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207 Hanover Ave House Aurora
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Indiana Landmarks will kick-start restoration at an impressive historic home in Aurora’s Westside neighborhood before selling it to a buyer who can complete the work.

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Endangered Places, Modern Landmarks, News, Saved

Endangered no more, the Mid-Century Modern standout finds new purpose as the Harry Cooler Conference Center.

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A new exhibit at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science celebrates William Wesley Peters’ architectural legacy.

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Kunz-Hartman House Ribbon Cutting 2019
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In May, Indiana Landmarks recognized the completed restoration of the Kunz Hartman House, the new home of our Southern Regional Office.

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Sacred Places, Saved

In transforming a historic Indianapolis church into their home, one couple gained a one-of-a-kind residence.

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One family’s journey to resurrecting a mid-century Lustron for their vacation home.

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Eagle Cotton Mill, Madison
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A multi-million-dollar project is poised to transform one of Madison’s highest profile landmarks, a preservation save a long time in the making.

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Albion Opera House
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A pair of lawyers from Ligoinier stepped forward to rescue Albion’s historic Opera House from long-term limbo.

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St. John's Lutheran Church, Goshen
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When a windstorm ripped the roof off of St. John’s Lutheran Church, many people feared it would spell doom for the church. Indiana Landmarks helped a dedicated group of supporters come to the rescue.

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