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Offutt's Ford Bridge Rush Co by Lee Lewellen
News, Saved

Rush County Heritage coalesced in 1986 to save the county’s iconic covered bridges. Three decades later, the group boasts an admirable portfolio of preservation success stories.

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Roberts School IPS #97
News, Saved

After more than a decade in limbo and a stint on Indiana Landmarks 10 Most Endangered list, Indianapolis Public School (IPS) #97 moves to the “saved” column.

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Koerner Block, Birdseye
Endangered Places, News

A coalition of Birdseye and Dubois County residents have joined with Indiana Landmarks to try to raise $35,000 to stabilize the partially collapsed Koerner Block.

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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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