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The facility is now used by the Cass County Family Opportunity Center for adolescent community enrichment, outpatient drug treatment & family support.<ref>Cass County Indiana, http://www.co.cass.in.us/dav/foc/famop.html</ref>
 
The facility is now used by the Cass County Family Opportunity Center for adolescent community enrichment, outpatient drug treatment & family support.<ref>Cass County Indiana, http://www.co.cass.in.us/dav/foc/famop.html</ref>
  
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== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 19:06, 30 April 2020

Cass County Infirmary
Established 1875
Opened 1939 (Rebuilt)
Closed 1993
Current Status Preserved
Building Style Single Building
Architect(s) Henry C. Wolf
Location Logansport, IN
Architecture Style Art Deco
Alternate Names
  • Cass County Poor Farm and Asylum



History

The Cass County Infirmary was built in 1939 as a County Home for Logansport, Indiana and served as a home until 1993. [1] The facility is now used by the Cass County Family Opportunity Center for adolescent community enrichment, outpatient drug treatment & family support.[2]


References

  1. Hassett, Kayla. "The County Home in Indiana : A Forgotten Response to Poverty and Disability." Diss. Ed. Vera A. Adams. Ball State U, 2013. Cardinal Scholar, 05 Apr. 2013. Web. 12 Nov. 2014.
  2. Cass County Indiana, http://www.co.cass.in.us/dav/foc/famop.html