The Nappanee Center /
Evelyn Lehman Culp Heritage Collection

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The Nappanee Center houses the Evelyn Lehman Culp Heritage Collection, founded at the Nappanee Public Library in 1971. This hidden gem is still maintained by the Library today and tells the story of Nappanee through permanent, rotating and special displays. Main attractions include several “Hoosier” cabinets made in Nappanee, a tribute to the city’s six nationally-known cartoonists, an Air Force One display and the historic John Hartman House.

Call 574-771-7812 or visit Nappanee library for more information.

2014 Displays

The Nappanee 6 (February through the end of April) 
A traveling exhibit entitled Indiana Cartoons and Cartoonists (March 8-April 17)



 

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302 East Beardsley
Elkhart, IN. 46514

Phone: 574-264-0330
ext. 102

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