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Before we print on the final material, paper copies help our team see a future exhibit to scale.
Knowing how to properly care for your treasures is essential in order to avoid causing damage.
The Exhibition Design and Production team has a brand new space to develop and design future exhibits for the Indiana Experience.
Local History Services launches a Facebook page
In January, Ivy Tech Community College begins a yearlong celebration commemorating its 50th anniversary. It kicks off in Kokomo with the presentation “Finding Your Roots” by Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr.
The exhibitions research team has a lot to learn about the complexity of urban flooding as it gears up to design the upcoming You Are There 1913: A City Under Water.
All those filters may frustrate future historians.
A brief look at standardized testing controversy and how it relates to Indiana.
Knowing what your treasures are made of is essential in order to properly care for them.
Since my time is short today, and I now know that our readers are looking for a local history fix, I will send you an interesting story ...
Even more information on the best ways to store your family documents.
Local History Services is always trying new things. Maybe we’re restless, compulsive tinkerers or just nuts. Perhaps we’re all of that.
We rarely talk about history in Local History Services. Surprised?
We take a moment to thank our wonderful interns for all their hard work!