Greater Irvington – Architecture, People And Places On The Indianapolis Eastside 

by Paul Diebold                                                                                                $ 30.00

Mission Accomplished: The Missions Building; Its History and Its People

by Paul Diebold & Julia Fangmeier Ian McCrae                                         $10.00

Shopping at the Bona

Reprint edition of the August 7, 1897 edition of the Indiana Woman. This supplement covers Irvington, Indiana an early suburb on the east side of Indianapolis and the home of Butler University, an early "female college.".

The Indiana Woman Irvington Edition August 7, 1897

by Irvington Historical Society 

Gift Shop


The Irvington Historical Society Gift Shop, located in the Bona Thompson Memorial Center, stocks a variety of books, pamphlets, posters, and memorabilia as regards Irvington and Indiana.

Kile Oak Decorative Tile

Laura Ruetter and Tim Taylor, former Irvington residents, created these unique tiles now available through special arrangement with the Irvington Historical Society. Laura and Tim now have their Arts & Crafts tile workshop in Port Townsend, Washington. They created this stylized study of the Kile Oak as a remembrance of their Irvington years. Hand made and glazed in shades of green, no two are exactly alike. Glazes will vary slightly from this image. To pre-order: send a $15.00 check payable to Irvington Historical Society to Paul Diebold, 66 Johnson Avenue, Indianapolis 46219, or email irvingtonians@gmail.com for more information.

Also available,is a three-tile set, arranged, to present a vertical image of the Kile Oak (available in the four seasons of the year) that is suitable for framing.                                                                                 $ 200.00

Please note that the $ 15.00 dollar price (or $ 200.00 for the three-tile set) is for pick up of a tile at the Gift Shop. If you want the tile shipped to you, please include an additional $ 7.00 for shipping and handling.

Books
William J. Forsyth -- The Life And Work Of An Indiana Artist
by Rachel Berenson Perry                                                                                 $ 35.00

Greater Irvington – Architecture, People And Places On The Indianapolis Eastside
by Paul Diebold                                                                                                $ 30.00

Irvington in 1910: A Year in the Life of an Indianapolis Neighborhood
by William Gulde                                                                                             $ 20.00

George Washington Julian Radical Republican: A Study in Nineteenth Century Politics and Reform
by Patrick W. Riddleberger                                                                             $ 5.00

The Golden Age Of Indianapolis Theaters
by Howard Caldwell                                                                                        $ 30.00

Skirting The Issue: Stories Of Indiana's Historical Women Artists
by Judith Vale Newton and Carol Ann Weiss                                                 $ 50.00

The Edge Of Town: Painting The Indiana Scene 1932 - 1948
by the Indianapolis Art League                                                                      $ 20.00

Mission Accomplished: The Missions Building; Its History And Its People
By Ian McCrae, Paul Diebold, and Julia Fangmeier                                      $ 10.00

Other Items

Irvington Attache', black with red "Irvington" text on it 
(includes shoulder strap)                                                                                $ 15.00

Replica Map of the Town Of Irvington, 1889                                                $ 40.00

Replica of the Original Plat of Irvington                                                        $ 20.00

If you wish to purchase via U. S. Mail, please mail your check to the:
Irvington Historical Society
5350 East University Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46219-7009

There is a $ 7.00 shipping and handling fee for each order (fee is waived, if you pick up the item at the Gift Shop).

The Gift Shop is open during the Bona Thompson Memorial Center's normal business hours.


Books
William J. Forsyth -- The Life And Work Of An Indiana Artist
by Rachel Berenson Perry                                                                                 $ 35.00



Irvington in 1910: A Year in the Life of an Indianapolis Neighborhood
by William Gulde                                                                                             $ 20.00

George Washington Julian Radical Republican: A Study in Nineteenth Century Politics and Reform
by Patrick W. Riddleberger                                                                             $ 5.00

The Golden Age Of Indianapolis Theaters
by Howard Caldwell                                                                                        $ 30.00

Skirting The Issue: Stories Of Indiana's Historical Women Artists
by Judith Vale Newton and Carol Ann Weiss                                                 $ 50.00

The Edge Of Town: Painting The Indiana Scene 1932 - 1948
by the Indianapolis Art League                                                                      $ 20.00

Mission Accomplished: The Missions Building; Its History And Its People
By Ian McCrae, Paul Diebold, and Julia Fangmeier                                      $ 10.00

Other Items

Irvington Attache', black with red "Irvington" text on it 
(includes shoulder strap)                                                                                $ 15.00

Replica Map of the Town Of Irvington, 1889                                                $ 40.00

Replica of the Original Plat of Irvington                                                        $ 20.00

If you wish to purchase via U. S. Mail, please mail your check to the:
Irvington Historical Society
5350 East University Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46219-7009

There is a $ 7.00 shipping and handling fee for each order (fee is waived, if you pick up the item at the Gift Shop).

The Gift Shop is open during the Bona Thompson Memorial Center's normal business hours.