Indiana Landmarks News

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Deputy House, Commiskey
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Two properties in southern Indiana offer potential as peaceful rural retreats, but first they must be relocated.

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Pulaski County Courthouse
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Pulaski County officials are wavering on the decision to rehabilitate the county’s historic courthouse in Winamac, potentially derailing a three-year effort to save the iconic building.

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Strauss Building, North Manchester
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Following years of study, planning and careful rehabilitation, North Manchester’s Strauss Building is poised for a second century of service.

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Thiebaud Farm hay press bard
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Visitors to the Thiebaud Farmstead in Vevay can see a piece of nineteenth-century technology that revolutionized agriculture and fueled the region’s economy into the late 1800s.

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African American Landmarks, News

Efforts underway to preserve historic schools built for Black students in Kokomo and Seymour.

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African American Landmarks, News

In Indianapolis, and near Angola and Union City, groups are working to preserve landmarks of Black history.

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News, Rehabs & Renovations, Uncategorized

Historic General Electric complex recharges as a mixed-use innovation district.

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News, Rehabs & Renovations

Historic Pantheon Theatre takes on new role as business center and event space.

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Hammond State Bank building
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Officials are looking for a new owner who can restore the former State Bank of Hammond building and spur additional development along the city’s Calumet Avenue corridor.

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