- In the interior view of the Historic Baker Office Building, Evansville HPC members Steve Culbertson and John Decker (both in background) are among the members of the carpentry crew.
- De Pere Lockkeeper's House; built in 1912; restored in 2012 Listed on the National Register; WAHPC Honorable Mention Award 2014
- Commission members and other city officials often provide hands-on aid in preservation projects. Professional painting contractor Cheryl Fuchs, who was also a member of the Evansville Park & Recreation Board, works on the architectural details of the Historic Baker Office Building, which has been restored as a local history museum and visitor center.
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