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Teaming up on a Plan for the Kizer House
News

Alumni from Notre Dame focus their expertise on developing a business plan for Indiana Landmarks’ restoration of South Bend’s Kizer House.

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Vintage Buses Gather in Evansville for Rally
Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News

Evansville’s recently restored Greyhound station becomes the backdrop for the largest gathering of vintage buses ever displayed in the U.S.

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Tour Offers Inside Look at Speakman House
News, Tours

On October 22, visitors will get a rare look at one of Indiana’s grandest yet most endangered homes, when the Ohio County Historical Society hosts a tour of the Speakman House in Rising Sun.

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Rescue Aims to Spark Revitalization
News

We’re taking on restoration of an important house in New Albany with plans to make it the new home of our Southern Regional Office.

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Accelerating Decline Threatens Marion Landmark
News

City officials in Marion want to find a new purpose for the old National Bank, but out-of-state ownership and escalating deterioration are complicating the search.

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Barn Tour Highlights Vanishing Hoosier Icon
News

Explore vintage barns during a self-guided tour in Monroe County on Saturday, October 28, hosted by the Indiana Barn Foundation.

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Honoring Heritage Leaders
News

Preservationists in Attica, Noblesville, and Indianapolis win top awards for their work protecting historic places.

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Bringing Back Acorn Hall
News, Saved

Built for a whiskey distiller in 1883, Acorn Hall in Greendale was left in limbo in recent years by a complicated foreclosure. Now, Bill and Nancy Smith are bringing the home back to its former glory. 

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Preserving the Legacy of Roberts Settlement
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Two grants from Indiana Landmarks will help preserve important buildings at Roberts Settlement in Hamilton County, one of the state’s oldest historically black communities.

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