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Even though I don't remember the L.S. Ayres store at Washington and Meridian streets, it still holds a spot in my heart.
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The famous group of impressionist painters that included the legendary T.C. Steele
A conversation with author and guest curator Rachel Berenson Perry.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how our conservators transported and prepared 43 paintings featured in the upcoming exhibition Indiana Impressions: The Art of T.C. Steele.
Indianapolis was one of the first cities to have its own department of policewomen.
The little-known Indiana basketball story of the legendary Franklin Wonder Five
So you have a bicentennial project ... now spread the word! Get some tips and tricks for getting the word out.
Hoosiers fight for equal rights for women in the 1970s.
Evaluation is important to determining how well you are doing what you do. Learning to be comfortable with the evaluation can make it a much easier and more rewarding process.
Indianapolis was home to some of the greatest jazz players in the world, and they got their start on Indiana Avenue.
Fashion from an Indianapolis designer
Born to former slaves to a self-made successful business woman - the life of Madam C.J. Walker.
Quirky campaign gimmicks of yesteryear
Just how do those images get into our Digital Image Collections?
How do you physically recreate a moment in time?
His Hoosier connection
Meet the authors.
Hints from the Heritage Support Grants Team
The results of our “Favorite Things” contest are in!
Q&A with author of IN Writing: Uncovering the Unexpected Hoosier State
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