• Posted in: Historic Miscellania Early Indianapolis and Indiana Photography

    With the help of smart phones, people have the ability to take decent quality photographs at a moment’s notice–quite different than 100 or so years ago. In today’s technologically advanced environment, it can be difficult to understand...

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  • Posted in: Ladies Lounge Road Trip: Vintage Fashion in Pattern

    “Want to write about fashion from a historical perspective…?” Pattern  Editor-in-Chief, Polina Osherov queried this past fall. If you weren’t aware, Indy has an emerging interest in fashion and Pattern is an organization dedicated to “Uniting...

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  • Posted in: IndyView Revisited IndyView Revisited: The Circle, 1942

    A blustery rainstorm blew through Indianapolis in January, 1942. Photographer John Vachon was in Indy on assignment for the Farm Security Administration, and he chose to document street scenes with his small rangefinder Leica as...

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