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Saving Some of Indiana’s Earliest Architecture
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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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Honoring People Who Make Preservation a Priority
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Trio of winners honored for work supporting historic preservation.

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New Use for Indianapolis Naval Armory
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Plans are underway to open Riverside High next year in the distinctive WPA-era landmark.

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Blockheads Rejoice at Owen Block Restoration
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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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Rescued House Could Be the One for You
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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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Telling the Story of Lyles Station
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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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Moving Picture: Fowler Theatre takes prize
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You’d be hard-pressed to find a more can-do, grassroots effort, or a more exemplary restoration than Prairie Preservation Guild’s rescue and revival of Fowler Theatre in Indiana.

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Little House Snatched From the Jaws
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Local organizations collaborate with Indiana Landmarks to save a small South Bend landmark marked for demolition.

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Saving the Sacred
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Indiana Landmarks rescues Bockhold Hall, a former religious property in Indianapolis’s Haughville neighborhood.

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