Doll houses and furniture, holiday postcards and nativity scenes — all from the 1900s — are on display this month at the Bartholomew County History Center.
Display items include a four-level doll house donated to the historical society by Mr. and Mrs. David C. Jones, as well as a doll furniture collection donated by Ingrid Askerberg from her youth. Several nativity scenes from the collection of the late Xenia Miller are on display, as well as holiday cards on loan from Sharon Baldwin.
The Bartholomew County History Center, 524 Third St., is open to the public 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to Thursday at the The Bartholomew County Historical Society collects and preserves Bartholomew County artifacts, photographs and documents. Through interpretive programs and displays, it teaches the heritage of the region, enriching present and future generations.