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Traveling exhibit showcases Wilmington's Most Threatened Historic Places

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The 2013-2014 traveling exhibit includes sites such as the Rosenwald Schools in Pender County and the Dubois-Boatwright House on South Third Street. (Source: Historic Wilmington Foundation) The 2013-2014 traveling exhibit includes sites such as the Rosenwald Schools in Pender County and the Dubois-Boatwright House on South Third Street. (Source: Historic Wilmington Foundation)

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – Learn more about the Historic Wilmington Foundation's 2013-2014 Most Threatened Historic Places this month inside UNCW's Randall Library.

An exhibit is on display through March 14 that illustrates the importance of historic preservation within the community.

The piece highlights the region's historic buildings and structures that are most vulnerable to demolition, deterioration, or neglect.

The 2013-2014 traveling exhibit includes sites such as the Rosenwald Schools in Pender County and the Dubois-Boatwright House on South Third Street.

After leaving Randall library the exhibit will continue on to its last stop, the New Hanover County Library's Myrtle Grove Branch where it will be on view from March 17 through April 4.

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