2014 List of Oklahoma's Most Endangered Historic Places
Preservation Oklahoma, Inc. (POK) announced the 2014 list of Oklahoma’s Most Endangered Historic Places at Circle Cinema on Tuesday, April 8. “The Endangered Historic Places List is an effort to raise awareness about historic sites and preservation issues, but has also been a powerful mechanism for saving significant buildings,” says Executive Director David Pettyjohn. “We hope that sites on this year’s list will benefit from the attention garnered, and that Oklahomans will benefit from learning about the diverse pieces of our state’s history represented.”
This year’s list includes several historic homes, prehistoric rock art, and the longest deck truss bridge in Oklahoma. This list was selected by a group of preservation professionals from nominations submitted by the public. For a video highlighting the 2014 list, please click here.
The 2014 Endangered Places program can be downloaded here. The official press release can be downloaded here.
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