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Indy public library opens 100-year-old time capsule

Posted at 11:43 PM, Oct 08, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS -- It was an unveiling 100 years in the making - literally. 

The Indianapolis Public Library's central branch opened a time capsule during their 100th-anniversary party over the weekend. 

The capsule was buried inside the walls of the library when it was built over 100 years ago. 

In addition to the time capsule unveiling, the commemorative event featured performances by the Indianapolis Children's Choir and a quintet from the Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis as well as a proclamation by Mayor Joe Hogsett. 

Watch the video above to see what was found inside the time capsule!

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