Indiana Landmarks News

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Princess Theater, Rushville
News, Rehabs & Renovations

After nearly 20 years of vacancy, Rushville’s Princess Theatre reopened its doors thanks to local perseverance and the state’s Stellar Communities program.

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Glass and jar show at Huddleston Farmhouse
News

Find vintage glass and more during the Huddleston Jar and Antique Market at Huddleston Farmhouse in Cambridge City on Saturday, June 8.

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Logs to Lustrons Tour, Indiana Dunes
Events

On May 3 and 4, our annual Logs to Lustrons talk and tour highlight more than a century of history and architecture in the newly designated Indiana Dunes National Park.

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American House hotel, Carroll County
News

Saved from demolition, the former American House Hotel in Carroll County is being restored for new use as a tribute to Indiana’s transportation heritage.

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National Biscuit Company Building, Evansville
News

A vacant Evansville building with a famous name is slated for rehabilitation as residential and commercial space.

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Holman Oak Tree at Veraestau
News

The trees on the grounds of Veraestau, our country estate in Aurora, help define the historic property. What happens when those trees are damaged or begin to die?

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Humbert House for sale, Huntington
News

Huntington Alert rescued the 1879 Humbert House from demolition. Now the group is looking for a buyer who will finish restoring the stately home.

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Historic barn Mt. Ayr Newton County
News

The newly established George Ade Historic Preservation Commission will work to protect landmarks throughout Newtown County.

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Wienmann Building Kleinhelter Gallery, New Albany
News, Rehabs & Renovations

The opening of Kleinhelter Gallery in New Albany’s historic Weinmann Building marked the culmination of a preservation success years in the making.

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