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Places: We need your help.

Give us your aging, your threatened, your forgotten buildings.



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photo: Rae Huo
In November, HONOLULU Magazine will once again publish a list of Hawai‘i’s Most Endangered Places—those buildings, estates and sites most in need of saving in 2007.

The list is compiled by the Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, in cooperation with the State Historic Preservation Division, and right now the organizations are looking for nominations from the public.

If you know of an important building, monument or even a landscape that’s in danger of disappearing, for whatever reason, here’s your chance to get the word out. Submission forms are available at www.historichawaii.org, and Historic Hawai‘i Foundation will be accepting nominations through July 27. Historic Hawai‘i Foundation, 680 ‘Iwilei Road, Suite 690, 523-2900.

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