Indiana Landmarks News

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Draper Log Cabin, Markle
News

Recently, residents of Markle were surprised to discover they’ve had an architectural antique – a genuine early settler’s log home – hiding in plain sight for decades.

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Wolcott Mound
News, Saved

Ball State students used ground-penetrating radar to deduce the significance of an unusual mound adjacent to a house we rescued in Wolcottville.

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News, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

To avoid demolition, a nineteenth-century one-room schoolhouse will be moved to a new home, where it may be restored for use as a programming and events space.

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News, Rehabs & Renovations

By restoring a prominent corner house in the historic corridor, Indiana Landmarks is building on the momentum of other rehabs rejuvenating the neighborhood.

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News, Rehabs & Renovations

Developers are using outside-the-box thinking to turn historic jails in Lebanon and Martinsville into a restaurant, bar, distillery, and senior apartments.

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Austermiller House, Farrington's Grove, Terre Haute
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Farrington Renaissance embarks on its first restoration project in one of Terre Haute’s oldest neighborhoods, with plans to tackle more in the future.

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Two Evansville buildings will benefit from a state grant program designed to stimulate downtown economic development by providing funds to rehabilitate historic properties.

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Howard Steamboat Museum Carriage House
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Work begins to rehab the Victorian carriage House at the Howard Steamboat Museum in Jeffersonville for use as an event and exhibit facility.

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Strauss Building, North Manchester
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We hope the Strauss Building can be saved in spite of devastating damage sustained in a November fire. Losing the building would leave an unsightly gap in the town’s historic downtown streetscape.

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