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Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Indiana Experience Admission Free IHS MembersFree Children under 5$9 Adult$8 Seniors 60 and older$5 Youth ages 5 through 17 Free parking with admission in lot off New York.

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NHDI Students Take Their Project to the Subjects

Four National History Day in Indiana students – Warsaw seventh graders Keller Bailey, Jason Benyousky, Geoffrey Hochstetler and Ryun Hoffert …

2018 Concerts on the Canal

Thursdays in June and July | 6 to 8 p.m. Kruse Family Stardust Terrace, History Center Our Concerts on the Canal series …

Don’t Touch That Dial: The Early Years of WOWO in Fort Wayne

From Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History, Winter 2018. To receive Traces four times a year, join IHS  and enjoy this and other member benefits. Back …

“Bound for the Admiralty Island”

From The Hoosier Genealogist: Connections, Fall/Winter 2017. To receive Connections twice a year, join IHS  and enjoy this and other member …

Virginia Dill McCarty Papers, 1824–2003

Virginia Dill McCarty is best known as the first woman who was appointed and served a full four-year term as …

From the Street to the Sky: A Contemporary Photo History of Indianapolis

Urban renewal. Revitalization. Skyscrapers. It is rare that a collection comes along that so thoroughly documents the changes in the …

New Addition to the Madam C.J. Walker Collection

Curious about the business of beauty culture, the latest in hair care technology, and the people who were trained in …

New Destination Indiana Journey Features Bill and Gloria Gaither

Indiana’s legendary musicians and songwriters Bill and Gloria Gaither are featured in a new Destination Indiana journey chronicling their faith, …

Marjorie Main: From Farm Girl to Film Star

Famed for her dry wit, frosty smile, sparkling eyes and raspy voice, Marjorie Main was a popular character actress who, …

You Are There: Eli Lilly at the Beginning

Colonel Eli Lilly began a new business in Indianapolis in 1876 manufacturing drugs for wholesale distribution – a business that …

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