This is the Spring 2000, issue of Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History magazine, Volume 12, Number 2. This local history magazine contains articles and images of people and events in Indiana and the surrounding area. This issue features Ernie Pyle at Indiana University.
Editor’s Page: “Such Monstrous Infinity” by Ray Boomhower
Ernie Pyle at Indiana University by Ruth Padget Albright
Vagabond from Indiana by Ernie Pyle
“Bowers! Bowers! He is Ours!”: From Spokesman for Democracy: Claude G. Bowers, 1878 – 1958
Indiana’s Ten Most Endangered Landmarks by Tina Connor
Penrod and Politics: Booth Tarkington’s Legislative Career by Ray Boomhower
Focus: “- and ladies of the club”: The Indianapolis Woman’s Club at 125 by by Leigh Darby
A Woman in Country Journalism: From Emma Speaks Out: Life and Writings of Emma Molloy (1839 – 1907) by Martha M. Pickrell
This magazine is used but in good condition. There is a light fold at the lower open corner of the back cover and a few of the preceding pages. This magazine is clean and complete and is without an address label.
Title: Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Place: Indianapolis, IN
Date of Publication: Spring 2000
Number of Pages: 48
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches