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Propylaeum, Indianapolis
Member Event Showcases Indianapolis Landmarks
Events, News

On Friday, December 8, our annual Holiday Open House in Indianapolis features two striking properties in the Old Northside Historic District.

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Koerner Block fire, Birdseye
Fire Destroys Hopes for Birdseye Building
News

After years of planning, the people trying to save Birdseye’s historic 1894 Koerner Block looked on helplessly last month when an arson fire destroyed the landmark.

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Resurrecting a Historic Church
News, Sacred Places

Call it happenstance or maybe divine intervention. When the quaint old Church of the Brethren in Roann desperately needed a savior, Valerie Wilcox stepped in.

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Hobart First United Methodist Church
A Mission Inspired by History
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Sacred Places

Guided by our Sacred Places Indiana program, the congregation of Hobart First United Methodist Church turned to its historic building for inspiration in renewing its commitment to community service.

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Milburn School, Carroll County
Carroll County Group Shows School Spirit
News

Following a concerted effort to preserve it, the historic Milburn School in Carroll County is poised to teach lessons in restoration.

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Courtyard, Rising Sun
River Views Could Belong to You
News

A collection of buildings adapted for commercial and residential uses, Rising Sun’s Courtyard property occupies a prime half-block in the city’s historic downtown. All it needs is the right buyer.

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Gary Union Station
Gary Builds Momentum for Preservation
News

A growing number of Gary residents, organizations, and City staff have begun to build momentum for historic preservation in the Magic City’s downtown.

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Newkirk Mansion, Connersville
Endangered Newkirk Mansion Saved!
Endangered Places, News, Saved

It’s one of the Indiana’s most architecturally distinctive homes, and after decades of neglect Connersville’s Newkirk Mansion is back in the hands of owners who cherish it.

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Seiberling Mansion, Kokomo
Take It from the Top: Replacing a 125-Year-Old Roof
News, Rehabs & Renovations

After more than a century, the original slate roof at Kokomo’s Seiberling Mansion was far beyond its useful life, and chronic leaks would spell disaster for the spectacular house.

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