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News from Indiana Landmarks
Craigslist post leads to restoration of historic Richmond home
Richmond Neighborhood Restorations takes on landmark McGuire House
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Indiana Modern talk highlights legacy of Charles & Ray Eames
Eames Demetrios speaks about his famous grandparents
Frankfort takes on rehab of city landmark
Old Stoney receives top-to-bottom overhaul
Last chance for Wabash Sheriff's House & Jail
If new use can't be found by July, landmark will be demolished
Announcing Indiana's 10 Most Endangered
We unveil our 2016 list of landmarks in jeopardy
"Back to the Future" tour heads to Carmel
Tour highlights standout Mid-Century Modern homes
Volunteers pitch in at Peters-Margedant House
Work preps tiny home for eventual relocation
Iconic Vevay home endures as bed & breakfast
Visitors can explore history of Schenck Mansion
Tour covers Dunes architectural history from Logs to Lustrons
Indiana Landmarks and National Park Service team up for tour at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
Sighting reuse for downtown Birdseye landmark
Nineteenth-century building is rehab opportunity
Window workshop May 14 & 15 in Lowell
Instruction in restoring vintage widows
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