Indiana Landmarks News

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Rehabs & Renovations, Saved

One family’s journey to resurrecting a mid-century Lustron for their vacation home.

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Means Manor, Gary
African American Landmarks

Homebuilder Andrew Means got his start in Gary and became a trailblazer for African American real estate developers, leaving an indelible mark on the city’s architectural legacy.

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Indianapolis Railways Streetcar No. 153
News

The Hoosier Heartland Trolley Company is using a grant from Indiana Landmarks and the Central Indiana Community Foundation to restore Streetcar No. 153, the last surviving streetcar from the Indianapolis Railways electric streetcar system.

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Eagle Cotton Mill, Madison
News, Saved

A multi-million-dollar project is poised to transform one of Madison’s highest profile landmarks, a preservation save a long time in the making.

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Albion Opera House
News, Saved

A pair of lawyers from Ligoinier stepped forward to rescue Albion’s historic Opera House from long-term limbo.

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Foster Park Pavilion #3 Fort Wayne
News

A public-private partnership aims to restore Fort Wayne’s WPA-constructed Foster Park Pavilion #3 to its original appearance.

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Angevine Cabin, Lawrenceburg
News

Thirty years after its reconstruction, Lawrenceburg’s c.1820 Angevine Cabin is undergoing top-to-bottom restoration. 

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Owens Hall, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
News

The Sisters of Providence embraced a creative solution to preserve a mid-century building on the campus of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in Terre Haute.

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Press Releases

In partnership with Indiana Dunes National Park, Indiana Landmarks is accepting proposals for the restoration and long-term lease of the House of Tomorrow.

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