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United States Vice-Presidents & Candidates Buried at Crown Hill Cemetery
A Virtual Walk
Please join William McNiece, President of the Marion County Historical Society, Saturday, April 24th at 2 o'clock, for a Virtual Walk visiting six graves at Crown Hill Cemetery.
The six graves have the common feature that each is the grave of a U.S. Vice-President or of an individual who ran for the office of Vice-President.
In addition to images of the graves and the cemetery grounds along the way, the Virtual Walk will contain brief highlights of the lives of these six men.
The Marion County Historical Society (MCHS) is a non-profit organization that was established in 1961 for all those interested in the history and culture of Marion County, Indiana. It was originally formed to advocate for historically significant architecture in downtown Indianapolis, but it now also includes programs and activities that explore and preserve our local heritage.
Through a variety of programs, conferences, grants, and publications, MCHS works to develop community awareness of our past and its impact on the present and future. Recent past programs have included:
Unigov: The Creation of Modern Indianapolis
The Mansions of Marian University
2021 Indianapolis Bicentennial Celebration Plan
The 1918 Pandemic: Indianapolis Confronts the Spanish Influenza
The Extraordinary Life of Janet Flanner
The History of Bobbs-Merrill Company
Board of Directors
President: William L. McNiece, Ph.D.
Secretary: Stephen Lane II
Treasurer: Bill Beck
Ray E. Brown, Jr.
Carol A. Hall
Website: Carl Bates
Marion County Historical Society
P.O. Box 2223
Indianapolis, IN 46206
Marion County Historian:
Please direct your questions to us about Marion County, Indiana local history only. We are not a genealogy society and we have no holdings or archives. For genealogy information, please contact the Indiana Genealogy Society or the Genealogical Society of Marion County.
The Indiana State Library can help you with obituaries and information from old newspapers. Other sources to contact are the Indiana Historical Society and the vertical files in the Indianapolis Public Library branches.
Looking for information on the city of Marion, Indiana? Try the Grant County Historical Society.
To join the Marion County Historical Society, go here.