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Offutt's Ford Bridge Rush Co by Lee Lewellen
Rush County Heritage Celebrates 30 Years
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Rush County Heritage coalesced in 1986 to save the county’s iconic covered bridges. Three decades later, the group boasts an admirable portfolio of preservation success stories.

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Roberts School IPS #97
New Use Slated for Former IPS School
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After more than a decade in limbo and a stint on Indiana Landmarks 10 Most Endangered list, Indianapolis Public School (IPS) #97 moves to the “saved” column.

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Wolcott Mound
Wolcott Mound Suggests Ancient History
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Ball State students used ground-penetrating radar to deduce the significance of an unusual mound adjacent to a house we rescued in Wolcottville.

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Historic Morris School Hits the Road
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To avoid demolition, a nineteenth-century one-room schoolhouse will be moved to a new home, where it may be restored for use as a programming and events space.

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PCC & St. Louis Depot, Marion
Quilters Hall of Fame Saves Historic Marion Depot
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It looked like the end of the line for the old Marion PCC & St. Louis train station in Marion until a preservation savior offered a plan to revitalize the rundown building.

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West Baden Springs Hotel restored
West Baden Springs, Twenty Years Later
Rehabs & Renovations, Saved, Tours

With thanks to a heroic volunteer corps, this year we celebrate the twentieth anniversary of our West Baden-French Lick tour program.

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Phillips Temple, Indianapolis
Adaptive Use is Former Church’s Saving Grace
African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places, Saved

Previously threatened with demolition, Phillips Temple in Indianapolis survives thanks to preservation advocacy and creative reuse.

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Tiny House Settling into Its New Home
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Restoration begins at the historic Peters-Margedant House, now in its new location at the University of Evansville.

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Holliday Park Ruins, Indianapolis
Reviving the Holliday Park Ruins
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After an ambitious five-year campaign by a dogged grassroots group, Indianapolis’s Holliday Park celebrates renovation of its iconic Ruins.

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