Two new books are available this summer that highlight T.C. Steele homes.
Rescued and Restored
Indiana Landmarks new book “Rescued and Restored” offers dramatic before-and-after photographs of endangered places that have received remarkable restorations. This coffee table book include more than 50 landmarks from across the state saved from the wrecking ball.
T.C. Steele’s boyhood home in Waveland, Indiana is featured. This home has been restored by Tim & Meg Shelly of Elkhart, Indiana and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. See pages 126 & 127.
This book is available for $29.95 in hardcover; 144 pages.
Guide to Historic Artists’ Homes & Studios
The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s new book “Historic Artist’s Homes and Studios” is the first guidebook to the forty-four sites in the National Trust for Historic Preservation network, located across all regions of the US and all open to the public.
T.C. Steele’s home and studio in Nashville, IN is featured. This Indiana State Historic Site is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. See pages 174 & 179.
The book is available for $29.95 (autographed copy by author Valerie Balint)