2014 Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties
Submit your nomination(s) by April 30, 2014
The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation (AAHP) is accepting nominations for Alaska's Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties for 2014. The list of properties is announced each May, in conjunction with National Historic Preservation Week.
This program is intended to bring public awareness of Alaska's threatened historic properties. Heightened awareness often leads to increased support for the conservation of endangered historic properties, which are assets important to tourism, economic development, and the cultural heritage of Alaska. AAHP has been identifying the Most Endangered Historic Properties annually since 1991.
The Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties program calls attention to threatened properties that define our great state, the people that live here and the identify that we share. The nominations for this program are submitted by individuals and organizations living throughout Alaska.
To nominate a property for the 2014 list please download a nomination form just below. To have a nomination form mailed to you or for more information on this AAHP program, please e-mail (email@example.com) or call (907-929-9870).
Ten Most Endangered Historic Properties - 2013
Kake Cannery (Kake) *
Yates Memorial Hospital (Ketchikan) *
Historic Bering Hill Chapel (Adak) *
Ascension of Our Lord Chapel (Karluk) *
Ladd Field National Historic Landmark (Fairbanks) *
Pioneers of Alaska Igloo No. 19 (Cordova) *
Saint Michael’s Cathedral (Sitka) *
Berg-Brown Cabin (Anchorage) (Sadly, this property was demolished without notice in October 2013)
Fourth Avenue Theatre (Anchorage) *
Historic Canneries (Statewide)
* Listed on/eligible for the National Register of Historic Places
Please consider donating to the AAHP Ten Most Grant Program for 2014. The properties on each year's list are eligible to apply for seed money grants to help their preservation efforts. Grant application forms will be available here in June 2014.
The Ascension of Our Lord Chapel (Karluk) was on the 2013 list and was awarded the 2013 AAHP Endangered Properties Preservation Grant for stabilization work. These grants are awarded on a matching basis and are intended to act as seed money to leverage funding from other sources. The grants are made possible through the generous donations to the Grant Program from private individuals and organizations which support these preservation efforts.