Southern Indiana Living

MAY-JUN 2018

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May/June 2018 • 7 Flashback Photo PUBLISHER | Karen Hanger karen@silivingmag.com LAYOUT & DESIGN | Christy Byerly christy@silivingmag.com COPY EDITOR | Jennifer Cash COPY EDITOR | Sara Combs SIL Magazine is a BBB accredited business ADVERTISING | Take advantage of prime advertising space. Call us at 812-989-8871 or e-mail karen@silivingmag.com SUBSCRIPTIONS | $25/year, Mail to: Southern Indiana Living, P.O. Box 145, Marengo, IN 47140 ON THE COVER: Vet- erinarian Dr. Bill McDonald, with sons Joseph (9) and Jacob (17), daughter Mad- elyn (15), and wife Lindsay // Photo by Vickie Saewert at NaturallyVics.com Contact SIL P.O. Box 145 Marengo, IN 47140 812.989.8871 karen@silivingmag.com Southern Indiana Living is published bimonthly by SIL Publishing Co. LLC, P.O. Box 145, Marengo, Ind. 47140. Any views expressed in any advertisement, signed let- ter, article, or photograph are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of Southern Indiana Living or its parent company. Copyright © 2018 SIL Publishing Co. LLC. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without written permission from SIL Publishing Co. LLC. Southern Ind I ana Living Check out more features and stories on our EPUB Exclusive! www.silivingmag.com The Great Outdoors New Albany, Indiana 1905 Photo courtesy of Stuart B. Wrege Indiana History Room, New Albany-Floyd County Public Library. MAY / JUN 2018 VOL. 11, ISSUE 3 A group of people are picnicking under a tent at the Chautauqua in Glenwood Park in New Albany around 1905. In the background, you can see campsites with tents. According to library records, Glenwood Park was created amid trees along the banks of Silver Creek. The park included a dance floor, theatre building, and a bandstand.

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