What are New Orleans Most Endangered Sites? - Susan Langenhennig, NOLA.com

Thursday, May 28, 2015

A 19th century power station designed by famed architect Thomas Sully, a strategic fort that saw action in the Civil War, and the New Orleans riverfront, from Holy Cross to the Lower Garden District, have made it on the Louisiana Landmarks Society's annual list of the most endangered historic sites in New Orleans.

The society unveiled its 10th New Orleans Nine list on Thursday morning at the Pitot House on Bayou St. John. Also on the list were three mid-19th century houses as well as the Touro Shakspeare Home, a municipal almshouse built in 1933 in Algiers, and the S. W. Green Mansion, a Craftsman-style residence built in 1928...,

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