Preservation in the News — July 2020
We know not everyone is on social media where we frequently share news stories so starting this month, we’ll be posting the same links here to our website!
Enjoy the beauty of historic buildings at your own pace in a socially distanced walking tour of Downtown Chillicothe! Historic Downtown Walking Tour in Chillicothe Includes 23 Buildings
Historic Mill Site Park Preparing for Moscow Mills’ Bicentennial
July 7 (archived post pulled from June 9, 1994)
Home Town Preservationist: Jeannine Schuenemeyer and her love for Scott County History
Carolee Hazlet, Historic Preservation Commission member and Missouri Preservation board member, advocates for preservation of the former Moberly Junior High School building.
City Takes Over Old Moberly Junior High Building
Stir crazy during the pandemic? How about a lovely drive? When it comes to history and local travel, our board member James Baughn with the Southeast Missourian always delivers! Photo of Old Appleton Bridge by James Baughn
Guided History Walking Tours Offered by Missouri Historical Society in St. Louis
Missouri Film Office Seeks Rural Areas for Film Shoots
Missouri State Parks Announces 2021 Round for Historic Preservation Fund Grants
Historic Theater Building in Missouri Collapses After Storms
Upcoming Downtown Organization to Focus on Revitalization in St. Joseph!
State Plans to Transfer Dr. Benjamin Shaw House, Green Tree Tavern and Felix Valle House to National Park Service
Green Tree Tavern photo by Bill Hart
Coming: Restoration of the Historic Concourse Colonnade in Kansas City
Colonnade Restoration on the Horizon
Photo from Kansas City Parks
Congress Passes Great American Outdoors Act, Move’s to Trump’s Desk. Headed to the President’s desk, the Great American Outdoors Act would benefit natural resources, national parks and historic sites.
Project Moves Forward. Commemorating the Plank Road, which connected Ste. Genevieve, Missouri’s oldest non-native city, with the mineral area.
Miller County Bridge Approved for Nomination to National Register of Historic Places
10 Ways to Research Your Home’s History with the National Trust