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Terre Haute Gem Has Lost its Luster
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A temple-like landmark with gleaming white stucco walls, Rea Park’s Clubhouse was the crowning jewel of Terre Haute parks. Today, it’s a gem in need of polishing.

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Southern Indiana Church Joins Group of Elite Peers
African American Landmarks, News

New Albany’s Second Baptist Church wins recognition as a “Network to Freedom” site, honoring the role the church played in the Underground Railroad.

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Couple Captivated by House on Millionaire’s Row
News, Rehabs & Renovations

After a $200,000 renovation by Richmond Neighborhood Restoration, the McGuire Mansion is in the hands of new owners, a match that seems designed by providence.

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Staying True to Form at Lafayette’s Fowler House
News, Rehabs & Renovations

We’re working with owners of the historic Fowler House to make sure work to transform the remarkable home into an events venue doesn’t alter its historic character.

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Showcase Home Needs Some TLC
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It’s an eclectic architectural sampler, and now this Batesville home needs attention before deferred maintenance causes further damage.

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Refreshing Plans for Indy’s Coca-Cola Bottling Plant
Events, News

Developers are concocting plans to transform one of the city’s finest Art Deco landmarks into a robust mixed-use space. Our tour on August 12 offers an exclusive “before” look at the historic property.

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Evansville Stadium Stands Among Baseball’s Elite
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Evansville’s Bosse Field stands as a memorial to America’s national pastime. Built in 1915 during the “golden age of ballparks” (1909-1923), the stadium remains an iconic landmark with impressive credentials.

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Preserving Indiana’s Historic Red Cross Connection
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Indiana National Resources Foundation is reconstructing the Clara Barton cabin, a fascinating and little-remembered part of Lawrence County’s history.

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Saving One of the Oldest Houses in Wabash
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When demolition loomed, Indiana Landmarks stepped in to save the pre-Civil War era Albers House in Wabash. We’ll make repairs, then look for a buyer to complete restoration.

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