Western Regional Office

Terre Haute

Helping neighbors save buildings and other places that matter in Benton, Carroll, Clay, Clinton, Daviess, Fountain, Greene, Knox, Montgomery, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Tippecanoe, Vermillion, Vigo, and Warren counties.

Western Regional Office
Office Details
669 Ohio Street Terre Haute, IN 47807 812-232-4534
Tommy Kleckner, Director tkleckner@indianalandmarks.org
Western Regional Territory

Where We're Located

Our regional office occupies an Art Deco (with a hint of Streamline Moderne) landmark in downtown Terre Haute. Built as Terre Haute Mutual Savings Association in 1941, it’s a block south of 7th and Wabash—the intersection claimed as “The Crossroads of America.”

Miller & Yeager designed the one-story building that now owns National Register status as part of the Wabash Avenue East Historic District. The firm employed the Art Deco aesthetic in several of its higher profile buildings, including the Terre Haute Post Office & Federal Building (adapted as Indiana State University’s Scott College of Business) and the Terre Haute City Hall.

The Western Regional Office serves 17 counties, working with individuals and groups to save historic places and offering restoration advice.

Recent News
Deer Creek Bridge Putnamville
Deer Creek and the Historic National Road

Those who take the time to ramble down a short but scenic stretch of the Historic National Road just a mile and half west of U.S. 231 near Putnamville will be rewarded with dramatic views and a better appreciation of the area’s importance in National Road history.

The son of Frank Lloyd Wright, John Lloyd Wright was also an architect. He dubbed his "Pagoda House" built in 1934 in Long Beach "the first bit of real architecture I have ever done." (Photo: Kurt Garner)
Architects Who Left Their Mark on Indiana

Indiana’s historic building stock includes examples designed by such world-renown architects as Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, Eero Saarinen, Philip Johnson, Richard Meier, and Michael Graves, just to name a few.

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