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Bosse Field, Evansville
News

Evansville’s Bosse Field stands as a memorial to America’s national pastime. Built in 1915 during the “golden age of ballparks” (1909-1923), the stadium remains an iconic landmark with impressive credentials.

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Clara Barton Red Cross Cabin, Spring Mill State Park, Indiana
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Indiana National Resources Foundation is reconstructing the Clara Barton cabin, a fascinating and little-remembered part of Lawrence County’s history.

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Albers House, Wabash
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When demolition loomed, Indiana Landmarks stepped in to save the pre-Civil War era Albers House in Wabash. We’ll make repairs, then look for a buyer to complete restoration.

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Brad Miller, Indiana Landmarks
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After a year in our Northern Regional Office in South Bend, Brad Miller becomes director of Indiana Landmarks’ Northwest Field Office in Gary.

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Irwin Library, Butler University
Events, News

Architect Minoru Yamasaki rebelled against the strict minimalist doctrine of mid-twentieth century architecture, finding inspiration in cathedrals and temples to create Modern buildings designed to surprise and delight.

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Rohlfing House, Attica
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Situated in the heart of historic Attica, the impressive brick Italianate built by Charles Rohlfing is for sale following a top-to-bottom three-year renovation.

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Peters-Margedant House, Evansville
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Dedication at the University of Evansville marks culmination of a four-year effort to rescue a unique landmark designed by local Frank Lloyd Wright protégé William Wesley Peters.

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Crescent Brewing Company caverns, Aurora
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Enthusiasm grows for turning historic storage caverns, once part of Crescent Brewing Company, into the centerpiece of a new community asset.

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Lawrence County Sheriff's Residence
Events, News

Indiana Landmarks’ Double Landmark Look in Bedford on June 11 features two private homes, including one in the old Lawrence County sheriff’s house and jail.

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