The Circle as Seen from Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis IN: The Circle was originally called Governor's Circle because the governor's mansion was to be erected there, but Gov. James Brown Ray's wife refused to live there because 'every family in town could inspect her washing on Monday morning.' However, the building later housed a variety of tenants, including offices of Supreme Court judges, the State library, and the State Bank. Several churches graced The Circle in mid-century. Viewed from the east are Christ Episcopal Church, the far right spire; First Presbyterian Church, second from right; Second Presbyterian Church, spire in the distance, third from right; Wesley Chapel, far left with facaded roof. The governor's house is in the center. Drawing by Christian Schrader

Chicago citation style
The Circle as Seen from Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis IN: The Circle was originally called Governor's Circle because the governor's mansion was to be erected there, but Gov. James Brown Ray's wife refused to live there because 'every family in town could inspect her washing on Monday morning.' However, the building later housed a variety of tenants, including offices of Supreme Court judges, the State library, and the State Bank. Several churches graced The Circle in mid-century. Viewed from the east are Christ Episcopal Church, the far right spire; First Presbyterian Church, second from right; Second Presbyterian Church, spire in the distance, third from right; Wesley Chapel, far left with facaded roof. The governor's house is in the center. Drawing by Christian Schrader. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://contentdm.acpl.lib.in.us/cdm/ref/collection/coll6/id/6689. (Accessed June 22, 2018.)
APA citation style
The Circle as Seen from Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis IN: The Circle was originally called Governor's Circle because the governor's mansion was to be erected there, but Gov. James Brown Ray's wife refused to live there because 'every family in town could inspect her washing on Monday morning.' However, the building later housed a variety of tenants, including offices of Supreme Court judges, the State library, and the State Bank. Several churches graced The Circle in mid-century. Viewed from the east are Christ Episcopal Church, the far right spire; First Presbyterian Church, second from right; Second Presbyterian Church, spire in the distance, third from right; Wesley Chapel, far left with facaded roof. The governor's house is in the center. Drawing by Christian Schrader. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://contentdm.acpl.lib.in.us/cdm/ref/collection/coll6/id/6689
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Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://contentdm.acpl.lib.in.us/cdm/ref/collection/coll6/id/6689>.
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