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Community History: Northeast Texas Endangered Historic Sites

14 for 2014

A list of the 14 most endangered historic sites in Northeast Texas, compiled by the History Graduate Student Association at the University of Texas at Tyler.

Honorable mention:

   Hotel Grim (Texarkana, Arkansas)

14.  Fredonia Hotel (Nacogdoches)

13.  Bergfeld Center Signs (Tyler)

12.  Franks House, formerly the Franks Antique Doll Museum (Marshall)

11.  Golden Black Cemetery / Cemetery Cardwell (Golden)

10.  Clay House, Mt. Zion Neighborhood (Nacogdoches)*

9.  Hotel McCartney (Texarkana)

8.  J. N. Campbell House (Longview)***

7.  Lewis Railroad Hotel (San Augustine)**

6.  T&P Railroad Hospital (Marshall)

5.  Union Missionary Baptist Church (Jefferson)**

4.  Mary Allen Seminary (Crockett)*

3.  Jefferson Ordinance Magazine (Jefferson)*

2.  Rio Palm Isle (Longview)

1.  Paramount Theatre (Marshall)

* Preservation Texas 2014 Most Endangered Places List

** Preservation Texas 2012 Most Endangered Places List

*** Preservation Texas 2009 Most Endangered Places List

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