Indiana Landmarks News

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Pioneering Highway Monument Reopens
News

Lincoln Highway landmarks in Dyer receive much-needed attention after years of deterioration.

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Adaptive Use is Former Church’s Saving Grace
African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places, Saved

Previously threatened with demolition, Phillips Temple in Indianapolis survives thanks to preservation advocacy and creative reuse.

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House of Tomorrow Named National Treasure
News

The National Trust joins our campaign to save the futuristic House of Tomorrow in Beverly Shores.

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Tiny House Settling into Its New Home
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

Restoration begins at the historic Peters-Margedant House, now in its new location at the University of Evansville.

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Former Governor’s Unusual House is Getting a Facelift
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Loan helps nonprofit tackle repairs at Brookville house of Indiana’s fourth governor

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Batesville Coffee House Serves More Than Java
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Amack’s Well Community Coffee House in Batesville earns our preservation prize for it transformation into a local hub for arts and community outreach.

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Celebrate Preservation Success Stories in Southern Indiana
Events, News, Rehabs & Renovations

On October 23, join us to explore historic landmarks in and around Salem and applaud three inspiring southern Indiana preservation success stories.

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“Pennsy Girls” Rally Community to Save Depot
News, Rehabs & Renovations

A group of five women take the lead to save Decatur’s long-vacant Pennsylvania Train Station and Depot.

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Reviving the Holliday Park Ruins
News, Saved

After an ambitious five-year campaign by a dogged grassroots group, Indianapolis’s Holliday Park celebrates renovation of its iconic Ruins.

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