So I went to the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library and then I went to his old home.
Though small, the KVML is worth stopping at if you happen to be in the Indianapolis area. Arguably one of Indianapolis' most famous sons and unarguably its most famous writer has a Memorial Library not to far from Indianapolis' Capital Building. While small, it does have several of KV's painting, his entire body of work, and some of his personal possessions (rooster lamp, cigarettes, books, etc.)
And since I was already in the area, I decided to go to his childhood home in Indy. No one currently lives there, so I got to creep around and take some pictures.
While I'm not sure how much reconstruction was done on the house itself, the door is original. The K & E is for Kurt Vonnegut Sr. and the E is for Edith (KV's father and mother). 1923 is the year the house was built.
Since I'm not sure if this is a topic anyone besides myself cares about, I've decided to currently limit the uploaded pictures to the two above. If anyone wants to see more of either (museum or home), just let me know and I will post them.