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Live from Hoosier Homecoming
World War II vets look back
Persian/Iranian heritage in Indiana
Ernie Pyle and John Bartlow Martin, journalists
HIV history in Indiana
Guinness World Records and Hoosiers
James Whitcomb Riley: before he was famous
Historic women's groups
World War I and Indiana
From family grocers to supermarkets
Victorian-era and ethnic holiday traditions
Cafeterias across Indiana
Winona Lake, Warsaw, orthopedics and Grace College
Former Indy Mayor Bill Hudnut
Frank Lloyd Wright and Indiana houses he designed
L.S. Ayres and Company history
Palm Sunday tornado outbreak of 1965
Donald Davidson on the Speedway's 100 years
Old National Road - U.S. 40
Indianapolis Motor Speedway founder Carl Fisher's colorful life
Winter survival skills of pioneers and Native Americans
Indy's crown jewel, the Circle Theatre
Sears kit homes
A town under water: Elkinsville
The blizzard of 1978
(Jan. 16, 2008) - Listen to Survival Tales from the the Blizzard of January 1978 on its 30th anniversary, Jan. 16, 2008.
Craig Widener, former chief operating officer of the Indianapolis chapter of the American Red Cross, shares how the city opened its Red Cross Shelter to stranded Greyhound passengers:
Caller talks about being stranded at O'Malia's grocery store in Carmel:
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