Indiana Landmarks News

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African American Landmarks, Saved

Indiana Landmarks recognizes winners in Valparaiso, Princeton, and Wabash for their advocacy for historic buildings and preservation.

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Doud Orchards, Denver
Hidden Gems

You can learn all about antique apples at Doud Orchards, a family-owned operation in vintage buildings that has been in business near the Miami County town of Denver since 1894.

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Press Releases

Six new directors join preservation group’s board of trustees

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Press Releases

Sammy Terry to emcee event on October 26 in Indianapolis featuring scary movies, music, lighting, and a costume contest.

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Modern Landmarks

A mid-century home with a rich architectural heritage in New Albany finds new purpose as a respite for creative individuals and groups.

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Rehabs & Renovations

Monon preservationists are working to revive the city’s 1938 theater as a community gathering space.

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Modern Landmarks

A 2012 renovation of Indianapolis’s Minton-Capehart Federal Building recaptured some of the Brutalist icon’s most distinctive features.

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Roberts School, Indianapolis
News, Saved

Preservation advocates struggled to find a viable reuse for Indianapolis’s landmark Roberts School for more than a decade before its successful transformation into market-rate apartments, opening this August.

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Greentown Glass by Ken Ratcliff on Flickr
Hidden Gems

Though only in business from 1894 to 1903, the Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Company in Greentown produced glassware that remains collectible today.

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