ANGOLA, Ind. (WOWO): A building in Angola with a lot of history is among the top 10 most endangered landmarks in Indiana.
Pryor’s Country Place was built in 1927 on West Fox Lake Road as a lakeside vacation home for black people during segregation, and later converted into an inn. There’s evidence it also acted as a speakeasy during prohibition.
The building has long been vacant and the five-acre lakefront site it sits on is for sale, which the group Indiana Landmarks says now puts the property in jeopardy.
You can find the rest of the “endangered list” at this link.