He Built This City: The Muncie Architecture of Cuno Kibele

The E.B. and Bertha C. Ball Center is hosting He Built This City: The Muncie Architecture of Cuno Kibele on Aug. 4 from 10 to 11 a.m., according to a report. 

The program will tell the story of Kibele’s architectural impact on the city and his connection to Muncie's history with his drawings, photographs, maps and other resources. 

There are no charges but reservations are required by emailing ebball@bsu.edu

Kibele and his firm Kibele and Garrard built many of Muncie's finest residential, commercial, academic, and civic buildings. 

Kibele himself practiced from around 1895 to 1927. The Ball Gymnasium, Ball Memorial Hospital, and the Masonic Temple are his most recognizable projects. 


  • Melissa Gentry, Supervisor, GIS Research and Map Collection, Ball State University Libraries
  • Cody Sprunger, Archivist for Architectural and Design Records, Andrew Seager Archives of the Built Environment, Ball State University Libraries
  • Sara McKinley, Local History and Genealogy Supervisor, Muncie Public Library


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