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
 west@indianalandmarks.org
Staff
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
Hilt House, Vincennes
Saving Some of Indiana’s Earliest Architecture
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

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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(Photo: Indiana State University)
Normal Hall Inspires Again
News, Rehabs & Renovations

The rehabilitated Neoclassical landmark reclaims its role as a central hub of Indiana State University campus.

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Upcoming Events
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Wabash - Solomon Wilson Building 1882 by Lee Lewellen
Preserving Historic Places Conference

Save the date! Indiana’s statewide preservation conference heads to Wabash, April 26-28, 2017.

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