What kind of records can I find in the Indiana State Archives?

Published 12/18/2007 08:52 AM   |    Updated 07/06/2015 07:32 AM

What kind of records can I find in the Indiana State Archives?

The Indiana State Archives collects records of historical value from all branches of Indiana state and local government, including governmental history, census and naturalization records for families, selected medical, military and criminal records, records of land ownership, maps, blueprints and photographs. Visit the Collections Page for a much more detailed listing, including links to online exhibits and electronic indexes of selected records where available, or visit the Archives in person at 6440 East 30th Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46219.

You can also e-mail the State Archives at arc@icpr.in.gov or call 317-591-5222 for more information.

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