Episode One Thanks and Show Notes

Episode One Show Notes:

Books

Tom Graham and Rachel Graham Cody, Getting Open: The Unknown Story of Bill Garrett and the Integration of College Basketball

Emma Lou Thornbrough, Indiana Blacks in the Twentieth Century

David J Bodenhamer and Hon. Randall T. Shepard, The History of Indiana Law

Newspapers

                The Indianapolis Recorder, Accessed Hoosier State Chronicles

Videos

“1944, January 11 - FDR - Fireside chat #28, - State of the Union - closed captioned.” Youtube.com.

“1947 IHSAA Boys Basketball State Semifinal #2: Shelbyville 54, East Chicago Washington 46.” Youtube.com.

Other

                Integrating Basketball Marker File, Indiana Historical Bureau

Special Thanks

                Tom Graham, Rachel Graham Cody, and Bob Hammell

                Not only did Tom and Rachel co-author the book which formed the foundation for much of the research for this episode, Tom and Bob were co-applicants for the State Historical Marker which will be dedicated at Indiana University in April 2017. If you are interested in this topic, we highly recommend the book Getting Open, as it goes into much more detail about many of the topics we, by necessity, had to brush past.

                Casey Pfeiffer

                Casey is the Marker Program Manager at the Indiana Historical Bureau and compiled much of the research used in this episode. She was always available for me to ask my countless questions about the finer details of the story and for that I am very grateful.

                Jill Weiss

                Jill is the Digital Outreach Manager for the Indiana Historical Bureau. She also serves as my recording engineer, editor, and cheerleader in the recording room.

                Justin Clark

                Justin is a project assistant with the Hoosier State Chronicles newspaper digitization project. In this episode, he played the part of newspaper announcer. If you’re interested in reading historical newspaper articles, visit Hoosier State Chronicles online.