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 State Corrects Erroneous Info Given on Home

February 18, 2009 - In a story in last week’s Banner, Jane Jankowski, press secretary for Gov. Mitch Daniels, identified the public agency that removed a small number of items from the Indiana Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Children’s Home a week earlier as the Archives Division of the Indiana State Museum.

After last week’s paper came out, Jennifer Dunlap, public affairs Director for the Indiana State Department of Health, which oversees the ISSCH, notified The Banner that the Archives Division is actually part of the state’s Commission on Public Records, and is not connected to the ISM. Dunlap also said the items had been removed the week before that indicated by Jankowski.

While Dunlap did say that representatives of the ISM had also recently been at the Home to inventory items of historical interest, she the ISDH has asked them to forgo additional activities of this nature for the time being.

 

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