Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana...
- saves and protects buildings and places of architectural and historical significance.
- leads and assists individuals, organizations, and communities in preserving, adapting and revitalizing Indiana's endangered landmarks.
- educates the public, restores buildings, advocates preservation, and provides financial support for preservation efforts.
- seeks to enrich contemporary life and leave a legacy of landmarks.
Preserving Hoosier places. In 1960, alarmed by the loss of defining historic buildings in the capital city, a group of Indianapolis civic leaders created Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana. The organization established by those volunteers now ranks as the largest private statewide preservation group in the United States, with an Indianapolis headquarters and nine regional offices staffed by professionals who help Hoosiers save and restore old buildings.
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Historical Landmarks Foundation of Indiana is not employed by or affiliated with the Land Conservation Assistance Network, and the Network does not certify or guarantee their services. The reader must perform their own due diligence and use their own judgment in the selection of any professional.
Contact Historical Landmarks Foundation of Indiana
Vice President of Preservation Services
340 W Michigan St
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202-3204 Phone:
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