LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Preserve Arkansas has released its annual list of the most endangered places in Arkansas.

The list released Thursday identifies seven locations that the group says faces threats that include deterioration, neglect, insufficient funds and inappropriate development.

The seven are Goodwin Field airport terminal in El Dorado; the National Guard Armory in Clarksville; Union Chapel Community Center in Springfield; Sweet Home Chapel near Mount Ida; the Slack/Comstock/Marshall House in Uniontown; the Warren & Ouachita Depot in Warren; and the Ray House in Little Rock.

Preserve Arkansas began the endangered places program in 1999 to raise awareness of Arkansas’ historic properties.

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