Historic Bremen has put together a time capsule filled with items commemorating the year that was 2020. A lot happened last year: the COVID-19 pandemic, major road repairs lasting months, businesses closing temporarily or permanently, employees working from home, remote… Continue Reading →
In 1899, horseless carriages were the talk of the town. Studebaker ordered on from the Winton company and soon announced they would add horseless carriages to their carriage offerings. There was general disagreement over whether such contraptions would amount to… Continue Reading →
Historic Bremen newest publication is here! Otis R. Bowen; From Farm Boy to Governor: A Life, a 26-page biography of Indiana’s 44th governor (and long-time Bremen physician) has been released for distribution. The book is intended for elementary children, particularly… Continue Reading →
A reminder that the “good old days” are generally just whenever the speaker was a child, and the people who really remember the old days didn’t think they were so good.
This author had the pleasure to sit down recently with Fran and Arden Druckamiller and go thru the Druckamillers’ Bremen relations. The Druckamillers themselves were from the Syracuse, Indiana, area, but they married into the Heyde-Heckaman family. They allowed Historic… Continue Reading →