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Histroy Revealed
Ongoing on the 1st of each Month.

Learn how mental illness has been historically thought of and treated from staff at the Indiana Medical History Museum. Free/members; included with museum admission for nonmembers. Learn how mental illness has been historically thought of and treated from staff at the Indiana Medical History Museum. Free/members; included with museum admission for nonmembers.
Times:7:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Where:Indiana State Museum
650 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis IN 46204
Additional Info:Website: http://www.in.gov/ism/index.aspx
Phone: 232-1637

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1898: Paul Robeson, actor and activist.
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