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Most-Endangered List Announcement Set for May 4

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program - Monday, April 23, 2018

Preserve Arkansas will hold a press conference to announce its 2018 list of Arkansas’s Most Endangered Historic Places at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 4, at Curran Hall at 615 East Capitol Avenue in Little Rock.

Each May during Arkansas Heritage Month and National Preservation Month, Preserve Arkansas announces a list of historic properties threatened by deterioration, neglect, insufficient resources, insensitive public policy, or inappropriate development. The Most Endangered Places list includes properties from all over Arkansas and helps to raise awareness of their significance and the need for preservation. The goal of the list is that inclusion will generate interest, discussions, and proposals on how to save these important resources.

The announcement of this year's list will take place at Curran Hall at 615 East Capitol Avenue in Little Rock. Curran Hall was rescued from demolition in 1996 and rehabilitated to become the Little Rock Visitor Information Center, managed by the Quapaw Quarter Association.



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