Betsy Stout is chairwoman of the Endangered Nine, nine historically significant New Orleans properties the Louisiana Landmarks Society has identified as in peril. As Betsy points out, not all the properties have architectural significance; however, their value extends beyond architecture. Some of these irreplaceable properties have cultural meaning. For example, Professor Longhair’s family home is in need of much repair, and Mid-City is in danger of losing entire acres of New Orleans neighborhoods to the New Orleans Medical District development. LISTEN NOW!
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