We are a non-profit support group of volunteers, dedicated to preserving and developing one of Indiana’s most scenic and historic places. The diversity of the Friends membership speaks to the variety awaiting discovery at T.C. Steele State Historic Site.
Our mission is to support the historic property and collections where T.C. Steele lived and painted through providing financial support and fostering local, national and international engagement; and to maintain a keen focus on initiatives and resources for scholars, students, artists, and the general public.
Photos from the 2018 Garden Party at the T.C. Steele boyhood home and library in Waveland, IN