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Ford Plant Indianapolis
A New Future for an Indianapolis Automotive Landmark
Endangered Places, Indiana Automotive Landmarks, News, Saved, Tours

The long vacant 1914 Ford Motor Company Plant in Indianapolis passes to new ownership this month, ensuring a sustainable future for an important automotive landmark.

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Speakman House, Rising Sun
Tour Offers Inside Look at Speakman House
News, Tours

On October 22, visitors will get a rare look at one of Indiana’s grandest yet most endangered homes, when the Ohio County Historical Society hosts a tour of the Speakman House in Rising Sun.

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Revival Rooted in History
Tours

On August 18 and 19, Indiana Landmarks hosts a two-day workshop and tour examining the heritage of Baptisttown, one of the largest African American communities in southern Indiana.

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Snell Lustron, Indiana Dunes
Dunes Tour Features a Century of Architecture
News, Tours

Indiana Landmarks and the National Park Service are teaming up again to present “Logs to Lustrons,” May 12-13 in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.

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Hillforest, Aurora
Enter a Portal to the Past
News, Tours

Built in 1855 as a private home, Aurora’s Hillforest has found long life in more public roles.

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Lessons in Revival from Wabash
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved, Tours

Today, as many small towns suffer population loss and the accompanying disinvestment and vacancy, Wabash remains a risk-taking, can-do place known for revitalized buildings, thriving small businesses, and capitalizing on heritage.

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Tours Introduce Historic Downtown Gary
News, Tours

This summer, tours invite visitors to learn Gary’s story and help reimagine the city as a vibrant destination. The tour includes downtown landmarks previously inaccessible to the public. At the same time, a crowdfunding campaign is underway to secure some of the city’s key landmarks.

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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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Potter-Haan House, Lafayette
A House That’s Logged a Lot of Miles
Hidden Gems, Tours

We’ve heard of house moves, and we’ve been responsible for some, but none quite as ambitious and grand as the move of Lafayette’s Potter-Haan House. It traveled all the way from Connecticut to Missouri before coming to rest in Indiana back in 1904.

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