Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Missouri Preservation Selects Mullanphy for State’s 2008 Most Endangered List

Missouri Preservation today announced their 2008 list of Most Endangered Historic Places in the State of Missouri. For the second year in a row, the Mullanphy Emigrant Home is on their list and will benefit from the attention and support generated by inclusion on this highly competitive list. More information on why Missouri Preservation selected the Mullanphy building and to learn more about the other sites on this year’s list, visit Missouri Preservation’s website at
Above: Missouri Preservation Board President Jeff Brambilla announcing the inclusion of the Mullanphy building on their 2008 List of Most Endangered Historic Places in the State of Missouri.

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