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Indiana Commission on Public Records

ICPR > State Archives > Collections > Finding Aids Finding Aids

Collections in the State Archives are organized by the agency, organization or individual that created the records. There are no subject indexes, but the staff has prepared finding aids which provide access to the collections and which are available to the researcher at the Archives.

Brochures describing sources on women, major family history sources and major genealogical and historical sources for African-American research are available upon request.

Questions?

Contact the Indiana State Archives.

Note: When sending an email to the Indiana State Archives, please be sure to include a very clear subject heading, i.e, Civil War, Soldier's Home, Hospital Records, Morton Telegrams, etc. Emails without a clear subject heading may be mistaken as spam or a potential virus and be filtered out automatically. If you have not received an initial response from the Indiana State Archives within a few weeks, please resubmit your request.