Preserving the places where Oklahoma history lives
Preservation Oklahoma unveiled the 2017 list of Oklahoma’s Most Endangered Historic Places on April 17 during a reception at the Henry Overholser Mansion, home of Preservation Oklahoma offices. Locations were selected by a group of preservation professionals from nominations solicited from the public.
For more than 24 years, Preservation Oklahoma’s list of Oklahoma Most Endangered Historic Places has become a deep-rooted staple in advocating for historic sites. Whether abandoned, nearly dilapidated or part of the urban core, the buildings and structures included on the annual list reflect the history of Oklahoma by acknowledging the citizens who crafted the walls and inhabited the room of these often-forgotten places.
For more information on the list, please click here.
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Endangered Places Traveling Exhibit Available
A traveling exhibit of the 2017 list of Oklahoma’s Most Endangered Places is available for display. Hosting the exhibit is free of charge thanks to the generous support of the Kirkpatrick Foundation and the Cherokee Nation. The exhibit will be delivered, set up, and picked up. All you have to provide is the space! For more information, please contact Cayla Lewis at 405-525-5325 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 List of Oklahoma's Most Endangered Places