Indiana Landmarks News

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Partners in Richmond, Marion, and Huntington use Indiana Landmarks Endangered Places loans to support local preservation work.

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Kizer House, South Bend
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Indiana Landmarks employs direct approach to save meaningful places.

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Greek's Candy Store, Princeton
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Preservation nonprofit Downtown Princeton, Inc., is on a mission to save a landmark building and reopen Greek’s Candy Store.

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Davis Building, Winchester
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Winchester’s Davis Building is poised to reclaim status as a downtown anchor thanks to new owners with a plan for its revival.

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With decades in business, confectionaries in Jeffersonville, Martinsville, and Lafayette serve as downtown anchors.

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African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places

Established as Indianapolis’s first parish to welcome Black Catholics, Saint Rita Catholic Church maintains its forward-thinking focus today.

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News, Rural Preservation

Andrew and Shirley Beetz won the 2022 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation for stewardship of their Dearborn County farmstead.

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George Street Bridge, Dearborn Trail, Aurora
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Along a 4.5-mile trail from Aurora to Lawrenceburg and Greendale, travelers pass landmarks including nineteenth-century bridges and picturesque downtown districts.

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John DiGioia and Maria Isabel Antonia Wabash Hill Street duplex
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New Wabash residents John DiGioia and Maria Isabel Antonio take on their first old-house project in the city’s East Wabash Historic District.

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