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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Historic Preservation Alliance's 2013 list of endangered structures

Posted By on Thu, May 23, 2013 at 2:12 PM


It's time for the Historic Preservation Alliance's annual list of historic structures in danger of being lost.

This year's list:

* Hantz & Durst Houses, 1950 & 1951, 855 & 857 Fairview St., Fayetteville, Washington County

* Ferguson House, 1861, 416 North 3th Street, Augusta, Woodruff County

* Frith-Plunkett House, c. 1858, 801 Main Street, Des Arc, Prairie County

* Park Hill Elementary School, 1924, 2700 N. Poplar St., 3801 JFK Boulevard, North Little Rock, Pulaski County

* Roundtop Filling Station (Happy's Service Station), 1936, Old Highway 67, Sherwood, Pulaski Co.

* St. Joseph's Home, 1910, 6800 Camp Robinson Rd., North Little Rock, Pulaski County

* Wynne Opera House, c. 1900, 218 S. Front Street, Wynne, Cross County

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