Hi there. I am a Wikipedian focused, at present, on Indiana (and Midwest) history, geography, and politics.
While I am working (albeit slowly) to document the Midwest in photographs, I will also edit here and there. I created the Cherry Mine Disaster article, and did a lot of clean-up on Resurrection Mary, the Willowbrook Ballroom, and Moorish Science Temple articles.
Please leave any messages on my Talk page.
Thanks, Mr. Harman
Here are the photos I've uploaded to Wikipedia.
A photo of Archbold, Ohio High School.
The tallest buildings in Edon, Ohio.
The St Joseph Catholic Church on the north side of Blakeslee, Ohio.
The Beach House on Lake James, at the western edge of Pokagon State Park, Indiana.
Photo of the CCC Shelter at Pokagon State Park, near Angola, Indiana. Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935/36, this shelter is on the National Register of Historic Places as the "Combination Shelter".
Potawatomi Inn at Pokagon State Park, in Indiana, looking north from Lake James. This photo only shows the original Inn. A new section, completed in the 1990s, can be glimpsed to the right (the east).
Photo of the Spring Shelter at Pokagon State Park, in Angola, Indiana. Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1937.
Fremont, Indiana, High School
The front of the Steuben County Jail, yet another in a series showing the National Register of Historic Places listings in Steuben County, Indiana
Photo of Steuben County, Indiana Courthouse, Angola, Indiana. This courthouse is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Two of the more picturesque houses in Waterloo, Indiana
Big Turkey Lake, looking north, as seen from Stroh, Indiana.
LaPorte County, Indiana courthouse.
Photo of Grant Park High School, Grant Park, Illinois.
Kankakee County Courthouse, in Kankakee, Illinois.
Photo of Momence, Ilinois, High School.
A photo of Neuqua Valley High School, Illinois.
The Resurrection Cemetery in Justice, Illinois, made famous by the story of Resurrection Mary.
Al's Hardware, founded by former hockey player Al Suomi.
The center of the Englewood neighborhood in Chicago.
A rather startling collection of military hardware outside VFW Post 6791 in West Chicago, Illinois. I suspect these are replicas, but not sure
Wind turbine in Stuart, Iowa.