In 1905, native Hoosiers George Ade, John T. McCutcheon and Edward M. Holloway came to Chicago to seek their fortunes. That same year, they founded the Indiana Society of Chicago along with 44 other Hoosiers as charter members, with the goal of celebrating the uniqueness of being a Hoosier.
Over the last 109 years, the Society has continuously grown in membership to include some of the most prestigious and successful men and women in the great State of Indiana.
The mission of the Indiana Society of Chicago is…
Become part of Hoosier history in the windy city.
Join an elite group of leaders to celebrating the rich history and accomplishments from Indiana.