Tom Roznowski explores the lasting impact of moments captured from the turn of the 20th century in the latest installment of the Memory Chain series.
In 1922, before the car became Terre Haute's main mode of transportation, George Kessler proposed a thirty-mile boulevard, featuring bicycle lanes and parks.
Prior to achieving statehood in 1816, 90% of Indiana was covered in virgin forest, providing a supportive natural environment for both plants and animals.
In the early 20th century, farmers and hunters provided dinner tables with taste sensations that these days might challenge even the most adventurous gourmand.
After becoming interested in military history as a child, Brian Mundell began collecting military memorabilia, creating Terre Haute's only memorial museum.
For over 150 years, the Clabber Girl baking powder has been a staple in America's kitchen; today, cooks can learn more at the Clabber Girl culinary school!
Erica joins Clabber Girl's culinary chef, Brittany Molinder, in the company's teaching kitchen to learn how to make 'Rosemary and Apple Goat Cheese Crostini."
An award-winning organization, Art Spaces of the Wabash Valley has spent the past decade creating 14 incredible outdoor sculptures throughout Terre Haute!
In promotion of the 1948 film, "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House," GE teamed with RKO Studios to build 76 homes across the country, including Terre Haute!
Since he was four years old, Bill Wolfe knew he wanted to be an artist; today, his stunning, life-size bronze sculptures can be seen throughout the country.