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Comfort in a time of war
Measuring only 11 by 16 feet, the Chapel in the Meadow provided a spiritual retreat for hundreds of prisoners of war interned at Camp Atterbury during World War II. Today, it’s still a spot for quiet contemplation.

 
Italian POWs received permission to build the modest chapel in their spare time. It became a place for daily services and Sunday Mass.
Focus on preservation
In early September, the Freedom Bridge slid into place across the Hoosier Heartland Highway on Delphi’s eastern edge. Years in the making, the project is yet another feather in the cap for the preservation-focused community.

 
The landmark span anchors a pedestrian plaza that will feature panels interpreting the heritage of Carroll County.
Century of Progress
On October 17 and 19, join Indiana Landmarks for tours and activities celebrating the history and rescue of Beverly Shores’ remarkable Century of Progress homes.

 
A beachside party on October 17 benefits Indiana Landmarks' rescue of the House of Tomorrow, the only Century of Progress home that remains unrestored.

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Landmark Experience: Columbus

On Saturday, October 11, discover what makes Columbus, Indiana, an internationally celebrated mecca of Mid-Century Modern architecture.

 

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Camp Atterbury Chapel in the Meadow

War and peace

The Chapel in the Meadow provided a spiritual retreat for hundreds of prisoners of war interned at Camp Atterbury during World War II. Today, it’s still a spot for quiet contemplation.

 

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