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DC Preservation League Accepting Nominations for its Annual List of Most Endangered Places in Washington for 2011
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Contributed By: DC Preservation League
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Website: http://www.dcpreservation.org/endangered_2011.html

The DC Preservation League is accepting nominations for its annual list of Most Endangered Places in Washington for 2011. Nomination form must be postmarked no later than Friday, February 21, 2011. Selections will be announced in May 2011.

Online Nomination Form: https://dcpres.wufoo.com/forms/most-endangered-places-nomination-form.

Printable Nomination Form: http://www.dcpreservation.org/endangered_2011.html.

Beginning in 1996, the DC Preservation League has announced annually a list of Most Endangered Places to draw attention to Washington, DC’s, historically, culturally and architecturally significant places that may be threatened with ill-advised alteration or demolition through neglect or abandonment. DCPL solicits nominations for its annual list from individuals and organizations throughout the city. DCPL’s education and landmarks committees evaluate the nominations and advise the Board of Trustees on their final selections. In many cases, a task force is created to raise awareness and develop possible preservation solutions for the endangered resource.


Keywords: DC Preservation League, endangered history, nominations, Most Endangered Places, Washington DC

Posted: December 14, 2010
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