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Story Images
 
Glamour in the Collection
 
What Is a Hoosier?
 
Danger on the River
 
Meet Michael Thrall
 
Steve McQueen: The Great Escape
 
Bringing Back a 154-Year-Old Book
 
Hoosier Justice at Nuremburg
 
The Native Americans
 
Avon Walking Tour.pdf
 
Gas City walking tour.pdf
 
Greenfield Walking Tour.pdf
 
Our 180th Year
 
What a Swell Party This Is!
 
Meet H. Roll McLaughlin
 
Meet Dianne Cartmel
 
Blood Shed in This War
 
Nature's Storyteller: The Life of Gene Stratton-Porter
 
For Duty and Destiny
 
Hanna's Town
 
Justices of the Indiana Supreme Court
 
Donor Spotlight: David Meyer
 
Nomination form
 
Meet Marianne Doyle
 
Two Outstanding Organizations Answer Three Questions
 
Civil War Home Front Collections Now Online
 
A Life in Public History
 
Civil War Letter Filled with Bad News, Hope
 
A Home in Our Keeping
Historic Twin Oaks serves as IHS's hospitality center.
2013 Awards Nomination Packet
 
Civil War from Fort Sumter to Emancipation
 
Our Favorite Event - Holiday Author Fair
 
Meet Cheryl Engber
 
Coupons
 
Robert Wise: Shadowlands
Wes Gehring's new biography examines the life of the iconic Hoosier movie director.
Irwin-Sweeney-Miller Family Collection
 
A Billy the Kid Mystery Solved
 
IHS Offers Online Access to Historic Newspaper Pages
 
Clowes Family Collection Now Available
 
New Technology Reveals Document Secrets
 
You Are There 1904: Picture This
 
Indiana Photo Studios Looked Beyond the Portrait
 
Then in the Now
 
2014 Member Trip Reg Form
 
Crown Hill: History, Spirit, Sanctuary
This beautiful coffee table book is a finalist for ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year in the Regional category.
Case Study: J.C. Allen and Son Collection, Indiana State Fair Photographs, 1926-1952
 
J.C. Allen
 
You Are There: That Ayres Look
 
2015 Awards Packet
 
Hoosier Salon 2015
See the best in Indiana art July 30 through Sept. 26
You Are There 1816: Indiana Joins the Nation
 
A Visual Journey: From AIDS to Marriage Equality
An exhibit Oct. 10 through Nov. 14 features the photos of Mark A. Lee.
The Carter Journals
 
Mapping Indiana - The Exhibit
 
The Magic of the Dunes in Art and Photography
 
Binford On and Off the Track
 
Digital Collections Continue to Grow
IHS staff members are adding to the digital collections constantly, but some of the recent additions are particularly noteworthy.
Ransom Family Papers Tell Business and Civil Rights Stories
The Ransom Family Papers collection is an important source for anyone studying 20th-century African-American business and civil rights leadership in Indianapolis.
You Are There 1948: Communities Can!
 
Indiana Impressions: The Art of T.C. Steele
T.C. Steele Shines in Exhibit, Book and Storytelling Event
Indy's Iconic Architecture: A History
 
The Weather Challenge
Protecting our original maps
Meet Stan Hurt
Stan Hurt is a longtime and active member of IHS. He and his wife, Sandy, donated a set of photographs of his grandfather’s Fort Wayne photo studio and then helped us create You Are There 1904: Picture This.
You Are There 1948: Communities Can!
 
You Are There 1948: Communities Can!
 
You Are There 1948: Communities Can!
 
You Are There 1948: Communities Can!
 
You Are There 1948: Communities Can!
 
You Are There 1948: Communities Can!
 
You Are There 1948: Communities Can!
 
Children's Express/Y-Press Legacy Project
 
Destination Indiana Gets a Bicentennial Upgrade
The History Center’s popular Destination Indiana exhibit is becoming bigger than ever with a technology upgrade and adding new state stories to its “journeys” content this spring.
The 500 and the Photographer
Charles Bretzman was the first official photographer of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Meet Jenna Wachtmann
Meet Jenna Wachtmann the Program Officer at Balls Brothers Foundation.
Coupon WTHR
 
You Are There 1948: Communities Can!
 
IHS Seeks Nominations for Annual Awards
 
IHS Awards Packet and Nomination Form 2016
 
Registration Member Trip Fall 2016
The 2016 member trip will visit Civil War sites along the Mississippi River and historic New Orleans.
2016 IHS Member Fall Trip - Civil War on the Mississippi
 
Summer Fun
Free Admission Thursdays and Concerts on the Canal are Back!