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Got a favorite old Hawaii building or landmark that’s in danger of disappearing? The Historic Hawaii Foundation wants to know about it. The nonprofit is accepting nominations for its 2010 list of Hawaii’s Most Endangered Historic Sites. Sites that have been included on previous lists include the Natatorium, and the Queen’s Theater. The deadline for entries is July 23; visit historichawaii.org to submit a nomination. To find out if your site makes the cut, check out the November issue of HONOLULU Magazine.

 

 

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