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  • means a service establishment that may offer a wide variety of household and business equipment, furniture, and materials for rental. Does not include construction equipment rental, which is separately defined.
  • A state in the eastern central US; pop. 6,080,485; capital, Indianapolis; statehood, Dec. 11, 1816 (19). It was colonized by the French in the early 1700s and ceded to Britain in 1763. It passed to the US in 1783 by the Treaty of Paris
  • a state in midwestern United States
  • SS Indiana was an iron passenger-cargo steamship built by William Cramp & Sons in 1873. The third of a series of four Pennsylvania-class vessels, Indiana and her three sister ships - Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois - were the largest iron ships ever built in the United States at the time of
  • Indiana is a U.S. state, admitted to the Union as the 19th on December 11, 1816. It is located in the Midwestern United States and Great Lakes Region, and with approximately 6.3 million residents, is ranked 16th in population and 17th in population density.
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The Indiana Way: A State History
The Indiana Way: A State History
"This is a splendid example of how to write well balanced, highly readable state history." -- The Old Northwest
"Madison has succeeded as have few other authors of state histories in blending modern scholarly concerns with the traditional narrative historiography of his state. This book is in many ways a model state history." -- Choice
"Neither too detailed and provincial, nor too broad and comparative, The Indiana Way adopts an integrated analytical approach, but also includes some narrative and biography." -- Journal of American History

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Video: Howard Anderson Optical Printer (influential in making of Star Wars, and other movies)
Video: Howard Anderson Optical Printer (influential in making of Star Wars, and other movies)
The sign reads: Not much is known about the Anderson Printer before ILM purchased it from Paramount Pictures in 1975. It had been used for the optical compositing for Cecil B. DeMille's "The Ten Commandments" in 1956, and shots for Alfred Hitchcock's "North by Northwest" in 1959. The printer fell out of popularity as use of the VistaVision format waned. VistaVision is a method of shooting a 35mm negative horizontally (8 perforations), double the size of a typical upright negative. In order to project a VistaVision movie, a special projector was necessary; one that lay on its side. The cost of the new equipment and higher costs of processing film made VistaVision an impractical format for film. Though the quality of an 8-perf image was decidedly better than the more popular 35mm, the use of VistaVision decreased in both production and post production. When Panavision introduced superior anamorphic lenses available for rental, Paramount and other studios used the wide screen technology without needing VistaVision. When George Lucas began planning a high budget science-fiction thriller [Star Wars, 1977], he needed a printer capable of duplicating images time and time again with as little image quality loss as possible. His optical supervisors convinced him to buy the inexpensive VistaVision equipment, including the Anderson, from the Howard Anderson Optical Company on the Paramount Lot. Lucas bought the printer and set it up in his own effects shop in Van Nuys, California. He then used it for compositing many of the famous effects shots in his 1977 blockbuster, Star Wars. The resurrection of the 8-perf format maintained the quality usually lost in special effects production. With the success of Star Wars, ILM brought the Anderson and other equipment up to Northern California establishing a Bay Area-based production company. ILM acquired five more optical printers to handle the amount of work needed for such films as "The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Who Framed Roger Rabbit," and nearly 100 others. In spite of its age, the well-built printer has remained rock steady; still the only printer at ILM capable of pulling down all 8-perfs at one time. John Ellis, ILM Optical Supervisor, says, "The Anderson Printer has created elements for nearly every movie since the company's creation. Literally millions of feet of film have gone through its gates." Among many others, the Anderson Printer has created elements for: Star Wars Episodes IV, V, VI, The Indiana Jones Trilogy, The Back to the Future Trilogy, Four Star Trek films, Dragonslayer, Poltergeist, Captain Eo, Starman, and Death Becomes Her.
Indiana State Police car
Indiana State Police car
Indiana State Police car - at the Children's area of the Three River Festival, Fort Wayne, IN. Taken July of 2010. They had a booth and were talking with passerby's, letting them look at the car.

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