Northeast Field Office

Helping neighbors save buildings and other places that matter in Adams, Allen, Grant, Huntington, Miami, Wabash, and Wells counties.

Wabash downtown
Indiana's statewide preservation conference in April 2017 will showcase Wabash, where the downtown has been on a redevelopment roll. (Photo by Lee Lewellen)
Office Details
231 W. Canal Street Wabash, IN 46992 260-563-7094 northeast@indianalandmarks.org
Paul Hayden, Director phayden@indianalandmarks.org
Northeast Territory

Where We're Located

We opened the Northeast Field Office in March 2016 thanks to a grant from Lilly Endowment. The grant received late in 2015 boosted Indiana Landmarks’ endowment, a critical source of funding for annual operations and for our field services.

The Northeast Field Office serves seven counties, working with individuals and groups to save historic places and offering restoration advice.

Indiana Landmarks thanks board member Parker Beauchamp, who provides our office space at his firm, InGuard Insurance in Wabash.

Recent News
Indiana Landmarks Offers Free Look at Oldest House in Wabash
Press Releases

The preservation organization restored the exterior of the Alber House and is listing it for sale.

Downtown Wabash
Wabash Becomes Model of Revitalization

Wabash has long been a forward-looking city, and its thriving downtown shows the power of using preservation to fight decline.

Upcoming Events
Saturday, October 27, 2018
Alber House, Wabash
Landmark Look: Alber House

Known as the oldest surviving house in Wabash, immigrant Philip Alber built this 1849 home, made of local brick and stone, in just 10 days.

What's happening?

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