Raised in Boswell, Tony Trimble brought the compassion and humanity of small town Indiana to his work as a psychologist at the Indiana Youth Center in Plainfield, his current work as a history professor at Ivy Tech, and as a well educated citizen of the world.
Not too long ago a trio of young girls learned about leadership, creativity and the joys of playing in the natural environs along the White River in Noblesville. As told by Victoria Aline Houghtalen.
An unlocked farmhouse in Morgan County. A blizzard in April 1960. Dozens of people without power, water or food. What did they do? Diana Chamness tells the story.
John Carl Trimble tells a 150 year-old story about how a great, great, strong-willed Aunt held off Morgan’s Raiders with a country breakfast at the family farm in Carlisle, Indiana.
Carol Ann Brown tells about how a simple choice may have saved her father’s life when tragedy struck the river town of Gossport, Indiana,
Gay Burkhart talks about Indianapolis and Westfield in the 1940’s, coal furnaces, tin can phones, and telephone party-line etiquette.
Ophelia Wellington talks about creating Freetown Village as a new, innovative way for people to learn about self-reliant African American communities in Indiana through interactive theatre.
Joyce Anne Werry tells of attending a one-room-school-house in her home town of Hartford City, Indiana.