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Center Ridge Cemetery, Sullivan
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Since 1870, Sullivan’s Center Ridge Cemetery has adapted to meet community needs and ever-evolving theories of cemetery design and best practices.

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Reisz Building, New Albany
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When developers couldn’t make it work, New Albany officials took matters into their own hands, crafting a plan to revive the dilapidated Reisz Building as a new city hall.

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Faulk Murphy Building Peru Indiana
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The neglected 1897 Faulk Building has been a drag on revitalization in Peru’s downtown historic district for years. Now, the city has plans to change that.

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Remington Water Tower
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For many communities, their water towers’ form was just as important as their function. Two towers in the northwest part of the state still serve as points of pride and local identity.

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Marcus Dickey House, Brown County
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Its picturesque setting in the rolling hills near Nashville and its connection to some big Hoosier names make the Marcus Dickey house a one-of-kind historic property.

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Woodruff Place
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A recent study by preservation economist Donovan Rypkema shows the positive economic impact of historic designation in Indianapolis neighborhoods.

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Modern Landmarks, News, Tours

Mid-Century Modern lovers dream about finding a place like the on Karen Valentine and Bob Coscarelli snagged in Michigan City.

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Central School, Cambridge City
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Remarkably well-maintained through two decades of vacancy, Cambridge City’s former Central School needs a buyer with the vision and capital to give it new purpose.

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Former First Financial Bank
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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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