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Preservation Louisville

 This Blog was originally published on Preservation Louisville I would like to give full credit to the author over at Preservation Inc. There is not a way I could articulate all this great information on my own. And with that I leave you with this very interesting article and urge you to click over to their website so that you make view all the historical buildings and unique architecture that the great city of Louisville has to offer.

 

         Preservation Louisville Announces Metro’s 2010

    Top 10 Most Endangered Historic Places & Top 10 Preservation Successes

 A “most endangered” list is a preservation tool for recognizing sites with historic, cultural or archaeological significance that are directly threatened or in immediate danger of being lost. The “Endangered Properties” list has a long history in Louisville. It was initially created by Preservation Alliance, and in 1999 the list was taken over by The Louisville Historic League. The list is now compiled and published by Preservation Louisville, Inc., Louisville’s citywide preservation organization since 2007. This year along with the list of “Louisville’s Top 10 Endangered Historic Places” list, Preservation Louisville will also announce “Louisville’s Top 10 Preservation Successes”. The lists were announced during a 10:30 a.m. press conference in front of one of Louisville’s Whiskey Row buildings - Patrick O'Sheas Restaurant, a recipient of a 2010 Preservation Success award. Preservation Louisville, Inc. is a citywide, non-profit preservation organization that works in partnership with local, state and national organizations to promote preservation of Louisville’s historic resources through education and advocacy.

 Again you can view the original article on on PreservationLouisville.org

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