(from the Carnegie Center web site)
Landmarks Through the Viewfinder
50 Years of Preservation in Southern Indiana
July 23-August 21, 2010
Opening Reception Friday July 23, 6-8 pm
The Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, Indiana, is pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibit, Landmarks Through the Viewfinder: 50 Years of Preservation in Southern Indiana, on display July 23 through August 21, 2010. To celebrate Indiana Landmarks' 50th anniversary in 2010, the organization's Southern Regional Office in Jeffersonville created a traveling exhibit of photographs depicting historic structures in Southern Indiana. Landmarks Through the Viewfinder features photographs of landmarks in Clark, Crawford, Dearborn, Dubois, Floyd, Gibson, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Orange, Posey, Ripley, Vanderburgh, Warrick, and Washington counties, and New Albany architectural remnants including the Scribner Park Fireman, a stone finial from the post office, parts of the original steeples from St. Mary’s and St. Marks Churches, and marble flooring from the Floyd County Courthouse. Of special interest to local visitors may be the photographs of nearby subjects: the Colgate Clock and the Howard Steamboat Mansion, both in Jeffersonville, IN; Culbertson Mansion in New Albany, IN; Polly’s Freeze in Georgetown, IN; and the Big Four Bridge connecting Jeffersonville and Louisville, KY.