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Synopsis: Based on Ray Boomhower's regular column in "Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History" by the same name, "Destination Indiana" highlights many of the beautiful and fascinating public historic sites located throughout Indiana and the many people who brought these places prominence. Boomhower joins forces with notable Indianapolis photographer Darryl Jones to bring to life 25 historic sites as diverse as the James Whitcomb Riley home, the Indiana Medical History Museum, New Harmony, T. C. Steele State Historic Site, and the General Lew Wallace Study. Each essay offers a wealth of carefully researched information and striking photos with which to better understand and appreciate each of these historically rich sites.
About the Author: RAY E. BOOMHOWER has been with the Indiana Historical Society since 1987. He is currently managing editor of the Society's popular history magazine, Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History. A former reporter with the Rensselaer Republican and Anderson Herald newspapers, he received his master's degree in United States history from Indiana University, Indianapolis, in 1995. He is the author of the biographies, Jacob Piatt Dunn, Jr.: A Life in History and Politics, 1855-1924 (1997) and The Country Contributor: The Life and Times of Juliet V. Strauss (1998).
DARRYL JONES, an Indianapolis native and photographer, is perhaps best known for his photography for the books Indiana and Indianapolis and for his postcards picturing Indiana. Jones also provided the photographs for the Society publication A Simple and Vital Design: The Story of the Indiana Post Office Murals (1995).
Title: Destination Indiana: Travels through Hoosier...
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Publication Date: 2000
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