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“Ten Most” List Announced
Press Conference at State Capitol
 

Landmarks Illinois announced its list of the 2012 “Ten Most Endangered Historic Places in Illinois” at a press conference on April 24, 2012 at the State Capitol in Springfield. Interim Executive Director Jean Follett introduced each of the threatened sites, along with a representative from each community on the list.

 

Media

 

School construction funding change sought
GLT-Radio
April 25, 2012

El Paso-Gridley High School on state's top Most Endangered Historic Places list
Central Illinois Proud (Peoria-Pekin)
April 25, 2012

Former West Side hotel, modernist gem in Lake County among state's 'most endangered' buildings
Lee Bey WBEZ (Chicago)
April 24, 2012

Freeport City Hall makes endangered list
WREX-TV (Rockford)
April 24, 2012

Illinois’ Ten Most Endangered sites
WTAX-Radio (Springfield)

Springfield school among Illinois’ endangered landmarks
WUIS-Radio (Springfield)

Bruch-Guertler House in Alton, Illinois added to list of endangered historic places
KSDK-TV (Alton)
April 24, 2012
 

 

 

 
       

 

 

 

 

 

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