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Landmark Look highlights endangered Huntington property

5/19/2015

Tour Odd Fellows-United Brethren Block on June 11

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July program highlights African American architect

5/13/2015

Tours and lectures highlight Samuel Plato's work in Marion

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WWII ship may get new home on Evansville riverfront

5/13/2015

Relocation of casino could make room for relocation of LST

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Dream cars are coming

5/1/2015

Indiana Automotive tour to concept car exhibition

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Announcing Indiana's 10 Most Endangered

4/24/2015

We unveil our 2015 list of landmarks in jeopardy

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Wanted: preservation minded buyer for historic farmstead

5/13/2015

Property for sale for first time in 150 years

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Indiana Landmarks welcomes new southeast director

5/13/2015

Jarrad Holbrook will staff Southeast Field Office

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Restoration reveals hidden art at General Lew Wallace Study

5/13/2015

Layers of paint hid decorative murals designed by Wallace

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Indiana Automotive plans double-barreled event

5/1/2015

Tour "Dream Car" exhibit and Crown Hill cemetery

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Annual Mid-Century Modern tour heads to Muncie on May 30

4/14/2015

Indiana Modern presents the eighth annual Back to the Future tour

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