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Thank You for Your Support! 

Thank you to all that have supported our End-of-Year Donation Campaign to date! Your donations and memberships enable LTHP to continue to advocate for endangered historic sites and provide educational opportunites to all 64 parishes across Louisiana.  You can still support this campaign by donating here or joining as an annual member (monthly payments also available).  

The Board and Staff of the Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation would like to wish you a safe and happy new year! We look forward to partnering with you to help save historic places in your community in 2021! 

Featured above is our "Historic for the Holidays" Photo Contest Winner, the circa 1904 Frank James/Jani King Building of Ponchatula, Tangipahoa Parish. 

Featured Property in Opelousas

This historic home needs some TLC to shine new in the new year! The former Judge Dupre house is listed just at $15,000 and just two blocks from courthouse square.  Learn more about this property here.  This property is also located within a Louisiana Cultural District and an Opporuntiy Zone, enabling finanical incentives for rehabilitation.  

If you have or know of a property that should be featured in this newsletter and on our website, upload your listings here for free!

Latest Educational Videos

Our ongoing educational video series continues to grow! Click below to see featured videos from recent weeks.  If you are interested in highlighting a preservation topic, telling a unique site or community story, or insight about a preservaiton career field, complete this proposal survey (a small stipend is available). 

Interested in sponsoring or advertising your company in an upcoming video??  Check out our new 2021 Sponsorship Package to learn more. 

Most Endangered Places Update

Two of the Lousiana's Most Endnagered Places are in the process of rehabilitation! The Lousiana History Museum in Alexandria is working to purchase and renovate the Shiloh Baptist Church.  Check out this recent article or donate to the cause here

Alto Presbyterian Church in Richland Parish has removed and stored the original flooring while the foundation and other structural elements are being repaired. Years of water damage left most of the wood foundation sitting on the soil.  Your donations will put the original wood floor back in place once the repairs are made, so the building may be used again. 

Do you know of a historic place that need some love and attention?! Learn more about the Most Endangered Places and nominate your site for the 2021 Most Endangered Places today!

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