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Monon Dance Pavilion, Cedar Lake
Grants Boost Renovation at Cedar Lake Landmarks
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Efroymson Family Fund grants benefit a former hotel and a dance pavilion dating from Cedar Lake’s resort-era heyday.

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LaSalle Hotel South Bend
Awards Honor Preservation in South Bend
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Indiana Landmarks’ Northern Regional Office presents three awards illustrating the scope of preservation in South Bend.

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Reviving Sacred Places
News, Sacred Places

Indiana Landmarks’ Sacred Places Indiana aids congregations planning a future for their historic houses of worship by providing intensive training on everything from fundraising to building maintenance to organizational planning.

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Practicing What We Preach
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Indiana Landmarks assists owners of historic properties by providing advice and recommendations on repairs and rehab, and we think it’s important to practice what we preach.

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Ayres Clock, Indianapolis
Meet under the Ayres Clock on November 20
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With the help of contributors from around the state and beyond, we reached our fundraising goal to restore the 1936 bronze Ayres Clock, a beloved Indianapolis downtown landmark.

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Lincoln Highway memorial rededication
Pioneering Highway Monument Reopens
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Lincoln Highway landmarks in Dyer receive much-needed attention after years of deterioration.

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Phillips Temple, Indianapolis
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
House of Tomorrow Named National Treasure
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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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