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Ford Plant Indianapolis
Endangered Places, Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News, Saved, Tours

The long vacant 1914 Ford Motor Company Plant in Indianapolis passes to new ownership this month, ensuring a sustainable future for an important automotive landmark.

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Madison Elks Lodge
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Eleven years after a fire nearly destroyed Madison’s 1904 Elks Lodge, the building has a new owner and a new planned use.

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Cole Porter Birthplace, Peru, Indiana
News, Rehabs & Renovations

The restored childhood home of one of America’s most beloved twentieth-century songwriters is for sale in Peru, Indiana. Could it be the one for you?

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Kizer House, South Bend
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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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Evansville Greyhound Station
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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Speakman House, Rising Sun
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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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Hartman House, New Albany
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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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Marion National Bank
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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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Hinkle-Garton Farmstead
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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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