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Kudos to the winners
From a diner, courthouse, and bank building to a church-turned-housing, the winners of our 2015 Central Indiana Preservation Awards demonstrate the diversity of preservation.

 
Bill and Cynthia Longest (right) and Eric Finger and Kristen Abbott (left) won our Angie's List Old House Rehab Award for rehab of a Woodruff Place home. (Photo: Frank Espich)
Landmark on the market
For the first time in more than 150 years, the 1859 Delap-Fyffe Farmstead in Monroe County is for sale. Indiana Landmarks is offering the farm to a preservation minded buyer for $125,000.

 
The farm occupies 6.23 acres in the National Register-listed Maple Grove Road Rural Historic District only 15 minutes from downtown Bloomington and Indiana University.
African American heritage
On Saturday, July 25, explore the African American heritage of Marion and the architectural works of Samuel Plato during our day-long program of lectures and tours. (Photo by Alan Culley).

 
Samuel Plato designed and built the Wilson-Vaughan Hostess House in 1912.

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Treasure Hunt Vintage and Antique Market 2015

Treasure Hunt

Find antiques, collectibles, entertainment and more at the Indiana Landmarks and Old Northside Treasure Hunt, Saturday, July 11 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

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

 

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