1. Seifer Furniture Building

    531 State Street, Hammond Indiana

    Colonial Revival, 1925

    With the exception of the library, the First Baptist Church of Hammond owns all buildings on both sides of the first two blocks of State Street. The Church itself is nothing short of colossal. You can’t help but feel intimidated looking at such a large structure. The reportage on the church’s culture will leave you more than intimidated..

     
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    Hey! I live like 5 minz away from that !
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