Indiana Landmarks News

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News, Tours

On August 24, our Cold War Experience offers a day-long exploration of northwest Indiana military compounds that protected America at home and abroad.

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Woodruff Place
News

A recent study by preservation economist Donovan Rypkema shows the positive economic impact of historic designation in Indianapolis neighborhoods.

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Modern Landmarks, News, Tours

Mid-Century Modern lovers dream about finding a place like the on Karen Valentine and Bob Coscarelli snagged in Michigan City.

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Press Releases

Experience on Aug. 24 visits former military compounds that protected America at home and abroad.

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Central School, Cambridge City
News

Remarkably well-maintained through two decades of vacancy, Cambridge City’s former Central School needs a buyer with the vision and capital to give it new purpose.

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Press Releases

Indiana Humanities and Indiana Landmarks have awarded grants of up to $2,500 to eight nonprofit organizations across Indiana.

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Former First Financial Bank
News

On June 14, First Financial Corporation generously donated its former First Financial Bank to Indiana Landmarks. Once restored, the building will become new home of the CANDLES Holocaust Museum.

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Glenn A. Black House
News

In the 1930s and ’40s, Indiana native Glenn A. Black redefined the study of archaeology. A new marker memorializes his contributions at one of his most significant research sites.

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News

Supporters plan to transform the former Medora Brick Plant into a unique park paying homage to one of the small rural community’s largest former industries.

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Rock City Lofts, Wabash
News

With the recent completion of Rock City Lofts, Wabash adds even more economic to fuel to its historic downtown, and another revived landmark to the growing list.

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