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The most photographed and the least documented - Collecting photographs – May 11, 2017
Thinking about collecting and preserving images that are born digital is important, especially when so much never leaves the digital world.
From the Cataloger's Desk: Celebrating the Beauty of Nature – May 4, 2017
Spring is in full swing at the IHS library!
Volunteer and Grandson Preserve Family Records – April 25, 2017
IHS Press volunteer, Roger Lawton, recently took on preserving the Lawton Family Bible and got his grandson involved in family history.
Hot Off The Press: Campaign Crossroads – April 24, 2017
The IHS Press’s new book, Campaign Crossroads: Presidential Politics in Indiana from Lincoln to Obama, looks back over the varied, sometimes important, sometimes irrelevant, but always interesting presidential cycles in the state’s history.
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What's Happening

Ethnic Eats – May 23
Middle Eastern Food 101
Concerts on the Canal – May 25
Thursday nights are heating up in downtown Indy as we look forward to our summer tradition!
The Donut Club – May 26
Last Call – May 31
Indy's LGBT Bar History
Grave Matters Cemetery Walking Tour: Western Indiana – June 1
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