Indiana Landmarks News

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Simpson Hall, Indiana School for the Deaf
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In spite of interest from developers and popular support for its reuse, Simpson Hall–a two-time entry on our 10 Most Endangered list–is slated for demolition.

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Old Terre Haute YMCA
Endangered Places, News

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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United Brethren Block, Huntington
Events, News

Poised to open after a $9 million rehabilitation, Huntington’s United Brethren Block is just the kind of 10 Most turnaround we love to celebrate.

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Gary Land Company Building
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As the city’s first locally designated landmark, the 1906 Gary Land Building adds another accolade to an already long list of “firsts.” 

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Raleigh House Evansville truck collapse
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A historic home under renovation in Evansville’s Riverside Historic District remains seriously damaged after being struck by vehicles twice in just five days.

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Elizabeth Lea towboat, Dearborn County
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The Elizabeth Lea, a towboat constructed in 1939, earns National Register status on the merit of its engineering attributes and its contribution to maritime history.

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Branaman House, Brownstown
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One of Jackson County’s most notable historic homes is going on the auction block August 3, and preservation advocates fear the outcome.

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Generations of swimmers enjoy Madison’s Crystal Beach pool and bathhouse, a New Deal-era landmark soon to undergo renovation.

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Clover Leaf Depot Veedersburg
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The 1903 Clover Leaf Depot is targeted for rehabilitation and on its way to becoming the town’s first landmark listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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