Indiana Landmarks News

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Press Releases, Sacred Places

Money will expand work to preserve historic churches and support congregations

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Press Releases

Samara prepares to reopen to public tours in the spring.

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News

Partners in Richmond, Marion, and Huntington use Indiana Landmarks Endangered Places loans to support local preservation work.

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Kizer House, South Bend
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Indiana Landmarks employs direct approach to save meaningful places.

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Press Releases

Grants support efforts to repair, repurpose, and raise awareness of historic sites.

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Press Releases

How about a historic house in a small Indiana town?

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Press Releases

The project is a result of extraordinary foresight by the late Zelpha Schoen Mitsch and collaboration between Indiana Landmarks and Floyd County.

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Greek's Candy Store, Princeton
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Preservation nonprofit Downtown Princeton, Inc., is on a mission to save a landmark building and reopen Greek’s Candy Store.

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Davis Building, Winchester
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Winchester’s Davis Building is poised to reclaim status as a downtown anchor thanks to new owners with a plan for its revival.

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