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The Historic Preservation Alliance will hold a press conference today at 2:30 p.m. in the state Capitol Rotunda to announce the 2009 list of "Six to Save: Arkansas’s Endangered Historic Places." This year's list includes downtown Little Rock's business districts along Main Street, where several buildings were demolished earlier this year.

Also on the list:

The Bell-Robinson-Triplett Mansion in Pine Bluff, built in 1852, damaged in a fire in March; the E.P. McGhee Infirmary in Lake Village; the Faulkner County Courthouse, Conway; and the Old First Baptist Church in Arkadelphia.

 

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