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San Buenaventura Conservancy

P.O Box 23263

Ventura, CA 93002

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"Historic Preservation is about managing change, not preventing it."
Linda Dishman, L.A. Conservancy, quoted from L.A. Times, 07.10.10

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Most Endangered -

These are high-priority SBC action items in no particular order. The SBC has not taken a formal position on all of these, but these properties are on our group radar - and we're watching!


National Trust Most Endangered Places Nationwide
V C Reporter article on the Most Endangered 2008

E.P. Foster House, 2717 Ventura Avenue - LOST IN FIRE SUMMER 2010

Mission Aqueduct exposed and underground sections from Downtown all the way to Canada Larga
Shisholop Chumash Village Site, End of Figueroa, Downtown Ventura
Wagon Wheel Motel, 101 freeway Oxnard
Frank Petit Ranch Complex, near Channel Islands and Rose Avenue, Oxnard
St Mary's Pioneer Cemetery (AKA Cemetery Memorial Park) 1700 block E. Main Street, Ventura
The Day House on Telephone at Kimball, East Ventura
Avenue School, 2700 Block Ventura Avenue
Top Hat Burger Palace, 200 Block Main Street, Downtown Ventura
Nash Motor Sales Building (Old Truebloods), 200 Block Main Street, Downtown Ventura
Ventura Theater, Chestnut Street, Ventura