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A grant from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources’ Lake Michigan Coastal Program will help Indiana Landmarks commission an engineering study and rehabilitation plan for Gary's General Services Building.

The city declared the building blighted and targeted it for demolition, earning it a spot on our 10 Most Endangered list in 2014.
Real estate & preservation
Two properties in southern Indiana offer buyers opportunities to own unique landmarks. They also illustrate how creative approaches to real estate often play a role in Indiana Landmarks’ work to preserve historic places.

The 1908 New Cottage Hotel in Medora is ideally suited for a live/work arrangement.
Cultural landscapes
Central Park. Tree-lined boulevards. Battlefields and cemeteries. Maybe even your front yard. All can be examples of cultural landscapes, according to a new committee of Indiana Landmarks formed to protect these places.

A survey will identify historic designed landscapes, like the walled garden with Philip Johnson's Roofless Church in New Harmony. (Photo: Lee Lewellen)
African American heritage
A new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture will capture the story of Lyles Station in Gibson County.

The restored Lyles Consolidated School now operates as a museum and heritage learning center telling the story of rural African American life.


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Holiday Events 2015

Holiday Events 2015

Celebrate the holidays with Indiana Landmarks at events including teas, concerts, open houses, and more!


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Vintage Green Series

Vintage Green

Learn how to rehab a house

Indiana Landmarks presents Vintage Green – a series of hands-on workshops demonstrating best practices in sustainable renovation and restoration.


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Indiana Landmarks Center

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