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1800-1860
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Indiana Icon Photographs – Little Cedar Grove Baptist Church, Cedar Grove, Franklin County, Indiana; Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Basilica, Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana. View Image
Indianapolis Icon Curriculum, Young Ladies Seminary, Indianapolis, 1843. [Ip* 376 bi, 21 no. 2, 1843, Indiana State Library]. View Image
Indiana Icon Insane Asylum, drawing by Christian Schrader, [Indiana State Library]. View Image


The Civil War, 1860-1865
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Indianapolis Icon James B. Simmons, The Cause and Cure of the Rebellion; or How Far the People of the Loyal States Are Responsible for the War. Indianapolis: Werden Company, 1861. [Ip 252 S592 no. 1, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indiana Icon “To Christians in Slaveholding States, by The Synod of Indiana,” 1844. View Image
Indianapolis Icon The Colonizationist, May 1847. [IpQ 325.3 no. 1, v.2, no. 2, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indiana Icon The Reveille, 24 February 1864, New Albany, IN. [I* 973.776 R449, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indianapolis Icon “The Church Must be Revolutionized,” Indiana Freeman, 23 November 1844. View Image
Indiana Icon Photograph: Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument. View Image


1865-1920 (excluding World War I)
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Indianapolis Icon Photographs, St. John’s Cathedral, Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, and Second Church of Christ Scientist. View Image
Indiana Icon Indiana Baptist Convention, “The Foreign Problem in Northwest Indiana.” View Image
Indianapolis Icon Second Annual Report, Immigrants’ Aid Association, Indianapolis, IN, 1912-13. View Image
Indiana Icon Rev. John Merritte Driver, Samson and Shylock; or A Preacher’s Plea for the Workingman (1891). View Image
Indianapolis Icon “Speech of the Honorable Gilbert De La Matyr to the Indiana General Assembly. View Image
Indiana Icon Declaration of Principles, Women’s Christian Temperance Union of Indiana [Ip178, no. 93, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indianapolis Icon Summer Mission for Sick Children, 1902/03, 1911/12. View Image


World War I, 1914-1920
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Indiana Icon Charity Dye, A Suggestive Outline for the Celebration of Peace Day, May 18, 1912 (1912). View Image
Indianapolis Icon Letter, J.K. Lilly to William Fortune, 19 February 1917, in Benjamin D. Hitz, ed., Base Hospital No. 32 (1922). [I 940.47 H676h, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indiana Icon “A Tentative Program of Alternative Service for Friends,” The American Friend, 19 April 1917. [I 289.6 A512f, v.5, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indianapolis Icon Photographs, First Baptist Church and Indiana World War Memorial [Bass Collection, #224259F, Indiana Historical Society]. View Image


1920-1939
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Indiana Icon George B. Lockwood, "Genuine Pacifism or Something Else," n.d. [Ip 815 L817, no. 1, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indianapolis Icon “The Indianapolis Churches and the Washington Conference,” Indianapolis Star, 5 November 1921; View Image
Indiana Icon Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Assembly of the Indiana District of the Church of the Nazarene, 1923. [I 289.9 C561p 1923, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indianapolis Icon Rev. Frank S.C. Wicks, “The Liberal Opportunity,” a sermon delivered in All Souls Unitarian Church, April 22, 1928 [Ip 252 W637 no 11, Indiana State Library]; View Image
Indiana Icon Indiana Baptist Convention, Proceedings of the One Hundredth Anniversary, October 1933 [I 286 I 385c 1929-1933, Indiana State Library]; View Image
Indianapolis Icon Report, Lilly Endowment Inc., 1956. [Ip 60 no. 1] View Image
Indiana Icon Proceedings of the Ninety-sixth Anniversary Session of the Indiana Baptist Convention, October 1929 [I 286 I385c 1924-1933, Indiana State Library]; View Image
Indianapolis Icon 25th Anniversary Program, Church Federation of Indianapolis, May 1937. [Ip 280 no. 7, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indiana Icon Proceedings of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Indiana Baptist Convention, 1933, p. 29 [I286 I385c 1929-1933, Indiana State Library]; View Image
Indianapolis Icon Excerpts, “My Postlude,” from E. Howard Cadle, How I Came Back (Indianapolis, IN: Cadle Tabernacle, 1932), pp. 162-164. [I923 C1245h 1932] View Image


World War II, 1939-1945
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Indiana Icon Minutes, Indiana Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1934, p. 390. [I 287.6 I385 ic 1934, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indianapolis Icon Louis Ludlow, "A Proposed Twenty-second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States," The Indiana Teacher, Vol. 82, No. 4, December 1937: 8-9. [Ip 342.73 no. 2, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indiana Icon Excerpt -- Guy L. Hershberger, "A Message to Mennonites and Other Non-Resistant Christians," in War, Peace, and Nonresistance (1944). [I289.7 H572w 1944, Indiana State Library] View Image
Indianapolis Icon Central Indiana Institute on the Study of the Churches and a Just and Durable Peace, “The Church and the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace,” November 1942. View Image
Indiana Icon “Indiana’s Negro in the War,” from Civilian Defense in Indiana [I940.53 I385m, no. 1, Indiana State Library]; View Image


1945-1960
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Indianapolis Icon “2 Observances Due Tomorrow,” Indianapolis News, 6 February 1954, p. 4 View Image
Indiana Icon “Cause and Effect,” The Indiana Anti-Saloon League. View Image


1960-Present
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Indianapolis Icon Indianapolis Draft Project (1969). View Image
Indiana Icon Indiana Council of Churches, “Equality—Where God’s Law and Man’s Law Meet” View Image
Indianapolis Icon “A Statement on Indianapolis School Board Decision on Scripture Reading and Prayer by the Board of Directors of the Church Federation of Greater Indianapolis to Its Member Churches,” Dec. 1963. [Ip 377.1, no. 3, Indiana State Library]; View Image
Indiana Icon Photographs: Columbus church buildings View Image