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Announcing the 2020 Florida's 11 to Save

One of this year's 11 to Save properties, the S.H. Johnson X-Ray Clinic reflects the reality of segregated life in Miami during the early decades of the 20th century.
S.H. Johnson X-Ray Clinic Miami

Today, the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation announced the 2020 Florida’s 11 to Save, a list of the most threatened historic properties in the state, at the virtual Preservation on Main Street Conference in collaboration with Florida Main Street.

This year’s list represents endangered historic resources in Duval, Escambia, Lake, Manatee, Miami-Dade, Orange, Osceola and Sarasota counties, covering hundreds of years of history and a variety of cultural resources.

“Each year, we receive more and more nominations from people around the state for the 11 to Save program,” said Florida Trust for Historic Preservation Board President Friederike Mittner. “This year’s list does a good job serving our goal to have the list reflect historic places that resonate with the people of Florida, to learn from and share the stories of these special places – and work with communities to make sure they are still here in years to come.”

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