Indiana Landmarks News

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Historic African American sites in Indiana to benefit from grants

Program honors retired Eli Lilly chemist and preservationist Stan Cox

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Indiana Landmarks awards more than $215,000 to save meaningful places

In 2020, Indiana Landmarks awarded more than $215,000 to help nonprofits and cities around Indiana save meaningful places.

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Indiana Avenue development alternatives topic of Nov. 10 program

Online information session looks at history of Indiana Avenue, plans for a proposed development, and alternatives for the area.

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Indiana Landmarks targets Wabash neighborhood for revitalization

The preservation nonprofit will rehab six historic houses before offering them for sale.

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Indiana Landmarks announces new directors and officers

Six new directors join board of statewide preservation group.

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Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in West Lafayette to get $1 million restoration

A National Historic Landmark, Samara is rare among Wright-designed works.

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Ayres Clock repairs reveal rusting, corrosion and holes

Work involves restoration of the art piece that surrounds the clock itself.

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Repairs to city’s beloved Ayres Clock start today

Second round of repairs to restore its luster and ensure clock’s long-term viability.

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10 Most Endangered places in Indiana announced

Indiana Landmarks announces annual list of landmarks in jeopardy

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