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Tuesday through Saturday10 a.m. - 5 p.m
Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
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Young Love in 1823

Butler University. Anyone who has spent any time in Indianapolis has heard about this wonderful educational establishment. Its christening name …

Playing Catch With My Mother

I remember playing catch with my mother, not my father. My father, Gabriel Fraire, taught me plenty about sports. In …

New Look for Digital Collections!

Our digital collections have a new look! In early September our digital collection database, powered by OCLC’s CONTENTdm, underwent an …

A Passage to Indiana…But to Freedom?

Two years ago, the Indiana Historical Society received an unusual and distinctly unsettling gift. The real story would count among …

Balloons, Elephants and Lawyers, Oh my!

What do hot air balloons, elephants and lawyers have to do with the fight for female suffrage in Indiana? They were all …

Celebrate Suffrage in Style with a Porch Party

Ever wanted to party like a suffragist? Well, now’s your chance. In the years leading up to the ratification of the …

A Myriad of Stories Weaves the Fabric of the 1818 Saint Marys Treaties Saga

If you are one of the nearly 4,000 readers of the Indiana Historical Society’s award-winning journal The Hoosier Genealogist: Connections, …

Suffrage Style: Make Your Own Sash

Sashes were a key way for women to show support for the fight to gain equal voting rights. While they came in …

From the Cataloger’s Desk: Indiana Chautauquas

I recently cataloged programs for Chautauqua gatherings in several cities throughout the state of Indiana: Delphi, Greensburg and Connersville. This …

Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Indianapolis, and Slaughterhouse-Five

On May 29, 1945, twenty-one days after German forces had surrendered to the victorious Allied armies, a father in Indianapolis …

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