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Intriguing discovery
The historic Lambert House’s future looked bleak before Ken Ramsay and Joe Everhart bought the property in September 2014. Since then, the pair has transformed the Terre Haute landmark into a show-stopper. Indiana Landmarks members can see the house during a free Landmark Look on September 26.

 
Ramsay & Everhart focused on returning house to its 1870s appearance, but remnants of a much older structure were present from the beginning.
Envisioning a new use
Beth-El Temple is the oldest Jewish synagogue building remaining in Indianapolis, but it was a landmark in distress before Indiana Landmarks acquired the property in January 2014. On Thursday, August 27, we invite the public to help us envision a new use for the building at a free Landmark Look.

 

Indiana Landmarks partnered with non-profit group Temple Heritage Center, Inc., to stabilize and find a new use for the site.

Sacred Places Indiana
Indiana Landmarks increasingly fields calls for help from congregations in historic houses of worship with restoration needs. In response, we created Sacred Places Indiana in partnership with Philadelphia-based Partners for Sacred Places, supported by a $1.2 million grant from Lilly Endowment.

 

Sacred Places Indiana will select up to ten congregations in each year of the pilot for intensive training in landmark stewardship, community engagement, and fundraising.

New hope for Alhambra
A proposal by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana may be the saving grace for Evansville’s historic Alhambra Theatre a landmark plagued for decades by stalled development efforts.

 
The Arts Council recently placed an option to purchase the building from Alhambra Theatre, Inc., and supporters hope the plan will finally move the landmark out of limbo.

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Central State Tour

Seeking Asylum

On September 26, take a guided behind-the-scenes tour of Central State, a nineteenth-century mental hospital in Indianapolis.

 

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10 Most Endangered

10 Most Endangered

Places in jeopardy

We urgently call your attention to the 2015 list of Indiana's 10 Most Endangered. Jeopardized by neglect, deterioration, and lack of development prospects, these irreplaceable landmarks face imminent threats.

 

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Indiana Landmarks Center

Indiana Landmarks Center

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