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The road to recovery
Back in 2011, things looked bad enough at the Tyson Auditorium in Versailles that it earned a spot on our 10 Most Endangered list. Saved by locals who banded together to form a nonprofit to operate the facility, the landmark is well on the road to recovery.

 

The Tyson Community Advancement Foundation (TCAF) is working to rehab the building’s signature white terra cotta tile-clad exterior, damaged by a leaky roof.

Off and running!
On May 10, Indiana Landmarks is offering pre-restoration tours of Evansville’s Greyhound Station. See the “before” and hear from the architect and major contractors about the work Indiana Landmarks is doing to restore the remarkable Art Moderne building.

 
Louisville architect William S. Arrasmith designed the 1939 bus station with curved corners, smooth surfaces, and parallel lines suggesting speed and movement.
The Kessler Bridges
Every day in Indianapolis, hundreds of drivers pass over architectural gems hidden in plain sight: sculptural concrete and stone bridges, an early twentieth century gift from landscape architect and urban planner George Kessler.

 
In 1911, the Indianapolis Star called the new Capitol Avenue bridge over Fall Creek, “one of the most artistic structures in the city.”
Back to the Future
On May 31, Indiana Landmarks heads Back to the Future again, showcasing five sensational homes on our seventh annual Mid-Century Modern Tour. Each house includes “can’t miss” details, in both architecture and period furnishings.

 
This year's tour features five houses in the Avalon Hills and Devonshire neighborhoods of Indianapolis, including the 1957 home of Cori and Tim Conder.

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Rescue Party

Rescue Party

Plan now to attend our annual benefit for Indiana Landmarks' Endangered Places program on April 26.

 

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Living legacy

In the early nineteenth century, one man shaped the look and feel of many Indiana cities. His legacy lives on.

 

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Indiana Landmarks Center

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