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Judy O’Bannon honored for decades of preservation leadership

In recognition of more than 50 years of personal involvement and public advocacy, Judy O’Bannon is the recipient of Indiana Landmarks’ 2020 Williamson Prize for outstanding leadership in historic preservation.

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Stories of dramatic transformations fill new book about historic Indiana places

More than 50 rescued and restored Hoosier places featured in Indiana Landmarks Rescued & Restored

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Historic farms sought for rural preservation award

Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau welcome nominations for the 2020 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation.

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Indiana Landmarks awards nearly $23,000 to save meaningful places

Grants help plan next steps for landmarks in Jeffersonville, LaPorte, Vevay, and Indianapolis

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Preservation Easement Will Protect One of Vigo County’s Oldest Houses

Indiana Landmarks has accepted a preservation easement on the historic Markle House near Terre Haute.

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Two-time Indy 500 champ Al Unser, Jr., and Bob Jenkins talk racing on April 2

The pair will chat about racing and track culture in a free talk at Indiana Landmarks Center.

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Naval Armory conversion wins state’s top restoration prize

Indianapolis Classical Schools wins Indiana Landmarks’ 2020 Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration.

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Indiana Landmarks names director for its Southwest Field Office

The office serves Gibson, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh, and Warrick counties.

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Indiana Landmarks names director for its Southwest Field Office

Candice Croix has been named director of Indiana Landmarks’ Southwest Field Office in Evansville, replacing Stewart Sebree, who retired in November.

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