Indiana Landmarks News

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People with vision in Seymour and Richmond use preservation to revive historic neighborhoods and downtown.

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Press Releases

Indiana Landmarks’ First Friday gallery show on December 7 doubles as a holiday bazaar where visitors can immediately take home what they buy. The annual holiday concert on December 13 features traditional and contemporary holiday music starring the restored 1892 organ, joined by piano, handbells, and professional singers.

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Press Releases

Indiana Landmarks welcomes nominations for the 2019 Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration.

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Davis Building, Brazil, Clay County
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Brazil’s rehabbed Davis Building opens as a mixed-use development that will help spur further economic development in the Clay County community.

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Preservation Hall, Newburgh
News

Every historic structure requires regular maintenance and long-range planning, and folks in Newburgh are pursuing help of this sort for Preservation Hall.

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Apollo Caster building, Huntington
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Matt Wilcox rehabbed Huntington’s historic Fulton Milk Company building to house his distribution business, preserving the landmark’s Art Deco highlights.

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Historic facades in downtown Hobart
News

In Hobart, the city is using a façade grant program as an incentive for owners to rehabilitate properties in the historic commercial district.

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Galena Library, New Albany
News, Rehabs & Renovations

Floyd County Library restored a historic house in the small community of Galena to become its first all-digital branch.

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St Mary's Center Building, Notre Dame
News

The Sisters of the Holy Cross at St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame hope to restore the historic clock atop the campus’s Center Building by the end of the year.

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