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Former First Financial Bank
Gift Ensures New Life for Terre Haute Landmark
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On June 14, First Financial Corporation generously donated its former First Financial Bank to Indiana Landmarks. Once restored, the building will become new home of the CANDLES Holocaust Museum.

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Glenn A. Black House
Marking the Legacy of a Prehistory Pioneer
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In the 1930s and ’40s, Indiana native Glenn A. Black redefined the study of archaeology. A new marker memorializes his contributions at one of his most significant research sites.

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Creative Thinking Saves Unique Landmark
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Supporters plan to transform the former Medora Brick Plant into a unique park paying homage to one of the small rural community’s largest former industries.

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Rock City Lofts, Wabash
Preservation Fuels Wabash Revival
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With the recent completion of Rock City Lofts, Wabash adds even more economic to fuel to its historic downtown, and another revived landmark to the growing list.

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Tour Cold War Landmarks in the Region
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On August 24, our Cold War Experience offers a day-long exploration of northwest Indiana military compounds that protected America at home and abroad.

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Our Savior Lutheran Church
Historic Church Transcends Traditional Division
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Built in 1948, Our Savior Lutheran Church in Indianapolis is an uncommon testament to collaboration between a city’s black and white Lutheran populations.

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Montgomery County Courthouse Clock Tower
A Towering Achievement Decades in the Making
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After an absence of nearly 80-years, a clock tower once again tops the Montgomery County Courthouse in Crawfordsville.

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Shopbell YMCA, Evansville
Evansville YMCA Headed for a New Use
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Evansville’s landmark Shopbell YMCA building in Evansville is slated to become 64 income-based apartment units, bringing much needed affordable living units into the downtown area.

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Sugar Shack, Lawrenceburg
A Cool Investment in Downtown Lawrenceburg
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Historic downtown Lawrenceburg welcomes a new business just in time for warm weather. Strong’s Sugar Shack, housed in a c.1868 commercial building, opened in April featuring locally made candy, hand dipped ice cream, baked goods, coffee, and more.

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