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2023 Landmarks Illinois Most Endangered Historic Places in Illinois Presentation
May 4 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Pictured above: 2022 Most Endangered site, the Eugene S. Pike House in Chicago. The Forest Preserve District of Cook County, which owns the former “Watchman’s Residence,” has released a Request for Qualifications for the reuse of the historic property.
Join Landmarks Illinois for a public presentation of the 2023 Most Endangered Historic Places in Illinois.
Bonnie McDonald, Landmarks Illinois President & CEO, will lead a virtual press conference on this year’s top threatened historic and/or culturally significant sites across the state. Members of the public and press will also have the opportunity to ask questions.
Thursday, May 4
Free to attend.
Registration required – Click here to register.
Guests will receive a custom Zoom link to join the webinar.
ABOUT THE ‘MOST ENDANGERED’ PROGRAM
The annual Most Endangered Historic Places in Illinois brings attention to historically and culturally significant places in Illinois threatened by deterioration, lack of maintenance, insufficient funds or inappropriate development. The advocacy program, which began in 1995, helps bolster local advocacy efforts and builds support for the endangered sites’ eventual preservation. Learn more about the program.