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Whether you’re looking for information on a specific part of Indiana history, images from the state’s past or an expert to put an issue into historical context, the Indiana Historical Society is a wonderful resource for media outlets.

Contact Amy Lamb, media relations manager, at (317) 232-1878 or alamb@indianahistory.org for assistance, including high resolution images.

Dr. James L. Cooper Will Receive Dorothy Riker Hoosier Historian Award
Dec. 6, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society will present its 2010 Dorothy Riker Hoosier Historian Award to Dr. James L. Cooper of Greencastle, Ind., at its annual Founders Day Dinner on Dec. 6. The Dorothy Riker Hoosier Historian Award is made annually to a historian who has made distinguished contributions to the field of historical scholarship, including presentation, use of materials and preservation, and/or the affairs and activities of the IHS.

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Marvin Allen Will Receive Hubert Hawkins History Award
Dec. 6, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society will present its 2010 Hubert Hawkins History Award to Marvin Allen of Knox, Ind., at its annual Founders Day Dinner on Dec. 6. The Hubert Hawkins History Award is made annually to a local historian for his or her distinguished service and career in local history.

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Lyles Station Historic Preservation Corporation Will Receive Outstanding Historical Organization Award
Dec. 6, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society will present its 2010 Outstanding Historical Organization Award to the Lyles Station Historic Preservation Corporation at its annual Founders Day Dinner on Dec. 6. The Outstanding Historical Organization Award is made annually to a local or county historical society, organization or site in Indiana which has demonstrated remarkable public services and programs to its community.

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Meet Authors, Buy Personalized Gifts at Eighth Annual Holiday Author Fair
Nov. 24, 2010

Holiday shopping for an array of family, loved ones and new friends can be a daunting task, but the Indiana Historical Society offers a personalized, one-stop shopping opportunity for book lovers and gift givers alike this holiday season at the Eighth Annual Holiday Author Fair, taking place Saturday, Dec. 4, noon – 4 p.m. The Holiday Author Fair is the largest book signing gathering for Indiana-related material, featuring more than 70 “Hoosier” authors. Books include works of fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks, photography, history, children’s books and more.

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IHS Continues Indiana Town Hall Series on Environmental Issues
Nov. 11, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society will kick off its second of a three-part Indiana Town Hall Series, covering the subject of environmental concerns, on Thursday, Nov. 18. This month’s free program, Urban Environmental Issues & Opportunities, will take place in the Frank and Katrina Basile Theater. Urban Environmental Issues & Opportunities will explore the unique environmental challenges and opportunities facing urban communities like Indianapolis.

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IHS Offers Doughnuts, Coffee, Free Admission for Veterans on Veterans Day
Nov. 1, 2010

The Indiana Historical Society is proud to honor the nation’s veterans by offering them free coffee, doughnuts, parking and admission on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. In addition to free admission for veterans on this special day, the IHS now also offers year-round complimentary admission for active military personnel and their immediate families through the Blue Star Museum Program.

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