This is the Spring 2014, issue of Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History magazine, Volume 26, Number 2. A view of a labyrinth built by the Harmonie Society and created by the New Harmony Memorial Commission in 1939 is on the front cover.
This local history magazine contains articles and images of people and events in Indiana and the surrounding area.
Editor’s Page: “That Wonder of the West” by Amanda S. Bryden and Connie A. Weinzapfel
Why New Harmony is World Famous
Heavenly Creatures – A century of Harmonist Entrepreneurship, 1803-1903
A Broad Stroke – New Harmony’s Artistic Legacy
An Angel’s Footprints, Funky Folk Art and a List of Dirty Laundry A Typical Day In Utopia – Covering the New Harmony Centennial
New Harmony, Indiana – Three Great Experiments in Community
Science In Utopia – New Harmony’s Naturalist Legacy
Images of Indiana
This magazine is used but in very good condition. This magazine is complete and does not contain address label.
Title: Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History
Publisher: Indiana Historical Society
Place: Indianapolis, IN
Date of Publication: Spring 2014
Number of Pages: 56
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches
Condition: Very Good