Indiana Landmarks News

Location: Southern

Indiana Landmarks Campus
News

To help slow the potential spread of COVID-19, all Indiana Landmarks offices and properties remain closed to the public until at least July 4.

KEEP READING
Judy O'Bannon Williamson Prize
News

For her decades of work advocating for historic places, Judy O’Bannon receives Indiana Landmarks’ 2020 Williamson Prize for outstanding leadership in historic preservation.

KEEP READING
Downtown Madison, Indiana
News

Examining the role and power of downtowns and how communities are pivoting amid a pandemic.

KEEP READING
Press Releases

In recognition of more than 50 years of personal involvement and public advocacy, Judy O’Bannon is the recipient of Indiana Landmarks’ 2020 Williamson Prize for outstanding leadership in historic preservation.

KEEP READING
Monticello post office mural
News

If your local post office was built in the 1930s and 1940s, take a close look the next time you step into the lobby. You may be in for a treat!

KEEP READING
Howe Homestead
News

In Howe, Indiana, Indiana Landmarks is spearheading a turnkey renovation at the homestead of the town’s namesake, John Howe, before putting it on the market.

KEEP READING
Kerr Block Building, Union City
News

City leaders intent on revitalizing the Union City’s commercial district have established a team to look at potential reuse of the historic Kerr Block.

KEEP READING
Switzerland County Community Arts Center
News

Grants from Indiana Landmarks’ Efroymson Family Endangered Places program are helping two Vevay nonprofits make their historic venues more accessible.

KEEP READING
Markle House, Vigo County
News

A former Jewish synagogue in Ligonier and one of Vigo County’s oldest houses are protected by preservation easements donated to Indiana Landmarks.

KEEP READING
Cecelian Apartment Building, Marion
News

In downtown Marion, a trio of historic properties are slated for a multi-million-dollar restoration that will turn them into affordable housing for seniors.

KEEP READING