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New Albany Church Wins Cook Cup
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Indiana Landmarks recognizes the outstanding restoration of Second Baptist Church, an Underground Railroad landmark.

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Repairs Scheduled for Washington County Courthouse
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Galvanized by the courthouse’s inclusion on Indiana Landmarks’ 10 Most list, Washington County officials have committed more than $1 million to repair and restore the spectacular Romanesque Revival landmark.

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Frank Lloyd Wright in Indiana
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Exploring famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy in Indiana, where seven of his designs remain.

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New Owner Steps Forward to Rescue Endangered House
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After a stint on our 10 Most Endangered list, one of Indiana’s great historic houses is headed toward salvation. A new owner plans to revive Ohio County’s Speakman House, a Greek Revival standout.

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Selling to Make the Save
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To save the endangered Newkirk Mansion in Connersville, we used a tactic that we came to rely on during the recession, when we had zero spare cash, and continue to use because it’s just smart business.

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Reclaiming a Beloved Bungalow
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A for sale sign drew in old house lovers Jeff Been and Eric Graninger, who saw preserving a charming bungalow on East Monroe Street as essential to keeping Delphi’s historic fabric intact.

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Finding Solutions for White Elephants
Endangered Places, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

When a landmark gets the white elephant label, the word demolition usually surfaces. Indiana Landmarks tries to save these historic structures, helping to identify new purposes and imaginative developers.

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Endangered Newkirk Mansion Saved!
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It’s one of the Indiana’s most architecturally distinctive homes, and after decades of neglect Connersville’s Newkirk Mansion is back in the hands of owners who cherish it.

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A New Future for an Indianapolis Automotive Landmark
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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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