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2014 Ten Most Endangered Historic Places in Illinois

 

   
         
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Camp Algonquin Dormitory No. 1 and Dining Hall
1889 Cary-Algonquin Road, Unincorporated
(McHenry County)
Historic undated photo, (left to right) Dormitory No. 1 and Dining Hall
Photo credit: Courtesy of McHenry County Historical Society
  Camp Algonquin
Tribune Dormitory No. 2

1889 Cary-Algonquin Road, Unincorporated
Tribune Dormitory No. 2
(McHenry County)
Photo credit: Lisa DiChiera, Landmarks Illinois
  Central Manufacturing District
Primarily located along Ashland Avenue and Pershing Road, Chicago
(Cook County)
3711 and 3737 S. Ashland Avenue, Chicago
Photo credit: Lisa DiChiera, Landmarks Illinois
         
   
         
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  Hamilton School Otterville.jpg
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Halsted and Willow Gateway
1732 & 1800 N. Halsted, Chicago
(Cook County)
Photo credit: Bob Segal
  Hamilton Primary School 
 107 E. Main Street, Otterville
(Jersey County)
Photo credit:
Frank Butterfield, Landmarks Illinois
  Hotel Belleville   
16 S. Illinois Street, Belleville
(St. Clair County)
Photo credit:
Frank Butterfield, Landmarks Illinois
         
   
         
McAuley Schoolhouse West Chicago.jpg
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  Old Millstadt Water Tower Millstadt.jpg
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  Robertson Building Virginia.jpg
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McAuley Schoolhouse 
1820 W. Roosevelt Road, West Chicago
(DuPage County)
Photo credit: Lisa DiChiera, Landmarks Illinois
  Old Millstadt Water Tower
Corner of Madison and Breese Streets, Millstadt
(St. Clair County)
Photo credit:
Frank Butterfield, Landmarks Illinois
  Robertson Building
118 Beardstown St., Virginia (Cass County)
Photo credit:
Frank Butterfield, Landmarks Illinois
         
   
         
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  U.S. Marine Hospital Galena.jpg
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Uptown Theatre
4816 N. Broadway Chicago, (Cook County)
Photo credit:
Bob Nick, Friends of the Uptown Theatre
  U.S. Marine Hospital   
1304 Park Avenue, Galena
(Jo Daviess County)
Photo credit:
Kelly Naus
  Federal Historic Tax Credit Program 
Statewide
Opera House, 24027 W. Lockport, Plainfield
Photo credit: Courtesy of Illinois Historic Preservation Agency
           
       
         
FHTC Randolph Tower Chicago.jpg
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Federal Historic Tax Credit Program
Statewide
Randolph Tower, 188 W. Randolph Street, Chicago
Photo credit:
Leslie Schwartz Photography
       
           


 

State Historic Tax Credit Bill

 

       
         
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 Planned Rehabilitation
Prairie (Peacock) Brewhouse, Rockford

Photo credit: Courtesy of Gary Anderson Architects
       

 


 

2013 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards

 

   
         
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  kaskaskia_cahokia_trail.jpg
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Rehabilitation
Harper Theater, Chicago
Photo credit:
UC staff/Mary Plasman
  Education
Kaskaskia-Cahokia Trail, Columbia
Photo credit: Courtesy of Dennis Patton
  Restoration
Livingston County Courthouse, Pontiac
Photo credit: Mariusz Mizera Photography
 
         
   
         
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Rehabilitation
Pomeroy Apartments, Chicago
Photo credit: Courtesy of Pappageorge Haymes Partners
  Advocacy
Pure Oil Building, Geneva Photo credit: Carolyn Andrews
 
  Rehabilitation
Randolph Tower, Chicago
Project of the Year
Photo credit: Leslie Schwartz Photography
         
   
         
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  washington_square.jpg
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  wildey_theatre.jpg
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Adaptive Use
Walgreens Drug Store, Chicago
Photo credit: Jamie Padgett
  Rehabilitation
Washington Square Apartments, Moline
Photo credit: Frank Butterfield
  Rehabilitation
Wildey Theatre, Edwardsville
President’s Award
Photo credit: Anthony Rubano
         


 

Prentice Women’s Hospital Reuse Study

 

     
         
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Prentice Women’s Hospital
 333 E. Superior St., Chicago (Cook County)
Photo credit: Landmarks Illinois
  Prentice Women’s Hospital
 333 E. Superior St., Chicago (Cook County)
Photo credit: Landmarks Illinois
   

 


 

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