Properties in communities struck by Massachusetts tornadoes named to state list of ‘most endangered’ historic resources
By Peter Goonan|Springfield Republican|October 4, 2011
Multiple private and public properties in Springfield, Brimfield, Wilbraham and Monson that were damaged in the June 1 tornadoes have been named to a statewide list of the “most endangered” historic resources in Massachusetts.
Preservation Massachusetts, a statewide historic preservation organization, recently announced its “most endangered” list for 2011, which include Springfield sites such as the Howard Street Armory, the Howard Street School, the former MacDuffie School Campus and the Six Corners neighborhood.
The list also includes downtown Monson and the Monson Town Office building, the Springfield Boys Club Camp in Brimfield, and the Adams Cemetery in Wilbraham.
Preservation Massachusetts has been compiling its annual “most endangered” list for 18 years but decided to focus its attention this year…
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