• Posted in: Sunday Ads Sunday Adverts: Black Friday 100 Years Ago

    Do you think “Black Friday” shopping fervor is a recent invention? Think Again! While the earliest known use of “Black Friday” (specifically referring to shopping on the day after Thanksgiving) dates to 1961, the term has...

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  • Posted in: Mailbag HI Mailbag: H. Lieber Co.

    Reader’s Question: I bought a painting at an auction that has a tag on the back of it that says “H. Lieber Co.”  What is the story of that company? ~ Katherine R., formerly of Indianapolis HI’s Answer:...

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  • Posted in: Historic Miscellania Indiana’s S & S War Memorial Sculptor

    A close up view of “The Dying Solider” on the east side of the Solider’s and Sailor’s Monument. Every day, thousands of people pass the Soliders’ and Sailors’ Monument at the heart of downtown Indianapolis....

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  • Posted in: Friday Favorites Friday Favorite: Art History

    110 East 16th Street One look at the building and you just know it’s been an important location for decades. Mature trees, Indiana limestone, sturdy architecture. The near-north side campus, known to most as just “Herron,” boasts...

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