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A treasure for Banned Books Week
We worked to preserve the Robert Hugo Selby collection.
Summer may be ending, but you can be inspired by the Dunes anytime!
The fair may have ended, but you can satisfy any longings with a stop by our exhibit!
What kind of historical record are you leaving behind?
Sharing your organization’s story is key to convincing others that #ThisPlaceMatters
Stop in our library on the second level and check out our poster exhibit.
We do it all the time!
Resources outside of your field might be the most valuable when it comes to problem-solving.
Getting to know younger generations will help us pass our heritage on.
The history of the Hoosier State's continued fondness with the circus industry.
A behind-the-scenes glimpse at a very different You Are There
Consider a time capsule project as a fun and easy way celebrate community history.
Conquering chaos one step at a time.
Swimsuit season may have come and gone but IHS archivists and librarians are always working hard to make sure our collections stay on track and "in shape."
Editor's Note: We'll miss you, Stacy!
There's always something cool in the William H. Smith Memorial Library. Let us show you!
Visit the last stop of the Indiana Bicentennial Train this weekend. You never know who you will find!
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