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read more › History: Anyone who lives within 30 miles knows the name "Wheelers". The site has a rich history that began in 1940 when Cecil Scott and his wife (both relatives of Emma Roudebush) opened "Scotty's Inn." This was back when SR 37 was the main route between Fort Wayne and Indy, so Scotty's became a well-known stop for truckers, local farmers, and travelers alike. It featured a pump station and restaurant on the main floor, and 'tourist rooms' upstairs. Side note: We were recently gifted an old billboard from
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read more › History: Our unique history dates back to the late 19th century and the three companies from which we evolved: the American Furniture Company, Batesville Cabinet Company, and Batesville Coffin Company. Each company started in 1879, making us one of the nation's oldest case good furniture manufacturers. American Furniture Company manufactured bedroom furniture while Batesville Cabinet specialized in dining room furniture. Of course, Batesville Coffin is self-explanatory. When these companies merged, they shared
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read more › About Us: The Exit 76 Antique Mall is a great place to browse and shop for those unusual and hard-to-find items or unique gifts. Truly a collector's dream! Yes, that's our sister mall, the iconic Bloomington Antique Mall, on the cover of travelIN Magazine! The Bloomington mall and Exit 76 Antique Mall are prominently featured in the Holiday Edition, pages 15-20; there's also an Exit 76 advertisement on page 9, and a Bloomington Antique Mall ad on page 23. The Exit 76 Antique Mall has also been featured in
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