During the 1920s and 1930s, the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Company achieved worldwide notoriety through their industry-changing innovations and designs.
Founded in 1961, the Allen County Public Library's Genealogy Center has become the largest public center in the country, featuring over 1.1 million volumes!
Founded in 2010, the Fort Wayne Curling Club has the only dedicated curling facility in Indiana, attracting elite curlers worldwide to their annual bonspiels!
In 1941, Fort Wayne piston magnate, Fred Zollner, created Indiana's first professional basketball team, the Zollner Pistons, eventually launching the NBA.
Wanting a unique, yet functional way to build a passive solar home, Batesville metal artist Chaz Kaiser opted for an underground dome home.
After being saved by seven men from Shirley, Indiana, the 1879 Jane Ross Reeves Octagon House is one of only five remaining octagon homes in the state.
In 1934, Evansville's Wes Peters built what is considered the prototype for Usonian architecture before becoming Frank Lloyd Wright's lifelong chief engineer.
After seeing his home in a vision, Daniel Gobin has spent over 40 years building his 9,000 square foot dodecagon home, featuring sacred geometry and pyramid.
For almost 50 years, Charlie and Lorethea Hamke ran their homemade candy shop from home; today, the tradition continues, featuring their famed caramel corn.
After leaving Vincennes at 14 years old, Red Skelton became a comedic icon, entertaining worldwide audiences for 70 years; his legacy continues at the museum.
After becoming Governor of the Indiana Territory, William Henry Harrison moved to Vincennes, building the iconic Grouseland estate as a symbol and a home.