At the core of Hurty’s public health philosophy lay eugenics—he viewed the sick and disabled as financial burdens upon the state.
The car that made good in a day...the Stutz Bearcat.
Although he met his end in front of a Chicago movie house on July 22, 1934, the nation’s first Public Enemy Number One eventually found his way back home again to Indiana. Alongside Eli Lilly, James Whitcomb Riley, and President Benjamin Harrison, legendary gangster John Dillinger is buried in Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis .
Colonel Eli Lilly was a pharmaceutical chemist who had served as a Union officer in the Civil War. Dismayed by the ineffectiveness of the drugs in his day, he started Eli Lilly and Co.