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Following a recently announced $10.9 million grant to support necessary core renovations at Indiana University’s world-class rare books library, Lilly Endowment Inc. will now provide an additional $500,000 to help IU commission an inspirational and iconic cycle of murals.
Herman Wells’ marvelous memoir, Being Lucky (1980), has never been published in full. Many recollections were cut from the book but survive in the University Archives. Bob and B.J. Kaufman are helping IU Press tell the whole story.