Indiana Landmarks News

Endangered Places

Bordermen Gym, Converse
Endangered Places, News

The town of Converse can’t afford expensive repairs to the historic Bordermen Gym, a community landmark that many people hope to save.

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Pulaski County Courthouse
Endangered Places, News

The endorsement marks a reversal of a 2018 decision to demolish the courthouse – an action that landed the building on Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most Endangered List.

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Calumet Trust & Savings Bank, East Chicago
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A nonprofit alliance of organizations and historic sites on both sides of the Indiana-Illinois state line releases its first list of endangered places in the region.

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Endangered Places, Modern Landmarks, News, Saved

Endangered no more, the Mid-Century Modern standout finds new purpose as the Harry Cooler Conference Center.

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Pulaski County Courthouse
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Three alternatives could address security, space and accessibility concerns at the historic courthouse for a cost below county commissioners’ original estimates.

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Miller Town Hall
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A reminder of the community’s short-lived independence, Miller’s old town hall needs urgent attention to halt its rapid deterioration.

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Peru Circus Winter Quarters
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The International Circus Hall of Fame is working to save two 1920s barns on Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most Endangered list.

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Can Clay factory, Cannelton
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Indiana Landmarks is working with Cannelton city and economic development leaders on two projects that could help spur much-needed revitalization.

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Old Terre Haute YMCA
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A Wisconsin-based development firm wants to invest nearly $10 million to rehabilitate the landmark as affordable housing, but the city denied the company’s request for 10-year tax-abatement.

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