The fifth-annual list of the most endangered historic buildings, neighborhoods and places will be announced 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Women’s Museum at Fair Park. Preservation Dallas took nominations from the public to come up with the list, which in years past has included a heavy dose of Oak Cliff properties, including Adamson High School and the surrounding area and the Tenth Street Historic District.

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League recently made its own list of endangered historical sites in Oak Cliff.

We will be sure to report the Preservation Dallas list here on the Back Talk blog as soon as it is released.