National Geographic : 1936 Sep
HOOSIER HAUNTS AND HOLIDAYS -u .uil ilc l uiil e r uy vvll alu i. Luiver HOOSIER INVENTIVE GENIUS WAS CONSPICUOUS IN THE EARLY DAYS OF THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY At Kokomo, Elwood Haynes built and drove one of the first "horseless carriages." The Studebaker, Auburn, and Dusenberg are still made in the State. An Indianapolis home. ) National Geographic Society Finlay Photograph by Willard R. Culver LITTLE WOMEN, GRAVE WITH DOMESTIC CARES, PLAY AT HOUSEKEEPING This colonial nursery is preserved intact, being a room on the third floor of historic Lanier Home, now a State museum, at Madison on the Ohio River. Some of the dolls, cradles, and trundle beds are from 80 to 100 years old.