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Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
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Eva’s Purpose and Legacy

Below are the remarks by Dr. Alex Kor, son of Eva Kor, on March 10, 2022. Dr. Kor spoke at …

Sylvia’s World – Part 1

When you are a young woman who just graduated high school 1932, while America is still deep in the Great …

To Stand and Fight – Benjamin Harrison and the 1892 Election

As delegates to the Republican national convention gathered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in June 1892, their choice of a presidential candidate …

My Favorite Things – The Charles Wright Milhous Collection

It seems an appropriate time to revisit a past blog theme, 'My Favorite Things,' featuring a slightly subjective look at …

Family Tradition: The Lieber Thanksgiving

Our collection in the William H. Smith Memorial Library contains its fair share of guestbooks and scrapbooks, but I think …

Indigenous History in Indiana: Treaties and the Complexity of Language Preservation

November is Indigenous History month. Indigenous communities in present-day Indiana, existed for generations, several times over, before European contact. And …

From The Cataloger’s Desk: Return to Rare Book School, Part II

In my last blog post, Return to Rare Book School, Part I, I discussed the “Descriptive Bibliography: The Fundamentals” course …

From The Cataloger’s Desk: Return to Rare Book School, Part I

During the first week of August, I was fortunate to attend Rare Book School for the second time. In June …

Mexican Restaurant Titans of Indianapolis: Acapulco Joe’s & El Sol de Tala

Today, Mexican restaurants are easy to find around the city of Indianapolis. But in the 1960s you would see the …

The Early Beginnings of the Mexican Consulate in Indiana: 1907-1927

In November of 2002 at Union Station in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana’s first and only foreign consulate would open its doors …

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