STEUBEN COUNTY, IN - A building which served as a clubhouse for a segregated resort community in Steuben County is among 11 places in Indiana receiving restoration and rehabilitation assistance.
The project will receive benefits through a fund established by the late Eli Lilly chemist and preservation champion Standiford “Stan” Cox. Indiana Landmarks announced the funding, which includes grants totaling $190,000.
The Fox Lake Preservation Foundation in Steuben County will receive $15,000 for rehabilitation of the K.T. Thompson Lodge, which served as clubhouse for the Fox Lake community established in 1927.
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