Student Life at IU in the 1800s: Fall 2014 Wylie House Speakers Series

October 3rd 2014 @ 3:00pm
Morton C. Bradley Jr. Education Center
317 E. Second St.
Bloomington, IN 47403

Student life in the 19th century was vastly different from what today’s college students experience. What was Bloomington like when they finally – and it usually was “finally” – arrived? Who were these pioneers at Indiana? Where did they live? What were classes like and what did students do on their downtime? Wylie House Museum is delighted to welcome you to its Fall Speakers Series for this talk by Dina Kellams, IU Archives.

Please join us for a series of talks by local experts discussing 19th-century topics related to IU history, the state of Indiana, and domestic life. All of these talks are free and will be held at the Wylie House's Morton C. Bradley Jr. Education Center, located at 317 E. 2nd St. For more information, please e-mail libwylie@indiana.edu or call 812-855-6224.

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Today's Hours

10:00am - 2:00pm All hours

Contact Info

Wylie House Museum
307 E. 2nd St.
Bloomington, IN 47401
(812)855-6224
Carey Beam
Carey Beam - Director
(812) 856-2353