolis between 1947 and 1994, leaving a lasting mark on Indy's collective memory. By the mid 1970s it fell victim to changing economic times. Al Greens is still warmly remembered for its legendary food and parking lot crowded with teenagers. What many don't remember is that it was also the nation's first drive-in to offer phone curb service in 1953, that below its parking lot were unusual tunnels, and that celebrities often stopped in.
Municipal Gardens History
Municipal Gardens is one of Indy Parks' oldest recreation centers. Prior to opening as a public park in 1952, Municipal Gardens served as a private canoe and yacht club, as well as a popular dance hall. The building was constructed in 1920. Municipal Gardens serves youth, adults, seniors, and people with special needs.
Rhodius Park Area
This is a really good historical account of the area around Washington High School * * * Historical Account Link: historicalindianapolis.com