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Tuesday, May 9, 2006

Most endangered

Posted By on Tue, May 9, 2006 at 8:06 PM

The Arkansas Historic Preservation Alliance issued its annual list of most endangered historic sites, places that are in danger of survival. Ray Winder Field is the most famous on this year's list, the minor league ballpark due to fall silent with opening of a new park in NLR next year.

The list:

Johnny Cash Boyhood Home
Dyess Colony Administration Building
Centennial Baptist Church
Argenta Drug Company Building
Clardy-Lee House
Ray Winder Field
W.G. Hall-Anthony Building
St. Bartholomew's Community Hall
Haven United Methodist Church
Gypsy Camp for Girls

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