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Living legacy
Unless you’re approaching South Bend from the air, a half-mile long stand of pine trees in New Carlisle’s Bendix Woods County Park just looks like, well, a half-mile long stand of pine trees. But from above, the planting of 60-foot-tall red and white pines doubles as advertising -- spelling the word “Studebaker.”

The 1987 Guinness Book of World Records proclaimed the Studebaker trees the oldest living sign on Earth.
10 Most Endangered save!
Thanks to collaboration involving more than half a dozen partners, the Peters-Margedant house – one of Indiana’s 10 Most Endangered landmarks – will remain in Evansville.

The diminutive 1935 house in Evansville may rank as the first Usonian house in the nation, pre-dating even Frank Lloyd Wright’s inaugural Usonian house, built in 1937.
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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Landmarks Experience Columbus

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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Studebaker Tree Sign

The view up high

A half-mile long stand of pines in New Carlisle's Bendix Woods County Park is a living connection to South Bend’s automotive past.


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Indiana Landmarks Center

Indiana Landmarks Center

Unique historic venue for weddings, receptions, events, corporate meetings & parties. Free parking.


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