Indiana Landmarks News

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Vote for Preservation in Southern Indiana
News

Two former 10 Most Endangered sites are vying for funding through the USA Today Network’s community grant competition.

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Wabash Sheriff’s House & Jail Wins Reprieve
News

Last month, Indiana Landmarks became proud owner of the Wabash Sheriff’s House & Jail, an endangered historic structure previously marked for demolition.

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DIY Tips From the Experts at Restore Michiana
DIY, News

Whether you’re planning your next house project or just ready to learn something new, Restore Michiana returns with lectures and workshops focusing on old-home rehab essentials.

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Setting the Stage: Delphi Opera House takes Prize
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

Heroic restoration of the city’s 1865 opera house sparks revitalization throughout downtown.

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Willard Carpenter House, Evansville
House Remains a Symbol of Evansville History
African American Landmarks, News

Evansville’s Willard Carpenter House, 405 Carpenter Street, is one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in the region, and it reminds us of one founding father’s commitment to the community.

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Snell Lustron, Indiana Dunes
Dunes Tour Features a Century of Architecture
News, Tours

Indiana Landmarks and the National Park Service are teaming up again to present “Logs to Lustrons,” May 12-13 in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.

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Lynn's Pharmacy, Brazil, Indiana
Investing in Preservation
News, Rehabs & Renovations

The owners of Lynn’s Pharmacy in Brazil hope rehabilitation of their historic properties will inspire others in the community to follow suit.

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Hillforest, Aurora
Enter a Portal to the Past
News, Tours

Built in 1855 as a private home, Aurora’s Hillforest has found long life in more public roles.

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Lewis House House, Fort Wayne
Family Landmark Gets Permanent Protection
News

With commercial development rapidly expanding in the nearby area, a homeowner in Fort Wayne can rest easy that her historic family home won’t be torn down for a fast food franchise or a used-car lot.

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