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Take a glimpse of society life at the turn of the century just as Hoosier Poet James Whitcomb Riley experienced it. The James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home recalls a simpler time â€” a time before cell phones, palm pilots or pagers. The Museum Home, nestled in the heart of Indianapolisâ€™ historic Lockerbie neighborhood, showcases many of the great poetâ€™s personal belongings including his writing desk, portrait of his beloved dog and his top hat and cane. At the home, visitors get the rare
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