“Building a Nation” Limestone Photo Exhibit

Join us for the opening reception of Building a Nation: Indiana Limestone Photograph Exhibit, May 29th from 5 pm to 7:30 pm at the Wylie House Museum Education Center, located at 307 E. 2nd St., Bloomington, Indiana. The exhibit features historical photographs of Indiana limestone quarries, mills, and building sites from around the country and showcases the important legacy that Indiana limestone played in the architectural and social history of the United States. Duncan Campbell, a retired professor in Ball State’s architectural program with extensive experience in historic preservation, will give a presentation at 6 pm. The exhibit and reception are open to the public and admission is free.

The exhibit will remain up for the entire month of June. This event is part of Limestone Month, a series of activities and events highlighting the industry, architecture, artistry and heritage along the Indiana Limestone Heritage Trail. Sponsors of this event are Indiana Geological Survey, Wylie House Museum – IU Libraries, and Visit Bloomington.
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