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  • HistoricIndianapolis.com (540)
    HIís mission is to ignite interest, create conversation and and spark action about and in Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • History of Indianapolis and Marion County, Indiana (68)
    HISTORY
    OF
    INDIANAPOLIS
    AND
    MARION COUNTY,
    INDIANA

    by

    B. R. SULGROVE

    PHILADELPHIA:
    L.H. EVERTS & CO.
    1884.
  • HomeArea dot com (54)
    Statistical View Of Lawrence and surrounding communities
    "HomeArea.com - Local Housing, Demographic and Financial Data"
    Thanks Linda!
  • House History Aid (58)
    For the beginner, writing the biography of your home is a challenge. The steps in this guide will help you get started and will open the path for further exploration.
  • Indian Lake Improvement Association (74)
    Indian Lake is hidden in the northeast corner of Marion County, on the outskirts of Indianapolis. It's a 60 acre private lake, created in 1928 by damming Indian Creek, a tributary to Fall Creek. Prior to the creation of Geist Reservoir in 1943, Indian Lake was the largest body of water in central Indiana.
  • IUPUI University Library (109)
    The Mission of the IUPUI University Library is to:

    INFORM the IUPUI campus and wider community of learners through our educational resources, technologies, and expertise.
    CONNECT people with our resources, our services and each other.
    TRANSFORM the lives of our community members by facilitating discovery, creativity, teaching, learning and research. University Library actively partners in the transformation of information to new and more accessible formats.
  • mastodon DIGITAL OBJECT NETWORK (128)
    mastodon DIGITAL OBJECT NETWORK --- Preserving Information From Extinction
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    Welcome to an array of images, documents, video, music and data, collected and organized by Walter E. Helmke Library, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW).
    The collections assembled here are intended to foster an understanding and appreciation of our university, Fort Wayne and Northeast Indiana. They document the history and development of the area as well as the endeavors and activities of its citizens today.

    Collection themes range from performances, programs and events held at IPFW to archival collections developed in cooperation with community partners such as the Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical Society.
    We invite you to browse our digital repository. Various forms and additional information about mDON can be viewed in the "About mDON" collection.
    Please respect the intellectual and artistic property shared here by abiding the Reproduction and Use guidelines provided.
  • National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (527)
    The Oaklandon Historic District is located in the northeast corner of awrence Township in northeastern Marion County, and encompasses a ortion of the mid-19th century settlement known as Oaklandon. Located pproximately 14 miles northeast of downtown Indianapolis, the aklandon area is currently a part of the city of Lawrence, which annexed t along with other unincorporated parts of the township in 1976.
    When Oaklandon was established in 1849 along the route of the Indianapolis and Bellefontaine Railroad, it was surrounded by farms and vacant land; now it is enveloped by the urban sprawl of Indianapolis and Lawrence. Late-20th century housing developments, ...
  • Wabash Visions & Voices (122)


    A Digital Memory Project is dedicated to the documentation and the preservation of the region's history and heritage in print, pictures, and sound.

    As a collaborative effort involving the libraries, museums, cultural organizations and community groups, the project provides free access to its digital collection via the internet and promotes remembrance and lifelong learning for all Hoosiers.

    Wabash Visions & Voices focuses on the Wabash Valley region in west central Indiana and east central Illinois. The digital collection contains artifacts, administrative and personal papers, manuscripts, photographs, texts, yearbooks, maps, oral histories, and other audio/video files. Genealogical resources are not included.