Denver Mid Century ALERT: tear down warning!

According to Shannon Stanbro,

Denver is in immediate danger of losing two Victor Hornbein/ Ed White Usonian buildings. No matter where you live, please email City Council this afternoon and tell them why Preservation Matters! Tomorrow will be too late…

Contact the Denver City council!

More information on the buildings that are involved can be found in a Westword article here!

Please pass the word too! Share this wherever you can today!  Email even if you’re not in Denver – we have a responsibility to Mid-Century buildings everywhere!

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