|Years:||1922 1923 1924 – 1925 – 1926 1927 1928|
Significant events from 1925.
- 29th - Homer Oliphant is found shot to death behind the wheel of his car in Stanford. A grand jury concludes he was murdered.
- John Glanton Campbell, clerk and night watchman at the Austin Robinson Store in Dolan, is shot and killed by a would-be burglar. Derald Dobbs and Duel Faulkner are later arrested for the crime.
- A new Masonic temple is opened to the public for the first time. The edifice, costing nearly a half-million dollars, is viewed by members of the Kiwanis club, escorted by Thomas J. Sare and Stacy Harrell. They visit all three floors, and view the Bloomington skyline from the pyramid on the roof.
- Frank Bowman is arrested for illegal possession of liquor after a ten-gallon still is found on the farm on which he used to live.
- A branch of the Newton's Shoe Store opens under the Howe Candy Kitchen.
- Plans are announced to open Cottage Grove Avenue from Walnut Street to Lincoln Streets and University Street from Rogers Street to Walker Street.
- A sneak thief makes off with $47 from the Burns & Jackson Store on north Morton Street as the store is about to close.
- Construction begins on the Ingal's stone mill at the Junction one mile north of town, where the Pennsylvania
crossed the Monon.
- Fred Hancock's barn and granary in Mount Tabor is destroyed by fire.
- The Tom Huff Park on the Dixie Highway, just north of Cascades Park, is completed. The park included a swimming pool and a large main building with dining rooms.
- ?? - Hoagy Carmichael is awarded his Batchelor's Degree from Indiana University
The Buskirk family donates three lots to the city to build a new schhool. The lots were in the Elm Heights addition south of 3rd Street.
- 10th Street Stadium is built at Indiana University
- Collins Living Learning Center renames Washington Hall as South Hall