Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties - 2014
Every year AAHP accepts nominations from members and the general public for endangered historic properties around the state. From these nominations AAHP selects Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties. As you can see from the photos above these properties are quite varied. The owners of these properties are eligible to apply for AAHP's Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties Grants. Although small, these grants serve as seed money to leverage funding from other sources. The size of these donations depends greatly on donations to the grant fund. You can help save these buildings by donating to the fund and getting involved. To make a tax deductible contribution to the Ten Most Endangered fund please select the "Donate" button below. To get involved go to the "Membership" page and become a member.
Oscar Anderson House Museum Closed for the season. Watch for more information about when the Museum will be open the first two weekends of December 2014 for Swedish-themed Holiday Celebration and tours.
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