New Museum Hours

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We are happy to announce that the Debs House is now operating on a more regular schedule.  The House is now open Wednesday through Saturday each week.  Many, many thanks to Debbie Sitarski, a former Debs Scholar and student of Charles King, who called to volunteer.  Instead of volunteering, we hired her part-time.  She’s completed […]

Indiana Bicentennial, the Book, Hits the Streets

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A new book relating the history of Indiana has been freshly published. This one gives vignettes about 400 people and businesses that formed the state and is readable in 10-minute increments. It starts with the mound builders, Fort Ouiatenon, George Rogers Clark, William Henry Harrison and Chief Little Turtle and goes through two major wars, […]

Eugene V. Debs and the American Movement (May 13)

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SCREENING: “Eugene V. Debs and the American Movement” SPEAKERS: Noel Beasley, President – Workers United, SEIU; President, Eugene V. Debs Foundation Lisa Phillips, Associate Professor of History, Indiana State University WHEN: Wednesday, May 13, 2015 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. WHERE: Lithographers’ Hall, 113 University Place (just below 13th Street), 3rd Floor, NYC Admission is free […]