Host Tom Roznowski explores evocative scenes captured by the Cirkut camera. Join us as we travel to the early 1900s Indiana to connect with our Hoosier ancestors.
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.
In an unknown time or place, a grand circus came to an Indiana town, featuring exotic animals, valiant warriors, and mysteries still left to the imagination.
Before professional leagues became a mainstay in American culture, local baseball teams provided a much-needed source of entertainment and emotional relief.
The latest installment of Memory Chain examines a time and place where young children were forced to deal with the realities of life apart from their families.
Memory Chain explores the 8th annual gathering of the Men's Apparel Club of Indianapolis, held in 1925, as the nation continued to heal after World War I.
Explore the mystery of harmonics with the National Association of Piano Tuners and discover the haunting melodies of the wind as created by the Aeolian Harp.
The newest segment of Memory Chain begins with a 19th Century German poem and brings us to the winter landscapes of Indiana for a rare encounter with nature.