In the 1970s, the owner of an Aurora plumbing business was easily recognized in town for the red Eldorado Cadillac convertible she always drove.
In 1879, William Niles Wishard ushered in a pivotal period in City Hospital’s history that coincided with the beginning of the scientific medical revolution.
Mexican migrants to the Calumet Region in the 1920s began to form their own fraternal benefit societies, already popular in their native country.
School children in pioneer Indiana enjoyed one holiday tradition that teachers will most likely be thankful they no longer have to endure.
Purdue President Winthrop Stone accepted personal responsibility for reforming not only academics, but also students' moral character.