On September 29, 2019, the Old Pathology Building which once served as the Pathological Department of the Central Indiana Hospital for the Insane, received a historical marker from the Indiana Historical Bureau. The building is now the home of the Indiana Medical History Museum. It has been on the National Register of Historical Places since 1972.
Currently on display in the Museum's amphitheater, the marker will be permanently installed on the edge of the IMHM Medicinal Plant Demonstration Garden when the new street, Kirkbride Way, is completed in the spring of 2020. The dedication was held before the final installation so the ceremony would coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Museum's founding date in 1969. A mayoral proclamation was read by Indianapolis Deputy Mayor, Jeff Bennett.