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Wurtz House, Madison
Tour Highlights Big Style in Small Spaces
Events, News

On May 19, our Landmark Look in southern Indiana features two small historic houses that pack a mighty architectural punch.

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Awards Spotlight Aurora Preservation Projects
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Aurora’s Historic Preservation Commission presents its annual awards recognizing rehabilitation projects for significant investment and improved visual appeal in the city’s locally designated historic district.

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Converse Carnegie Library
Revitalization Strategy Focuses on Local Business
News

The town of Converse believes supporting small, local business is the right approach to revitalization and preservation.

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Hessville library, Hammond
Reuse Could Start New Chapter for Former Library
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A local group aims to revive Hammond’s Hessville library – vacant and boarded since it closed – as a community learning center.

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New Augusta Depot
Your Chance to Own a Historic Depot
News

Railroad enthusiasts or anyone looking for a one-of-a-kind peaceful retreat should check out a unique real estate listing in New Augusta, a quiet historic enclave nine miles northwest of downtown Indianapolis.

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Sears, Washington Square Mall, Evansville
The End of a Retail Era in Evansville
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After being at the forefront of the company’s retail expansion, the last Sears store in Evansville is slated to close in April 2018.

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Woodruff Place
The Value and Values of Preservation
News

A recent study by preservation economist Donovan Rypkema shows the positive economic impact of historic designation in Indianapolis neighborhoods.

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Packard on Ideal Section of the Lincoln Highway
Traveling the Lincoln Highway in Indiana
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

Indiana native Carl Fisher laid out a plan to build America’s first paved transcontinental route, called the Lincoln Highway in honor of the Great Emancipator, a road that remains a relevant and vital part of the communities on its path.

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Versailles printing company for sale
Buyer Alert: a Square Deal in Versailles
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Two buildings on Versailles’ courthouse square are for sale for the first time in more than three decades, a unique opportunity for the right rehab-minded buyer.

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