2017 Most Endangered Places

2017 Most Endangered Places

The Washington Trust announced the 2017 list of Most Endangered Places in Washington State on May 20, 2017 during our annual fundraiser, Vintage Washington, held at the St. Edward State Park Seminary Building in Kenmore. 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of our Most Endangered Places program. Throughout the years, the Washington Trust’s basic commitment to advocate for preservation of historic and cultural resources has been unwavering – we remain your “Voice for Preservation in Washington State.” Our Most Endangered list perhaps best exemplifies this commitment.

For more information about each Most Endangered Place, see their individual profile pages:

Beverly Bridge • Beverly

Cascade Workers’ Cottages • Seattle

Parlor Car 1799 • Whidbey Island

Valley Schoolhouse • Valley

Scottish Rite Cathedral • Tacoma

Weyerhaeuser Corporate Campus • Federal Way