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After years of restoration, Fort Wayne resident Arline Nation plans to safeguard investment in her historic home by donating the property to Indiana Landmarks.

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Community groups in Flora and Montpelier merit 2023 Sandi Servaas Memorial Awards

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Hill House, Hanover
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On Hanover’s Main Street, Indiana Landmarks is part of a rehabilitation ripple effect that’s prompted investment in three previously neglected historic homes.

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Pete Bauer and Mary Ellen O'Connell, South Bend
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To protect the work they’ve put into restoring their 1905 home in South Bend, Pete Bauer and Mary Ellen O’Connell have made estate plans to leave the property to Indiana Landmarks.

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Ferdinand Mercantile after
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Ferdinand native Keith Fritz spent three years transforming a nineteenth century commercial building into a dramatic living and gathering space.

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Indiana Landmarks and Fountain County Landmarks partner on plans to make sure Cottrell Village remains a community treasure.

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Hassmer House Tavern and Inn
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After more than a decade of vacancy, Versailles’ Hassmer House Tavern & Inn is flourishing as part of a revitalization trend on the city’s courthouse square.

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West Baden First Baptist Church by Lee Lewellen
African American Landmarks, News, Rehabs & Renovations, Sacred Places

A volunteer-powered renewal project helped a historic African American church in West Baden Springs reclaim its role as a house of worship.

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Depot Square Apartments Batesville Romweber
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A new apartment development called Depot Square Flats opens as the latest addition to Batesville’s revitalized Romweber factory complex.

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