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Historic Preservation & Archaeology > Public Outreach > Conferences & Workshops > Preserving Historic Places: Indiana's Statewide Preservation Conference > Cornelius O'Brien Lecture Series Cornelius O'Brien Lecture Series

Indiana University's Cornelius O'Brien Lecture Series provides funding to assist organizations throughout the state with the costs of paying for speakers to address subjects related to historic preservation. Indiana University is proud to sponsor the Cornelius O'Brien Lecture Series as part of its commitment to education and service to the people of Indiana. For more information, or to apply for funding, write to Cornelius O'Brien Lecture Series, 425 University Boulevard, 327 Cavanaugh Hall, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46202; phone, 317-274-2716.

The lecture series was established by Mr. O'Brien's daughter, Mary (Mrs. John Timberlake Gibson), of Washington. D.C., from whom it has continued to receive generous support and permanent endowment since 1984. For many years the series enjoyed special assistance from the late Mrs. Cornelius O'Brien as well.

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