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

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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
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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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Hilt House, Vincennes
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Once a potential target of demolition, the Hilt House in Vincennes went from snoozer to looker in less than a year thanks to diligent work by the Vincennes/Knox Preservation Foundation.

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Trio of winners honored for work supporting historic preservation.

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Plans are underway to open Riverside High next year in the distinctive WPA-era landmark.

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Owen Block, Evansville IN
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The historic Owen Block in downtown Evansville, once slated for the wrecking ball, reopened August 5, restored to its original elegance.

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George Humbert House, Huntington IN
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Indiana Landmarks and our affiliate Huntington Alert rescued a house destined for the wrecking ball and placed it on the road to revitalization. Soon it could by yours.

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African American Landmarks, News, Saved

Saved from near ruin, Lyles Consolidated School tells the story of a rural African American community in southwest Indiana. The story will be featured as part of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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