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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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IHS Blog

From the Cataloger’s Desk: Not Your Average Family Vacation

Many of us have experienced the joy of taking a family vacation. When I was young, my father, mother, brother …

Living the Legacy: Resources for Moving Toward a More Equitable Future

Redlining - the discriminatory practice by which banks refuse or limit mortgages to people of color, ethnic minorities, and low-income …

Pukwudgies and Where to Find Them

Probably unknown to most Hoosiers is Indiana’s rich history with cryptids, animals that claim to exist but have never been proven. With Halloween just …

An Examined Life: The John Mutz Story

How does a historian whose work focused on those “boring railroad presidents” end up collaborating on a memoir of a …

The East Chicago Washington High School Walkout, 50 Years Later

On a usual day, the morning bell would start the beginning of the school day. On October 2, 1970, the …

Not all Latinos are Mexican: The Story of a 1920s Peruvian Steel Worker from Gary, Indiana

During Hispanic Heritage month, it is always important to remind people that Latino and Hispanic cultural heritage is not monolithic. …

The Tyree Family Story

At the Indiana Historical Society (IHS), we recently added some new items from the Frances O. Patterson Papers (M0470) to …

Living the Legacy: Our Upcoming Sept. 29 Redlining Program

We've kicked off our new Indianapolis bicentennial exhibit, You Are There 1920: Celebrate Indianapolis with a four-part program series on …

From the Cataloger’s Desk: Ephraim George Squier’s Collection

Part of my job as a catalog librarian involves tackling backlogged items. Bringing them out of the shadows and making …

Young Love in 1823

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

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