The complex changed hands in 2009. Its new owners renamed it MOUNDS MALL OF ANDERSON. The two Elder-Beerman stores morphed into Carson's (another The Bon Ton brand) in 2011. Sears had just been shuttered at the time of this circa-2012 plan, which left the mall in somewhat dire straits.


In this current interior view, we see the Nirvana shop, a ladies' wear retailer. In the 1960s mall, the store space was occupied by Paul Harris, who also sold women's apparel.
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Over the years, two different movie theaters have operated in -or around- MOUNDS MALL. The first, a freestanding venue, was in operation between 1970 and 2002. The Mounds (Mall) 10, an in-mall operation, is seen above.
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Opened, in late 1964, as an Indy-based Wasson's, the mall's northern anchor store went through stints as a Terra Haute-based Meis and Dayton-based Elder-Beerman before re-opening under a Carson's nameplate. This store was shuttered in April 2018, leaving the mall without an anchor store to sustain it.
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