Now in our 28th year!


Founded in August 1994, the Delphi Preservation Society held its first meeting during Delphi's Old Settlers Celebration.  As an Indiana non-profit organization, we strive to preserve the historic architectural and cultural integrity of Delphi, Indiana.

Among our accomplishments is the restoration of the 19th-century Delphi Opera House as a performance venue and community center. The Society offers educational programs and architectural tours, nominates properties for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, sponsors historic residence plaques, and recognizes the achievements of individuals and organizations in preservation activities.

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In the Limelight: Legacy event honors Brian Lamb and Abbie VanSickle

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Pulitzer-prize winning author, Abbie VanSickle
and C-SPAN founder, Brian Lamb


WLFI-TV 18 news anchor, Jeff Smith,
interviews honorees on the historic stage.


Brian Lamb poses next to his grandfather
Peter Lamb's signature on the backstage wall.


Special guests of Brian Lamb included Barbara Fraser,
the widow of his mentor from Jefferson High School, 
Marifran Mattson, Head of Purdue's Brian Lamb
School of  Communication, and Bill Fraser.

The inaugural 
members of the newly formed Limelight Society
signed the backstage wall of the Delphi Opera House.
Join us!


Read the front-page articles in the Carroll County Comet about the Legacy Event and the Limelight Society.


Delphi High School's Parnassus staff were in the audience - media legacies of the future.

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      July 2021 DPS      Newsletter
Read and be amazed at the economic impact of the Delphi Opera House
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Sara Daly Brosman honored by DPS with a portrait by Jamie Hicks