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James A. Stuart and Indianapolis Society

One part of my job as collections assistant in reference services is to find previously processed collections that, for whatever …

From the Cataloger’s Desk: John Longfellow’s Yearbooks

I hope you enjoy the look of our new website! During the transition from old to new, I was unable …

Integrating Collections into Your Strategic Plan

As pressures on cultural institutions grow, it is becoming more important for those institutions to show their stakeholders that they …

Digital Diaries: New Resource for African-American History in Indianapolis

When recently researching Bethel A.M.E. Church, I came across a 32-page pamphlet that had long been in the Indiana Historical …

Opposites Attract: A Love Letter to Magnets

The 3-D valentines in the current Love Always exhibition in the Rosemary McKeeLanham Gallery are beautiful and whimsical – and …

From the Cataloger’s Desk: A Pocket Map of Indiana

This month, I am switching gears a little bit. I catalog maps on a somewhat regular basis, but not nearly …

From the Cataloger’s Desk: Cracking Mental Nuts

This month's blog post is short, but sweet! I love a good, challenging puzzle. Therefore, I was instantly captivated by Mental …

From the Cataloger’s Desk: Harmony Society Pamphlets

Backlogs are inevitable, especially in institutions like ours. Materials come in at a quick pace, which makes it difficult for …

Digital Diaries: A Little Bit of Family History in the Archives

If you work in the Indiana Historical Society Library & Archives, and you are from Indiana, sometimes you come across …

Hot Off the Press: Rebel Bulldog

Rebel Bulldog: The Story of One Family, Two States, and the Civil War tells the story of Preston Davidson, a …

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