Clymers is an unincorporated community in Clinton Township, Cass County, Indiana.
Clymers was laid out in 1869. It was named for its founder, George Clymer. A post office was established at Clymers in 1890, and remained in operation until it was discontinued in 1919.
Clymers is located at 40°42′27″N 86°26′56″W / 40.70750°N 86.44889°W. Indiana State Road 25 and the Norfolk Southern Railway both pass northeast through town.
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