Indiana State Library Foundation
The Indiana State Library Foundation plays an important role in promoting the dissemination of knowledge and information, the cultivation of historical research and individual ancestry, the preservation of valuable historical documents, and the vehicle for the visually impaired to continue their ability to read and hear books. As a partner with the Indiana State Library, the Foundation enables the Library to fulfill its mission and enhance its ability to serve the citizens of Indiana in the preservation of Indiana history. The vision of the Foundation is to enable the Indiana State Library to become the finest State Library in the country.
The Indiana State Library was established in 1825 and houses vast collection with over two million volumes and three million manuscripts, as well as thousands of maps, federal documents, microfilm and more. Just as the Library of Congress serves as the historical repository for our nation, the State Library is responsible for collecting and preserving all types of information and data about Indiana.
You can find out more about the services of the Indiana State Library through their website http://www.in.gov/library/ or call them at 317-232-3675.