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Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016

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Legacy Projects > 200 Years of Indiana Postal History-A Showcase 200 Years of Indiana Postal History-A Showcase

The Indiana Stamp Club’s annual Indyplex stamp show is a free, educational public display of more than 1,000 pages in approximately 20 separate exhibits spanning 200 years of Indiana postal history. It demonstrates changes in mail over centuries, including territorial and early statehood letters, Camp Morton and Civil War era mail, individual city studies, early college mail, machine cancels, rural free delivery, rail and air mail, WWII, picture postcards, first-day covers, and revenue stamps. The show is October 6-8 at the Exposition Center at the Hamilton County Fa8irgrounds, 2003 Pleasant St., Noblesville, IN. Hours are 10-5 on Friday & Saturday, and 10-3 on Sunday. Free admission for all.