Post by David Sechrest on Sept 11, 2006 1:59:01 GMT -5
By the time the 1980's rolled around, downtown Columbus looked pretty much like it does today. If I remember correctly, Cummins Headquarters began their "downtown" operations in 1981. Here's your chance to talk about how Columbus was in the 1980's!
David Sechrest Historic Columbus Indiana Progress should not ignore its roots and pillage our heritage in the process. Cultural, social, and historical should be part of the process, for it is the path and not the destination that is important - S. Givens
From 1982 — This is from today’s Looking Back column in The Republic.
Ross Crump, Bartholomew County historian, John Newman, a State of Indiana archivist and Renee Henry, director of the Bartholomew County Historical Society met to determine which 19th century records that’s stored at the Bartholomew County Courthouse should be saved.