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Conservation league to release ‘architecutre at risk’ list next week

The Second Church of Christ Science in Kessler Park was on last year's list. Photo courtesy of the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League will release its second-annual Oak Cliff Architecture at Risk list at an ice-cream social, 7 p.m. Monday June 13 at Turner House.

The list is modeled after a similar list that Preservation Dallas makes every year to spotlight architecturally significant old buildings in danger of being lost.

The meeting is open, and it’s free for members and $10 otherwise. Ice cream and liqueur will be served.

By |2011-06-07T11:37:32-05:00June 7th, 2011|Events, Home and Garden, News, Oak Cliff History, Residential Real Estate|Comments Off on Conservation league to release ‘architecutre at risk’ list next week

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