V Named Places in Allen County, Indiana
Van Orman Hotel
January 13, 1974 demolition profiled with images in Death of a Landmark in the February 1, 1974 the Dispatch on Wayne High School News in the ACPL Digital Collections, crowd photo and discussion posted March 12, 2014 on Vintage Fort Wayne closed group on Facebook, then shared December 13, 2017 and the Dispatch discussed April 18, 2017 on You are positively from Fort Wayne, if you remember... Closed group on Facebook. 1974: Explosive demolitions of Van Orman, Keenan hotels by Corey McMaken published July 25, 2019 in The Journal Gazette newspaper.
August 18, 2009 IPFW Dedicates New Pedestrian Bridge on IPFW.edu. See photos of The Ron Venderly Family Pedestrian Bridge by American Galvanizers Association.
Was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on December 6, 2005and nominated December 12, 2004 for Indiana Register of Historic Places with its history on the nomation request. Built in 1839 by Jesse and Maria Vermilyea, deemed the most luxurious in the township and the center of social life in the settlement. It was an inn to canal travelers and a post office with Jesse Vermilyea as postmaster. An extensive history of the house and area begins on page 13 of the Vermilyea Family Places document by Carl Paker Vermilyea in 2009. The Vermilyea Inn Historic District on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia had the links to most of this information. The Vermilyea House web site, see Vermilyea House a return to splendor 25 page booklet by Thomas E. Castalidi published May 21, 2004 by ARCH ( Architecture and Community Heritage).
Founded in Fort Wayne in 1982 makes handbags, purses, totes, luggage, stationary and accessories. www.verabradley.com, Facebook. Has a popular multil-day every April Vera Bradley Annual Sale from Visit Fort Wayne.
Visit Fort Wayne
The Fort Wayne/Allen County Convention and Visitors Bureau, is the nonprofit organization whose purpose is to expand Fort Wayne's economy by attracting convention and leisure visitors. Has many blog posts about things to do in Fort Wayne.
927 South Harrison Street
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802
Phone: (260) 424-3700
Toll-free: (800) 767-7752
Torn down after Vodermark Addition was built in the Pittsburg and Dubois area from May 24, 2013 post formerly on the original Great Memories and History of Fort Wayne, Indiana page on Facebook.
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