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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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Cone House, North Vernon
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North Vernon’s historic Cone House was on the docket for demo before Indiana Landmarks orchestrated an 11th-hour save.

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Roberts School, Indianapolis
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Preservation advocates struggled to find a viable reuse for Indianapolis’s landmark Roberts School for more than a decade before its successful transformation into market-rate apartments, opening this August.

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African American Landmarks, Saved

Indiana Landmarks recognizes winners in Valparaiso, Princeton, and Wabash for their advocacy for historic buildings and preservation.

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African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places, Saved

Indiana Landmarks recognizes the outstanding restoration of Second Baptist Church, an Underground Railroad landmark.

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Washington County Courthouse, Salem
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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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Rehabs & Renovations, Saved, Tours

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

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Speakman House, Rising Sun
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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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Newkirk Mansion, Connersville
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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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