INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY TOUR
11:30 to 12:15 Lunch in the IHS Café (Attendees will purchase their own lunch.)
12:15 to 1:15 Tour - starting from the Welcome Desk
Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
450 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Parking: Parking available behind IHS on W. New York St. (Bring along parking receipt from this lot and get IHS guest parking validation.)
Lunch & Cost: Attendees will purchase their own lunch, but for planning purposes please R.S.V.P. by noon on Monday, May 17th via our Website www.ARMAIndy.org (There will be no additional meeting or tour cost. Please join us for the tour if you cannot join us for lunch.)
About the Presenter:
Stephen E. Haller became Senior Director, Collections & Library for the Indiana Historical Society in 2004, after serving as Director of Archives & Records for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation for eight years and Montgomery County (Ohio) Archivist Records Manager for sixteen years. He is a Certified Records Manager with over thirty years of archives and records management service in educational, public, and non-profit organizations. After serving in the U.S. Army in the Vietnam War, Steve received his BA (Phi Beta Kappa) and MA from Miami University (Ohio) and began his career as an archivist for the Ohio Historical Society. Steve is a past ARMA region vice president and served as chapter president for the Dayton, OH and Tidewater, VA chapters.
Steve has authored/co-authored a number of historical and technical publications, including an article “What is a Hoosier” in Traces (Fall 2008), Requirements for Managing Electronic Messages as Records (ANSI Standard, 2004), William Washington: Cavalryman of the Revolution (2001 & 2007), and Managing Records on Limited Resources (1991). He was project coordinator for Colonial Williamsburg’s commemorative booklet, Colonial Williamsburg-The First 75 Years (2001) and coordinated the “Treasurers of Collections” Exhibit for the 175th anniversary of IHS (2005) and now the immersive technology “Destination Indiana” component of the Indiana Experience at IHS. He has held positions in professional associations in Ohio and Virginia, been a frequent presenter at conferences and college classes, and was an instructor on records management for the Ohio Supreme Court’s Judicial College.