Auburn House Makes "Peril" List

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WXTX) - A historic house in Auburn makes the annual list of Alabama's most endangered places.

The Ogletree-Wright-Ivy House, along with a theater, a slave cemetery and a depot have made the annual list compiled by the Alabama Historical Commission and the Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation.

The annual "Places in Peril" list includes the Lyric Theater and Office Building in Birmingham, the Wadley Depot, the Prewitt Plantation Slave Cemetery near Northport, the Grove Court Apartments in Montgomery, and the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church and Community Day School in Hamburg.

It also includes the Allen and Jemison Building in Tuscaloosa, the historic schools of Birmingham, the Uniontown Historic District and the town of Hobson City.