This is the Summer 2000, issue of Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History magazine, Volume 12, Number 3. This award-winning local history magazine is published quarterly by the Indiana Historical Society. An image from Indiana State Board of Health that reflects views during the reign of John N. Hurty, Health Commissioner, from 1896 to 1922 is on the cover.
Editor’s Page: “The Land That God Forgot” by Ray E. Boomhower
Unexpected Journey: Evansville’s Marine Corps Reserve and the Korean War
How to Get a Date with Fate: From The 1600 Killers: A Wake-up Call for Congress
The Indiana Gas Boom and Its Legacies
Destination Indiana: The Sieberling Mansion
The Most Useful Citizen of Indiana”: John N. Hurty and the Public Health Movement
Indiana Bookshelf: American Dreamer: Sister Carrie at One Hundred
This magazine is used but in good condition. There are light scratches on the front and back cover. This magazine is complete and does not contain address label.
Title: Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Place: Indianapolis, IN
Date of Publication: Summer 2000
Number of Pages: 48
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches