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Vevay Vintage Prop and Shop
Steer Into This Former Texaco Station for Your Vintage Fix
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Antiques enthusiasts can fill up at a historic Texaco service station refitted as Vevay’s newest vintage shop.

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Drexel Hall St. Joseph College Rensselaer
Supporting Preservation in the “Region”
News

Grants from Indiana Landmarks’ Efroymson Family Endangered Places Fund help fuel the efforts of three groups in northwest Indiana.

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Smogar House, South Bend, Indiana
DIY Demonstration Home For Sale in South Bend
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As our “Vintage Green” program draws to a close, we’re ready to sell the Smogor House in South Bend to a buyer who will appreciate its history and charm.

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Owen Block, Evansville IN
Blockheads Rejoice at Owen Block Restoration
News, Saved

The historic Owen Block in downtown Evansville, once slated for the wrecking ball, reopened August 5, restored to its original elegance.

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George Humbert House, Huntington IN
Rescued House Could Be the One for You
News, Saved

Indiana Landmarks and our affiliate Huntington Alert rescued a house destined for the wrecking ball and placed it on the road to revitalization. Soon it could by yours.

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Dublin Meetinghouse Wayne County IN
Dublin Meetinghouse and the Society of Friends
News, Sacred Places

For nearly 150 years, the Dublin Friends Meetinghouse has been a reminder of Wayne County’s Quaker heritage. A grant from Indiana Landmarks is helping nominate the church to the National Register.

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Kizer House, South Bend, IN
Details Matter in Kizer House Restoration
News, Rehabs & Renovations

It may take a village to raise a child, but to save the Kizer House in South Bend it takes an army, including skilled tradespeople who creatively solve problems to do a restoration right.

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Versailles State Park Oak Grove Shelter
100 Years of Conservation and Recreation
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When Indiana celebrated its centennial in 1916, the state marked the anniversary by establishing a new state parks system. One hundred years later, Versailles State Park is celebrating the milestone.

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Medora Brick Company, IN
Clearing the Way to Reuse at Medora Brick Company
Endangered Places, News

Volunteer cleanup marks the start of renewed efforts to preserve and find a new use for the Medora Brick Company in Jackson County.

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