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Limestone Lives pays tribute to the skill and dedication of the men and women who work with stone. It combines 79 striking fine art photographic images with engaging oral histories, representing a range of voices of the workers themselves. We hear from sculptors, drill runners, stone polishers, planermen, forklift operators, a union leader, and the president of a stone company. The book also features brief descriptions of the region’s stone companies, a map locating Indiana quarries and stone mills, and a look at how the industry has changed over the years.
Limestone Lives is a testament to men and women who take enormous pride in the quality of their work, as well as to the role this unique industry plays in creating buildings that last.
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Table of Contents
Tom Dixon: It All Started Right Here
Bob Thrasher: What a Penny Used to Mean
Dale Enochs: A Humble Stone
Vollie Staggs: Washington Crossing the Delaware
Ned Cunningham: Hanging Around the Drafting Room
Wilbern Terrell: Something Different Everyday
Will Bybee: Rebuilding the Pentagon
Amy Brier: Build It and They Will Come
Amos Hawkins: He’ll Make You a Good Man
John Bolin: First Day on the Job
Winfred “Buck” Prince: Twelve Princes
Michael Donham: Passion for the Unique
Brian Smith: Being Green
Patsy Fell-Barker: Our Changing Times
Frank Young: The Form Within
Jim Owens: The Processing of Indiana Limestone
Stone Company Descriptions
The Quarry and Mill: Yesterday and Today
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- INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
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- Architecture-Specifications and Detail
- Stone carvers
- Limestone industry – Indiana
- Limestone — Indiana.
- Quarries and quarrying