The Indiana Lincoln Highway Association office has moved down the street:

The Indiana Chapter has moved a few blocks west to a small office space in the 1885 Romanesque mansion built by South Bend business leader William Kizer, listed in the 1915 LH Road Guide as the St. Joseph County Consul.  While the interior is being renovated by Indiana Landmarks, who will use this as their Northern Regional Office, we are in the carriage house behind the home.  The INLHA took over the space in the Remedy Building when the LHA National Office was closed in 2008. The replica LH concrete post that was planted during the LHA National Office Dedication on April 21, 2007, will be removed and stored until it can be installed at an appropriate site along the 1928 alignment. The new INLHA address is 801 W. Washington St., South Bend, IN 46601.  Bev Gillespie continues as the volunteer office manager.

New tour brochure highlights South Bend history

From Indiana Landmarks Northern Regional Office – September 2012 Monthly News:

A new heritage tour in South Bend highlights the legacy of several titans of industry who influenced the city’s history and development. The just-released Studebaker Bendix Heritage Trail brochure guides participants on a 13-site tour of churches, homes, and factories associated with some of South Bend’s most prominent businessmen and their families. Download the brochure (click here for a pdf file), or request a copy by contacting Todd Zeiger, 574-232-4534,