What are landmarks? To us they’re the places that stir us, hold our memories, connect us to our neighbors. They’re the places we want to reimagine for today and preserve for tomorrow. They’re the places we keep.

THE PLACES THAT MAKE US INDIANA

Packard on Ideal Section of the Lincoln Highway
Traveling the Lincoln Highway in Indiana

Indiana native Carl Fisher laid out a plan to build America’s first paved transcontinental route, called the Lincoln Highway in honor of the Great Emancipator, a road that remains a relevant and vital part of the communities on its path.

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Versailles printing company for sale
Buyer Alert: a Square Deal in Versailles

Two buildings on Versailles’ courthouse square are for sale for the first time in more than three decades, a unique opportunity for the right rehab-minded buyer.

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Working Men's Institute, New Harmony
Knowledge is Power at Indiana’s Oldest Library

Part library, part museum, part memorial to a Utopian dream, the Working Men’s Institute in New Harmony offers a unique glimpse of early nineteenth-century history and one man’s commitment to the power of knowledge.

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The Places We Could Lose Unless We Act