Indiana Landmarks News

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Press Releases

More than 50 rescued and restored Hoosier places featured in Indiana Landmarks Rescued & Restored

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Press Releases

Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau welcome nominations for the 2020 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation.

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Oliver Morton Home Centerville
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Ball State professor Ron Morris spent nine years restoring the Centerville home of Governor Oliver P. Morton.

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Nowland Ave Bridge Indianapolis
News

A group of neighbors from Indianapolis’s Near Eastside wants to rehab the historic Nowland Avenue Bridge in Spades Park.

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Gary Water Tower Demolition
News

The surprise demolition of Gary’s historic water tower is a painful lesson and an opportunity for the city to engage in serious conversations about saving and revitalizing its historic places. 

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Press Releases

Grants help plan next steps for landmarks in Jeffersonville, LaPorte, Vevay, and Indianapolis

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Miller-Parrott Baking Co Terre Haute
News

After years of vacancy, work is underway to convert the the former Miller-Parrott Baking Company in Terre Haute into senior housing.

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Eagles Theatre, Wabash
News, Rehabs & Renovations

The Eagles Theatre has been an anchor in downtown Wabash since 1906. After a sweeping restoration, the landmark is poised to become an even wider regional attraction.

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Ulysses P Schenck House, Vevay
News

The Ulysses P. Schenck House and the Schenck Mansion are both on the market, an extraordinary opportunity for new owners to become part of their storied history.

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