This is the Spring 1997, issue of Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History Magazine, Vol. 9, Number 2. This award-winning local history magazine is published quarterly by the Indiana Historical Society. There is a photograph of Alice Gray along with a detail of Butterfly Weed by Frank V. Dudley on the cover.
Editors’ Page: What Goes Around Come Around by Kent Calder
A Voice for Those From Below: John Bartlow Martin, Reporter
“The Most Rabid of Hoosiers’: Meredith Nicholson
Child of the Northwest Wind: Alice Gray and “Diana of the Dunes”
Focus: Sketching the Dunes: The Life and Work of Earl H. Reed
Anakapia: “Our Protector” of the Treaty of Greenville
The Club with a Reputation: A History of the DeKalb County Boxing Club
This magazine is used but in very good condition. This magazine is complete and does not contain address label.
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Place: Indianapolis, IN
Date of Publication: Spring 1997
Number of Pages: 48
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches
Condition: Very Good