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Solomon Enclave, Indiana Dunes
Events, News

On Saturday, June 25, the 2022 Logs to Lustrons Tour explores 17 sites spanning more than a century of architecture at Indiana Dunes National Park.

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Grover-Lee House, Terre Haute
News

After a strong summer storm damaged Terre’s Haute’s Grover-Lee House, Indiana Landmarks stepped in to save the historic property.

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Cosby Houses Wabash
News

Thanks to her forward-looking family, Mary Cosby’s legacy will be preserved and enhance Indiana Landmarks’ revitalization efforts in the city.

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News

The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) selects Kendallville and Brookville as pilot communities in the state’s new PreservINg Main Street program.

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News

Historic courthouses serve as icons of community pride and identity that can be catalysts for investment in surrounding squares.

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Hassmer House Tavern and Inn
News, Rehabs & Renovations

After more than a decade of vacancy, Versailles’ Hassmer House Tavern & Inn is flourishing as part of a revitalization trend on the city’s courthouse square.

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Anderson West Central Historic District
News

Once a hub of revitalization, Anderson’s West Central Historic District needs attention, and some residents think the City needs to do more to help.

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Blake Swihart, Indiana Landmarks
News

Indiana Landmarks welcomes Blake Swihart as director of the Northwest Field Office in Gary.

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New Castle Annex Building
Endangered Places, News

County Commissioners are accepting rehabilitation proposals for New Castle’s Courthouse Annex, a move that offers a chance to save a key structure on the city’s courthouse square.

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